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Randallstown's Coffee With Kevin Huge Success

Open Forum With Randallstown Community Leaders to Discuss Issues and Opportunities

Towson, Maryland (March 11, 2014) – The Baltimore County Executive's community forums known as Coffee with Kevin had its largest turnout to date this morning. More than 130 people turned out for coffee, donuts and a discussion of community issues in Randallstown.

Record-Breaking Attendance

Executive Kamenetz speaks to record-breaking crowd in Randallstown.

"I am so proud that our community responded in record -breaking numbers," said Pat Clark, president of the Fieldstone Community Association. "The fact that the County Executive would spend an hour and a half talking with us about important community issues speaks volumes about his commitment to Randallstown. The positive energy up and down the Liberty Road corridor is just amazing."

Sixth in Series of Forums

The Randallstown Coffee was the sixth in a series of forums that the County Executive is holding all across the County. Previous meetings were held in Lansdowne, Parkville, Perry Hall, Pikesville, and Catonsville. The meetings are open to the public without pre-registration and without any screening of topics to be discussed.

"It was a great morning," said 4th District Councilman Ken Oliver. "I really appreciate the County Executive's straight forward responses to questions from those in attendance. It gives people great confidence that its leaders are listening."

'Small Town Principles'

"I've come to really look forward to these gatherings," stated the County Executive. "Although Baltimore County is larger than four states, in many ways we still operate on the principles of a small town. These community meetings are a great example of that."