The Baltimore County Lobbying Regulations and List of Reported Lobbyists for 2016-17

Councilman Wade Kach provided the following resource to the Fort Howard Community Association.The below 2016-17 lobbyist list includes Venable lawyers Patricia Malone, Christopher Mudd, and David Karcecki.   Mr. Karcecki was commissioned last night February 21, 2016 by Councilmans Almond, Quirk, Bevins, Jones, and Marks on the Baltimore County Charter Review Commission. James Smith (previous Baltimore […]

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Councilmen Wade Kach and Todd Crandell voted against the Charter Commission resolution

  The Baltimore County Council voted 5-2 — after debate — to establish a county charter review commission. Councilmen Wade Kach, of Cockeysville and Todd Crandell of Dundalk, both Republicans, voted against the resolution. Councilman’s Quirk (D), Almond (D), Bevins (D), Jones (D), and Marks (R) voted in support. Source: Baltimore Sun   Kathleen Labuda […]

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Councilman Wade Kach: IMMEDIATE CALL TO ACTION!

    Dear Baltimore County Council:   Your fellow council member, the Honorable Mr. Wade Kach,  has “ withdrawn his support and sponsorship of the resolution establishing the membership of the (Baltimore County Charter Review Commission) commission.”    After consultation with  other community and civic associations, on behalf of our membership, the Fort Howard Community […]

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Councilman Crandell Facebook Reply

Councilman Todd Crandell addresses potential development in Fort Howard, Maryland regarding the March 9, 2016 Baltimore County Conciliation Agreement Affordable Housing settlement between United States Department of Housing and Urban Development and Baltimore County on his Facebook.   FHCA’s response follows Mr. Crandell’s Facebook post.     Crandell 21 hrs ·   Let’s nip this […]

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Balco Club Meeting Report

The members United States of America Veterans of Save Fort Howard and the Fort Howard Community Association  agreed after the Balco Club clandestine meeting held February 16, 2017 the sign posted on the lawn across the street from the Balco Club articulates the mutual position on the purposed rental community complex of 400  houses and […]

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Unlimited Section 8 Housing in Fort Howard, Maryland

Click on map that shows where 1,000 section 8 housing units will be built in 12 years. Baltimore County has more than 6,260 housing choice voucher holders; 90 percent of them are Section 8 and the remaining 10 percent are for veterans, the elderly and the disabled.  The largest concentration of people holding vouchers live […]

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Deer Sign: Thumbs Up

  FHCA received from Councilman Crandell’s aid Mr. Ron Metzger great news in the following email:   Mr. Pappas, A request for a replacement sign has been sent to the proper authorities. Thank you for your time and attention.   Ron Metzger Legislative Aide, Councilman Todd Crandell 7839 Eastpoint Mall Suite 307 UL Dundalk, MD […]

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Vandalized Deer Sign Addressed

  Baltimore County Police Department, 12 Precinct and Councilman Crandall’s office have been advised of the vandalized and now missing deer sign at the intersection North Point and Millers Island Roads. Officer Addair: The Baltimore County deer sign posted south bound on North Point Road across from the intersection of Miller Island Road and North […]

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Is this the America you grew up in?

The Fort Howard Community Association applauds the collaborative work of all elected and bureaucratic personal, civic and community associations desperately working together to overcome the blight plaguing Southeast Baltimore County.     Kudos to the the East County Times and the nascent Baltimore Post for exposing the burden communities members  in the 7th district must […]

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Baltimore County Department of Health Tobacco Cessation and Education Opportunities

  Tobacco use causes over 7,000 deaths in Maryland each year, more than alcohol, car accidents, overdoses, HIV/AIDS, suicides and homicides combined.  In Baltimore County, 22% of adults are tobacco users and almost 20% of high school students are tobacco and e-cigarette users.  Data indicates that exposure to secondhand smoke results in over 41,000 deaths […]

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