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  • Councilman looks to ban cash-for-phones ATMs

    Baltimore City would effectively ban machines that spit out cash for used electronics under a bill City Councilman Bill Henry (D-4th District) proposed on June 3. But the company whose machines would be banned says lawmakers should consider the alternatives.
  • Baltimore County Council OKs more time for door-to-door selling

    Baltimore County Council OKs more time for door-to-door selling
    Door-to-door sales representatives would have a little more time to knock on doors under a bill narrowly approved by the Baltimore County Council on Thursday that would change the county's "hucksters and peddlers" law. The key change allows sales...

    Towson Circle owner plans apartment tower, hotel

    Towson Circle owner plans apartment tower, hotel
    The owner of Towson Circle, anchored by Trader Joe's, Pier 1 Imports and Barnes & Noble, is developing plans to redevelop the high-profile property, adding a 400-unit apartment tower and hotel. Retail Properties of America Inc., an Illinois-base real...

    Baltimore Co. budget grows 4.7% as Kamenetz unveils $1.9 billion plan

    Baltimore Co. budget grows 4.7% as Kamenetz unveils $1.9 billion plan
    Baltimore County residents would see no increase in property or income tax rates under a $1.9 billion budget proposed Tuesday by County Executive Kevin Kamenetz. The spending plan includes negotiated pay raises for county employees and public school...

    Planning Board passes Towson open space issue, fee question to Baltimore Co. Council

    Planning Board passes Towson open space issue, fee question to Baltimore Co. Council
    Baltimore County's Planning Board on Thursday chose not to take a position on whether to change open space fees that developers pay — an issue that has drawn considerable interest in the booming Towson area. Rather than formally adopt a report...