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Kittleman Files First Responder Tax Credit Legislation

Legislation aims to help encourage first responders to live in Howard County. In December, County Executive Kittleman filed legislation (Council Bill 7 – 2018) that creates a $2,500 property tax credit for first responders who live and work in Howard County. Last year, the General Assembly enacted legislation which grants local jurisdictions the ability to create […]

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5 Things You Need To Know About The Kittleman Rain Tax Repeal Bill

Recently, County Executive Allan Kittleman announced a proposal to phase out the Watershed Protection and Restoration Fee – better known as the “Rain Tax.” If approved by the County Council, Howard County will instead pay for storm-water remediation efforts using the general fund. What that means is that under the proposal, instead of residents and businesses […]

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Kittleman Expands Howard County Food Bank

In a sign of his dedication to delivering “good government” services, County Executive Allan Kittleman recently announced $290,000 to renovate and expand the local Howard County food bank. He reminded residents that “in an affluent … county like Howard, we can forget that people suffer setbacks, go without basic necessities and lack adequate housing. We need […]

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Baltimore Sun: Catonsville Republican files for District 12 Senate race

http://touch.baltimoresun.com/#section/-1/article/p2p-79150110/ Catonsville Republican files for District 12 Senate race Catonsville resident Jesse Pippy, a Republican, recently filed as a candidate to challenge incumbent Democrat Edward Kasemeyer for his seat in the state Senate. By Amanda Yeager, ayeager@tribune.com Jesse Pippy grew up a “military brat,” living in several states, Europe and Asia. Now, settled in Catonsville, […]

Meet Jesse Pippy, candidate for Maryland Senate – District 12

Born into a military family, I learned the importance of public service at a young age. My father was an Air Force officer and my mother a social worker primarily working with inner city youth. The military moved my family throughout the United States, Europe, and Asia, exposing me to a wide variety of cultures. […]