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Md. top court: Development accords need not provide ‘enhanced benefits’

In a victory for developers over environmentalists, Maryland’s top court has unanimously held that county-approved property-development agreements need not contain provisions ensuring enhanced benefits for the community, such as new schools or better roads. Nothing in Maryland law or in legislative history governing Development Rights and Responsibilities Agreements compel developers or counties to provide public enhancements, ...

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