What Will You Ask Ken Ulman?

The county executive will invite resident to ask him questions Monday night.


Do you have an issue you wish county government would resolve?

Or is there something great it’s already doing, and you want to shine a light on it?

Tonight (Monday) is your chance.

County Executive Ken Ulman is holding his , where six county department heads will join him.

The event starts at 7 p.m. and is at the Center in Columbia, at 6692 Cedar Ln.

Last year, the forum started a county-wide discussion on the .

Tell us your questions for Ulman in our comment section too. What issues would YOU like to see raised?

Elkridge Patch Editor Elizabeth Janney will be covering the event and reporting on what she hears. Are you on Twitter? Use the hashtag #ulmanforum so others who can’t make it can follow it from afar. 

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Greg Gallagher July 24, 2012 at 03:37 AM
Funny I did not get the reminder until today as well. However, I would like to know about the over development and the crime it has brought with it. I moved away from 108 and 175 because of this. ken supposedly ran on the platform of NOT over developing HoCo. Funny it seems like that's all there is lately. And I agree with an earlier poster about the 55+ please dont tell me that HoCo doesnt influence that.
Greg Gallagher July 24, 2012 at 03:44 AM
I have to add that I am deeply disappointed in Ken (and crew). He just seems like a sell out at this juncture.All this over development without proper infrastructure has caused more problems than good. Not enough police, improper road control, etc...
anon July 24, 2012 at 04:18 AM
Greg - I agree with you entirely. I have witnessed our county decline exponentially with overdevelopment. What happened to his environmental protection platform? Pushed aside to permit even more crazy infill development on College Avenue. And crime? I'm actually afraid to take a walk on my street after 7 pm. Trash lined streets, graffiti covered park entrances. Is this Ellicott City? Who's choosing civility now?
Adam R July 24, 2012 at 10:44 AM
Ulman's sound bite being blasted all over the county annoys me. "with every tragedy like Aurora we redouble our efforts". Is that like rolling the dice two times each turn in Monopoly so you can get around the board faster and buy more properties? A better answer would be we are doing everything humanly possible within our budget to prepare so we can keep our citizens safe every night!
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