Archive for June 2017

Flag Day Ceremony Celebrates Stephen Gallier

I had the honor of presenting a Council proclamation to Stephen Gallier (Army Ranger 1976-1980) the 7th District’s awardee at the Veteran’s Flag Day Ceremony this morning. It was an honor to meet Steve and he gave a stirring and inspirational speech about his faith in God and how the County helped him get on…

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Creating Safer, Better Schools Means Safer, Better Students

For all of the greatness and promise we see in our youth, we strongly believe our school system is in need of a discipline policy overhaul and a better enforcement model. This week marks the end of the Baltimore County Public Schools 2016-17 school year. We are so proud of our local high school graduates,…

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Diamond Point Flea Market Closed *Update*

If we are to continue our progress toward a cleaner, more prosperous community, we all have a role to play. Update: As any good parent, teacher, or coach knows, sometimes stern measures are necessary in order to achieve results. The permit for the Diamond Point Flea Market is… reinstated, as the operator has agreed to hire…

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MOOS 10th Anniversary

I had the pleasure of attending the 10th Annual bull roast of the Baltimore MOOS, a charitable organization that calls Dundalk home. Their mission is to have fun and help young people, having donated to multiple causes over the years to help support young people in need of medical and social services.

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Press Release: The Facts on 287g

Getting the facts out there in the face of misinformation and political rhetoric is important because public safety and upholding the law should never be partisan. Continue reading

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