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Bay Bridge Update

Nine months ago, here in the Severna Park Voice, I discussed the challenges surrounding Chesapeake Bay Bridge traffic and state efforts to resolve it. Here is a status update. more

College Savings

Going to college has long been part of the American Dream. more

Public Support Is Strong For Starting School After Labor Day

Anne Arundel County Public Schools officials currently are analyzing feedback from a recent survey to help them best determine the 2020/2021 school year calendar. As they analyze the results and … more

Council Update

In 2018, I made a commitment to keep you informed on the issues, public meetings, and legislation that could affect our area. more

Pedestrian Safety

Roads without sidewalks or shoulders are increasingly common, especially in newer neighborhoods, mine included. While popular for financial, environmental and aesthetic reasons, shoulder-less roads without sidewalks can be a hazardous no-man's-land for runners and walkers alike. more

A Reckless, Costly And Unnecessary Proposal

This legislative proposal is nothing more than political retribution for my efforts to advocate Maryland’s craft brewing industry. more

Robotics For All

Until now, only two high school clubs were supported by the school system beyond standard teacher stipends. more

We’re Not Giving Up On The Bay

When it comes to the Chesapeake Bay cleanup effort, in Anne Arundel County, we are still in. more

The Real ID

Yes, It’s “Real,” And Yes, You’ll Need To Update Your “ID” more

Decriminalizing Attempted Suicide

They say politics is personal, and this was personal to me. more

The School Budget

Happy New Year, which, amongst new beginnings and resolutions, marks the start of the busiest time of year for your AACPS school board. This month’s column is dedicated to sharing a few of my initial reactions to Dr. George Arlotto’s recommended budget. more

Another Chesapeake Bay Bridge?

Alleviating the impact of bay bridge traffic has been a cause for concern for years. more

What Do We Want From Government, And How Will We Pay For It?

As a community, we must decide what we want from our government and how we want to pay for it. more

Addressing Traffic Along Our Main Corridors

I ask the community for fresh ideas and practical solutions every chance I get. And just about everything we’ve accomplished during the first year of our administration has been backed by large numbers of engaged county residents. more

Adapting To The Quarantine

I’d like to list a few ways that we can help during this fragile period of time. more
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