Development cap may take a big bite out of Howard County’s revenues

Howard County Executive Calvin Ball's administration is warning that a measure he backed as a councilman to lower the threshold for halting real estate development due to school enrollment could slash the county’s net revenues by $152 million over the next two decades. Changes to the Adequate Public Facilities Ordinance enacted last year will cost the ...

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