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  • Baltimore Co. to build $5 million animal shelter

    Baltimore Co. to build $5 million animal shelter
    Baltimore County will build a $5 million animal shelter to replace its aging facility in Baldwin as part of a plan to improve services for pets, officials announced Monday. The county also will begin offering spay and neuter services at the current...
  • Board hears second boundary option for new Mays Chapel school

    Board hears second boundary option for new Mays Chapel school
    The Baltimore County Board of Education on Tuesday heard a brief presentation on a second redistricting option for the new elementary school under construction in Mays Chapel before the board votes on the school's boundaries on March 25. The presentation...
  • $3 million Cockeysville Community Center will strengthen school, neighborhood, officials say

    Baltimore County officials on Monday touted the new $3 million Cockeysville Community Center at Padonia International Elementary School as an innovative, collaborative solution to the county's growing school capacity and infrastructure needs. "It's...
  • County development chief's legal filing draws council concern

    Baltimore County Council members said Tuesday that county development chief Arnold Jablon should not have acted as the attorney for a local environmental engineer who has worked for builders on projects in Baltimore County. Jablon, who worked for the...
  • Workers 'outraged' by Kamenetz, former councilmen's pensions

    Workers 'outraged' by Kamenetz, former councilmen's pensions
    The head of a Baltimore County public employees union says workers are outraged over the lucrative pension deals of County Executive Kevin Kamenetz and former councilmen Sam Moxley and Vince Gardina. An amendment to a 2010 pension reform law allowed...
  • Melrose is a piece of history that deserves preservation

    This letter is in response to the Towson Times article, "Cockeysville family fights historical designation," in the Aug. 17 edition, regarding the Melrose property. The Landmarks Preservation Commission, which voted Melrose onto the Preliminary Landmarks...
  • Baltimore County to begin revision to land-use regulations

    An east-side Baltimore County Council member expects the owners of a sprawling old warplane factory to seek rezoning of their property. A Towson lawyer will try for a third time for new zoning allowing a small office building. North county activists...
  • Balto. Co. bill could help resolve Sparks farm stand fight

    The Baltimore County Council is scheduled to vote next week on a measure that could help a Sparks farmer resolve a long-standing fight to run a stand out of a barn, though lawyers for the farmer and for his opponents have different views on what the...
  • Balt. Co. Council members protest vote against elected school board

    A recent unannounced vote by a legislative task force that ruled out changing the Baltimore County school board to at least partly elected is being protested by four County Council members. Members of the School Board Task Force abruptly decided Friday...
  • Balto. Co. bill would ban some new 'panhandle lots'

    Developers in some parts of northeastern Baltimore County would no longer be able to squeeze new properties onto existing lots without a new road, under a bill introduced by three County Council members Monday. The bill, set for a vote next month,...
  • Kamenetz proposes 2013 budget with no tax increases, no layoffs

    Kamenetz proposes 2013 budget with no tax increases, no layoffs
    Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz proposed Thursday a general fund operating budget of about $1.65 billion that includes no tax increases but reduces the number of county employees through attrition. In introducing his spending plan for the 12...