Dear Citizens of the 10th District:
Having taught for twenty-three years, I have come
to realize the strong correlation between: education,
job and economic development and public safety.
If we wish to have a strong community, we must develop
a responsive and flexible public educational system;
focused more on fairness and ability and less on
Listening to many of you and traveling the district,
I have come away with the message that there is a
need for stronger code enforcement and for impact
fees to accompany the new development to offset the
strain to our already outdated and over burdened
The lack of efficient and well thought out public
transportation as well as recreation for our teens
and young adults are closely related to public safety
The state can better interface with county government
to create adequate transportation and recreational
zones that will serve the citizens of District 10
and challenge the energy of our young citizens.
Our most cherished resources, our senior citizens
can play a major role in mentoring our youth by creating
a District wide foster grand parent program, that
would be both spiritually and financially rewarding;
as we create youth centers in the four corners of
Lastly, when you bestow upon me the privilege of
representing you in the Maryland Legislature: I promise
I will establish a Compass Committee that will meet
with me each month to chart the direction you wish
our district to go as we move to enhance state services
and interface with county and federal government
to make District 10 a livable community.
Stephanie A. Boston,
Candidate for Senator for District 10.