Curtis Beulah, Harford County Councilman Representing District F
About Curtis Beulah:
As a 31-year resident of Harford County, I have watched the county grow significantly. We live in the best county in Maryland, with the beautiful Chesapeake Bay, historic Havre de Grace, pristine farmland, and the premiere United States Aberdeen Proving Ground military facility. We have so much to be thankful for in Harford County! We are truly blessed!
My 12 years of military service coupled with my 30 years as a small business owner, has given me a strong background to effectively work with the citizens and businesses that call Harford County home. The last 3 ½ years serving on the Harford County Council has given me a deeper respect and a greater understanding of local law enforcement, fire fighters, EMS personnel, educators, churches, elected officials, businesses, non-profit organizations and community-minded citizens who voluntarily devote their time, energy, and resources to making Harford County a better and safer place to live! These citizens and organizations are the foundation of our community and I humbly applaud the men and women who selflessly serve us each day!
It has been an honor and a blessing to my wife, Jean and I, to represent and support the citizens of Harford County! Together, we have made a great deal of progress, but there is much more work to be done. I am looking forward to serving you as your Harford County Councilman in District F for another 4 years. The practical experience of serving Harford County citizens has made me a much more effective councilman today…BECAUSE EXPERIENCE MATTERS!
The Political Issues
Public Safety – Safe communities are essential to retaining Harford County citizens, attracting new residents, and stimulating economic development. I support law the coordinated efforts between the Glassman Administration, the Harford County Council, law enforcement, the Board of Education and the School Board’s recommendation for Safety Resource Officers in our schools to provide a safer learning environment to protect the children, teachers, and staff. I am in favor of providing Law enforcement with the additional resources they need to eradicate gang violence and continue to attack the opioid and heroin epidemics that plague Harford County.
Schools and Education – Harford County Public Schools are among the best in the state. I have advocated for increased teacher pay to retain our quality teachers and continue to offer programs like STEM that encourage academic excellence. Our schools need enhanced technology for our students and a stronger emphasis placed on technical skills and vocational training.
Planning and Zoning – I am an advocate of protecting our Property rights, as one of the cornerstones of our American freedoms. Harford County’s growth needs to demonstrate a balance between improved county development areas while preserving Harford County’s agricultural roots and preserving our treasured Chesapeake Bay watershed. I believe that great opportunities for growth and an improved tax base lie in the County’s Development Envelope, in Harford County Enterprise Zones and especially along our Rt. 40 corridor.
Economic Development – Economic Development is an essential component to a healthy and vibrant Harford County. We need to aggressively promote the attributes of Harford County to attract new residents and businesses, such as the quality of our education system, the safe environment provided our residents, our excellent Sheriff’s office and law enforcement team, historic Havre de Grace, the modern village community setting in Abingdon, the natural beauty of our treasured Chesapeake Bay, and our agricultural heritage, just to name a few. We need to provide incentive packages for businesses offering skilled labor opportunities that include special financing and tax credits with an efficient process to make for a smooth transition to their new home. I will work with the Glassman Administration and County Council members to promote this opportunity. The re-development of the Science and Technology Corridor (Rt. 40) is essential to future economic and business growth in Harford County and should be given high priority.
County Roads – Improvements are needed in Harford County to ensure safe and efficient public transportation, bus stops and vital road surface quality. EMS and Fire Department personnel depend on quality roadways and a smooth flow of traffic to minimize response time to save lives and ensure our safety. I will continue to advocate for increased funding for road improvements with our Harford County delegation in Annapolis. I am currently working with the Glassman Administration and the State Highway Administration to address areas of concern with several of our roadways and intersections in District F.
Small Business – As a business owner for 30+ years, I am on the front lines of dealing with the economic challenges Harford County employers and employees face. I am strongly in favor of incentives to promote business ownership. I know what it is to sign a paycheck and create jobs. Small business is the backbone of our economy and a thriving business environment lessens dependence on government programs and produces revenue to support a strong tax base in Harford County. I will continue to work with the Glassman Administration in Harford County and our State Delegation to promote a business-friendly environment.
Property Taxes – I oppose increases in property taxes in Harford County. Residential property owners account for 77% of Harford County's tax revenue. Harford County businesses are also strong generators of tax revenue for Harford County. I will continue to advocate for bringing more businesses with skilled labor jobs to Harford County.
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* Information from the State Board of Elections website.
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Committee To Elect Curtis Beulah, Frannie DiNatale, CPA, Treasurer.
P.O. Box 105
Abingdon, Maryland 21009