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Kevin Kamenetz

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  • One Maryland Broadband Network facility opens

    Federal, state and local officials gathered in an Elkridge industrial park Monday morning to mark the opening of a key hub for the Central Maryland portion of a $158 million statewide broadband network designed to link localities via fiber-optic cable....
  • Hot weather cools interest in debut of Arbutus farmers market

    Hot weather cools interest in debut of Arbutus farmers market
    Though last week's high temperatures kept some residents and merchants away, those who braved the heat found a wide variety of goods at the opening of the new Arbutus Farmers Market. Turnout was light to check out offerings ranging from pit beef and...
  • Relay for Life brings cancer awareness message to Goucher College

    Goucher College will be the staging area for the 2011 American Cancer Society Relay For Life for northern Baltimore County, Friday, June 17 into Saturday, June 18. The opening ceremony is at Friday at 7 p.m. at the Goucher track. Participants can...
  • Looking for savings, counties spend more on tech staff

    Three years ago, Baltimore County technology director Robert Stradling's salary barely cracked the top 10 highest-paid county employees. Now, thanks to a $40,000 pay raise over the last few years, he's the third-highest-paid employee, falling below...
  • PUD process raises concerns in North Point

    The suspicious planned unit development process raises concerns of North Point peninsula residents, like myself, over the proposed redevelopment of Fort Howard ("A flexible building approach or way around zoning rules," June 15). The potential 1,800-unit...
  • In Balto. Co., providing interpretation services emerges as crucial need

    In Balto. Co., providing interpretation services emerges as crucial need
    A little bit of English isn't enough to get by at the doctor's office. Sitting side-by-side with immigrants at medical appointments, Baltimore County Department of Health interpreter Martha Lujardo tries to bridge the gap between the doctor and those...
  • County sets aside $3.16 million for improvements to Leeds Avenue in Arbutus

    Baltimore County has budgeted $3.16 million for improvements to infrastructure along Leeds Avenue, and construction could start next spring. Councilman Tom Quirk, who represents the 1st District that includes Arbutus, said the work will improve the road,...
  • History reborn at East Towson log cabin

    History reborn at East Towson log cabin
    The 13-by-17 foot building on the grounds of the Carver Community Center, at 300 Lennox Ave., Towson, is like the cover of a book for an important story. It contains an important chapter of East Towson's past, an authentic log cabin built in 1857 by...
  • State to announce speedier permit program for businesses

    Maryland officials plan to announce Thursday a new system to speed the review process for business owners seeking state permits for projects in priority development areas. Gov. Martin O'Malley, Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz and other state...
  • O'Malley launches program to fast track license applications at Halethorpe bakery

    During Thursday's visit to Bakery Express in Halethorpe, Gov. Martin O'Malley launched a statewide program that aims to help businesses get the permits they need to build or expand faster. "I think we have to acknowledge that while our strength as a...
  • County to begin posting employee salaries online

    Baltimore County government will begin posting the salaries of every county employee online beginning Friday, July 1. The salaries will be listed on the county's website at http://www.baltimorecountymd.gov, on the Human Resources page of the site. In...
  • Kamenetz puts feet on the street to salute Towson's 'Money' ranking

    Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz today formally congratulated Towson for being named to CNN Money Magazine's list of best places to live for the rich and single. At a ceremony held at the Towson Farmers' market, Nancy Hafford, executive director...