The Baltimore County Council is considering legislation to protect Towson’s scenic Charles Street corridor from modern electronic signage.
The bill, which was introduced Wednesday by Council members David Marks and Vicki Almond, would ban electronic changeable copy signs on National Scenic Byways. The tree-lined stretch of Charles Street between the Baltimore City line and the
Since passing earlier this year, a law enacted in September that limits signage around the District Courthouse in Towson has been in the sights of the area’s bail bonds businesses.
Yet as the deadline for complying with the law approaches, attorneys representing the bail bonds business owners are still searching for ways their clients can
The owner of Bail Bonds Inc. plans to challenge a law aimed at controlling signage of bail bonds businesses along East Chesapeake and Virginia avenues in Towson, the owner’s attorney said last week.
The law, sponsored by Councilman David Marks, was passed earlier this year and goes into effect in August. But John Turnbull, attorney
Community leaders from East Towson on Tuesday, Feb. 12 spoke in support of Councilman David Marks’ bill that aims to eliminate some of the bail bonds signage in downtown Towson.
“We, the community, are not pleased at all with the signs from the bail bonds,” Adelaide Bentley, a longtime East Towson resident and president of
In the face of a groundswell to remove what community members say is extravagant signage advertising bail bonds businesses in Towson, Councilman David Marks said Thursday, Jan. 17 that he was considering sponsoring legislation to ban the signage.
“I have had dozens of people talk about this with me,” Marks, who represents the 5th District