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  • Almond: Kamenetz should speak out on zoning referendum drive

    Baltimore County Council Chairwoman Vicki Almond is questioning why County Executive Kevin Kamenetz hasn't spoken out about a local referendum campaign linked to developers. The petition drive, which seeks to put zoning decisions in Almond's and...
  • Balto. Co. community groups oppose referendum drive

    Some community leaders in Baltimore County are fighting a referendum drive they say is backed by developers who are trying to "hijack" the county's zoning process because they didn't get their way. A coalition calling itself "Don't Sign It!" urged county...
  • Balto. Co. referendum backers say they have enough signatures

    Balto. Co. referendum backers say they have enough signatures
    Backers of a referendum drive to challenge Baltimore County zoning decisions say they have gathered enough signatures to put the issue on the ballot in 2014. The supporters say they have collected more than 70,000 signatures — far more than the...
  • Developers have given $225,000 to Balto. Co. referendum drive

    Developers and shopping-center owners have contributed more than $225,000 to efforts to challenge zoning decisions in Baltimore County through referendums, financial disclosure forms show. Contributors to the drive include firms tied to developers Howard...
  • Judge allows release of petitions in Balto. Co. zoning referendum drive

    Judge allows release of petitions in Balto. Co. zoning referendum drive
    A Baltimore County judge allowed the release Wednesday of the names of people who signed petitions to challenge the county's zoning maps, saying the information is "clearly a public record." In the latest turn in a battle between developers, Circuit...
  • AG's office advises Assembly it can expand gambling

    The General Assembly has an unfettered right to expand gambling in Maryland over the objections of existing license holders, according to the Attorney General's Office. Dan Friedman, counsel to the General Assembly, told a Prince George's County lawmaker...
  • Cordish, National Harbor backers square off

    The owner of the soon-to-open Maryland Live casino at Arundel Mills and proponents of a new casino in Prince George's County squared off Friday as a work group set up by the governor and legislative leaders began looking at the issue of expanding gambling...
  • Lottery approves operations license for Arundel casino

    The Maryland Lottery approved the operations license for the Maryland Live casino late Monday, allowing the slots facility to open its first phase at 10 p.m. Wednesday as scheduled. Stephen Martino, lottery director, signed the license for the casino,...
  • Restaurants' plans for Inner Harbor trigger hefty bills

    Restaurants' plans for Inner Harbor trigger hefty bills
    For years, restaurants at Power Plant have served food and drinks on floating piers along the Inner Harbor, allowing tourists and locals to enjoy the summer sunshine. But recent plans to expand or improve the facilities have triggered hefty bills from...
  • Maryland Live Casino opens its doors to the public

    Maryland Live Casino opens its doors to the public
    On Wednesday night, after 18 months of construction and three years of planning, the $500 million Maryland Live Casino in Hanover was ready for prime time. Just after 10 p.m., Roxine Noone of Jessup burst through the doors of the just-opened casino at...
  • Cordish unimpressed by windfall projection

    National Harbor's hired expert on the gambling industry is predicting that the Cordish Cos.' Maryland Live! casino at Arundel Mills would enjoy an $84 million annual windfall from a gambling expansion plan favored by the developers of the Prince George'...