Independent Candidate Scott Collier Calls for New Program
Posted by Buzz Beeler on 20th January 2017

October 24, 2014 9:56 am ET

‘Trash to Cash” concept being touted

Source: Independent Candidate Scott Collier Calls for New Program


One of Many Reasons SCOTT COLLIER is Your Best Choice for State Senate

District 6, I greatly appreciate everyone who has expressed an interest in my run for state Senate. I’ve received strong support from Democrats and Republicans alike and every Independent I’ve spoken to has been very supportive as well. I’m pleased my message is resonating diversely and I look forward to working together for real solutions with residents, community groups and their leaders as well as the business community.

On October 7th at The Dundalk Chamber of Commerce forum at CCBC, I spoke of my “Trash 2 Cash” program that creates jobs and saves taxpayers millions of dollars annually in waste management costs while generating millions more for our community who will reap huge financial rewards by recycling responsibly. I’ve contacted Dundalk United and The Save Fort Howard Project because I want proceeds from the program to be used to stop the redevelopment of The North Point Government Center as well as rightfully supporting the fight to keep the V. A. property at Fort Howardexclusively for veterans. If implemented properly (which I will ensure), money will be available for local environmental groups to restore Maryland’s beautiful Chesapeake Bay and will END THE RAIN TAX, grow jobs and stimulate our economy. Everyone wins including Mother Nature, as homeowners, business owners, and community activists like myself, begin working together for real solutions for the betterment of our community and a brighter future for you, your family and future generations to come.

Find Scott Collier on DundalkTV YouTube, or call 410-818-9733.

On November 4th, remember SCOTT COLLIER is your best choice for State Senate!

Authority: Friends of Scott Collier; Lou Botteon, Treas.

Marcia Lewandowskitressa926@gmail.com410-371-2050

(Note: This article was published as written by the candidate.)

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