Opponents of a lack of green space or higher waiver fees in plans for Towson Row told a Baltimore County administrative law judge at a hearing Thursday that they were not there to try to scuttle the mixed-use development, which they like overall, but rather to draw attention to the need for more open space in the downtown core of Towson.

But they also signaled that they are considering taking their fight back to the County Council, because the hearing judge is not expected to rule on the issue of whether waiver fees should be higher. They said they are also considering appealing to Baltimore County Circuit Court.

Source: Towson Row project draws criticism over lack of open space – Baltimore Sun