Business, Government, Real Estate

Councilman Marks: former Rite Aid in Nottingham to become adult day center

Baltimore County Councilman David Marks on Monday praised plans to redevelop the former Rite Aid building located at 9708 Belair Road in Nottingham/Perry Hall (21236). The empty facility will be renovated into an adult day center specializing in meeting the needs of senior adult with dementia. “This redevelopment will not only bring new activity to an unused building in Perry …


Business, Real Estate, Sports

Residents oppose Campbell Boulevard sports complex

MIDDLE RIVER, MD – A group of local residents has come together to oppose a proposed sports complex on Campbell Boulevard. A Change.org petition created by the Preserve at Windlass Run HOA Board calls for residents to “say no” to the proposed complex. “The Preserve at Windlass Run HOA board members have come to the conclusion that the proposed Sports …


Councilman Marks to hold meetings to discuss 2020 Comprehensive Zoning Map Process

PERRY HALL, MD – Councilman David Marks has announced that he and planning board representative Paul Hartman will hold two meetings in August to outline how the rezoning process works in Baltimore County. The first meeting will be held on Monday, August 5, 2019, at 7:30 p.m. at Pickersgill Retirement Community, located at 615 Chestnut Avenue, in Towson. The second …

Councilman Marks: public meeting on MCC treated wastewater plan ‘a good start’

NOTTINGHAM, MD – Councilman David Marks on Tuesday morning said he was prepared to drop his opposition to the proposed Mountain Christian Church wastewater treatment facility under certain conditions. A lively public debate ensued last month after Gunpowder Riverkeeper expressed concerns over the proposal, which calls for pumping approximately 5,000 gallons per day of potable effluent (treated wastewater) into an …

Second public meeting added to discuss Mountain Christian wastewater proposal

UPDATE: Councilman Marks stands ready to drop his opposition to the proposal – click here for details. Original story below… —— PERRY HALL, MD – As residents continue to speak out about a proposed wastewater treatment facility at Mountain Christian Church in Joppa, a second public meeting has been scheduled to accommodate those who are unable to attend Tuesday’s meeting. …

Councilmembers Marks, Bevins to introduce resolution opposing Mountain Christian Church wastewater request

UPDATE: Councilman Marks stands ready to drop his opposition to the proposal – click here for details. Original story below… —— JOPPA, MD – At its meeting on July 1st, Baltimore County Councilmembers David Marks and Cathy Bevins will introduce a resolution opposing the request by Mountain Christian Church for treated wastewater discharge near the Little Gunpowder Falls. In the …