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  • Officials, residents hope Walmart draws new businesses to Randallstown

    Officials, residents hope Walmart draws new businesses to Randallstown
    A Walmart Supercenter is scheduled to open Oct. 17 on Liberty Road in Randallstown, and Baltimore County officials hope it will give a boost to a corridor targeted for revitalization. County officials and community leaders expect that the store at...
  • Not buying Councilman Quirk's actions during CZMP

    Let me start by saying that 1st District Councilperson Tom Quirk has made some good decisions in this CZMP. Most are issues that Rebecca and I endorsed throughout the process. I find it misleading for him, however, to be making statements that he down-...
  • Baltimore County school air conditioning by district

     When he delivered his budget proposal last week, Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz announced that his plan would include money for air conditioning at a dozen schools.  The County Auditor’s office has prepared a chart for the County...
  • Councilman Huff withdraws bill that sought BYOB licenses

    Councilman Huff withdraws bill that sought BYOB licenses
    Third District County Councilman Todd Huff said this week he has pulled a County Council bill that would have required establishments that have a bring-your-own-bottle policy for customers to purchase a license from the county. But he said he's still...
  • Bevins: County pension deal 'sounds like double dipping'

    Baltimore County Council members are privately discussing the lucrative pension deals of County Executive Kevin Kamenetz and former councilmen Sam Moxley and Vince Gardina. A Sun editorial published this Sunday highlighted the men’s retirement...
  • Do politicians who take gifts from developers really think they are doing nothing wrong?

    Why do politicians continue to take money and favors from developers and others? ("Kamenetz, council members got tickets from developers," May 2). Don't they realize how this looks and that favors are expected in return? One of the attorneys who...
  • Balto. Co. bill would require license for BYOB establishments

    Balto. Co. bill would require license for BYOB establishments
    Baltimore County businesses that let customers bring their own alcohol would need a "BYOB" license under legislation spurred by complaints about hookah lounges that are raucous late into the night. The bill, introduced Monday by Lutherville Republican...
  • Balto. Co. councilman Huff took football tickets from developer

    Balto. Co. councilman Huff took football tickets from developer
    Baltimore County Councilman Todd Huff says he accepted football tickets from a developer that were not reported on his annual financial disclosure form. The county's ethics law does not require elected officials to disclose whether they've accepted...
  • Editorial: BYOB bill has merit, but paints with too broad a brush

    A bill introduced in the County Council would open a new arena for regulation of alcoholic beverages in Baltimore County — BYOB businesses. The bill, while well-intentioned, may be more law than is necessary to solve the problems it is designed...
  • Owings Mills development fight takes on feel of campaign

    Owings Mills development fight takes on feel of campaign
    With residents being bombarded by fliers, robocalls, even a telephone opinion survey, the fight over the future of the former Solo Cup site in Baltimore County is taking on the trappings of a political campaign. As the debate continues about whether...
  • Metro Centre could avoid regulations under Balto. Co. bill

    Metro Centre could avoid regulations under Balto. Co. bill
    A Baltimore County councilman wants to free the site of a giant Owings Mills development from county rules governing parking, signage and building sizes — a proposal that some colleagues and neighbors say amounts to "a blank check" for the project's...
  • Council should oppose lifting Metro Centre project limits

    Your article about Councilman Ken Oliver proposing a bill to allow David S. Brown Company to bypass parking and building requirements for the Metro Centre project in Owings Mills is nothing more than an attempt by Mr. Brown to circumvent the zoning...