Author: FRANK HINES

Dear Harford County We Stopped the Tire Pyrolysis Plant!

Dear Harford County Voters We Won One! This is one of the only times that the Harford County Council voted against zoning and the County Executive. Change is possible! Change will continue if you vote for me Frank “Bud” Hines for Harford County Council President. I am committed to bringing greater change to the Harford…

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Part 3 Tire Pyrolysis – The Dangers That Are Inherent as Part of a Tire Pyrolysis Plan

Background: This document is part of a three-part series to discuss the waiver granted to the Auston company to build a combustible tire processing plan in a densely populated residential area that could impact residents from White Marsh and Kingsville to Aberdeen and Havre De Grace – an estimated 73,000 resident. Part 1 covers out…

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Part 2 of Tire Pyrolysis: The Harford County Zoning Appeal

Part 2.   The Harford County Zoning Appeal   Background: This document is part of a three-part series to discuss the waiver granted to the Auston company to build a combustible tire processing plant in a densely populated residential area that could impact residents from White Marsh and Kingsville to Aberdeen and Havre De Grace –…

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Part 1 – Our recommendation to Barry Glassman

Summary, Harford County Executive Barry Glassman and his zoning department granted a waiver to allow a Pyrolysis Plant in a CI district to Auston Transfer & Processing, LLC (Auston) at their current location.  This location is in a heavily populated area. Clearly, Mr. Glassman exercised poor judgment when allowing this to occur. I am astounded…

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Tire Pyrolysis introduction to a 3 part series

Dear Editor, The Baltimore Sun has written several articles about the proposed pyrolysis plant in Harford County. My wife and I recently learned about the plant and feel that this is a critical issue to all the residents of Harford County as well as Baltimore County. We have been investigating the pyrolysis process and its…

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Harford County Education Association Questionnaire

I was asked a number of questions by the Harford County Education Association: Here are my responses:   Harford County Education Association 2018 County Council Candidate Questionnaire CANDIDATE:  Frank “Bud” Hines OFFICE SOUGHT: President of the Harford County Council CAMPAIGN ADDRESS: 1308 Terry Way Fallston, MD 20147   PHONE NUMBER(S):  443.826.6267 EMAIL: budhines@gmail.com WEBSITE: https://voteforbudhines.com…

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