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Kevin Kamenetz

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  • State board approves loan to Greene Turtle

    State board approves loan to Greene Turtle
    The state Board of Public Works approved Wednesday a controversial loan to the owners of the Greene Turtle franchise in Towson over the objections of Comptroller Peter Franchot. Treasurer Nancy K. Kopp joined Gov. Martin O'Malley in voting in favor of...
  • With state help, Kamenetz seeks air conditioning for more schools

    With state help, Kamenetz seeks air conditioning for more schools
    Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz says he will ask the County Council for $17.2 million to fund air conditioning in five schools in Woodlawn, Middle River, Windsor Mill, Pikesville and Parkville. The state Board of Public Works on Wednesday...
  • Officials gather to break ground on Gough Park in Perry Hall

    Officials gather to break ground on Gough Park in Perry Hall
    Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz and other local officials gathered for a groundbreaking ceremony Tuesday for the new Gough Park in Perry Hall, marking start of construction of the park named for community founder Harry Dorsey Gough....
  • Groundbreaking held at Towson luxury apartments

    Groundbreaking held at Towson luxury apartments
    The developers of The Winthrop, one of two luxury apartment buildings planned for the 900 block of Dulaney Valley Road in Towson, said at a groundbreaking ceremony Tuesday that the first 295-unit building could be completed in 12 months. For a project...
  • Man receives hero award for saving Catonsville couple from burning home

    Man receives hero award for saving Catonsville couple from burning home
    On Sept. 25, Bruce Wood became a hero. Wood, a trash and recycling collector in Baltimore County, was awarded a Baltimore County Hero pin and a citation from County Executive Kevin Kamenetz Wednesday. The recognition resulted from his efforts to...
  • Baltimore Co. to build $5 million animal shelter

    Baltimore Co. to build $5 million animal shelter
    Baltimore County will build a $5 million animal shelter to replace its aging facility in Baldwin as part of a plan to improve services for pets, officials announced Monday. The county also will begin offering spay and neuter services at the current...
  • Baltimore County's economic development chief resigns

    Baltimore County's economic development chief resigns
    Baltimore County's head of economic development has resigned, county officials confirmed Tuesday. Daniel C. Gundersen turned in his resignation Monday and did not specify a reason, spokeswoman Ellen Kobler said. Gundersen had been on leave for about a...
  • Contract for old Carver Center demolition to be presented in July

    Contract for old Carver Center demolition to be presented in July
    The process of demolishing the old Carver Center building and replacing it with playing fields will begin later this summer, Baltimore County Public Schools Superintendent Dallas Dance said last week. In an interview on Friday, May 31, Dance said a...
  • Community donations aid county's plan for Perry Hall dog park

    Community donations aid county's plan for Perry Hall dog park
    Baltimore County plans to fund a dog park in Perry Hall after residents pushed for the project and collected private donations for it. County Executive Kevin Kamenetz said Wednesday the county plans to issue construction bids for the Perry Paw Dog...
  • Baltimore County's downtown

    Baltimore County's downtown
    To those whose impression of Towson is stuck in its days as the capital of white belts and white shoes, the idea that it could be to Baltimore what Bethesda is to Washington probably sounds hilarious. But the announcement Wednesday that developers plan...
  • Towson has a parking problem

    Towson has a parking problem
    Will a ratio of 1.2 parking spaces for new apartments in Towson be enough ("Towson Row can succeed, experts say," July 9)? Parking is already a critical problem now that Towson has a population comparable to Annapolis. In the last four years, 1,500...
  • Dundalk residents, former officials criticize Kamenetz's handling of property sales

    Dundalk residents, former officials criticize Kamenetz's handling of property sales
    For three months, Baltimore County officials have been weighing proposals from developers to buy three parcels of county-owned land, in Towson, Dundalk and Randallstown. But county officials are releasing little information about the deliberations...