Members of the Planning Commission

Sean Davis

Chairman

Talib Horne

Citizens Representative

Marcia Collins

DPW Representative

Michael Huber

Mayor’s Representative

Robin Allen

Citizens Representative

Victor Clark, Jr.

Citizens Representative

Thomas Konstantine Prevas

Citizens Representative

Eric Stephenson

 

The Honorable Eric Costello

Council Representative


Biographies

 

Sean Davis

Chairman
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Mr. Davis is a Principal with Morris & Ritchie Associates, a mid-Atlantic architecture, engineering and planning firm.  With over 30 years of experience, Mr. Davis has planned communities throughout the United States from large scale golf communities to urban mixed-use redevelopments. Married to his wife Donna, they  have one daughter, Christina.

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Talib Horne

Citizens Representative
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Mr. Talib Horne is Executive Director of Bon Secours Community Works (BSCW). Since February 2015 he has been responsible for setting strategic direction, coordinating local operations for BSCW services, managing and building community and city partnerships, ensuring fiscal management, and leading and developing staff. Prior to joining BSCW, Mr. Horne was Vice President of Community Development with Living Classrooms in Baltimore for nine years where he led community and economic development activities. Mr. Horne holds an M.A. in Community Economic Development from Southern New Hampshire University School of Business and a B.S. in Economics/Political Science from St. Mary’s College, Maryland, and has studied at Oxford University.

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Marcia Collins

Dept. of Public Works Representative
 

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Michael Huber

Mayor's Office Representative

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Robin Allen

Citizens Representative
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Ms. Allen is a Baltimorean and 29-year veteran planner who was educated in Baltimore City Public Schools. Following graduate school in New York City, she immediately returned to her hometown in 1988, and began her professional career with the Baltimore City Planning Department, where she worked for 12 years. She was employed in the private sector for one year, before resuming public service with the Maryland Department of Planning, then Baltimore City Public Schools. Ms. Allen raised two sons who also matriculated through the City's school system. Now retired, she is dedicated to contributing to the further betterment of this already-great city.

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Victor Clark Jr.

Citizens Representative
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A native of Baltimore City, Victor is a Program Manager within the Maryland Department of Commerce. Mr. Clark manages functions related to business development and provides coordination between state and federal agencies and local governments. With over 30 years of service to his hometown, Victor has been active on numerous City boards and commissions to include the Wage Commission, Community Relations Commission, Board of Fire Commissioners and the Planning Commission.

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Thomas Konstantine Prevas

Citizens Representative
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Tom Prevas is a lifelong Baltimore resident who is passionate about Baltimore City. Tom is an attorney at Saul Ewing Arnstein and Lehr, where he has worked on major brownfield redevelopments, public private partnerships and other transformative development projects, particularly in urban environments. Tom litigates environmental,  real property and contract disputes and advises non-profit community development corporations. Married to his wife Emily, he has two children, Lillian and Valerie.

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Eric Stephenson

Eric Stephenson is the founder and President of the Sandtown South Neighborhood Alliance. He is also a member of the No Boundaries Coalition Board, an advocacy organization unifying Central West Baltimore. In addition, Eric is a member of the Harlem Park Neighborhood Council and a 2019 alumnus of the Department of Planning's Planning Academy. Eric is Project Manager for Southway Builders, a Baltimore based general contractor specializing in affordable housing, mixed use commercial and school construction.

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The Honorable Eric Costello

Council Representative
Baltimore City Council - 11th District

In October 2014 Eric T. Costello joined the Baltimore City Council representing Baltimore's most diverse district - the 11th District, winning subsequent election in 2016 and 2020. The 11th District includes 24 unique neighborhoods in Central West Baltimore, the Downtown Central Business District, Downtown Westside, Midtown, and the South Baltimore Peninsula. It is also home to Camden Yards, City Hall, Fort McHenry, the Inner Harbor, Lexington Market, Mercy Hospital, MICA, Port Covington, State Center, University of Baltimore, University of Maryland Baltimore, and University of Maryland Medical Center (Downtown & Midtown Campuses). As a member of the City Council, Eric works tirelessly on behalf of our residents and local businesses. He continues to use his U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) experience to ensure Baltimore City taxpayer dollars are expended as effectively and equitably as possible. Councilman Costello chairs the Committee on Ways & Means as well as the Biennial Audits Oversight Commission and is the City Council’s representative to the Planning Commission.

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