Balancing budget priorities – Commentary by Allan Kittleman

Balancing budget priorities – Commentary by Allan Kittleman

The following is a letter written by County Executive Allan Kittleman and published by the Howard County Times on March 23rd, 2017.  I visited New York City Wednesday, March 22 with Council Chairman Jon Weinstein and Council member Greg Fox to present Howard...
Fixing Howard’s ‘tiers’

Fixing Howard’s ‘tiers’

The following is a letter to the editor published by The Howard County Times on March 3, 2017 and written by County Executive Allan Kittleman. Click here to read the article on the Howard County Times’ website. Five years ago, the state of Maryland passed a law...
Howard County Times Editorial: The State of the County Is Sound

Howard County Times Editorial: The State of the County Is Sound

“Smooth Jazz, Smooth Beverage, Smooth Ship….” Those were the words in the cartoon accompanying the Howard County Times Editorial Board’s latest editorial used to describe the County Executive’s 2017 State of the County address given last...
Allan Kittleman Gives Third State of the County Address

Allan Kittleman Gives Third State of the County Address

On Thursday, February 16th, for the third time in his tenure as County Executive, Allan Kittleman stepped before a packed Chamber Luncheon and declared “the state of the county is strong!” as part of his annual State of the County address. Let me start by...
Kittleman Requests Funds to Help Ellicott City Rebuild

Kittleman Requests Funds to Help Ellicott City Rebuild

In the hours and days after the historic flood that ravaged Old Ellicott City and tragically took two lives, Howard County Executive Allan Kittleman made a commitment to rebuild. Six months into the effort, Kittleman remains focused on that commitment. As proof, the...
Kittleman to Build New Ellicott City Courthouse, Save Taxpayer Funds

Kittleman to Build New Ellicott City Courthouse, Save Taxpayer Funds

Howard County Executive Allan Kittleman will use an innovative system of financing to replace the old courthouse in Ellicott City with a modern $139 million building in Columbia. He will finance the project using a public-private partnership (P3) approach in which the...