Baltimore County Fire Chief Rund to retire in July

TOWSON, MD—Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski on Monday made two senior leadership announcements. Baltimore County Fire Department Chief Joanne Rund on Monday announced her plans to retire from County service, effective July 2024. Additionally, Kimberly Routson will serve as acting director of Government Affairs. Routson will succeed Jennifer Aiosa who has departed from her role as of director of Government […]

NOW YOU KNOW: School Choice Will Help Students, Families, and Teachers

The following is an education update from Delegates Kathy Szeliga and Ryan Nawrocki. With the 2023-2024 school year coming to a close, it’s essential to talk about the education crisis in Maryland and how to address it. The Blueprint for Maryland Schools was passed several years ago in Annapolis to address declining student achievement in science, math, and literacy skills. […]

NOW YOU KNOW: Annapolis’ efforts to make housing in Maryland unaffordable

The following is a legislative update from Delegates Kathy Szeliga and Ryan Nawrocki. For the last five years or more, many bills have been passed in Annapolis regarding rental properties and landlord and tenant issues. Many small mom-and-pop landlords have sold their properties because lawmakers have made it difficult to own rental properties. Of course, no one supports or wants […]

NOW YOU KNOW: Baltimore County speed camera bill on life support

The following is an update from Delegates Kathy Szeliga and Ryan Nawrocki. Delegates Kathy Szeliga and Ryan Nawrocki have been extremely concerned about a bill that has been reintroduced this session in the General Assembly. The bill would allow unlimited speed cameras to be placed across Baltimore County. HB58, Baltimore County—Speed Monitoring Systems—Residential Districts, authorizes the use of speed monitoring […]