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Kevin Kamenetz

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  • Court orders Balto. Co. to pay $573,000 to police retirees

    Court orders Balto. Co. to pay $573,000 to police retirees
    A Baltimore County Circuit Court judge has ordered the county to refund nearly $573,000 in health insurance premiums that had been overpaid by hundreds of Police Department retirees, following years of litigation between the county and the police union....
  • 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...
  • Baltimore Hispanic Chamber of Commerce opens Towson office

    Baltimore Hispanic Chamber of Commerce opens Towson office
    Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz and County Chamber of Commerce President Keith Scott on Wednesday welcomed the Baltimore Hispanic Chamber of Commerce to downtown Towson. "This is a great opportunity for our community and our members," Jose...
  • Towson Row plan fuels argument for circulator bus

    Towson Row plan fuels argument for circulator bus
    With last week's announcement of Towson Row, a $300 million project that will include apartments, student housing, retail and office space in downtown Towson, area elected officials have ramped up efforts to introduce a circulator bus to stem an...
  • Baltimore County gets no bids for animal shelter

    Baltimore County gets no bids for animal shelter
    After announcing plans early this year to partner with a nonprofit to improve the Baltimore County animal shelter, county officials say they have not found a group willing to do so. No one responded to a request for proposals issued by the county in...
  • CCBC Owings Mills opens at Metro Centre

    CCBC Owings Mills opens at Metro Centre
    Local officials gathered Monday in Owings Mills to celebrate the opening of a new campus of the Community College of Baltimore County. The college opened in the County Campus building at the Metro Centre, a transit-oriented development. The building...
  • Principal for new school in Mays Chapel announced

    Principal for new school in Mays Chapel announced
    After months of controversy surrounding the site selection of Baltimore County's new elementary school in Mays Chapel, the school system on Thursday began the process of assembling the school's leadership team. Stephen Coco, who was selected last...
  • Towson becoming 'brick and mortar monument to developers' [Letter]

    I take exception to Councilman David Marks' article published in your paper May 15. He stated that the building boom in Towson would "transform this suburban county seat into one of the most dynamic cosmopolitan communities in Maryland." I feel it will...
  • Eastwood faculty and students say goodbye to school

    Eastwood faculty and students say goodbye to school
    The Eastwood school's librarian, Cheryl Madden, had just finished saying her farewells to the fifth-grade class seated attentively in their dress-up clothes in the front-row seats. She ended with a line from a quote, saying that "one can go backward...
  • School officials take next steps toward solving overcrowding

    School officials take next steps toward solving overcrowding
    As he approaches the end of his first year in office, Baltimore County Public Schools Superintendent Dallas Dance has begun to untangle the messy knot of school overcrowding left for him by his predecessors. Even as Dance and his team are making a point...
  • Businesses, residents near train derailment face heavy cleanup

    Businesses, residents near train derailment face heavy cleanup
    As Rosedale residents and business owners began to clean up after the fiery train derailment, federal officials said Wednesday that a chemical, sodium chlorate, had likely exploded in one of the train cars. Investigators with the National Transportation...