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Gerrymandering Update

Let’s stop GerryMaryland. more

Building On The Excitement

Today, as I work to put together my team, as I get to know my fellow delegates, learn about my committee assignments, gather information on legislative priorities, and cull my schedule to ensure I haven’t missed an orientation, inauguration or opportunity for community engagement, I am filled with excitement. more

WATCH: Voice Editors Chat With Comptroller Peter Franchot

Topics included the government shutdown’s effect on the local economy, the upcoming tax season, school start dates and craft beer. more

We Want Anne Arundel To Be The Best Place

On December 3, I took the oath of office to be your county executive. That oath represents my commitment to you. more

Anticipating Some Changes

The hard work now begins for our new county council and county executive. With that work, we can anticipate some change. more

The Role Of The Clerk’s Office

I am happy to answer this question because the clerk’s office does a lot of work that affects people’s lives in the county. more

Drug Court Cases

The most important reason my office staffs our drug courts is to help individuals trade the label of “criminal” and “addict” for “parent,” “employee” and “neighbor.” more

FY2020 BOE Budget Includes Audit Funding

Almost daily, constituents shared concerns about the sheer size of the AACPS central offices. more

Intersectionality

Change in itself is neither good nor bad, but how we cope and adapt to change is often what defines it. more

The Season Of Service

The holiday season reminds us of the power of giving to others and the impact our service can have to make our community a better place to live. more

Banning Foam Food Containers

On July 1, Maryland will become the first state to enact a ban on foam food containers, the first step in eliminating our reliance on single-use plastics. more

A Look At The County Budget

The county executive’s proposed budget remained essentially intact with minimal reductions. more

Letter To The Editor: Senator Reilly’s Senate Bill 93 Sets The Precedent To Reduce Public Access To Maryland Waterways

Maynadier Creek off the south side of the Severn River, known by locals as “Cocktail Creek,” has one of three Maryland public ski courses where boaters often anchor to watch the skiers. … more

Celebrating Women’s History Month

In the Anne Arundel County courthouse, we have a remarkable number of women serving the judicial system. more

The Budget Season Isn’t Over Yet

Our priorities for this year’s budget were clear and included increasing school mental health staff, expanding ESOL services, and decreasing class sizes. more

The Warrant Process

Ignoring a warrant, not being aware of a warrant, or avoiding warrant service can often be more troublesome than the original charge that caused the issuance of a warrant. more

When Did We Stop Being Americans First

Through hard work and determination, I made my own American dream come true. more

The Relentlessness Of Mourning

I can’t stop thinking about the relentlessness of mourning and the cruelty of a calendar that refuses to yield to it. more

Visioning Anne Arundel

The most important component of community planning is the community – and I was inspired to see the turnout and the energy in the room. more

Farms Amid A Growing County

Growth is happening all around us. Should we also support the growth and preservation of farms? more
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