What is the Office of Community Outreach?
Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz has created the Office of Community Outreach to ensure that the people of Baltimore County are heard. Four Special Assistants to the County Executive staff the office; each have been assigned a specific area of Baltimore County. The Special Assistants provide a direct connection between our communities and the County Executive. You will expect to see them at community meetings, chamber of commerce events, and a variety of functions across the County. They will often accompany County Executive Kamenetz when he is visiting your area. The Special Assistants work directly with the County Executive on unique projects, and policy issues that directly effect each and every community in Baltimore County. The Special Assistants have extensive work experience in County or State government and have longstanding ties to the County where they live.
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Your Outreach Team
Bryan Sheppard represents County Executive Kevin Kamenetz south of Route 40, Baltimore National Pike in southwest Baltimore County and south of Route 40, Pulaski Highway in eastern Baltimore County. Bryan may be reached at 410-887-2450 and at email@example.com.
Tony Baysmore represents County Executive Kevin Kamenetz north of Route 40, Baltimore National Pike, west of the Baltimore City line, west of Reisterstown Road, west of Bonita Avenue, and south of Butler Road .Tony is also the County Executive liaison for multi-cultural affairs. In that capacity he serves as the County Executive’s official representative to a variety of religious and ethnic communities in the County and the region. He also serves as the County Executive’s liaison to the LGBT community. Tony may be reached at 410-887-2450 and at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Nancy Surosky represents County Executive Kevin Kamenetz east of Reisterstown Road, east of Bonita Avenue, west of Cromwell Bridge Road and Loch Raven Boulevard north of the Baltimore City line, south of Old Bosley Road, Warren Road, Shawan Road, and west of I 83. Nancy may be reached at 410-887-2450 and at email@example.com.
Larry Simmons represents County Executive Kevin Kamenetz north of Route 40, Pulaski Highway, east of Cromwell Bridge Road and Loch Raven Boulevard north of the Baltimore City line, north of Old Bosley Road, Warren Road, Shawan Road, and east of I 83. Larry may be reached at 410-887-2450 and at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Special Assistants have a different role than the County Executive's Constituent Services Representatives who work with community members to solve very specific problems or concerns.
What is the Office of Constituent Services?
The Office of Constituent Services works with the people of Baltimore County to solve specific problems they are facing. For example, when an individual needs help getting a pot hole fixed, is trying to find out more about traffic calming, or is concerned about a nuisance property in the area, each of the three staff members in the Office of Constituent Services are ready to assist. Each Constituent Services Representative is assigned an area of the County and works closely with the County Executive's Special Assistants for Community Outreach.
You may contact the Office of Constituent Services by calling 410-887-2450 or by sending an email to Kevin@baltimorecountymd.gov.
Revised October 17, 2016