Baltimore County Appeals Board upholds thumbs-down on Bluestem Village

“Woefully inadequate” public sewers – halting a development project near Lake Roland – are reaffirmed as a growing public health problem The plan to turn six acres adjacent to Lake … Continue reading “Baltimore County Appeals Board upholds thumbs-down on Bluestem Village”

In rare move, judge rejects development, citing Baltimore County’s sewer problems

Bluestem Village is disapproved because of infrastructure deficiencies in the Lake Roland area In a decision considered unprecedented in Baltimore County, a large-scale development has been disapproved on the grounds … Continue reading “In rare move, judge rejects development, citing Baltimore County’s sewer problems”

Baltimore County reports a sewage spill it claims really didn’t happen

Baltimore County has rebuilt a stacked manhole that environmental activists say spewed raw sewage earlier this month at Lake Roland, a popular water recreation and nature park in north Baltimore. … Continue reading “Baltimore County reports a sewage spill it claims really didn’t happen”

Affordable housing development proposed for East Towson

By Libby Solomon Towson Times June 19, 2019 A proposed affordable apartment building in East Towson is drawing skepticism from residents and environmental activists raising concerns about issues including traffic … Continue reading “Affordable housing development proposed for East Towson”