Kevin B. Kamenetz is the County Executive of Baltimore County, Maryland, serving since 2010. He is a member of the Democratic Party. He previously served as a four-term County Councilman representing the Second District of Baltimore County.
Baltimore County ExecutiveKevinKamenetz today announced the start of construction for the centerpiece building at Owings Mills Metro Centre, a transit oriented town center. The... - 07.29.2011, YouTube
30.10.2012 [Patch.com] - "We've done this in the past and we understand that this most recent storm created disruptions all across the region," County ExecutiveKevinKamenetz said in a statement. "Our crews are working all across the County, and I want to make sure that we
30.10.2012 [Baltimore Sun] - At a press briefing Monday late afternoon, County ExecutiveKevinKamenetz commended residents for their handling of the storm — namely getting out of the way. At that time, Kamenetz, Police Chief Jim Johnson and Fire Chief Fred Hohman reported no
30.10.2012 [CBS Local] - As the day progressed, there were still many cars out on the roads, and that's not OK with County ExecutiveKevinKamenetz who has been managing emergency operations and preparing for the worst Sandy has to offer. “This storm is going to be different
30.10.2012 [Equities.com] - The county has requested special high-water vehicles from the Maryland National Guard to reach people in cases of emergencies, said County ExecutiveKevinKamenetz. Area hospitals continued to care for the sick Monday, despite a storm roaring outside.
05.10.2012 [Baltimore Sun (blog)] - Baltimore County Council Chairwoman Vicki Almond is questioning why County ExecutiveKevinKamenetz hasn't spoken out about a local referendum campaign linked to developers. The petition drive, which seeks to put zoning decisions in Almond's and
03.03.2010 by ectblog05 He is urging Councilman KevinKamenetz (D-2) to run for the Baltimore County Executive position this year. I think Kevin will get out and share his vision with the public and show his leadership abilities. And at the end of the day, ...
19.10.2012 [Daily Record (subscription)] - Kamenetz names N. Scott Phillips to Baltimore County Planning Board. N. Scott Phillips, an attorney and resident of Woodstock, has been appointed by Baltimore County ExecutiveKevinKamenetz to a vacant seat on the Baltimore County Planning Board.
13.01.2012 [Baltimore Business Journal] - Dan Gundersen in June became director of the county's Department of Economic Development, assuming what he calls County ExecutiveKevinKamenetz's “laser-like focus” on jobs. To Gundersen, though, that focus means ignoring a national trend in which
27.01.2012 [Daily Record (subscription)] - Last night's keynote, Baltimore County ExecutiveKevinKamenetz, came prepared with a basket of rolls to fire back at the crowd. Throwing rolls is indicative of the general mood at the Prom. Even though everyone is dressed in their finest black-tie
26.10.2012 [Daily Record (subscription)] - N. Scott Phillips, of Woodstock, has been appointed by Baltimore County ExecutiveKevinKamenetz to a vacant seat on the Baltimore County Planning Board. Phillips, an attorney, concentrates his legal practice on business development for minority firms.
18.10.2012 [Daily Record (subscription)] - This week, Baltimore County ExecutiveKevinKamenetz helped to open a Walmart Supercenter in the Liberty Plaza Shopping Center in Randallstown. The mega-store that will be open 24/7 was installed in a space left vacant by a grocery store. More than
05.10.2012 [Daily Record (subscription)] - “It's wonderful to see NDX not only headquartered in Catonsville, but expanding in Catonsville,” said Baltimore County ExecutiveKevinKamenetz, who joined the celebration. “NDX is a locally owned business whose growth mirrors the thriving professional
11.10.2012 [Baltimore Jewish Times (subscription)] - The group has also called for County ExecutiveKevinKamenetz to take a stance on the issue, but his representative said it is too early in the process to get involved. “If the referendum is successful it will set a precedent whereby communities will