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Howard Co. executive: New development fees to protect Ellicott City

Howard County Executive Calvin Ball filed legislation his administration says protects Ellicott City from future flooding by tightening development regulations and fees. Ball filed a pair of resolutions with the Howard County Council on Friday to add requirements if developers are pursuing projects that may add to flooding in the Tiber Branch and Plumtree Branch watersheds. "This ...

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