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The Social Host Ordinance must be re-authorized. In addition, the geographic area will be expanded to include the entire Towson Police Precinct. Your presence at the work session will show support for the bill, whether[...]
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7:30 pm Monthly GTCCA Meeting @ Pickersgill Retirement Community
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Baltimore Co. Police & Fire

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Social Host Ordinance

Baltimore County Social Host Law

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Social Host Ordinance pilot program boundaries - Towson (April 2016)

Social Host Ordinance pilot program boundaries – Towson (April 2016)

 

Social Host Ordinance pilot program boundaries – West Towson (March 2017)

Social Host Ordinance pilot program boundaries – West Towson (March 2017)

 

Social Host Ordinance pilot program boundaries – Rodgers Forge (March 2017)

Social Host Ordinance pilot program boundaries – Rodgers Forge (March 2017)

 

Social Host Ordinance pilot program boundaries - Arbutus (February 2016)

Social Host Ordinance pilot program boundaries – Arbutus (February 2016)

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