Category Archives: police

Councilman Marks’ Blog

Steps to Improve Neighborhood Safety

Over the past few weeks, the Baltimore County Police Department has responded to numerous incidents in communities from Towson to Perry Hall. I wanted to thank the police for their hard work and professionalism – it is greatly appreciated. We … Continue reading

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Budget Proposal Addresses School Modernization and Construction

When I was elected to the Baltimore County Council in 2010, it was clear that school construction and modernization needed to be a top priority. Some of our schools were as much as 80 percent over capacity, and only a … Continue reading

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Proudly Endorsed by the Fraternal Order of Police

Last night, I was endorsed by the Baltimore County Fraternal Order of Police Lodge #4.   I am honored to receive the support of this organization, which has over 2,900 active and retired members. The Baltimore County Fraternal Order of Police … Continue reading

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Information About Saturday Night’s Incident in Downtown Towson

I have had numerous conversations with police, business owners and leaders regarding the incident in Downtown Towson on Saturday night. I have also communicated with Towson University’s President, Dr. Maravene Loeschke, even though the event seems not to be specifically … Continue reading

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