Curtis Beulah, Harford County Councilman Representing District F


  • Curtis and Jean BeulahSpearheaded the establishment of Hope for the Homeless Alliance, a non-profit organization whose goal is to coordinate the resources of Harford County Government and the Faith-Based Community to more effectively help homeless individuals and families in Harford County.
  • Worked with the Glassman Administration and fellow County Council members to produce 7 consecutive budgets that provided pay raises for law enforcement, educators, and Harford County government employees without raising taxes, while maintaining our AAA bond rating.
  • Serving as the Chairman of the Board to memorialize Sgt. Alfred B. Hilton, Harford County’s only Congressional Medal of Honor recipient. The long-awaited unveiling ceremony is scheduled for November 4, 2022 at David Craig Park in Havre de Grace. This committee’s efforts will produce scholarships to help worthy high school students with the costs of higher education.
  • Advocated for funding the construction of the long-awaited new Havre de Grace Middle/High School.
  • Worked with the City of Havre de Grace, members of our Harford County Delegation and the Glassman Administration to obtain the necessary funding to purchase a new Fire & Rescue Boat for the Susquehanna Hose Company, used on our Harford County and Chesapeake Bay waterways.
  • Appointed in 2015 by Maryland Governor Lawrence J. Hogan to the Critical Areas Commission for the Chesapeake and Atlantic Coastal Bays. This service has proven valuable to Harford County, as much of District F borders the Susquehanna River, the Bush River and the Chesapeake Bay.
  • Served as the County Council Member Liaison to the Board of Directors of the Harford County Public Library, an outstanding, well-run resource organization for Harford County residents.
  • Serving as a Board Member for Citizens Care Nursing Home in the City of Havre de Grace since 2015.
  • NAACP Public Service Recognition Award in 2018 for “outstanding acts of service for the betterment of Harford County Communities.”
  • Serving as the Harford County Liaison to the Board of Education and Superintendent for Harford County public schools.
  • Worked successfully with Harford County Public Schools Superintendent, Dr. Sean Bulson and several groups of local parents from Abingdon and Havre de Grace schools to stop the re-districting efforts during the 2020 Coronavirus pandemic that would have moved their children away from their local schools and neighborhoods.
  • Worked with the Glassman Administration and the Maryland State Highway Administration to implement enhancements to traffic flow, road conditions and pedestrian walkways to improve public safety within the Perryman Peninsula. Widening of Spesutia Road and the addition of much-needed sidewalks is scheduled to begin in 2023.  I am also coordinating with Harford County Department of Housing, HUD, and Trico Properties to improve overall living conditions at Perrywood Garden Apartments.
  • Put forth approved legislation, with the help of Senator Bob Cassilly, to implement height monitoring systems to eliminate large truck traffic on Spesutia, Mitchell and Old Stepney residential roads in Perryman to protect citizens and their property.
  • Worked with the Glassman Administration to obtain funding for the continued preservation of Havre de Grace Colored School and the Historic Hosanna School Museums.
  • Initiated clean-up of unsightly, dilapidated properties on Rt. 40 in Havre de Grace.
  • Worked with countless citizen and business concerns and issues.