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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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Penalties for off-campus unruly parties could be renewed | The Towerlight

By: Amanda Carroll, Staff Writer Featured image by Marcus Dieterle.

A Baltimore County ordinance that penalizes Towson renters and landlords for “unruly social gatherings” is up for renewal next January.

The county enacted legislation in January 2016 to reduce disruptive behavior associated with large house parties around Towson.

The legislation, introduced by Baltimore County

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With fall semester near, Towson University’s neighbors say ordinance continues to curb unruly student gatherings – Baltimore Sun

As Towson University students prepare to head back to campus this week, university officials say complaints of loud, unruly gatherings near the campus are down by as much as 50 percent in some neighborhoods since the Baltimore County Council passed an ordinance to deter problem behavior.

After numerous neighborhood complaints of public urination, property

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Towson’s peaceful approach – Baltimore Sun

The Greater Towson Council of Community Associations

One year ago, the Baltimore County Council approved a pilot program to hold landlords in six neighborhoods surrounding Towson University accountable when their tenants host “unruly social gatherings.” Some property owners weren’t initially happy with the proposal — landlords of disruptive renters could face citations costing hundreds of dollars and requiring tens of hours of

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Baltimore Co. council members want to expand crackdown on college parties – Baltimore Sun

The Greater Towson Council of Community Associations

A year after passing a bill to crack down on what some call out-of-control parties in neighborhoods near Towson University, some Baltimore County Council members want to expand the area covered by the law.

The pilot program enacted in 2016 aims to hold accountable not only students, but their landlords — who face fines

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Council members propose expanding reach of law to deter loud parties near Towson University – Baltimore Sun

Three Towson-area County Councilmembers introduced legislation Jan. 17 to expand a county pilot program designed to discourage unruly parties in neighborhoods near Towson University and the University of Maryland Baltimore County.

The bill seeks to add to the program parts of West Towson, Knettishall, Loch Raven Village and Rodgers Forge. The program currently applies

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