Category Archives: charter review

Councilman Marks’ Blog

Why I am Seeking Reelection to the Baltimore County Council

I will be seeking reelection to the Baltimore County Council in 2018.  I look forward to continuing my record of bipartisan and independent leadership for the citizens of the Fifth District. While other governments are embroiled in partisanship and stalemate, … Continue reading

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Charter Review Commission Should Consider Term Limits, Budget Reforms

This spring, the Baltimore County Charter Review Commission will begin its work. The creation of the panel was required once Baltimore County voters approved Question A during the 2016 general election.  I was the principal sponsor of the legislation that … Continue reading

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County Council to Consider a Decennial Charter Review

I am the lead sponsor of legislation that would amend the Baltimore County Charter to create a decennial review process.  Should this bill pass the County Council and be approved by the voters in the 2016 election, a Charter Review … Continue reading

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