Politics, Traffic

Councilman Marks: Land swap nearly finished to preserve Raphel Road corridor

KINGSVILLE, MD—For the past eight years, Councilman David Marks has been working to move a state-owned property—planned for a Maryland Transportation Authority maintenance facility—closer to Interstate 95. To accomplish this, the county would “swap” the land along I-95 with the state-owned property along Raphel Road closer to Bradshaw Road. The Greater Kingsville Civic Association supports this proposal. It will move …


Business, Politics, Sci-Tech

Councilman Marks: green space at Mount Vista, Honeygo to be off-limits to solar panels

KINGSVILLE, MD – Baltimore County Councilman David Marks announced on Friday that he has secured assurances that Mount Vista Park and the green space at Honeygo Run Regional Park will be off-limits to solar panels. Baltimore County Government has put out a Request for Proposals to place solar panels on county properties. At Councilman Marks’ request, the Olszewski administration has …


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 …

Task force to look at future of Kingsville’s Mount Vista Park

Baltimore County Councilman David Marks on Wednesday announced the creation of a task force to recommend future uses for Mount Vista Park and the Schmidt property in Kingsville. The 111-acre Mount Vista Park, formerly a golf course, was purchased by Baltimore County in 2008. The 27-acre Schmidt property was purchased by the county in 2007. The parcels are located to …

Solar panels to be installed in Kingsville as part of Baltimore County project

Baltimore County officials revealed on Monday a plan to install solar panels in Kingsville and in three other locations in an effort to improve the county’s energy efficiency. The project will also help the county utilize more clean energy. Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz announced that county government will significantly reduce its electricity consumption, while greatly increasing its use of …