RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Mike Bennett

A collection of news and information related to Mike Bennett published by this site and its partners.

Top Mike Bennett Articles

Displaying items 73-84
  • Havre de Grace sums up storm costs

    Havre de Grace sums up storm costs
    Havre de Grace spent $28,409 on Hurricane Irene and $12,814 on Tropical Storm Lee, public works director Larry Parks reported at Monday night's city council meeting. He said the city removed 46 truckloads of debris from the hurricane and 18 from the...
  • Local officials complete university governance program

    Five government officials from Harford County graduated from the Academy for Excellence on Local Governance on Sept. 18, at the University of Maryland in College Park. They were among 90 public officials from across the state who completed the program,...
  • Filing deadline looms Friday for Aberdeen city election

    Aberdeen is set to have a fairly quiet city election season unless someone else files to run by the deadline of 5 p.m. this Friday. As of Wednesday afternoon, the only candidates who have filed to run are the four incumbent city council members,...
  • Aberdeen council members face no challenges in November; mayor's race already off

    No one will be challenging Aberdeen's incumbent council members in the city's election next month. No new candidates filed by the time the election deadline closed at 5 p.m. Friday. The only candidates who have filed to run are the four incumbent city...
  • Aberdeen mayor helps Ripken Baseball make pitch for new Georgia stadium

    Aberdeen Mayor Mike Bennett went to bat for Ripken Stadium and its tenant, Ripken Baseball, last week in Augusta, Ga., where city leaders have been worried Ripken Baseball's effort to secure city backing for a new stadium for the minor league baseball...
  • Aberdeen hit with 13 water breaks in one day

    Aberdeen had a "record" 13 water line breaks Monday, Matt Lapinsky, the city's public works director, said during a city council meeting the same evening. He said 20 or 25 workers were still working on the breaks throughout the city. Lapinsky left the...
  • Aberdeen to get $2.5 million from gas station lawsuit settlement

    Aberdeen is set to receive a $2.5 million settlement from a nationwide lawsuit about gas station emissions, Mayor Mike Bennett said at Monday's city council meeting. The city has been participating in a nationwide lawsuit regarding spillage of methyl...
  • In the interest of generating interest, Aberdeen politics becomes a snore

    In Aberdeen, mayors come and mayors go, just like anywhere else. This year, there's a contested race for mayor in the city that hosts the post, but it doesn't hold the promise of being a particularly interesting one. Incumbent Mike Bennett is...
  • State unveils plans for improved Aberdeen train station

    The Maryland Department of Transportation has big plans for a greener, more vibrant neighborhood around the Aberdeen train station, although, as it became clear during Thursday evening's public presentation, those plans are still a long way from...
  • Stadium tales for two cities

    Editor: The City of Aberdeen has for too long struggled to get out from under the financial burden of the Ripken Stadium. Each year the taxpayers of Aberdeen pay hundreds of thousands of dollars for the debt. I don't know what Mayor Mike Bennett...
  • Mayoral candidate McGrady demands ethics investigation into Aberdeen Mayor Bennett's trip

    Aberdeen mayoral candidate Patrick McGrady has filed a formal complaint with the city's ethics commission, accusingĀ  Mayor Mike Bennett of violating the city code by speaking in support of Ripken Baseball in Augusta, Ga., earlier this month. In the...
  • Down to Georgia

    Aberdeen Mayor Mike Bennett's recent trip to Georgia to advocate on behalf of the Ripken organization as it tries to secure public financing of a stadium for a minor league ballclub in Augusta is one of the most ill-advised moves in his time in office....