From the Baltimore Sun:
“The developer is represented by the Bel Air law firm Snee, Mahoney, Lutche & Hemlinger, Pa., the same firm that represented Presbyterian Home on its aborted CCRC project in Aberdeen.” 191 more words
Proposed Presbyterian Home of MD Health Care Building is closer to periphery existing buildings than other Tudor Manor houses.
Don’t you think they could move a building of that size on the site plan so it is another 200 feet away and leave a few of the trees. 9 more words
Primary residential roads identified in the 2010 Harford Transportation Element Plan.
(267-83 A.4) The project must be directly accessible from one or more existing or planned arterial, collector or primary residential roads. 38 more words