Rowdy rentals. It’s something Ocean City has always dealt with–young people renting homes for the week in residential neighborhoods.
About 50 people are scheduled to testify at a hearing on proposed changes to Montgomery County’s zoning law.
Do more liquor stores mean more violence? Some city officials say yes. Now they’re considering a controversial new zoning proposal that could put more than 100 stores out of business.
Laying the groundwork to catch the wind. It’s in a proposal by Baltimore City Councilman James Kraft.
Frederick County is adopting a more aggressive growth plan that state planning officials consider an invitation to residential sprawl.
A Queen Anne’s County judge has refused to dismiss a suit challenging the rezoning of more than 500 rural acres to permit development.
A lawsuit against Frederick County over a proposed rezoning that opponents say will lead to higher taxes, sprawl and environmental harm has been dismissed. But an attorney for the environmental groups and residents who filed the lawsuit said Friday that they can re-file once the county’s plan passes.
Frederick County’s planning board is going head-to-head with the county commissioners over growth.
The Boonsboro Town Council voted unanimously Tuesday night against a zoning change to allow up to three hens per lot in residential areas.