Councilman Marks nominates Carney resident to Landmarks Commission

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CARNEY, MD—Baltimore County Councilman David Marks announced on Monday that he will recommend the appointment of Carney resident Daniel Dean to the vacant Fifth District seat on the Baltimore County Landmarks Preservation Commission (LPC).

The LPC reviews nominations for structures to be placed on the county inventory of historic landmarks, and advises residents, businesses, and other stakeholders on preservation laws.

Dean has served as Research Chair at Marshy Point Nature Center since 2020, where he has worked on numerous projects that showcase the area’s heritage. Among other work, he oversaw the progression of the park’s registered archaeology site; explored various sections of parkland for historical evidence; and documented the park’s history through visual presentations, articles, and other activities.

“I am delighted to nominate Mr. Dean for this importance position that helps preserve Baltimore County’s heritage,” said Councilman Marks, who previously served as vice chairman of the Baltimore County Historical Trust.

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