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Sep 21 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm
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Oct 19 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm
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Stoneleigh residents optimistic about county plans to relieve flooding – Baltimore Sun

After the first two storms, John Gramiccioni knew the severe flooding in front of his Kingston Road home, in Stoneleigh, was no fluke.

In the past, rain had caused some overflow in the Towson community, he said, but nothing like the knee-high deluges that started becoming a regular occurrence in 2015.

Kingston Road flooded

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Volunteers needed for research on residential yard biodiversity

Message from Baltimore Ecosystem Study:

Find out about the biodiversity in your own backyard!

The Baltimore Ecosystem Study (BES) is looking for Baltimore neighborhood residents to participate in an investigation of biodiversity in residential yards. Researchers and students will be collecting information on plants, birds, insects, and soil in order to better understand how biodiversity

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Towson coffee shop controversy brings about a new planning advisory committee – Baltimore Sun

Controversy over a coffee shop has led to creation of a new advisory committee to discuss future development in south Towson.

Baltimore County Councilman David Marks on Wednesday announced the names of five Towson residents, including four architects, he has tapped to recommend design guidelines that new development must meet for the area along

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Special tax district suggested for parts of downtown Towson – Baltimore Sun

The Greater Towson Council of Community Associations

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

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Residents upset over Towsontown Boulevard construction – Baltimore Sun

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

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