12 Facts About Kevin Kamenetz

1. Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz announced Tuesday that he will include $7 million in his budget for the design of a new 1,500 seat middle school in Perry Hall.

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2. Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz will continue a two-decades-long streak of no property and income tax rate increases when he delivers his proposed budget Thursday morning.

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3. In 2013, Mr Kevin Kamenetz received the Outstanding Performance and Community Service Award from the Baltimore County Branch of the NAACP in recognition of his outstanding leadership of Baltimore County government and the significant increases in diversity among County employees.

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4. In 2010, Mr Kevin Kamenetz received the Valleys Planning Council's McHarg award for his efforts to reduce density, protect environmentally sensitive land and watersheds, and secure Baltimore County's rural heritage.

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5. On September 18, 2017, Kevin Kamenetz announced his candidacy for Governor of Maryland in the 2018 election, currently held by Larry Hogan.

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6. In 2016, Kevin Kamenetz was elected President of the Maryland Association of Counties [12], a non-profit and non-partisan organization that serves Maryland's counties by articulating the needs of local government to the Maryland General Assembly.

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7. In 2016, Kevin Kamenetz was elected President of the Maryland Association of Counties, a nonpartisan nonprofit organization that serves Maryland's counties by articulating the needs of local government to the Maryland General Assembly.

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8. In December 2012, Kevin Kamenetz had proposed building a new fire station in Towson Manor Park, a pocket park that represented the only green space in the Towson Manor Village neighborhood.

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9. In 2013, Kevin Kamenetz received the Outstanding Performance and Community Service Award from the Baltimore County Branch of the NAACP in recognition of his outstanding leadership of Baltimore County government and the significant increases in diversity among County employees.

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10. In 2010, Kevin Kamenetz received the Valleys Planning Council's McHarg award for his efforts to reduce density, protect environmentally sensitive land and watersheds, and secure Baltimore County's rural heritage.

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11. On September 18, 2017, Kevin Kamenetz announced his candidacy for Governor of Maryland in the 2018 election, running against incumbent Larry Hogan.

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12. On September 18, 2017, Kevin Kamenetz declared his candidacy for the Democratic nomination for the 2018 Maryland Gubernatorial Election.

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