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Mary Smith July 08, 2014 at 01:47 PM
I would love a TraderJoes
Patricia Delaha July 11, 2014 at 09:56 PM
Trader Joe's or MOM's! :-)
SewBee July 12, 2014 at 07:24 PM
I would like a Mom's Organic or Whole Foods
Heather Patti July 07, 2014 at 09:26 PM
I left a reply to "You" but it's been deleted for some reason. Oh well. Come and getRead Moreme... but know that a) I'm no hippie.. very conservative and lived in the area my whole life and b) I am not afraid to exercise my 2nd amendment ;) if I feel my precious life is in danger. Oh, and I was raised to believe that "your name is everything," so I am never afraid nor will I be intimidated NOT to use my name, not even in this evil world. And lastly, while I and others can and may ignore you, this in now way precludes you from exercising your 1st amendment. You can stir up trouble even if you'd like, but I won't be a party to it. Kinda like ignoring the kid in school who hurls insults...he can say those things... but we don't have to "listen" and fall into the trap of hurling insults in return.
George Peterson July 13, 2014 at 04:47 PM
First of all folks the outlets today are not really outlets. They are high end stores that haveRead Morestu ff made specifically for the outlets (Talbots, Coldwater, etc.). Also, many of stores in outlets are junk shops with cellphone accessories, discontinued tools, cheap jewelry, and food courts with Asian food counters and a soft pretzel joint. Plus you still have to pay the MD sales tax.
Gary Elwards July 13, 2014 at 07:22 PM
Shop at outlets in PA, no sales tax on clothing. Shop at outlets in Rehoboth, no sales tax onRead Moreanythi ng.
Mr Ventor July 04, 2014 at 12:54 PM
take off work in this economy? come on you must have a personal dog in the fight. we need jobs notRead Moreh ouses.
Kim Ruark June 15, 2014 at 10:09 PM
I would love help with those things, Mrs. Schillinger! And I bet you have the positive ability andRead Moree nergy to get stuff done! Best wishes.
Kevin Francis Marron June 24, 2014 at 12:00 PM
I agree I am in position to become County Executive and retire from my present job dedicating fullRead Moret ime to Baltimore County Executive.I love my present job & have 33 years with BGE it is exciting times to be part of the evolution of Exelon plus the upcoming 200th anniversary of BGE is something I've looked forward to for many years.However I've found myself complaining about the way things are and blaming everyone else except myself.It is hard to step out on that branch that you know could break under you at any time but I see problems that must be addressed.I hope everyone that cans votes in the primary it is just that the primary step in changing politics for the next four years .So take sometime and vote, the county you save might be your own. Kevin Francis Marron for Baltimore County Executive Auth AnOtherKevinF.MarronFor Balto.Co.KTNMarrontreas
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