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Baltimore County Council cuts future homes allowed at Greenleigh by 60 percent

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MIDDLE RIVER, MD—The number of future homes that will be allowed at a popular Middle River development has been greatly reduced.

At its most recent meeting, the Baltimore County Council passed legislation proposed by Councilman David Marks that cuts potential number of future homes at Greenleigh at Crossroads area by over 60 percent.

Councilman Marks says the new cap will be set at 3,300 units, down from the 9,000 that would have previously been permitted.

“Greenleigh at Crossroads is a beautiful, master-planned community that has contributed to the vibrancy of eastern Baltimore County,” said Councilman Marks. “This legislation allows Baltimore County to focus development into a specific area and at a responsible rate, helping to attract new amenities like a grocery store to the Middle River area. I would like to thank the Greenleigh developers, our community leaders, and the Council for their support.”

Photo via Greenleigh at Crosseroads

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