Councilman Todd Huff's Biography
A lifelong resident of the Third District, Todd grew up in Sparks, Maryland on a family farm. As a young man he was an active member of the Baltimore County 4-H. Todd graduated from the Fork Union Military Academy in Fork Union, Virginia where he was involved in playing lacrosse, soccer and wrestling.
Todd has been actively involved in the family business, Brooks-Huff Tire Company, for many years. He currently serves as the Brooks-Huff Operations Manager and he has been an integral part of growing the business to now include six locations in two states. Todd knows what it means to meet a payroll, manage employees and provide excellent customer service.
On December 6, 2010 Todd was inaugurated as the Third District Baltimore County Councilman. Since taking office, he has been appointed as Council representative to an ad hoc committee to review cable television franchising matters as well as other cable related issues.
Todd is a longstanding community volunteer. He is the immediate past president of the Dulaney Valley Improvement Association; past president of the Towson Chamber of Commerce where he remains a member of the Executive Committee and continues to serve as Chair of the Towsontown Spring Festival; a long time member and past trustee of the Towson Elks Lodge; an active member of the Towson Junior Chamber of Commerce; a lifelong member of DeMolay, the premier youth organization dedicated to teaching young men to be better persons and leaders; and a past credit union board member for the Chesapeake Automotive Business Association. In addition, Todd is also a member of the Hunt Valley Business Forum, the Reagan Club, the 42nd District Republican Club and the Northern Baltimore County Republican & Civic Organization. Through Brooks-Huff, Todd has been a supporting member of the Hereford Zone Business Association since its inception.
In his first 100 days in office, Todd has voted on a number of issues based on the input and feedback from his constituents. Among his legislative accomplishments thus far are the following:
• Co-Sponsor of Bill 3-11 - Development Regulations - Community Input Meetings This bill states that a CIM shall be held at a site within 8 miles of the vicinity of the proposed development if outside the URDL (Urban Rural Demarcation Line) or 3 miles if inside the URDL, or in Towson if no other site can be scheduled.
• Lead Sponsor of Bill 6-11 - Solicitation of Donations. This bill states that a person may not occupy or stand on a lane divider or roadway or shoulder to solicit without possessing or displaying a valid permit. Bill 6-11 gives the police the authority to enforce these provisions on County and State roads.
• Resolution 14-11 - Adoption of Baltimore County Center for Maryland Agriculture Plan as part of the Master Plan for 2020.
Revised March 21, 2011