January 12, 2017

Plans for revitalization district in Rodgers Forge, Anneslie put on hold

Councilman David Marks has withdrawn a resolution that would have created a Commercial Revitalization District in the York Road business corridor of Stoneleigh, Anneslie, and Rodgers […]
January 5, 2017

More info on council resolution for Anneslie, Rodgers Forge

Rachael Pacella of the Towson Times has a story today about Councilman David Marks’ recent resolution about future development along York Road in the Rodgers Forge […]
January 2, 2017

Resolution aims to add safeguards to development in Anneslie, Rodgers Forge, Stoneleigh

Councilman David Marks says: At the January 3rd meeting of the Baltimore County Council, I will introduce a resolution that requires new construction in the commercial […]
September 29, 2016

Royal Farms gas station would ruin Towson’s gateway, critics say

Towson residents and environmentalists are fighting a proposed 24-hour, 16-pump Royal Farms gas station at the corner of York Road and Bosley Avenue, the site of […]
September 4, 2016

Op-ed: Rezoning protects open space, targets growth

The Comprehensive Zoning Map Process, or CZMP, is the most difficult exercise undertaken by the Baltimore County Council.   Every four years, the County Council receives hundreds […]
September 3, 2016

More details about the Rodgers Forge Starbucks

New details are emerging about the Starbucks that is planned at the northwest corner of York Road and Regester Avenue. Councilman David Marks said he has […]
August 31, 2016

Towson green space preserved, downtown area still poised for development

A host of parks and other green space in Towson were re-zoned Tuesday evening in order to deter future development on the land when the Baltimore County […]
August 26, 2016

Two parcels on Charles Street to be rezoned to deter development

The lawn in front of Baltimore County schools’ headquarters, which is a popular sledding hill, will be “downzoned” to deter future development on it, said Councilman David […]
July 14, 2016

Op-ed: Future of Towson at risk with proposed zoning changes

Zoning is not a sexy subject, yet its implications can be immense. Towson is on the verge of making zoning changes that will have major long-term […]
June 2, 2016

Disagreements over walkability, developer regulations in Towson

Update: The vote on David Marks’ bill has been postponed until July. The Kamenetz administration and the Greater Towson Committee want fewer regulations in the bill, […]