Establishing a special tax district in central Towson to pay for enhanced maintenance, cleanup and landscaping — all designed to improve the aesthetics of the evolving downtown — was an emerging theme at a Wednesday night community forum.
More than 50 residents and business owners met at Goucher College to discuss ways to spruce
Baltimore County completed the first phase of a $2.3 million road widening project in downtown Towson Tuesday that officials say will decrease traffic congestion at the intersection of Towsontown Boulevard and Osler Drive, near Towson University.
But residents who live near the project say they are upset about the location of the work. In
The Radebaugh family, owners of a 92-year-old floral company based in Towson, have agreed to sell a portion of their property off Aigburth Avenue to Baltimore County for use as a new park.
The county has agreed to purchase 2.36 acres of land at 50 Aigburth Avenue for $1.1 million, according to spokeswoman Ellen
Phi Sigma Pi, an academic fraternity at Towson University, is providing free residential cleanup services through early November, depending on weather.
Mulching, gardening/trimming, painting, and any sort of cleaning in/out of the house.
For more information, contact:
Sandra Schenning, service site chair firstname.lastname@example.org 443-985-0957
Information from Baltimore County Public Works forwarded by Councilman David Marks:
I wanted to give you an update of the work planned for the tie-ins to the 42” Towson Transmission Main over the next few weeks. As it stands now, we have completed 3 tie-in and have the following planned as nightwork:
March 17: 20″