News from the District, June 2014

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Voting Information
Early Voting
Bloomsbury Community Center (or one of these other sites) from June 12 - 19
10 am to 8 pm

Election Day
Your local polling place on June 24th, 7 am to 8 pm

Can you put up signs at your poll on election day?  
Can you work a poll?

Email us We'd appreciate your help. You'll get a Tom Quirk shirt for your time.
Yard signs are up!
Have you seen a Councilman Tom Quirk yard sign in your neighborhood?  In the past week, we've put over 100
signs up all over the district.  

If you'd like one for your house, let us know and we'll deliver it. Just fill out this form or email

Yesterday was the first day of early voting!  Even though I don't have a challenger for the primary, I am building up support for November already.  Come out to the polls, put up a yard sign, talk to your friends -- help us protect and continue the momentum we've seen in Southwest Baltimore County over the past four years.
Triple A Bond Rating for Baltimore County
Baltimore County continues its' traditional of fiscal responsibility

On June 5, Baltimore County received a triple A bond rating for just over $60 million in bonds.  This means that Baltimore County can issue its bonds at the lowest possible interest rate, saving tax payers over $7 million in the next six years.

A triple A bond rating is the highest rating for a municipality, and Baltimore County is one of only 38 municipalities with this recognition in the entire country.

"This triple A bond rating is an important recognition of our strong economy and commitment to fiscal responsibility here in Baltimore County," Councilman Quirk said.  "These low-interest bonds help us fund important public works and school construction projects without raising property taxes."
Honoring Our Small Businesses
Local businesses win Commercial Revitalization Impact awards

Baltimore County honored 39 small businesses at the Baltimore County Revitalization Awards on Wednesday.  A number of local businesses and leaders from Southwest Baltimore County were honored.
Best Before and After, Honored Nominee
Umami Bistro
Best Established Business, Winner
Best Service or Retailer, Winner
Outstanding Volunteers, Honored Nominee
Dan and Maude Swearingen,  Embroid-Me
Outstanding Young Entrepreneur, Winner
Sally Grace, Peace A Pizza
Best Community Event
Arbutus Arts and Crafts Festival, Winner
50th Anniversary of the Desegregation of Gwynn Oak Park, Honored Nominee
Congratulations to all the winners and nominees!  Our communities benefit greatly from the jobs you create, the products and services your provide, and the