OCEAN CITY — Gov. Larry Hogan told county leaders — most from rural jurisdictions — that he is officially casting off a controversial state program meant to prevent sprawl that many local governments saw as an encroachment on their authority. ...Read More »
ANNAPOLIS — The Maryland Green Building Council is scheduled to receive presentations on Plan Maryland and new green building construction codes enacted by the legislature earlier this year. The council is expected to meet Wednesday morning to consider the measures. ...Read More »
Legislation to expand the use of tax increment financing in certain growth areas of the state is expected to be introduced in the General Assembly next week, according to Jon Laria, chair of the Maryland Sustainable Growth Commission. During a ...
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OCEAN CITY — The brewing discontent by county officials over Gov. Martin O’Malley’s Plan Maryland project at the Maryland Association of Counties annual meeting is not just due to bristling over state authority or even property. It is money. While ...Read More »
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Gov. Martin O’Malley will renew his call for a statewide growth plan Friday at the annual Maryland Association of Counties summer conference in Ocean City. Plan Maryland, as the administration calls it, would steer population growth into already developed areas ...Read More »