Developer’s $5,000 will pay for new trees in Towson neighborhood – Baltimore Sun

2016-09-12T15:38:39+00:00September 12th, 2016|Categories: Development, Press|Tags: , |1 Comment

As part of its construction of Towson Mews, a 34-townhouse project in East Towson, Developer Evergreene Homes has contributed $5,000 to plant trees in nearby Towson Manor Village this fall.

Evergreene broke ground on Towson Mews in April.

Last week, a check for $5,000 made its way to Blue Water Baltimore, a nonprofit organization that will work with members of the Towson Manor Village Community Association to plant about 40 trees in the neighborhood.

“I think it’s a neighborhood that definitely needs some green space,” Baltimore County Councilman David Marks, a Republican who represents Towson, said Sept. 9.

Source: Developer’s $5,000 will pay for new trees in Towson neighborhood – Baltimore Sun

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  1. Elizabeth S. Pierce September 20, 2016 at 3:15 pm

    I am very glad that Blue Waters Baltimore will get the job of planting trees for Towson Mews. The 3 trees that volunteers from Blue Waters did for my community plot 2 years ago along LaSalle Rd are growing strong..

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