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New York Times upsets Bill Struever

Bill Struever was a little riled up Thursday morning as he addressed folks who were about to take the Baltimore Development Corp.’s 2007 Baltimore City Real Estate Tour. What had the founder of Struever Bros. Eccles & Rouse upset was ...

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New York Times upsets Bill Struever

Bill Struever was a little riled up Thursday morning as he addressed folks who were about to take the Baltimore Development Corp.’s 2007 Baltimore City Real Estate Tour. What had the founder of Struever Bros. Eccles & Rouse upset was ...

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BPW approves Tilghman Island wetlands license

Over the objections of several Tilghman Island residents, the Board of Public Works Wednesday approved a wetlands license for dredging that residents say will lead to construction of an unsightly parking lot related to the Poplar Island Restoration Project.

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Mortgage market woes sink near-term, existing home sales in Aug.

An index that forecasts near-term home sales fell in August to a record low as would-be homebuyers had difficulty getting mortgages. Economists said the housing market's woes show no sign of improving soon.

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Study: Spending in Smart Growth areas not closely tracked

A new study has found that officials have not done a good job tracking whether state funds for public improvements have been concentrated in Smart Growth areas, as is required by law.

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Got $1.13M?

WaPo published a piece designed to shock the metropolitan masses yesterday with news of median new-home prices in Montgomery Co. “rocketing” to more than $1.1M. The article quotes Karl Moritz, a research chief at Moco Planning Board: “What we see ...

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Got $1.13M?

WaPo published a piece designed to shock the metropolitan masses yesterday with news of median new-home prices in Montgomery Co. “rocketing” to more than $1.1M. The article quotes Karl Moritz, a research chief at Moco Planning Board: “What we see ...

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