Baltimore County’s first taxpayer-funded incentive for a large development — an $80 million tax increment financing package to be presented and backed by the state — is being prepared to help finance infrastructure costs at the $700 million Metro Centre development in Owings Mills.Read More »
A Baltimore County Circuit Court judge Thursday issued a temporary restraining order against the county Board of Elections preventing it from releasing the names of nearly 95,000 petitioners in an ongoing feud over the redevelopment of the former Solo Cup ...Read More »
A group opposing two recent zoning decisions in Baltimore County said it has turned in more than 86,000 signatures in an effort to place the zoning maps before county voters in a referendum in November 2014.
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A grassroots group of advocates from Owings Mills and Reisterstown is urging Baltimore County voters not to sign petitions that aim to force recent zoning decisions by the County Council to a referendum in November 2014.Read More »
A bitter fight over recent zoning decisions has spilled into the streets of Baltimore County as out-of-state petition-management teams hired by wealthy developers have set out to acquire nearly 58,000 signatures for a possible 2014 ballot referendum.Read More »
The ultra-modern Morris A. Mechanic Theatre, once part of Baltimore’s urban renaissance, could be removed from the city’s Special List for historic preservation next month following a public hearing, clearing the way for its demolition by year’s end.
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Things got quite testy when the fate of the Morris A. Mechanic Theatre came up during the monthly meeting of the city’s Urban Design and Architecture Review Panel on Thursday. ...
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A local group is seeking to demolish the 45-year-old Morris A. Mechanic Theatre and replace it with two 30-story towers that would add 600 market-rate apartments to center city, a 150,000-square-foot retail complex and an underground parking garage. The $150 ...
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A lone insurance adjuster stood by what was left of a dilapidated row house in Johnston Square Thursday morning, taking photos for what certainly will be an upcoming claim. The address in ruins was in the 800 block of E. ...Read More »