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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
Welcome Sprouts!
Sprouts, a new restaurant offering healthy vegetarian alternatives to favorite meals, opened this week on Frederick Road.

This new restaurant is a great addition to the vibrant small business community in Catonsville.

Check out this article about their philosophy and offerings, and then stop by for a smoothie or sandwich! 

Between Election Day last week and the Fourth of July this week, our summer is shaping up to be a busy one!

Thank you to everyone who found time on Tuesday or during early voting to make their way to the polls.  Unfortunately, local elections do not attract as many voters as national ones, but that means that your vote, the conversations you have with family and friends about voting, and the work our volunteers do matter even more!
Elections results in District 1
Tom and one of our great volunteers on Election Day at Catonsville High School.
When the polls closed at 8 pm on Tuesday, one campaign season ended but another is beginning. 

This November, Tuesday's winners will be on the ballot again, and the choices we make will have an impact on our community here in Southwest Baltimore County.

Congratulations to the winners and to all the candidates who ran on their values and ideas for our community.  

In District 12, Clarence Lam, Terri Hill, and Eric Ebersole will continue on to November, alongside our current state senator Ed Kasemeyer.  
In District 44B, current delegate Shirley Nathan-Pulliam is the Democratic nominee for State Senate, and Charles Sydnor, III came in first in the race for delegate.  The second place spot is still up for grabs -- in a contest between Patrick Young, Jr. and Aaron Barnett, absentee ballots are being counted.

You can find complete results from last Tuesday at this Board of Elections website here.
News on Catonsville Elementary School
Community Input Meeting on July 15

The first community input meeting about the new Catonsville Elementary School will be held at Catonsville High School on July 15th.  
The new Catonsville Elementary School is expected to open in August 2016 at the Bloomsbury Community Center.  The first design will be presented to the Board of Education on July 8th.  This new school will have 700 seats and air conditioning. Along with other new schools and additions in Southwest Baltimore County, this new school will fundamentally solve our overcrowding problem.  
For more information, read this article in the Baltimore Sun and plan to attend the input meeting on July 15th.