Not a lot going on today.
Larry Carson's article in today's Howard County Sun writes about how "Howard County politicians" see that the end is near for door-to-door campaigning. Larry says the end is near because Shane Pendergrass and Vernon Gray say that they don't feel door-to-door campaigning is as significant as maybe it once was. They, and Larry, are wrong. I think if Larry would've asked any of the current County Council members, I think he would've been told how key face-to-face contacts still are. Just because some politicans don't personally care for door-to-door campaigning doesn't invalidate the practice.
Oakland Mills ends its 40th birthday celebration activities today. Great day yesterday-- about 200 people attended the cake cutting and Beatles music in the courtyard (the frontman for the band looked familiar! ; ) ) and about the same number attended disco night last night.
Also from the fishwrap: folks in western Howard are upset about a proposed used car lot in Daisy. Can't say as I blame them. Seems like an odd place for a used car lot.
Working on a couple of posts for the next couple of weeks. Learning of more details regarding a possible land deal in Ellicott City. And learning more from the public safety community regarding something that could be coming to a county road near you!