February 12, 2018


Tom Advocates for Lansdowne High School

This month, Councilman Tom Quirk pushed back against irresponsible funding for a new Dulaney High School over replacing Lansdowne High School, which is in need of extreme care, to a greater extent than Dulaney. Neither school’s full replacement was written in to the Baltimore County budget - both were set to receive renovations - but County Executive Kevin Kamenetz flipped sides to grant Dulaney a new high school while ignoring the needs of the Lansdowne community. Read more here.


November 13, 2017


Tom to run for a third term

If re-elected, Quirk said his goals include encouraging redevelopment at Security Square Mall, overseeing a controversial renovation at Lansdowne High School, turning the former Catonsville Elementary School building into a community center and developing the campus surrounding Spring Grove Hospital Center. Read more here.


January 03, 2017

Councilman Quirk gets selected as Chairman 

Quirk said he will focus on "continuing the long line of being fiscally responsible."

He also wants to make sure the county’s plans to install air conditioning in public schools continue on track. Read more here.



By Authority, Jeff Utzinger, Treasurer, Friends of Tom Quirk