Category Archives: Anneslie

Councilman Marks’ Blog

Requiring Notification of Garage Construction

How would you feel if you woke up one morning, and Baltimore County was suddenly building a multi-story parking garage next to your backyard? That is what happened to residents along Wildwood Road in Anneslie when Baltimore County authorized construction … Continue reading

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Legislation Would Require Design Review in Anneslie, Rodgers Forge Commercial Area

At the January 3rd meeting of the Baltimore County Council, I will introduce a resolution that requires new construction in the commercial area of Rodgers Forge and Anneslie to be evaluated by the Design Review Panel.  The area will extend along York … Continue reading

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16 Miles of Roads to be Resurfaced in Fifth District

Even though the state government has sharply cut the road funding it provides to Baltimore County and other jurisdictions, I am pleased that resources have been found to repair our local streets.  Over the next two years, Baltimore County will … Continue reading

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Anneslie is Baltimore County’s Newest Historic District

Congratulations to Anneslie, the neighborhood in southwestern Towson that just received historic  status from the U.S. Department of the Interior.  Anneslie has been added to the National Register of Historic Places. The designation provides tax benefits to residents, and it’s … Continue reading

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