Category Archives: Aigburth Manor

Councilman Marks’ Blog

Grant Begins Work on Herring Run Improvements

This month, the Chesapeake Bay Trust announced it was awarding more than $115,000 to the Knollwood Association to develop improvements to the watershed in eastern Towson.  This is terrific news.  It is an outgrowth of the task force that our … Continue reading

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Addressing Problem Rentals in Eastern Towson

Over the last 15 years, the enrollment growth at Towson University has pushed many students into neighborhoods like Burkleigh Square, Towson Manor Village, and Knollwood-Donnybrook.   Nearly every community in Baltimore County has rental properties, but the concentration of so many rentals serving … Continue reading

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Time to Purchase the Radebaugh Property

In June, the County Executive’s office announced the pending purchase of a park site at the Radebaugh property in eastern Towson.   The retail shop would remain, and Baltimore County would redevelop the site into a new community park. At the time,  I … Continue reading

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With Radebaugh Property, Seven New Parks in Our District

Friday’s announcement that Baltimore County will purchase part of the Radebaugh property is terrific news for the Towson community.  Our office had been working with the County Executive’s office on this project for several months. Once the property is “greened,” it will provide … Continue reading

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