The Park Heights area in Baltimore is getting a makeover. A new state-funded project is deconstructing old buildings and rebuilding the area with workforce housing, recreation, and retail centers. But for some long time residents, they’re not ready for the change.
Wednesday, Lt. Gov. Boyd Rutherford and Treasurer Nancy Kopp voted in favor of granting a wetlands license to a Kent Island developer, despite complaints from residents and previous application rejections.
Nationals Park in Southeast Washington has helped the Capitol Riverfront Neighborhood experience a wave of new development and growth.
The Maryland General Assembly passed a bill April 5 to create a council charged with minimizing the impact of sea level rise on new state buildings. House Bill 615 would establish the council and task it with establishing guidelines for how future state development and renovation projects can avoid damage from rising sea levels and flooding.