West Towson resident Tim Tenne spent 20 years in the Air Force. During his service as a pilot and colonel, he moved 13 times, so he has seen a lot when it comes to the different ways in which communities are managed, governed and grown. He and his wife, Andrea, have two sons in college; have started a business, T3 Run – a running event service; and he is working with the Federal Aviation Administration. The Tennes are happily settled into their long-term home, and Tim wants to help ensure the best and brightest path for Towson’s future.
Tim was recently chosen as chairman of a new Baltimore County Committee tasked with looking at the logistics of making Towson a separate council district. The committee has been pulled together through the office of Baltimore County Councilman David Marks, who has proposed a nine-member council (instead of seven) to make it happen, http://bsun.md/1PdETG0. Transparency and public participation are foundations for the group. The committee has four members, and would like to add more. The goal is to assemble a team with diversity of backgrounds, interests and political leanings to represent Towson as a whole. The group is enthusiastic and invested in their mission.