Crime is getting out of hand in our area. We all heard about the recent shootings in Essex and Middle River over the weekend.
Of the many issues I have spoken to since being elected by the good people of southeastern Baltimore County, the issue I have talked about most is tolls and their impact on our communities. I am happy to speak to where we are with this issue.
I fear that Chas Scheidt’s hope that Johnny O will stand with Dundalk (letter to the editor, Oct. 24) will be in vain. What has Johnny O done for our community? He is in favor of open borders, which has contributed to Maryland becoming a sanctuary city, which of course has forced the taxpaye…
North Point has been more than a facility to the Dundalk Community. It has, in many cases, been the life blood of the people who live in the community. It has been a sanctuary to tens of thousands of youth and adults and has helped to shape the lives of both youth and adults.
We received many phone calls and emails asking about the loud bass music heard in the Dundalk area on Sunday evening. I also heard the music miles away at my Dundalk home as it was well past 11 p.m.
I’m listening. As someone who travels the Key Bridge on a frequent basis, I also believe that we should have an annual flat fee or a better commuter plan option. The Baltimore Region Discount Plan requires a commuter to pay $70 every 45 days. The discounted rate of $1.40 is applied for each …
County Executive Johnny Olszewski released the following statement following the passing of former Baltimore County Executive and Baltimore County Board of Education of Member Roger B. Hayden.
In the Oct. 17 article titled “Drama surrounding North Point building continues”, County Executive Olszewski contends it would take “tens of millions of dollars” to renovate the existing facilities at North Point Government Center Park.
As a longtime resident of the Dundalk community, I read Mr. Ursery’s article (“Drama surrounding North Point building continues,” Oct. 17 issue) with much interest and offer the following observations.
Now in its 46th year, the Dundalk Optimist Club will recognize the Citizen of the Year and Humanitarian of the Year on Nov. 15 at 6 p.m. at Fiesta’s Catering Hall, 302 German Hill Rd. The Dundalk Citizen and Humanitarian of the Year are always working hard to help the Dundalk community. Most…
If you are a resident of the community surrounding the new Dundalk Elementary School and the historic Heritage and Veterans Parks, your ideas and interests are needed to re-energize the group.