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  • Kamenetz proposes tougher Baltimore County ethics laws

    In a move intended to shore up confidence in government, Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz on Wednesday proposed to place public officials' financial disclosure forms online and add teeth to a charter rule that prohibits County Council members...
  • Baltimore County gets ethical

    Baltimore County gets ethical
    Ask elected officials to name their top 10 concerns these days, and ethics probably doesn't crack the list. Budget shortfalls, jobs, schools, public safety, taxes, development, employee pensions and even trash collection are far more likely to make the...
  • Owings Mills development fight takes on feel of campaign

    Owings Mills development fight takes on feel of campaign
    With residents being bombarded by fliers, robocalls, even a telephone opinion survey, the fight over the future of the former Solo Cup site in Baltimore County is taking on the trappings of a political campaign. As the debate continues about whether...
  • Metro Centre could avoid regulations under Balto. Co. bill

    Metro Centre could avoid regulations under Balto. Co. bill
    A Baltimore County councilman wants to free the site of a giant Owings Mills development from county rules governing parking, signage and building sizes — a proposal that some colleagues and neighbors say amounts to "a blank check" for the project's...
  • Council should oppose lifting Metro Centre project limits

    Your article about Councilman Ken Oliver proposing a bill to allow David S. Brown Company to bypass parking and building requirements for the Metro Centre project in Owings Mills is nothing more than an attempt by Mr. Brown to circumvent the zoning...
  • Legislation for Metro Centre at Owings Mills withdrawn

    Legislation for Metro Centre at Owings Mills withdrawn
    A Baltimore County councilman withdrew a bill Thursday that would have given a wide range of exemptions on development regulations to the Metro Centre at Owings Mills. Councilman Kenneth Oliver plans to reintroduce the measure June 4. It would give...
  • County Council bill seeks to clarify PUD hearings, agency review

    A measure being considered by the County Council proposes to clarify aspects of planned unit developments in the county, but at a work session on Tuesday, May 29, at least one council member expressed concern that it might go too far. Councilman Ken...
  • After slightly rocky path, Marks' bill on West Towson trail passes council

    Two pieces of legislation sponsored by 5th District Councilman David Marks — one regarding a bike trail in Towson and another on the county's Planned Unit Development ordinance — faced a rocky road last week with scrutiny from citizens and...
  • Oliver wants Baltimore County Council to reject Solo Cup rezoning

    Baltimore County Councilman Kenneth Oliver wants his colleagues to reject a proposal to allow a retail development anchored by a Wegmans supermarket at the former Solo Cup plant site in Owings Mills. Oliver represents a district near the site and said...
  • Who says Wegmans traffic would be worse than Solo Cup?

    Baltimore County Councilman Kenneth N. Oliver wants his colleagues to reject a proposal to allow a retail development anchored by a Wegmans supermarket at the former Solo Cup site in Owings Mills. He cites traffic congestion as his main concern. ("...
  • Baltimore County parking legislation lacks transparency, critics say

    Some community activists in Baltimore County are worried that a proposal to make certain shopping centers' parking lots smaller would lack transparency. Under a bill sponsored by Councilmen John Olszewski Sr.and Kenneth Oliver, owners of shopping centers...
  • Former Prince George's official sentenced to more than 7 years

    Former Prince George's official  sentenced to more than 7 years
    Former Prince George's County Executive Jack Johnson was sentenced Tuesday to more than seven years in federal prison after admitting to a wide-ranging pattern of corruption that permeated virtually every level of county government from health to...