The Baltimore County Council will soon consider and adopt its Master Plan 2030, finalizing a process that has been delayed three years due to the coronavirus pandemic.
In theory, local governments make laws in a transparent way that allow citizens to participate. But in practice, some wonder whether the Baltimore County Council is shutting people out of the legislative process, especially when ad hoc amendments are added to bills then passed quickly.
Since its debut in 2018, the annual budget town hall series has dramatically increased community input on Baltimore County's budget priorities. This year's meetings will be held in person for the first time since 2019. 6th District Town Hall, Wednesday, March 1st, Towson High School, 69 Cedar Ave, Towson, MD 21286.
Towson Communities Alliance sent a questionnaire to the candidates for County Council in District 6 that includes most of Towson. Tony Campbell (R) Briefly describe your background, and why [...]
Organizers in Baltimore County held a petition drive in recent months to expand the number of representatives on the county council. The goal was to get a voter referendum on the general election ballot which [...]