50 acres of woodland are up for sale in Maryland, and while a developer has scoped the land as a good site for 25 homes, local residents are pressuring local and state officials to employ a little-used open space funding program to buy up the land.
Aug 12, 2006 The Baltimore Sun
Following closely behind Northern Virginia and Washington DC, condo conversions in Baltimore are now halted.
Aug 3, 2006 The Baltimore Sun
The slow reaction to job growth in many Maryland counties jobs may lead to a critical housing shortage.
Jul 25, 2006 The Baltimore Sun
Citing high housing prices in cities with strong growth control policies, one author argues that the smart growth movement seems to place more value on open space than people and their preferred housing choices.
Jul 21, 2006 The Baltimore Sun
With less than 300 residents, the town of Vienna, Maryland, has been grappling with the idea of growth for years. The town's mayor is now supporting a plan that will let the town grow, but not explode.
Jul 19, 2006 The Baltimore Sun
Maryland's eastern shore is trying to cope with new growth spreading out from Washington and Baltimore.
Jul 10, 2006 The Baltimore Sun
Involving hundreds of stakeholders, a set of four workshops in different parts of the state hopes to create a blueprint for regional growth.
Jun 12, 2006 The Baltimore Sun
The federal government has granted permission for construction of Maryland's Intercounty Connector (ICC) outside the nation's capitol.
Jun 3, 2006 The Baltimore Sun
Richard Baron and McCormack Baron Salazar have big plans for a troubled Baltimore neighborhood.
May 7, 2006 The Baltimore Sun
Researchers study the effectiveness of growth management laws in the Smart Growth pioneer state.
Apr 28, 2006 The Baltimore Sun