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7:30 pm Monthly GTCCA Meeting March @ Pickersgill Retirement Community
Monthly GTCCA Meeting March @ Pickersgill Retirement Community
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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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7:30 pm Monthly GTCCA Meeting May @ Pickersgill Retirement Community
Monthly GTCCA Meeting May @ Pickersgill Retirement Community
May 17 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm
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6:00 pm GTCCA Summer Soirée @ TBA
GTCCA Summer Soirée @ TBA
Jun 21 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
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Jul
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7:30 pm Monthly GTCCA Meeting July @ Pickersgill Retirement Community
Monthly GTCCA Meeting July @ Pickersgill Retirement Community
Jul 19 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm
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Developer’s $5,000 will pay for new trees in Towson neighborhood – Baltimore Sun

As part of its construction of Towson Mews, a 34-townhouse project in East Towson, Developer Evergreene Homes has contributed $5,000 to plant trees in nearby Towson Manor Village this fall.

Evergreene broke ground on Towson Mews in April.

Last week, a check for $5,000 made its way to Blue Water Baltimore, a nonprofit organization

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New Towson Mews Proposal Adds Open Space | County Councilman David Marks

On Monday, March 16, the Baltimore County Council passed an amended Planned Unit Development resolution for Towson Mews, a residential development proposed near Historic East Towson.

I am very pleased we were able to accommodate many concerns from residents of Historic East Towson. They wanted more open space and a development plan that was better

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Input meeting slated for Towson Mews – Baltimore Sun

A community input meeting has been set for discussion of the Towson Mews planned unit development. The meeting will be held Monday, Nov. 17 at 7 p.m. at the East Towson Carver Community Center, 3001 Lennox Ave. The Evergreene Cos. have proposed construction of 35 townhouses on the 1.24-acre property at 200 E. Pennsylvania Ave.,

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Log cabin from 1800s relocated within East Towson – Baltimore Sun

A wet wind tugged at Tom Repsher’s umbrella as he watched his log cabin, known as the Historic Parker House, being moved on wheels from Jefferson to Fairmount avenues in Towson late Wednesday.

Police cars blocked the 400 block of Jefferson Avenue, a rainswept street off Towsontown Boulevard, while movers and Baltimore Gas and Electric

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Marks to introduce PUD for Towson Mews – baltimoresun.com

Towson Mews, a development of 35 townhouses, will move a step closer to construction when Councilman David Marks, whose 5th District includes downtown Towson, introduces the planned unit development resolution at the Aug. 4 Baltimore County Council meeting.

“I have not heard any complaints about this project,” Marks said Monday.The proposed development in East Towson

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