If you read the Dundalk Eagle, one might think that the 5th, 6th, and 7th districts are booming when in fact they are not, as shown by this video:
Publications should be honest with their readers.
In this column, we’ll take a look at Councilman Todd Crandell’s District 7.
Rather than do a little research, the Eagle reporters wind up pumping out the propaganda of the administration. Let’s take a closer look at the Eagle’s article on the topic.
“Councilwoman Cathy Bevins (D-6), Councilman Todd Crandell (R-7) and Councilman David Marks (R-5) attended the meeting to update the chamber on the issues impacting Baltimore County during the new legislative session.”
Now, relatively speaking, that may be a bit premature considering the legislative session isn’t over and we have no idea regarding the outcome of any legislation our four legislative reps have submitted.
We do know that State Senator James Brochin’s bill to stop the pay-to-play situation that has infested the county council has failed in, as Pat McDonough likes to call it, “the asylum.”
Both Crandell (TradePoint) and Bevins (Paragon Outlet Mall) have partaken in those situations. You didn’t read about that in the Eagle, though.
However, you did read this:
Crandell spoke, outlining his optimistic views of the future of District 7.