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Apr
19
Thu
7:30 pm Monthly GTCCA Meeting April @ Pickersgill Retirement Community
Monthly GTCCA Meeting April @ Pickersgill Retirement Community
Apr 19 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm
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Apr
20
Fri
12:00 pm The Loch Raven Network Spring Dr... @ Fellowship Hall, St. Thomas’ Episcopal Church
The Loch Raven Network Spring Dr... @ Fellowship Hall, St. Thomas’ Episcopal Church
Apr 20 @ 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm
The Loch Raven Network Spring Drive for Schools @ Fellowship Hall, St. Thomas’ Episcopal Church | Towson | Maryland | United States
THE LOCH RAVEN NETWORK SPRING DRIVE FOR SCHOOLS YOU CAN HELP A SCHOOL HELP THEIR STUDENTS! DATES/DROPOFF TIMES: Friday, APRIL 20, 12:00 PM TO 5:00 P.M. Saturday, APRIL 21, 9:00 AM TO 3:00 P.M. LOCATION:[...]
Apr
21
Sat
9:00 am The Loch Raven Network Spring Dr... @ Fellowship Hall, St. Thomas’ Episcopal Church
The Loch Raven Network Spring Dr... @ Fellowship Hall, St. Thomas’ Episcopal Church
Apr 21 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
The Loch Raven Network Spring Drive for Schools @ Fellowship Hall, St. Thomas’ Episcopal Church | Towson | Maryland | United States
THE LOCH RAVEN NETWORK SPRING DRIVE FOR SCHOOLS YOU CAN HELP A SCHOOL HELP THEIR STUDENTS! DATES/DROPOFF TIMES: Friday, APRIL 20, 12:00 PM TO 5:00 P.M. Saturday, APRIL 21, 9:00 AM TO 3:00 P.M. LOCATION:[...]
Apr
25
Wed
7:00 pm Six Bridges Trail Project Commun... @ First Lutheran Church
Six Bridges Trail Project Commun... @ First Lutheran Church
Apr 25 @ 7:00 pm
Six Bridges Trail Project Community Input Meeting @ First Lutheran Church | Towson | Maryland | United States
Knollwood Community Association was awarded $115K by Chesapeake Bay Trust to design the stormwater management portion of the project between Stevenson Lane and Worthington Road. Knollwood got the money right away and hired Blue Water[...]
Apr
29
Sun
3:00 pm ACTC Benefit Concert and Hymn Sing @ Towson Presbyterian Church
ACTC Benefit Concert and Hymn Sing @ Towson Presbyterian Church
Apr 29 @ 3:00 pm
ACTC Benefit Concert and Hymn Sing @ Towson Presbyterian Church | Towson | Maryland | United States
The Assistance Center of Towson Churches, an ecumenical consortium of churches, is a ministry of resources, volunteers and advocacy that provides emergency food and financial aid to families and individuals suffering hardships in our communities.[...]

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County, family seal land sale that will lead to park in Towson – Baltimore Sun

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

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State legislators seek Radebaugh bond bill – Baltimore Sun

Two state legislators are filing bond bills to help Baltimore County buy property owned by Radebaugh Florist & Greenhouses, in Towson, for use as a county park.

Meanwhile, community leaders and environmental activists are stepping up pressure on the county to acquire the land, including testifying and holding signs of support at a County

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Towson Row developer strikes deal on open space fees – Baltimore Sun

Caves Valley Partners, the developer of Towson Row, has agreed to pay an additional $95,000 in open space waiver fees, beyond the $55,000 that the company is required to pay Baltimore County.

The deal was struck in late December and recently announced that the additional money will be paid to two community groups, the

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Radebaugh’s demolition estimate

Councilman David Marks received a letter today from Radebaugh’s Florist indicating that they had obtained an estimate for the demolition of the greenhouses on the property that is significantly lower than Baltimore County’s estimate of between $400,000 and $500,000. The new estimate is $143,655.79.

Project Open Space funds will fund the $1.2 million purchase price

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Developers to pay more for open space in Towson – Baltimore Sun

Some developers in booming downtown Towson will pay greater fees than previously required to help pay for creation of new parks and open space under a plan approved by the Baltimore County Council on Monday.

Legislation sponsored by Councilman David Marks, a Republican who represents Towson, was more than a year in the making and

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