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Thursday, October 12, 12:29pm

Sen. Bill Ferguson and Delegates Clippinger, Lewis, and I submitted comments to the Kirwan Commission today, the day of its public hearing in Baltimore City.  Download the comments HERE.

 

October 12, 2017 - District 46 Delegation Comments to the Kirwan Commission

Wednesday, October 4, 9:59am
October is always one of the nicest months in Baltimore - and with Free Fall Baltimore in full swing, there is so much to do! I hope you'll join me at one of my many upcoming events in District 46! You can find a variety of events taking place all around the district on theevents page of my website - and we are adding more every week!
 
Wednesday, September 6, 10:13am

Friends & Neighbors,

And just like that, summer is over (unofficially at least) - and wow, was it a busy one for me and for many of you! Best of luck to all those moms and dads and grandparents sending their children off to school today - I hope it's a great school year.

Wednesday, August 30, 3:02pm

In case you missed it, I wanted to let you know that an op-ed I wrote was published in the Baltimore Sun on August 28! You can read it here:

http://www.baltimoresun.com/news/opinion/oped/bs-ed-op-0828-school-start-20170825-story.html.

Saturday, August 26, 9:09pm

This fall, Delegate Brooke Lierman is holding a series of Community Conversations in District 46 - and all residents of the district are invited to attend one! These events will feature a chance to hear from Brooke and to engage with leaders of some of our agencies. Information on employment, rec & parks, public transportation, schools, and more will be available. There will be a Q & A session at every Community Conversation.
 

Details:

October 17 - Patterson Park Public Charter School - 6 - 8 p.m.

Monday, July 17, 10:36am

Today, Team 46 offers a framework and concrete ideas for moving forward to combat the crime plaguing our streets and to create safe and healthy neighborhoods. This is not the beginning of the conversation, and it’s certainly not the end: these are our thoughts after talking with many individuals engaged every day in this work - and we look forward to hearing your thoughts as well. We propose these ideas for the purpose of starting a discussion that government, civic, and business leaders must have now so that we can address violence and crime head-on.

Friday, June 30, 2:16pm

Friends & Neighbors:

Thursday, June 29, 11:37am

I was delighted to stand with the other members of Team 46 - Bill Ferguson, Luke Clippinger, and Robbyn Lewis - on Tuesday night to kick off our campaign together! We are a great team, working together in Annapolis and in Baltimore for the people of District 46 and Baltimore, and so we are proud to be working together to ask for the votes of District 46 voters. The primary election is in one year - June 26, 2018! Our kickoff, held on a beautiful night in the Baltimore Visitor Center, brought together supporters from all over the district and Baltimore. It was wonderful to have so many people come out to show support - thank you!! 

Friday, June 23, 5:32pm

After a few days over 90 degrees, I think summer has arrived in Maryland! My May was filled with community meetings and discussions of session, and June started off with an incredibly memorable day at Federal Hill Park for my third annual free Community Picnic in the Park. Breaking down invisible barriers between neighborhoods is a job I take seriously – my Community Picnic invites residents from all over the district (and City) to come together for an opportunity to learn about some great non-profits, meet elected officials, and enjoy some great food and good fun.  This year’s picnic was hugely successful and very sunny!

Tuesday, April 11, 10:32am

After a demanding 90 days, the General Assembly’s 2017 legislative session has ended. From January 11th-April 10th, the General Assembly met to debate and pass bills that affect residents across the State, including the FY18 operating and capital budgets. I have continued to advocate for causes important to Baltimore, including more efficient and effective transportation, criminal justice reform, environmental issues, and support for Baltimore City and its schools. I am excited to share my third End of Session Report to keep you updated on my work in Annapolis this year. 

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