My office continues to partner with the administration concerning the need for rural broadband expansion in North County. Please note the following update provided by John Davis, Baltimore County’s Cable Administrator. My office is active and supporting every effort to get this important job done. Broadband is no longer a luxury, but a necessity in […]
I am certain that most of you have heard the good news regarding our efforts to secure funds for the replacement of the Dulaney and Towson High school buildings. It was a major coordinated effort between state and local officials and the school board itself. This effort could not have been possible without the hundreds […]
Last Week, the Baltimore County Public School System presented to the School board its Administration’s proposed FY22 county capital improvement request. Despite the County Executive already allocating money for the planning and design of new buildings last year, in an unprecedented midyear budget cycle change, the bureaucrats at BCPS made the unilateral decision to delete […]
If you know me, you know that I put a high priority on openness, transparency, and accountability in government. The more information citizens and elected officials have, the better the policy choices made, and the better quality of life for all. Unfortunately, when it comes to the School Administration’s response to the latest ransomware attack […]
My office has received numerous complaints from the residents in the Mays Chapel community area that the 40mph speed limit is excessive resulting in frequent accidents. I have been in frequent contact with the Cpl. Harrison, Cockeysville Police Precinct, and Greg Carski, Baltimore County Traffic Engineering advocating to lower the speed limit to increase traffic […]
Waltham Woods Road Resurfacing. The County is now in the process of fully resurfacing Waltham Woods Rd. This has been a multiyear effort by my office, and I am very thankful for the partnership we have with DPW. The whole road has been milled and the first level of asphalt is being applied. Utility work and the final layer still need to be done to complete this project. It extends from Cub Hill to Joppa Rd. Baltimore County DPW hopes to have it completed by mid-November. (Weather permitting).