Dulaney High School appeared to be on track last week to get a brand new building. This week it seems maybe not.
A majority of the Baltimore County Council wrote a letter Tuesday to County Executive Kevin Kamenetz saying they oppose his recently announced plans for a new school building.
The council members said the cost of building a new school would put the county in a “difficult financial position.”
“We are very mindful of the pressing needs of Dulaney and other deserving schools and we recognize the political landscape has changed,” the letter said. “But, so too, has the fiscal landscape.”
The action comes less than a week after...