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Councilman Marks’ Blog

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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At Midterm, A Thank You to the Fifth District

Two years ago, the voters of the Fifth District entrusted me with the responsibility of representing them on the Baltimore County Council. I would like to thank my family, community leaders, business owners, and everyone who has contacted my office … Continue reading

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Win or Lose, Term Limits Bill Still Deserves Consideration

Last month, I introduced legislation that would allow Baltimore County voters to adopt a three-term limit for members of the County Council.  My Republican colleague Todd Huff is cosponsoring this legislation.  While I have had numerous conversations with my colleagues … Continue reading

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Term Limits for the Baltimore County Council

This month, I will introduce legislation to establish a three-term limit for County Councilmembers. Under the bill, no person could serve more than three consecutive terms on the Council.   This would require a change to the county charter approved by … Continue reading

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