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Councilman Marks to finalize new greenways off of Perring Parkway and in White Marsh

NOTTINGHAM, MD— Councilman David Marks announced on Tuesday that he will finalize the creation of two new greenways in northeastern Baltimore County. The two ideas were proposed by Councilman Marks last spring. The first greenway includes seven acres of land owned by the Maryland State Highway Administration near Perring Parkway. The state never extended Perring Parkway, but has continued to …


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Councilman Marks proposes 31-acre greenway along Perry Hall Boulevard

PERRY HALL, MD—As part of the Comprehensive Zoning Map Process, Baltimore County Councilman David Marks will propose that approximately 31 acres of publicly-owned property along Perry Hall Boulevard be downzoned to Neighborhood Commons, or open space zoning. The 31 acres, owned by the state and Baltimore County, is currently zoned a blend of RAE 1, DR 10.5, DR 5.5, and …


Councilman Marks to recommend downzoning 54 acres along Silver Spring Road corridor

Baltimore County Councilman David Marks has announced that he will recommend downzoning a large area of southern Perry Hall to preserve open space and lighten the impact of future development on school overcrowding. Issue 5-144 includes 59 acres of land stretching from the Southfield community west to Hallfield Manor Court and north to Blakeley Avenue. Presently zoned for single-family homes …