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  • Baltimore Co. budget grows 4.7% as Kamenetz unveils $1.9 billion plan

    Baltimore Co. budget grows 4.7% as Kamenetz unveils $1.9 billion plan
    Baltimore County residents would see no increase in property or income tax rates under a $1.9 billion budget proposed Tuesday by County Executive Kevin Kamenetz.
  • Towson to get two artificial turf fields, new urban park

    Towson to get two artificial turf fields, new urban park
    Baltimore County will tap donations from the Baltimore Ravens and a prominent local developer to build two new artificial turf fields in Towson, a community where families have complained recently that recreational space is scarce. Artificial turf fields...

    Baltimore County water and sewer bills to increase by 15 percent

    Baltimore County water and sewer bills to increase by 15 percent
    Baltimore County is raising water and sewer rates by 15 percent, a move that officials say is needed to repair the region's aging infrastructure but has sparked complaints from residents and politicians. Under the increases ordered by County Executive...

    Baltimore County councilman wants building ban in Honeygo until school projects are set

    Baltimore County councilman wants building ban in Honeygo until school projects are set
    A Baltimore County councilman is proposing a moratorium on new housing in part of Perry Hall until the county pays for a number of projects, including building an elementary school and designating land for a new high school. Councilman David Marks, a...

    Planning Board passes Towson open space issue, fee question to Baltimore Co. Council

    Planning Board passes Towson open space issue, fee question to Baltimore Co. Council
    Baltimore County's Planning Board on Thursday chose not to take a position on whether to change open space fees that developers pay — an issue that has drawn considerable interest in the booming Towson area. Rather than formally adopt a report...