budget approved, Council meeting Monday, July town hall

I hope you had a pleasant 4th of July. While it was nice to spend time with family, my thoughts were with the staff at The Capital. They are our friends, family, and voice of our community. I’m tired of these types of tragedies, and will do what I can to build a better world where people come before guns, and civility comes before aggression.

I have a few updates from the last Council meeting where the budget passed, information on Monday night’s Council meeting, and some assorted community notes. Please note that I will be holding my second town hall meeting on July 25th from 6-8 at the Eastport-Annapolis Neck Library.

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Final budget vote Monday night

I hope you are enjoying this beautiful June weather. I’ve had to force myself to take breaks from budget analysis and have managed to take a few nice canoe and bike rides with my son. Unfortunately, I’ve fallen woefully behind on my emails, so I do apologize if you’ve noticed that delay. Definitely looking forward to us passing a budget this Monday night so I can get caught up on things and spend more time with family. Before I get into things I also wanted to highlight that on July 25th, from 6-8pm at the Eastport library, I will be holding my second town hall meeting.

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Hearings on foam ban and budget/tax increase

There's a lot to discuss this week. On Monday we have the second public hearing on the proposed FY19 budget and the associated tax increase, as well as a hearing on my proposed ordinance that would prohibit the sale of single-use polystyrene foam (think foam takeout containers and cups). We also have a One Annapolis meeting on Wednesday that I will give you information about.

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Public hearing on budget, foam ban to be introduced

May is proving to be a busy month. This Monday will be your first opportunity to testify on the proposed tax increase and the City’s FY19 budget. I’ll give you more information about this and on a new ordinance I’ve introduced along with County Councilman Trumbauer to ban single-use foam in the City and County.

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Budget, Earth Day, & more Council news for Ward 7

I want to give a big “thank you” to everyone who came out to my first Ward 7 Town Hall meeting. We had a great turnout and a very lively discussion. I feel so fortunate to be representing such wonderful people. The next Town Hall is scheduled for Wednesday, July 25th from 6-8pm at the Eastport-Annapolis Neck Community Library.

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Here are some updates for you this week.

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Council meeting Monday, Forest Drive Sector Study meeting, & more

This weekend’s update has information on our next Council meeting, your last opportunity to speak out against school overcrowding, information about the Forest Drive Sector Study, and more.  

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Need to hear from parents, next Council meeting, & more

This month our Council meetings are on back-to-back Mondays, hence this extra newsletter. Here's some information on that and more.

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School capacity, 1st Town Hall meeting, details on next Council meeting

I hope everyone is having a pleasant March. I have a number of important updates, including information on my first Ward 7 Town Hall meeting, a public hearing Monday on an ordinance seeking to address school overcrowding, and more. Please reach out if you have any questions about anything. 

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Ward 7 newsletter - School overcrowding and Bay Ridge lighting

It has been nearly three months, and I’m really enjoying representing you and serving you on the Council. It is truly an honor. I’ve been quite busy and wanted to give you a few updates.

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Ward 7 newsletter - Market house final vote? and more

Happy Friday everyone. Here are a few updates from the City Council. First, the big one:

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