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School construction and transportation funding top the list

Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz unveiled a wide-ranging agenda for the upcoming 2017 General Assembly session that begins this Wednesday. “Funding of school construction and transportation projects remain an important priority for the county,” said Kamenetz. “In addition, I look forward to working with legislators on several statewide issues such as sexual assault, fracking, and bail reform that have implications for Baltimore County but also the rest of the state.”


Kamenetz pledeges to fight for school funding

Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz will address education leaders at the annual legislative breakfast hosted by the Teachers Association of Baltimore County (TABCO) and the Education Support Professionals of Baltimore County (ESPBC) on Saturday morning. The meeting will be held from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. at the Radisson Hotel North Baltimore, 2004 Greenspring Drive, Lutherville-Timonium, 21093.

“I’ve attended this breakfast for many years,” said Kamenetz. “There is nothing more important in our county than the education of our children. The challenges facing teachers and support staff are significant, and I look forward to working with their representatives in Annapolis to protect public education in Maryland.”

“The opportunity for our members to talk directly with elected leaders prior to the General Assembly is very important,” said Abby Beytin, President of the Teacher’s Association of Baltimore County. “I am delighted that the County Executive will join us for what is always an informative dialogue.”


Pledges regional cooperation

Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz issued the following statement on the eve of Mayor-Elect Catherine Pugh's inauguration:

“With congratulations to my good friend Catherine Pugh as she becomes Mayor of the great City of Baltimore, I also reaffirm Baltimore County’s commitment as a regional partner to address issues of job growth, education, transportation, housing and public safety. The future of Baltimore City is bright and I look forward to working with Mayor Pugh to build that future.” 


 
 
Revised September 26, 2016