Councilman Jon Weinstein’s Annual Community Picnic

Councilman Jon Weinstein’s Annual Community Picnic

Councilman Jon Weinstein’s
Annual Community Picnic

Benefitting the Ellicott City Recovery Fund
Sunday, Sept. 18, 1p-4p (Rain or Shine)

In light of the devastating flood in Ellicott City, this year’s annual community picnic has a special purpose. ALL proceeds will go to Historic Ellicott City’s recovery efforts. 

This is a FREE event! Donations are encouraged and will directly go to the Ellicott City Partnership. Please bring a check made out to the ECP or contribute online by clicking here (be sure to enter …

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Happy Hour Fundraiser for Councilman Jon Weinstein

Happy Hour Fundraiser for Councilman Jon Weinstein

Join Jon, HoCo District 1 Councilman, Council Vice Chair, and local business owner for a happy hour fundraiser in Historic Ellicott City at La Palapa’s. Show your support for Jon and his efforts on the Council spanning business, education, environment, budget, preserving neighborhoods, and community service.

Sponsorships:
+ Platinum: $2,000 + Gold: $1,000 + Silver: $500

Tickets:
+ Individuals: $35

Send check to:
Committee to Elect Jon Weinstein
P.O. Box 711
Ellicott City, MD 21041-0711

or contribute online and RSVP to
Jon@VoteWeinstein.com

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HCC members propose ‘citizen funded campaign system’

HCC members propose ‘citizen funded campaign system’

Via Baltimore Sun

Two Howard County Council members proposed a new publicly funded campaign system Monday that matches small campaign donations using public funds.

Proposed by Council members Jon Weinstein and Jen Terrasa, the resolution — called a “citizen funded campaign system” — is a major change to the county’s charter. If the council passes the resolution in the beginning of March, the amendment will head to the ballots this year and take effect for the 2022 election cycle.

Pushed by the Supreme Court’s Citizens United decision in …

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Howard councilman establishes ‘community cabinet’

Howard councilman establishes ‘community cabinet’

Via Baltimore Sun

Howard County Councilman Jon Weinstein is trying out a new method of collecting input from his constituents.

Weinstein, a Democrat who represents Ellicott City, Elkridge and Hanover, is assembling a “Community Cabinet,” made up of board members from local homeowners’ associations and neighborhood groups, to provide feedback and advice on local issues.

Weinstein said inspiration for the committee comes from his other job, as founder and president of consulting firm Line of Sight.

“It’s just one of those things, as you’re trying to get things done …

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