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Parents want school improvements; Kamenetz asks their help to kill unrelated tax break
Parents want school improvements; Kamenetz asks their help to kill unrelated tax break

Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz has adopted an unusual tactic in his fight to get a bill killed in the Maryland General Assembly this year. In a letter sent to dozens of parents at Dulaney High School and Pikesville High School, Kamenetz asks the parents to help him oppose state legislation that would cut county taxes for homeowners on the other side of the county. Kamenetz, a Democrat, suggests he won't be able to pay for projects the parents say the schools need if state lawmakers approve the tax break for residents who live near the Eastern Sanitary Landfill in White Marsh. "How can we add money to renovate Dulaney and Pikesville High Schools if some...

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