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Catonsville developer Steve Whalen denounces community objections to his recent PUD, claiming people want to violate his property rights. This project, however, is just another example where elected officials increase developers' property values and...
Paul Dongarra's at it again, pontificating on the evil influence of developers, especially yours truly, corrupting our system ("Campaign contributions pay off for developers," Catonsville Times, March 7). News flash! Developers make contributions to...
Members of the Lansdowne-Baltimore Highlands Senior Center would prefer the Baltimore County decision to cut the center's hours of operation by 15 hours a week starting April 1 was a joke. But it is not. Starting next month, the center on Third Avenue...
Tags: Dundalk, Kevin Kamenetz
Transgender people would be protected from discrimination in Baltimore County under a measure approved by the County Council Tuesday, making the county the fourth local government in Maryland to adopt such protections. Council members did not add a...
Jenna Fischetti picks a seat at a Baltimore County Starbucks where she can see who's coming and going. As a transgender woman, the 47-year-old is always on guard. "My head's on the swivel," said Fischetti, a freckled brunette. When she slips into a...
Tags: Abusive Behavior, Kenneth N. Oliver, Laws, David Marks, YouTube
Every time Arbutus Middle School Principal Michelle Feeney visits Arbutus Library, she sees one of her 734 sixth-, seventh- and eighth-grade students, she said. A little more than a half mile separates the school on Shelbourne Road from Arbutus Library,...
Tuesday night, the Baltimore County Council has a chance to send a powerful message about equality and fairness to all Marylanders when it votes on a bill to extend the county's anti-discrimination laws to cover transgender people. In the county where...
Tags: Abusive Behavior, Gays and Lesbians, Catonsville, YouTube, Laws
The Baltimore County Council is poised make it easier to get information about plans filed under a real estate development method that has been criticized as too easy on builders and too hard on residents trying to keep track of what's going on in their...
Tags: Pikesville, Kenneth N. Oliver, Randallstown, Catonsville, Judges
More than a dozen people gathered in Catonsville by 9 a.m. on a brisk President's Day morning outside the Frederick Road office of Councilman Tom Quirk to protest a proposed bill designed to protect transgendered people from discrimination. Many...
After hearing hours of testimony on a bill to ban discrimination against transgender people, Baltimore County Council members said Tuesday they would consider exempting public restrooms and locker rooms from the measure. Restrooms have emerged as a hot-...
The city of Baltimore will donate 11 acres in Catonsville to Baltimore County to preserve for recreational and open space, under an agreement approved Tuesday. Baltimore County Council members unanimously signed off on accepting the $110,000 property,...
Tags: Catonsville, Baltimore County
Though he took office a year ago, it feels like yesterday for Councilman Tom Quirk. With a hectic schedule like he had last month, it's no wonder the first-term Democrat feels time has flown by as he represents District 1, which includes Arbutus,...
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