There was a DOT Public Meeting on the Midtown / Mount Royal Ave Streetscaping Plan — October 3, 2017. Several issues occurred during this meeting, which are outlined in my letter to DOT, attached below. Below are files relevant to this project:
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I am disheartened by the recommendation to cut service to the Charm City Circulator, especially the elimination of the Banner Route. The Circulator has been a shining example of how public transportation should work with reliable, safe, and clean service. It has been wildly successful and has converted many car-reliant residents into regular Circulator riders. […]
Through audit reform, our City government has a unique opportunity to further reduce property taxes and improve the quality and scope of City services. That is why I am asking your support for Ballot Question I (“aye”, not “one”) when you go to the election booth in November. As you may know, prior to joining […]
Attached please find the Health Department’s Citywide Zika plan along with two informational sheets about the Zika virus. The Citywide plan summarizes the Health Department’s strategy, developed in coordination with over 20 city agencies as well as our state and federal partners, to ensure a strong response to the threat of Zika.
Baltimore City For Immediate Release, June 8, 2016 Costello, Kraft, & Council Push for Stormwater Action On April, 18th 2016, Baltimore City Councilman Eric Costello (11th District) introduced two City Council resolutions that call for public hearings, one to collect information on how the City is spending its stormwater management fee, the other to investigate […]
Starting on Monday, May 16, BGE will be working on Randall St, Marshall St, Covington St, and Webster St, all south of Fort Ave, to install a new gas main. Service installations to individual properties are expected to on or around July 12 on E Randall St at Marshall St. Residents will be informed of when this will […]
Thank you to the voters of the 11th District for rewarding me with a full four year term. I am truly humbled by your overwhelming support. Thank you to the four candidates who ran against me. You challenged me to work harder than I could have ever imagined, and I will take that same level […]
I am proud to announce that today I was enthusiastically endorsed by The Baltimore Sun to continue as Councilman of the 11th District (full print version below.) A staple of our City, The Sun has always stepped up to the task of keeping constituents engaged and informed during each Election.
I have added my name as a co-sponsor of this important legislation. I share the belief that hard working hourly employees deserve a living wage. To that end, I applaud the intent of this bill. However, I have some reservations and concerns about the implementation and impact the legislation may have on Baltimore’s small business […]
I realize that footraces on the South Baltimore Peninsula, specifically in Locust Point, have created some issues blocking residents in the neighborhood, and thus becoming a point of contention. I met on Friday (04/08) with Charm City Run (the organizer for at least three races) to discuss concerns and ensure there is ingress / egress […]