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August 6, 2008
on August 4, 2008, Barbara Stephenson McIntire A memorial service will be 1:00 P.M. Friday August 8, 2008 at the Saint Matthew's Episcopal Church, 126 East Liberty St., Oakland, MD. In lieu of flowers, memorials to Ruth Enlow Library, Oakland, MD. David A. Burdock Funeral Home, P.A., 21 N. Second St., Oakland, MD is in charge of arrangements.
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By Justin Fenton, The Baltimore Sun | March 31, 2011
Two area attorneys were charged in federal court this week in unrelated child pornography cases, according to records. David Bart Goldstein, a former partner with the firm of Daneker, McIntire, Schumm, Prince, Goldstein, Manning and Widmann, was charged in a criminal complaint with distributing an image of child pornography. An attorney with the firm said Goldstein resigned earlier in March for "personal reasons" and his information had been removed from the company website. In an unrelated case also filed Tuesday, Patrick Joseph Redd, a former malpractice attorney, was charged with possessing a computer with images depicting children engaged in "explicit" conduct.
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NEWS
November 16, 2003
On November 13, 2003 MARY "LIBBY" E. MCINTIRE, dear Aunt of Sister Mary Schoberg, Bernard Schoberg, Edmund Schoberg, Thomas Schoberg, Margaret Mechalske, Frances Quick, Kathleen Weller, Rosann McDairmant, Angela Norfolk and Bernadette Green. Friends may call at the family owned Ruck Towson Funeral Home, Inc., 1050 York Road (Beltway Exit 26 A) on Sunday from 3 to 6 PM. A Funeral Mass will be celebrated in the St. Agnes Church, Catonsville on Monday at 10 AM. Interment New Cathedral Cemetery.
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By Raven L. Hill, The Baltimore Sun | November 9, 2010
Republican Councilman T. Bryan McIntire is again seeking to severely restrict the number and appearance of cellular phone towers in the rural, northern section of Baltimore County, as he approaches his final weeks on the County Council. McIntire has introduced a bill that would permit such towers only by special exception and prohibit them from projecting above prominent ridges or hilltops. Towers are currently allowed to be as high as 250 feet. Though the bill's opponents argue that height restrictions would increase the number of towers, McIntire said he believes that current technology is sufficient.
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By Raven L. Hill, The Baltimore Sun | September 16, 2010
Primary elections for Baltimore County Council this week have set the stage for spirited campaigns this fall, with five contested races for open seats on the seven-member panel. Longtime Republican Councilman T. Bryan McIntire of District 3 was unable to beat back a crowded field of contenders, losing to Todd Huff in his bid for a fifth term, and District 4 Democrat Kenneth Oliver led a challenger by a slim margin with vote tallies nearly complete. Huff will face Democrat Ben Sutley in the November general election, and several of the other victors from Wednesday are now gearing up for general election campaigns.
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By Rona Kobell and Rona Kobell,SUN STAFF | January 30, 2003
Teri Jack smelled the fumes even before she read the note on her Davidsonville home's door informing her that a heating company had accidentally filled her basement with nearly 400 gallons of oil meant for a neighbor's house. She walked halfway down the stairs. The neatly tiled and carpeted basement was covered with thick oil and smelled so awful she didn't dare go farther. "I was shocked," the Anne Arundel County homeowner said yesterday. "I cried for a little bit. Then I calmed down and pulled myself together."
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By Andrew A. Green and Andrew A. Green,SUN STAFF | February 12, 2002
His 2-year-old grandson in tow, T. Bryan McIntire, a north county Republican, became the first official candidate for the Baltimore County Council yesterday. The filing deadline isn't until July 1, and McIntire is not habitually an early filer. However, the two-term incumbent, who turns 72 this month, has rankled some conservative property-rights Republicans in the rural 3rd Councilmanic District by instituting more restrictive zoning, leading to talk of a challenge in the September primary.
NEWS
October 16, 1996
BALTIMORE COUNTY Councilman T. Bryan McIntire passed a difficult test recently. Faced with pressure from individuals wanting him to act in their best interests, he acted in the public's interest.The task -- downzoning parts of rural Baltimore County -- was made tougher by the fact that the individuals seeking relief from him were mainly hard-working farmers. They fear lower housing densities will dampen their property values and harm their financial security. Mr. McIntire, however, correctly saw that his job was to make the best public policy.
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By Laura Barnhardt and Laura Barnhardt,Sun reporter | September 6, 2006
A freshly paved road would normally be a good thing for a candidate seeking re-election. But Baltimore County Councilman T. Bryan McIntire recently faced a dozen residents of the Sparks area of the county who were upset that a resurfaced road had a gritty finish and uneven edges. "I see what you mean," McIntire told the Loveton Farms residents. He promised to ask the county to come up with a better system of notifying communities of such projects in the future, and the highway officials he had brought along said they would take another look at the work in the spring.
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By Joe Nawrozki and Joe Nawrozki,SUN STAFF | September 11, 2002
John Olszewski Sr., a product of the Battle Grove Democratic Club with strong machine support on Baltimore County's east side, soundly defeated political upstart Debi Golden last night to gain his second term on the County Council representing the 7th District, which includes Dundalk. In the 3rd District, only Republicans are running and incumbent T. Bryan McIntire appeared to easily beat two challengers with 38 of 43 precincts in to claim the council seat. With 28 of 31 precincts in from the 7th, Olszewski was leading Golden by a comfortable margin of more than 3-to-1.
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By Raven L. Hill, The Baltimore Sun | September 16, 2010
Primary elections for Baltimore County Council this week have set the stage for spirited campaigns this fall, with five contested races for open seats on the seven-member panel. Longtime Republican Councilman T. Bryan McIntire of District 3 was unable to beat back a crowded field of contenders, losing to Todd Huff in his bid for a fifth term, and District 4 Democrat Kenneth Oliver led a challenger by a slim margin with vote tallies nearly complete. Huff will face Democrat Ben Sutley in the November general election, and several of the other victors from Wednesday are now gearing up for general election campaigns.
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By Raven L. Hill, The Baltimore Sun | September 15, 2010
The Baltimore County Council will have a substantially different makeup next year, as longtime Republican T. Bryan McIntire appears to have lost his seat and Democrat Kenneth Oliver is in a tough race to keep his own. A majority of seats on the seven-member panel were up for grabs with four council members deciding not to seek another term. About 90 percent of precincts were reporting results by daybreak, and Democratic Councilman John Olszewski of District 7 was the only incumbent with a sizable lead.
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By Michael Dresser, The Baltimore Sun | June 20, 2010
It's always hard for an older person to make the life-altering decision to give up the car keys and concede that age has eroded the ability to drive safely. It's even harder when that person is a local elected official juggling a constant stream of urgent constituent requests to attend events. That's the issue facing 80-year-old Baltimore County Councilman T. Bryan McIntire, who has had five crashes in the past seven years, including one in a county-issued car earlier this month.
NEWS
By Bryan P. Sears, Patuxent Publishing | June 4, 2010
Four-term Baltimore County Councilman Bryan McIntire was involved in a two-car accident Thursday evening in Timonium. There were no injuries to McIntire or the as-yet unidentified driver of the other car. Details were incomplete, but Lt. Robert McCullough, a county police spokesman, confirmed the accident late Friday afternoon. He said McIntire was traveling southbound on Jenifer Road when he attempted to make a left turn onto Timonium Road. "He failed to give the right of way and pulled out in front of another car," McCullough said.
NEWS
By Nick Madigan and Nick Madigan,nick.madigan@baltsun.com | October 7, 2008
By the time the Baltimore County Council wrapped up last night, T. Bryan McIntire, the panel's elder statesman, was reminded all too clearly what it's like to have a cause no one else believes in. McIntire had suggested putting the brakes on the scrolling billboards on the sides of trucks that often hawk strip clubs and other facile entertainments. But not one of McIntire's six colleagues on the council so much as seconded his proposal. After an awkward silence, McIntire said he would withdraw his bill, but he then began to make a case for it again.
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By Nick Madigan and Nick Madigan,nick.madigan@baltsun.com | August 24, 2008
The Baltimore County Council faces a busy schedule Tuesday, with action expected on more than 600 requests for changes as officials seek to complete the county's official zoning map, a redrawing process undertaken every four years. At its 6 p.m. meeting, the council will consider amending the zoning classification of individual properties after hearing recommendations from the county Planning Board. The council, which may reject or change any of the planners' suggestions, will adopt a separate map for each council district.
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By Dennis O'Brien and Dennis O'Brien,SUN STAFF | November 10, 2000
In a high-stakes battle over development in the Green Spring Valley, the developers of a proposed office complex on Falls Road accused a Baltimore County councilman yesterday of blocking the project in exchange for a campaign contribution. Lawyers for the owners of Greenspring Racquet Club alleged in Baltimore County Circuit Court that Councilman T. Bryan McIntire accepted a $3,000 campaign contribution from an "ardent opponent" of the project a few months before he introduced a measure that killed it. Robert H. Freilich, a lawyer for William and Loretta Hirshfeld, told Judge John F. Fader II that the contribution June 19, 1998, was made by J. Patrick Mullan, whose Lutherville real estate company they called an "economic competitor."
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By Alan J. Craver and Alan J. Craver,Staff Writer | March 25, 1992
DARLINGTON -- In three years, Jerry M. Scarborough has gone from the top gun in the state police to odd man out.The Harford County resident was named the state police Trooper of the Year in 1989 for the dozens of drunken-driving arrests he made.Now, he is fighting for his job, feuding with neighbors and facing six months' probation for poisoning three dogs that lived on his street.Mr. Scarborough was sentenced March 11 to supervised probation and ordered to pay $321 restitution to the owners of the three poisoned dogs.
NEWS
August 6, 2008
on August 4, 2008, Barbara Stephenson McIntire A memorial service will be 1:00 P.M. Friday August 8, 2008 at the Saint Matthew's Episcopal Church, 126 East Liberty St., Oakland, MD. In lieu of flowers, memorials to Ruth Enlow Library, Oakland, MD. David A. Burdock Funeral Home, P.A., 21 N. Second St., Oakland, MD is in charge of arrangements.
NEWS
By Laura Barnhardt and Laura Barnhardt,sun reporter | March 9, 2008
The Charles H. Hickey Jr. School, sitting on 220 acres in Cub Hill, is on T. Bryan McIntire's list. So are more than 600 acres of the Gunpowder State Park and the 55 acres used as the county dump. The Baltimore County councilman is looking to change the zoning on dozens of state- and county-owned properties in northern Baltimore County so that if the land is ever sold, fewer houses could be built in those areas. "I saw the threat of this land being sold to developers with the Hickey school," said McIntire, a north county Republican.
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