The Baltimore County Council is scheduled to vote next Monday, Oct. 19, on a resolution that its author says would increase open space waiver fees by 1,300 percent for developers of projects in downtown Towson.

“I think it will pass,” Councilman David Marks said Monday. Marks has maintained that developers pay too little in such fees and that residents need more funding for open space projects that developers don’t provide themselves.

“Quite frankly, my constituents want some certainty that parks and recreation projects are going to get funded,” he said.

(Original article on Baltimore Sun website has been deleted): Resolution would raise open space waiver fees for developers – Baltimore Sun