Howard Co. lawmakers seek repeal of $90M for Columbia redevelopment

Two Howard County Council members want to repeal an authorization for $90 million in public financing for infrastructure projects associated with Howard Hughes Corp.’s massive redevelopment of the Crescent District in downtown Columbia. Councilman Calvin Ball and Councilwoman Jen Terrasa announced their intentions Thursday to file the legislation because public funds will no longer be used ...

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