Congratulations! Charlesmont Improvement Association (CIA)

    Fort Howard Community Association congratulates the community of Charlesmont on their new improvement association project and joining Leaders Helping Leaders. All the best wishes to everyone in Charlesmont!   Kathleen Labuda Secretary/Treasurer FHCA […]

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Section 8 Housing Bill Passed in House- Crossbill Now In Senate For Vote

On February 15, 2017 Fort Howard Community Association posted Unlimited Section 8 Housing in Fort Howard, Maryland On March 17, 2017 the House of Delegates in Annapolis passed HB172 entitle the Home Act of 2017 […]

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A Call to Faith Leaders in Our Communities

  Faith: (noun)  strong belief in God or in the doctrines of a religion, based on spiritual apprehension rather than proof. Officer Kim Hicks of  has called the faithful to join her in an  open […]

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Maryland Sanctuary State Bill Passes House After High School Freshman Raped

“On March 16, 2017, a tragic event occurred in Montgomery County, Maryland. According to news reports, a 14-year old student was dragged into a high school restroom and raped by two teenage boys,” Johnson wrote […]

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East County Times Editorial

On  Friday, February  17, 2017 Fort Howard Community Association  received a phone call from the East County Times as seen in the caller ID photo.        posing three questions related to a demonstration […]

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Fort Howard Community Association Meeting Announcement

  Dear Fellow Community Officers,   The third week of March 2017, FHCA will have Senator Brochin address our members and you are welcomed to attend the meeting on behalf of your particular community.   […]

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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, […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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