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Community Council To Meet With Elected Officials

Baltimore County Council members will join the Greater Parkville Community Council at a Thursday night meeting to discuss the future of Parkville, Carney and Cub Hill.

UPDATE (3:10 p.m.) — Councilman David Marks informed Patch via email that he would be unable to attend the Greater Parkville Community Council meeting tomorrow night.

Marks will instead be the speaker at a May 10 Greater Parkville Community Council meeting.

The original text of this article follows:

The Greater Parkville Community Council will meet Thursday night and they're welcoming some special guests—the Baltimore County Council members who represent Parkville, Carney and Cub Hill.

Councilman David Marks, Councilwoman Cathy Bevins and Councilman Todd Huff have been invited to attend the meeting and the agenda includes , legislation to , traffic management in neighborhoods and last but certainly not least the rezoning of several properties in the area during the Comprehensive Zoning Map Process.

Several zoning issues will be up for discussion, according to Greater Parkville Community Council president Ruth Baisden.

These zoning topics include:

  • A at Harford and Joppa Roads.
  • A proposal to and allow the dealership to expand
  • Various proposals to down zone areas identified for open space

The Greater Parkville Community Council meets the second Thursday of each month at 7 p.m. at Parkville Senior Center, 8601 Harford Road.

Meetings are open to the public, and questions can be directed to president Ruth Baisden: ruthbaisden@yahoo.com.

Will you attend this meeting? Which of these issues is most important to you? Tell us in the comments.

Meg O'Hare April 12, 2012 at 04:07 PM
I am disappointed that Councilman Marks cannot attend. He represents the largest portion of Carney. He assured me he will have a representative attending. At least that is something.
Meg O'Hare April 12, 2012 at 04:08 PM
Forgot to say that I am looking forward to seeing Councilman Huff and Councilwoman Bevins as they also represent parts of Carney.
ELpH's Mom April 17, 2012 at 01:08 PM
I still can't believe that Councilwoman Bevins will not give any commitment on the East Avenue Decision... Everyone can agree that they wouldn't want them in their backyards yet they can't commit to not letting them into mine. So disappointing...
Meg O'Hare April 17, 2012 at 04:39 PM
I am hopeful that Councilwoman Bevins is someone who will make her decision as if she lived on East Avenue. I will go and testify as CIA president on behalf of the East Avenue Residents. I am sure that Ruth Baisden will do the same as GPCC president. There is no way that any decision to change the zoning for the .72 acre buffer to BM could be made in good conscience. Citizens in older communities should not have to fight over and over again for what is expected in newer developments in Baltimore County.
ELpH's Mom April 18, 2012 at 12:27 PM
I appreciate all that you and Ruth have done from the residents of East Avenue, your continued commitment on this issue has been wonderful.

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