Curtis Beulah, Harford County Councilman in District F
Who is Curtis Beulah?
As a 27-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 are truly blessed!
Taxes and fees have steadily increased, putting pressure on Harford County citizens’ budgets. Families are being forced to make choices about where to spend and where to cut. We cannot put more pressure on family budgets by increased government spending. Government must make choices, just like you and I do, with regard to spending and cutting and living within our means.
Harford County government needs a new voice and new ideas and I am your “Common Sense Candidate”.
As a veteran who has served our country, building a successful local small business, and serving the community for decades through my local Church and political activities, I have decided I would like to serve the citizens of Harford County on the Harford County Council. My background has uniquely prepared me to make a significant contribution to the citizens of Harford County and I want to work for you in Bel Air.
As a Father and Grandfather, I am keenly aware of the issues that are important to families in Harford County who are raising school-aged children. I am committed to bringing the highest level of quality education to the students and parents in Harford County. A quality education must remain our highest priority.
As a small business owner and employer, I am on the front lines of dealing with the economic challenges everyone faces, both employees and employers. I know how to create jobs – and we need to bring more good jobs to Harford County.
As a hard-working and honest member of our community for almost three decades, I will be the voice of the people to the Harford County Council.
I was humbled by God who allowed your support to give me the victory in the Primary. As the nominee of the Republican party in Harford County in the November 4, 2014 General Election , I would be honored to receive your vote. Regardless of your party affiliation, a vote for Curtis Beulah will be a vote for the most qualified candidate in the County Council District F race. I am your “Common Sense Candidate”.
About Curtis Beulah
I have lived in Harford County for the last 27 years. My 12 years of military service coupled with my 26 years as a small business owner, has uniquely prepared me to serve the citizens of Harford County as your next Councilman.
Endorsed by Senator Nancy Jacobs
I humbly received an endorsement from my good friend, Senator Nancy Jacobs, “The Best Person for Harford County Council District F is Curtis Beulah!”
The Political Issues
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 growth to improve county development areas while preserving Harford County’s agricultural roots and preserving our treasured Chesapeake Bay watershed.
Schools and Education – Harford County Public Schools are among the best in the state. We must maintain parity in teacher pay to keep from losing quality teachers and to continue to offer programs that encourage academic excellence. I am against the Common Core curriculum that is being passed onto our schools.
Property Taxes – I oppose increases in property taxes in Harford County. Taxpayers in Maryland have been the victims of far too many tax increases. I would look to bring more homeowners to Harford County to increase the property tax base.
Public Safety – Safe communities are vital to retaining Harford County citizens and attracting new residents. I support law enforcement’s increasing efforts to protect the public and eradicate gang violence.
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 to minimize response time in saving lives to ensure our safety.
The Rain Tax – I am opposed to the Rain Tax. This tax is disproportionately assessed on some County residents and businesses, while others are unaffected. County businesses and churches are assessed a burdensome annual levy that could cause some to close their doors, or even leave the State of Maryland, because of the inordinate amount of taxes paid by residents of this state.
Small Business – As a Husband, Father, Grandfather, Veteran and a business owner for 26+ years, 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. Government should be run like a business.
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Committee To Elect Curtis Beulah, Frannie DiNatale, CPA, Treasurer.
P.O. Box 105
Abingdon, Maryland 21009