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Kevin Kamenetz

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  • Cane distribution in Timonium draws focus on veterans' needs

    Cane distribution in Timonium draws focus on veterans' needs
    Dozens of veterans from across Maryland joined Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz and Congressman C.A. "Dutch" Ruppersberger to kick off Hugo Salutes Our Veterans' national campaign to distribute free canes to America's former servicemen at the...
  • Most of Owings Mills Mall to be demolished, redeveloped

    Most of Owings Mills Mall to be demolished, redeveloped
    Most of the long-struggling Owings Mills Mall will be torn down starting in 2013 to make room for a $65 million retail development, a move that Baltimore County officials hope will complement other burgeoning projects in an area targeted for growth. Mall...
  • High-rise parking garages in downtown Towson going green

    High-rise parking garages in downtown Towson going green
    He calls them "the concrete palace," said Don Hutchinson, chairman of the board of the Baltimore County Revenue Authority. The former county executive is referring to the four high-rise parking garages in downtown Towson that the quasi-governmental...
  • Wayside Cross event in Towson recognizes debt to America's military personnel

    Wayside Cross event in Towson recognizes debt to America's military personnel
    Amid the bustle of construction and traffic that surrounds the Towson roundabout, dozens of Baltimore County veterans, politicians and citizens gathered around the Wayside Cross — which has been a fixture in downtown Towson for nearly a century...
  • Baltimore County leaders concerned by $5 million expenditure

    Baltimore County leaders expressed concern Friday that the school system may have wasted as much as $5 million on textbooks and a curriculum that are not being widely used, calling on school officials to more closely monitor spending. "When you find...
  • Kamenetz liquor license plan: Take from one business to give to another

    Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz plans to improve the economy of Baltimore County by changing liquor license law. Should Mr. Kamenetz accept the recommendations submitted by his appointed 12 member task force, he plans, "setting aside political...
  • Wegmans set for Solo Cup property in Owings Mills

    Wegmans set for Solo Cup property in Owings Mills
    Wegmans Food Markets will build its second Baltimore County store at the site of the Solo Cup property in Owings Mills, anchoring an upscale development that's set to replace the old manufacturing site. County Executive Kevin Kamenetz said Monday that...
  • How could the county schools waste millions and nobody knew?

    There's something very wrong about the Baltimore County school system's spending $5 million on textbooks and a curriculum that were hardly used and are already outdated. ("Officials question millions spent on Balto. Co. texts and curriculum," Nov. 12)....
  • Baltimore County Police, chief recognized for violence prevention efforts

    Baltimore County Police Chief Jim Johnson and his department were honored Tuesday morning at a ceremony in the Public Safety Building in Towson for the department's efforts to identify and monitor violent offenders, and prevent violent crimes in the...
  • Balto. Co. liquor license review task force makes final suggestions

    Baltimore County should eventually issue liquor licenses to restaurants based on public need and accommodation, rather than on population, according to a task force set up to review the county's license laws. The county now limits the number of liquor...
  • Balto. Co. keeps AAA bond rating from three major agencies

    Baltimore County has again earned a AAA bond rating from the three major rating agencies, county officials said Wednesday. Fitch, Moody's and Standard and Poor's have all given the county the highest possible rating, pointing to conservative fiscal...
  • Some on Balto. Council don't like online disclosure proposal

    As the Baltimore County Council prepares to take up an ethics reform package proposed by County Executive Kevin Kamenetz, some members say they're wary of a measure that would make it easy for anyone to access their financial disclosure forms. Kamenetz...