Category Archives: Kamenetz

Councilman Marks’ Blog

My “No” Vote on the Towson Row Financing Package

Greenberg Gibbons is the right developer to complete Towson Row—and when the project is finished, it will have a transformational impact on Downtown Towson. I believe some form of a financial assistance package is appropriate to jumpstart this project, although … Continue reading

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Loch Raven Library Restored to Full Service

I was very happy to join other elected officials and community leaders at the recent announcement that all Baltimore County public libraries will now have Sunday hours.   Every branch in Baltimore County will now be open on Sunday afternoons from … Continue reading

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The County Executive’s Budget Proposal

On Thursday, April 12, the County Executive presented his Fiscal Year 2013 budget proposal to the County Council. The Council will now spend the next month pouring over details of the budget plan. Over the past two years, I have … Continue reading

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Honeygo Park Picked for New Dog Park

I am very happy to announce approval from the Baltimore County Department of Recreation and Parks for a dog park at Honeygo Run Regional Park in Perry Hall. The dog park will be located on the eastern edge of Honeygo Park, at … Continue reading

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The Mays Chapel Elementary School Site

I provided the following as a response to a request from the Forge Flyer: I support the Mays Chapel site for a new elementary school, and I have communicated that to County Executive Kevin Kamenetz, Superintendent Joe Hairston, and my … Continue reading

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Movies Returning to Downtown Towson

I was very happy to join the County Executive and other civic and business leaders at today’s announcement that Cinemark has agreed to operate the movie theatres at Towson Circle III.  Cinemark is one of the nation’s premier theatre companies.  Locally, Cinemark operates the theatres at Arundel … Continue reading

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