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County Council

East County Times Report

– Article & Photo by Devin Crum – Baltimore County Councilman Todd Crandell (R-7) last week rejected a long-awaited attempt to build what has been called a “mini-city” on the Veterans Administration-owned property at Fort Howard. It was no secret that Crandell had planned to reject the project, which was Read more…

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County Council

Councilman Todd Crandell Press Release

Councilman Todd Crandell FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CRANDELL REJECTS PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT AT FORT HOWARD Towson, MD September 21, 2015 A long awaited Planned Unit Development (PUD) to re-develop the the Fort Howard property has been introduced by the current developer. Councilman Todd Crandell officially rejected the application, which sends the Read more…

By Admin, ago
Development

Fort Howard Water Main Replacement Plan

 LEFT CLICK TO ENLARGE   The Baltimore County Department of Public Works has advised Fort Howard Community Association of the the Fort Howard Water Main Replacement Plan in the following response August 3, 2015: “Attached  (ABOVE IMAGE) shows the extent of the water main replacement we will be doing in Read more…

By Admin, ago
Development

Update: Water Infrastructure

Baltimore City Department of Public Works is addressing the water  distribution infrastructure improvements in Fort Howard. As explained by Mr. Arthur Shapiro Chief, Office of Engineering and Construction at City of Baltimore – DPW during a recent telephone conversation July 27, 2015 to paraphrase: “Baltimore City DPW maintains water service Read more…

By Admin, ago
Development

Natural Gas Infrastructure in Fort Howard

Fort Howard Community Associations is exploring with Baltimore Gas & Electric, Baltimore County, Maryland State,  and the Federal government officials supplying  natural gas service to Fort Howard residents. Currently residents along the North Point Road corridor and Chestnut Avenue have  gas main connection availability leaving Todd, Bayside,  Howard, Old Bay,  Read more…

By Admin, ago
Development

Fort Howard Development: Update

On the heels of last weeks Memorial Day commemorating our Veterans, yesterday evening June 4th, over more than 75 people of Fort Howard, Todd’s Farm, Denton Avenue, Millers Island, Eastfield-Stansbrook, Edgemere, Logan Village, Beechwood Estate (just name some communities),  including community associations presidents Denise Haas (Millers island C.A),  Chris Pappas(Fort Read more…

By Admin, ago
Development

The New City of Fort Howard 21052

You are welcomed to review the following or go to the Institute of Traffic Engineers Manual however the gist is: According to the data presented Maryland requires a traffic study if more than 50 directional trips are generated. And according to Baltimore County Traffic Engineering the life assisted care community Read more…

By Admin, ago
Development

The Fort Howard Community

The Fort Howard Community is one of several uniquely small, rural, Chesapeake Bay communities on the historic North Point Peninsula. How small?  About 187 homes with seven or eight roads on 50 acres or so. How rural? There’s no mail delivery, only the post office. There are no sidewalks, no Read more…

By Admin, ago