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Community Input Meeting on Tuesday
The first community input meeting about the new Catonsville Elementary School will be held at Catonsville High School on July 15th.  

For more information, read this article in the Baltimore Sun and plan to attend the input meeting on July 15th.
Yard signs are up!
The primary might be over, but November is closer than it seems!  If you'd like a yard sign for your house, let us know and we'll deliver it.

Just fill out this form or email

If you'd rather receive one after Labor Day, indicate this on your form and we'll deliver it then.

I hope everyone had a great Fourth of July and enjoyed the beautiful weather.  With parades in Arbutus and Catonsville and time with my family, it was a busy and great day.

This week, I wanted to highlight a couple of stories and events coming up that show how much your voice and vote make a difference in Baltimore County.
Last of the 2014 primary election results
The race for the delegate in 44B was still undecided last time you heard from us.  Charles Sydnor, III secured first place.  However, the second place slot was a close race between Aaron Barnett and Pat Young.

On July 7th, the Board of Elections finished counting absentee ballots and declared Pat Young the 34 votes.

Most elections aren't this close, but they can be.  And when they are EACH vote matters.  

If you missed the primary, make sure you are registered to vote for the general election on November 4.  You can check your voter registration status and your polling place here.

You can find complete results from last Tuesday at this Board of Elections website here.
Designs for Relay and Westowne Elementary Schools
Plan for Relay Elementary School

The designs for Relay and Westowne Elementary Schools have been released.  Both schools will accommodate 700 students, have air conditioning, and be LEED certified. Construction will take roughly 18 months and the schools are slated to open in July 2016.

These two schools are part of the plan to relieve overcrowding in Southwest Baltimore County, which also includes a new Catonsville Elementary and an addition at Westchester. 

To see the designs in more detail, you can can download the presentation at the BCPS website.