Politics

Councilman Marks recommends appointment of Mathew Doty to Bicycle and Pedestrian Committee



NOTTINGHAM, MD—Councilman David Marks on Thursday announced that he will be recommending Mathew Doty, a longtime educator and Perry Hall resident, to serve as the Fifth District representative on the Baltimore County Pedestrian and Bicycle Committee.

The committee reviews transportation policies and programs to sure that pedestrians and bicyclists can move safely throughout our communities. Councilman Marks sponsored the legislation that created this panel in 2011, and has worked to create new pathways such as the Northeast Trail.

Doty is a lifelong resident of White Marsh and Perry Hall. He and his wife are graduates of Perry Hall High School and members of St Michael Lutheran Church. Doty has an extensive background as an educator, including service at the Crossroads Center, Dundalk High School, Chesapeake High School, and now the Virtual Learning Program as the coordinator/Principal. He is also an adjunct professor at CCBC- Essex in the chemistry department.



“I thank Mr. Doty for his willingness to serve on this panel and his longtime interest in children and public service,” said Councilman Marks. “Baltimore County will continue to benefit from his leadership.”

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