Category Archives: Planned Unit Development

Councilman Marks’ Blog

End Review of the Towson Station Planned Unit Development

It is time to bring closure to the controversy over the development of the gasoline station at York Road and Bosley Avenue. I will introduce at the next County Council meeting a resolution that ends any further review of the gasoline station … Continue reading

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At Midterm, A Thank You to the Fifth District

Two years ago, the voters of the Fifth District entrusted me with the responsibility of representing them on the Baltimore County Council. I would like to thank my family, community leaders, business owners, and everyone who has contacted my office … Continue reading

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New Legislation Strengthens Review of PUD Proposals

On Monday, June 5, the Baltimore County Council passed Bill 42-12, which modifies elements of the Planned Unit Development process.  A Planned Unit Development is a special project which does not conform to conventional zoning. In return for different zoning … Continue reading

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New Laws Protect Open Space, Reform Development Process

The current Baltimore County Council is now 18 months into its term. With five freshmen, this Council has brought new ideas and energy to the table, particularly in the area of planning, zoning, and development. Bill 2-11 created the Baltimore … Continue reading

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Legislation Will Further Reform PUD Process

At the Baltimore County Council meeting on Tuesday, January 17, legislation will be introduced that further reforms the Planned Unit Development (PUD) process.  Under Bill 4-11, any PUD application will be posted on the County Council Web Site once the … Continue reading

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