Business, Crime, Real Estate

White Marsh Mall will not enforce a curfew, despite urging from county council

Officials at White Marsh Mall have opted not to institute a curfew, despite the urging of the Baltimore County Council. Following a fight at the mall back in August that spilled over into a shooting at The Avenue at White Marsh, the council this week passed a nonbinding resolution earlier this week calling on mall officials to ban unaccompanied minors …


Business, Government, Real Estate, Science

County purchases 23 acres in Middle River to be preserved as open space

Baltimore County has purchase several acres of land in Middle River that will be preserved as “Open Space.” Using environmentally beneficial Program Open Space funding, the county will be acquiring 22.93 acres on the southwest corner of Bengies Road and Bourque Avenue (21220). The announcement was made on Tuesday by County Executive Don Mohler and Councilwoman Cathy Bevins. These large …


Renovations planned at aging Perry Hall Square Shopping Center

Baltimore County Councilman David Marks announced on Wednesday that the 54-year-old Perry Hall Square Shopping Center would be renovated, bringing a new look to one of the oldest commercial areas in northeastern Baltimore County. “In 2011, I sponsored legislation that created the Perry Hall commercial revitalization district, and since that time we made great progress in this part of Baltimore …

Councilwoman Bevins, developers of former Paragon property reach agreement on stormwater management in White Marsh

Councilwoman Cathy Bevins and Atapco Properties and Chesapeake Real Estate Group, LLC (CREG) have reached an agreement regarding stormwater management on the former Paragon Outlet site in White Marsh. The former Paragon outlet site was purchased by Atapco Properties and Chesapeake Real Estate Group LLC in July. The joint venture between the two companies has yet to submit plans to Baltimore County …

Councilman Marks receives award from land preservation group

Baltimore County Councilman David Marks has received the Green Jacket Award from NeighborSpace of Baltimore County, a non-profit organization that protects green space in some of the jurisdiction’s most urbanized areas. NeighborSpace of Baltimore County presented the award at a ceremony on Sunday, September 30, at Adelaide Bentley Park in east Towson. Eight parks have advanced in the Fifth District since …

Developer drops plans for Joppa Road child care center

The developer of a planned child care center has backed off of the proposal. Councilman David Marks, who strongly opposed the plan, released the following statement on Wednesday morning: “I have just been informed that the developer of the proposed day care center at Joppa Road and Kahl Avenue has dropped plans for the project. There will be no hearing …