Stephen Burdette

March 07, 1993

I reside in the Majors Choice section of Bel Air and recently filed for election to the Bel Air Board of Town Commissioners . . . I am a registered architect and senior associate for the architectural firm of Anshel and Allen.

Among my community interests, I have served on the Major's Choice Homeowners Association Board and Bel Air Historic District Commission. While serving on the Historic District Commission, I developed the "History Mystery Tour" to promote recognition of existing historic structures and elements of historic detail . . . I believe that we must make every effort to preserve the character of historic Bel Air.

I have served on the Maryland Governor's Conference for Libraries and Information Services and strongly feel that the Bel Air Commissioners should work with the county government to assist the library system in its decision to stay in Bel Air.

Bel Air's present level of services can be maintained through proper planning efforts and management . . . My knowledge of the Americans with Disabilities Act and its impact on our community environment is needed to lead Bel Air in its commitment to comply with barrier-free regulations.

I further believe that an architectural background and leadership responsibilities in the architectural profession will contribute to a "more cohesive" Town Commission and a positive future for Bel Air.

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