Category Archives: Herring Run

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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Grant Begins Work on Herring Run Improvements

This month, the Chesapeake Bay Trust announced it was awarding more than $115,000 to the Knollwood Association to develop improvements to the watershed in eastern Towson.  This is terrific news.  It is an outgrowth of the task force that our … Continue reading

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Improving Towson’s Herring Run Watershed

Last week, I announced the creation of a task force to recommend improvements to the Herring Run green space in eastern Towson. The task force will be headed by David Riley, president of the Knollwood Association, and include representatives from neighborhoods closest to … Continue reading

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