From Del. Pat McDonough: This story may be hard to believe, but the Governor wants to construct 40 wind turbines that are 80 stories high (think: Baltimore’s tallest building) and 20 miles out in the ocean. This has never been done before. The cost of this green pork scheme is currently calculated to be $2 […]
Have you heard the one about the Democratic Governor who is elected based on a promise to fight electric rate increases and after the election did everything in his power to INCREASE the cost of electricity for the average Maryland family? The punch line is “he was re-elected.” I think it’s quite impossible to argue […]
From Del. Kathy Szeliga: The 2013 Legislative Session is off and running! Delegate Sue Aumann and I have put together a short Youtube video about the Top 5 Issues in the General Assembly this year. There’s always a surprise issue that pops up, but these are the top 5 we see so far: 5. Wind […]
From Harford County government: Officials from the National Weather Service suspect damage to a home and trees in a Jarrettsville community were caused by a tornado Friday evening. The assessment was made late Saturday following a visit to the property located in the 2100 block of Cox Road. A home owned by Donald Alcorn, initially […]
From the offices of state Del. Rick Impallaria: Same-Sex Marriage Bill Last evening, the Judiciary Committee (JUD) and the House Health and Government Operations Committee (HGO) met around 4:30 pm, on very short notice, to vote on the same-sex marriage bill. The bill passed both the JUD and the HGO. I am providing you a […]
From Harford County government: A portion of Maryland Route 24 (Vietnam Veterans Memorial Highway) has been temporarily closed in both directions between Bel Air South Parkway and Ring Factory Road due to downed trees and utility lines. This portion of highway is expected to be closed until approximately 9:00 PM Friday evening. In addition, a […]
From the office of Del. Rick Impallaria: Annapolis Update – February 17, 2011 I’m sorry that I haven’t gotten an update out to you sooner. I was hoping that there would be some good news about the General Assembly. Unfortunately, there is none. With the re-election of Martin O’Malley and with Barack Obama in the […]
(Bel Air, MD – October 2, 2008) – – Harford County Executive David R. Craig today announced his proposal for energy initiatives to promote “Green” communities and provide tax credits. The announcement was made at the “Going $Green with Harford County Manufacturing” seminar at Harford Community College.