The Harford County Delegation voted 7 to 1 last Friday to keep legislation proposed by County Executive David Craig on track which would create an Infrastructure and Facilities Capital Project Authority to fund local projects. Harford County’s state senators had voted unanimously to withdraw the senate version of the bill earlier in the week. Chairman […]
Dagger readers may remember the family of Lynne Parry. Her husband, Baltimore County Police Detective Sergeant Mark Parry was tragically killed in the line of duty in 2002. As police survivors, Lynne’s children qualified for the state-funded Edward T. Conroy Memorial Scholarship, which offsets the cost of college tuition for the families of fallen heroes […]
Mike Geppi, the youngest person ever elected to the Harford County Council, is planning another run for public office – this time aiming for the Maryland House of Delegates, where he would presumably face recently-embattled Del. Susan McComas in the 2010 District 35B Republican Primary. In a carefully-worded, carefully-timed statement issued today, Geppi and his […]
Unity was the theme of the testimony coming from the Harford County Delegation at a hearing Tuesday before the House Ways and Means Committee for the elected school board bill, HB 639.
(Bel Air, MD – February 10, 2009) – Automated phone calls were made to Harford County Republicans yesterday attacking Delegate Wayne Norman. Harford County Republican Party Chairman Kim Wagner stated, “These illegal phone calls attacking Delegate Wayne Norman are completely unacceptable. While repeatedly invoking the name of the Republican Party, they had nothing to do […]
A few hours after unauthorized “robo-calls” began targeting northern Harford residents, Del. Rick Impallaria called for yet another late meeting of the county delegation in Annapolis – this time to propose installing Dels. Dan Riley and Pat McDonough as co-chairs. When his proposal was overwhelmingly defeated, Impallaria reportedly told his fellow delegates he would “see […]
Del. J.B. Jennings said he submitted an elected school board bill today, acting on behalf of the Harford County Delegation and that the delegates were continuing to work together on amendments to other pending legislation. A meeting that went late into the night on Thursday was held between Dels. Jennings, Susan McComas, Rick Impallaria and […]
Three days after they were removed from their local leadership roles as chair and vice chair of the Harford County delegation, Dels. Susan McComas and Rick Impallaria launched a counter-attack – claiming rules violations negate their dismissal, filing an ethics complaint and vowing they will run tomorrow morning’s delegation meeting rather than their newly-chosen replacements. […]