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Councilman Marks, volunteers celebrate renovated Kingsville Park

On Saturday, May 12, Councilman David Marks joined the Kingsville Recreation Council in celebrating the completion of Phase 1 of improvements to Kingsville Park. Councilman Marks secured the funding for the project after meeting with Kingsville leaders such as Bill Paulshock, Joe Salvo, and Joe Mills, president of the council. “Under the leadership of Joe Mills and his outstanding volunteers, …


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Mount Vista task force recommends regional park with community-friendly uses

A task force appointed by Councilman David Marks has recommended consolidating several parcels along Raphel Road to create a new Kingsville Regional Park. In the summer of 2017, Councilman Marks assembled a task force to recommend uses for the former Mount Vista Park property in Kingsville. The task force was chaired by local resident Bill Paulshock and included leaders from …


Councilman Marks: funding secured to upgrade ballfields, mutli-purpose courts from Kingsville to Carney

Baltimore County Councilman David Marks announced that the Fiscal Year 2018 budget will include significant upgrades to recreation areas in northeastern Baltimore County. The budget will fund:   § Ball diamond upgrades at Gunpowder, Joppa View, and Seven Oaks Elementary Schools ($37,500) § Multi-purpose court resurfacing at Carney Elementary School ($22,750); § Natural turf improvements at Cowenton Ridge Park ($110,500); …

Councilman Marks provides update on Kingsville Park upgrades

Baltimore County Councilman David Marks recently toured Kingsville Park, where his office has been working with Baltimore County to upgrade the deteriorating fields. Kingsville Park is a 23-acre recreational area located at 11700 Franklinville Road. The $636,500 project will improve drainage at the ballfields, upgrade the parking area, and make areas accessible to disabled visitors. At this point, the Department …

Improvements to be made at Kingsville Park

Long-needed improvements will be made to Kingsville Park, according to Baltimore County Councilman David Marks. The improvements, which will begin in 2017, will include stabilizing the fields and improving drainage, which has been a significant problem at the 23-acre park off Franklinville Road. The design work is approximately 95 percent done, Marks says.  Once it is complete, the Department of …