Nicholas J. "Nick" Allen was born into a family that embodies public service. His father, Chris, is a 1986 United States Naval Academy graduate and served in the Navy. His mother, Janice, is a longtime Baltimore County Public Schools Teacher.
Last night, I joined a community meeting, along with several of my colleagues from the General Assembly and County Council, at which the White Marsh Town Center Task Force discussed their vision for the future of the White Marsh Mall and surrounding area, and answered questions from members of the community. Thank you to all who attended and to Councilman Marks and all the community organizations that helped make the meeting a reality. ... See MoreSee Less
Hate has no place in Baltimore County. I am committed to working with the Police and our communities to bring an end to the hate flyers and posters being distributed throughout Baltimore County and District 42B. As shared by the police and representatives of the Anti-Defamation League at my recent Town Hall discussing this issue, the best way to combat this disgusting behavior is by sharing information and reporting it. The recent posters put up by an extremist group with possible neo-Nazi ties are being investigated by the police. There is some good news. Sgt. Fisher of the Cockeysville Police Department shared that “Thanks to some observant citizens we do have some information to go on for who is doing this, and because they have plastered them onto public property we now have a crime to investigate.”Please continue to share what you see and where you see it so the Police can take appropriated steps to investigate and remove these signs from public property. ... See MoreSee Less