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  • Letter: Columbia Association should not be allowed to skip county's development approval process

    CA's plans to circumvent the county-mandated 16-step development approval process should not be allowed. During the lengthy downtown rezoning discussions residents argued long and hard for a process that would keep them informed of planned development...
  • Letter: Blending business and arts at Symphony Woods is holistic approach

    I remain opposed to the new plan for Symphony Woods as well as the process that has gotten it to the apparent finish line so quickly. CABD approved Cy Paumier's plan several years ago. If another architect had ideas why wasn't there an effort to combine...
  • Symphony Woods Park should create a community meeting place [Commentary]

    In 2010, the Columbia Association retained an outstanding firm of landscape architects to prepare a master plan for Symphony Woods Park. The plan that evolved over a two-year period reflects the creative talent of a team of landscape architects and...
  • Letter: Facts surrounding Symphony Woods plan are 'eye-opening'

    I read the Jan. 31 edition of the Flier and found some eye-opening information. Michael McCall's Inner Arbor Plan is called new: however, it is almost identical to the General Growth Properties Plan for the Columbia Association's Symphony Woods open...
  • Kinetic racers take to the streets of Baltimore

    Kinetic racers take to the streets of Baltimore
    Saturday is the day Fifi looks forward to every year. Fifi is the American Visionary Art Museum's giant pink poodle-with-wheels, who once a year ventures outside to take part in what is clearly Baltimore's funkiest annual event, the Kinetic Sculpture...
  • Less housing, more amenities would ensure redevelopment's success

    An open letter to John DeWolf, senior vice president in charge of downtown Columbia development, Howard Hughes Corp: I knew Jim Rouse, and you are not Jim Rouse. But you could be. You have an opportunity to take a fresh look at planning for the...
  • Where to live

    Howard County boasts a distinct and thriving collection of communities, old and new, stable and growing. In Columbia, one-third of the land is designated as open space. Woods, parkland, playgrounds and other public spaces are required by covenant to...
  • Welcome

    Welcome
    Set squarely between the nation’s capital and Baltimore, Howard County is a well-blended mix of the bucolic, the urban and the suburban. Spread out over 160,640 acres are sights as diverse as a quaint historic district in Ellicott City, high-tech...
  • Columbia residents respond to redeveloped downtown building plans

    As the first new residential and commercial project was unveiled for the redevelopment of downtown Columbia, residents already living in Town Center wanted to know what it will mean for them. About 90 people showed up at Howard Community College...
  • Howard Hughes Corp. names partners for Columbia development

    The Howard Hughes Corp. moved closer this month to firming up plans for an 817-unit residential development in Columbia's town center by naming two partners who well help carry out the project. Howard Hughes announced that it will be working with...
  • Residential development plans advance in Columbia

    The Howard Hughes Corp. moved closer this month to firming up plans for an 817-unit residential development in Columbia's town center by naming two partners who will help carry out the project. Howard Hughes announced it will be working with Kettler of...
  • County panel makes suggestions on downtown Columbia redevelopment

    Plans for redeveloping downtown Columbia came before the county's Design Advisory Panel on Wednesday, Nov. 9, and the group made several recommendations, including emphasizing walk-ability. The first residential and commercial project for redevelopment...