Two years after social host ordinance, complaints of off-campus parties near Towson University plummet – Baltimore Sun

Two years after the social host ordinance took effect, a Baltimore County initiative designed to quell disruptive and loud college parties in residential neighborhoods, residents say they are seeing positive results. “You can tell from [...]

2018-07-03T10:50:28+00:00July 3rd, 2018|Categories: Legislation, Press|Tags: , |0 Comments

Baltimore County Council OKs bill to require more rental properties to register with county – Baltimore Sun

More landlords in Baltimore County will have to obtain licenses for their rental properties under legislation approved Monday by the County Council. The measure could add thousands of properties to the county’s rental registration program, [...]

2018-05-08T11:50:49+00:00May 8th, 2018|Categories: Legislation, Press|Tags: |Comments Off on Baltimore County Council OKs bill to require more rental properties to register with county – Baltimore Sun

Bill would allow tattoo shops in downtown Towson with some exceptions – Baltimore Sun

Grant Aikin, a full-time member of the National Guard, in Towson, and Deirdre Aikin, a tattoo artist, live to the east of Towson in Baltimore’s Hamilton neighborhood. For more than 27 years, Deirdre Aikin has [...]

2018-02-13T09:44:16+00:00February 13th, 2018|Categories: Development, Legislation, Press|Tags: , |Comments Off on Bill would allow tattoo shops in downtown Towson with some exceptions – Baltimore Sun

After Royal Farms hearing snafu, Quirk proposes rules for online public notice – Baltimore Sun

In the aftermath of a December hearing on an Edmondson Avenue Royal Farms project that community members said they did not hear about until too late, County Councilman Tom Quirk is proposing a fix. A [...]

2018-02-07T21:51:12+00:00February 7th, 2018|Categories: Development, Legislation, Press|Tags: , |Comments Off on After Royal Farms hearing snafu, Quirk proposes rules for online public notice – Baltimore Sun

Councilman Marks to Introduce Resolution Advancing Redevelopment of Bosley Mansion

Councilman David Marks will introduce a resolution on Monday, January 16 allowing for a review of the redevelopment proposal for the Bosley Mansion. ​The mansion operated as the Presbyterian Home of Maryland, an assisted living [...]

2018-01-12T10:47:01+00:00January 12th, 2018|Categories: Development, Legislation|Tags: , , |Comments Off on Councilman Marks to Introduce Resolution Advancing Redevelopment of Bosley Mansion