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Kamenetz didn't care about overcrowded high schools until he started running for governor

Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz’s campaign launches his bid for the Democratic nomination for governor on Maryland on Monday in Towson. (Lloyd Fox/Baltimore Sun video)

What a coincidence, just days after announcing his plans to run for governor, Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz decides to do something about school overcrowding in North East Baltimore County ("Kamenetz to propose planning money for two new high schools in FY19 budget," Sept. 19). School overcrowding in Towson, Perry Hall and White Marsh has been out of control for years. Even more curious, the schools and areas he is interested in all of a sudden are located in the strongholds of Gov. Larry Hogan. Is this an epiphany by our county executive, or politics as usual by another one of our Democratic leaders? Baltimore County and Maryland voters will ultimately decide.

Mark Hauf, White Marsh

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