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An east-side Baltimore County Council member expects the owners of a sprawling old warplane factory to seek rezoning of their property. A Towson lawyer will try for a third time for new zoning allowing a small office building. North county activists...
Thousands of Baltimore County residents have probably paid hundreds of dollars too much for their use of the city's public sewage system — and most are not even aware of it, county officials acknowledge. More than 200,000 county households get...
A bill from Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz that could have reduced some workers' pensions stalled in the County Council Monday after pressure from unions that complained the bill undermined labor rights. The 4-3 vote to table the legislation...
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...
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Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz and some County Council members accepted thousands of dollars' worth of tickets to sporting events from developers and others last year, a practice the county has continued to allow in violation of state ethics...
The head of a Baltimore County public employees union says workers are outraged over the lucrative pension deals of County Executive Kevin Kamenetz and former councilmen Sam Moxley and Vince Gardina. An amendment to a 2010 pension reform law allowed...
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...
Tags: Kevin Kamenetz, Kenneth N. Oliver
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...
The Baltimore County Board of Education reviewed a preliminary site plan for the Mays Chapel Elementary School at its Tuesday meeting, and also plans to use a "prototype" school design to expedite the construction process. Officials said use of the...
Tags: White Marsh, Timonium, Architecture
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...
The Baltimore County Council unanimously approved Thursday the spending plan proposed by County Executive Kevin Kamenetz for the coming fiscal year, a $1.65 billion operating budget that includes no furloughs, layoffs or tax increases. The lean budget,...
When David Boyd found 171 children's books in the trash behind Hereford Library last month, he asked Jim Fish, Baltimore County Public Library director, if he could pick up books destined to be destroyed. Boyd's wife, Cathy, who teaches at Essex...
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