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Kevin Kamenetz

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  • Baltimore County plants nearly 1,000 trees to provide shade, reduce energy costs

    Newly planted, 12-foot-tall trees provided little relief from the relentless sun during an outdoor news conference at North Point Library Tuesday. But give those elms, maples and oaks a few years and they will offer shade to the grounds, energy savings...
  • Should Baltimore control the water system?

    Should Baltimore control the water system?
    Another massive water main break in downtown Baltimore has brought to the surface a problem that has been slowly building beneath our feet for decades. Our more than century-old water system routinely leaks millions of gallons into the ground and, with...
  • Kamenetz's contradictory policy on trees

    Ironically, while Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz is wisely planting needed foliage in the North Point area, he and the county school board are planning to tear down 10 beautiful wooded acres of unique, forested parkland in Mays Chapel North ("...
  • Lack of traffic data should slow Solo project

    I was surprised to read the recent op-ed praising the developers of the Solo Cup property for their plans with respect to the traffic gridlock along Reisterstown Road ("A boon for Owings Mills," July 19). As anyone who has been following the Owings Mills...
  • Kamenetz cancels Balto. Co. summer MACo party

    Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz is calling off one of the summer’s traditional hobnobbing events for politicians, lobbyists and other insiders. Kamenetz has decided not to host the Baltimore County party at the summer conference of the...
  • Kamenetz shows why he doesn't deserve a second term

    Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz's op-ed ("Keeping public employee benefits in check," July 22) shows how easy it is to combine hypocrisy and a lack of leadership and why he does not deserve a second term. Signs of the decay of our county...
  • Kamenetz is a pension reform hypocrite

    Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz writes in his op-ed "Keeping public employee benefits in check" (July 22) that the county needs to keep "finding efficiencies to fund additional costs." Well what about the efficiency of him not double dipping the...
  • Towson Bike Beltway plan nets $100,000 state grant

    A proposal for a Towson Bike Beltway is one of 28 projects awarded funding this week through the Maryland Bikeways Program. The announcement was made July 24 through the office of Gov.Martin O'Malley. "I think this will really improve mobility in central...
  • Kamenetz to host community forum

    Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz plans to host a community forum next week in Landsdowne. Kamenetz said in a statement that the event – called "Coffee with Kevin" -- would be an opportunity for citizens to speak out about issues that are...
  • Balto. Co. workers to contribute more to health care premiums in 2015

    Baltimore County employees will have to cover more of their health insurance costs starting in 2015. The county's Health Care Review Committee, made up of labor representatives and others, has voted to approve a plan that phases in a 5 percent increase...
  • Balto. Co. judge denies request to delay hearing on Catonsville medical office

    Balto. Co. judge denies request to delay hearing on Catonsville medical office
    A Baltimore County administrative law judge turned down Monday a request from a community association to postpone a hearing on a proposed medical office building in Catonsville that has drawn scrutiny from state investigators. Last week, the Office of...
  • Baltimore County cracks down on nuisance road signs

    Baltimore County cracks down on nuisance road signs
    The signs shout advertisements from the sidewalks: $1 crabs, day care open until midnight, cherry wood furniture and fresh starts after bankruptcy. They cover telephone poles and sprout up in medians, sometimes getting swept away by wind. And they really...