7th District Zoning Meeting Set for Dundalk High on Feb. 29

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The 7th Council District CZMP hearing will be held on Thursday, Feb. 29 at 6 p.m. at Dundalk High School, located at 1901 Delvale Ave in Dundalk
Speaker Registration
You will need to know your issue number or issue numbers you would like to speak about. Find your Issue number(s) on the Issue Lookup or contact your CZMP Community Planner
An online speaker registration will open HERE at 8:30 am two days prior to each hearing:
Speaker Registration Link for Councilmanic District 7 Hearing (All rezoning Issues beginning with “7-“)
A confirmation email will be sent after registration with your speaker number and hearing details. Speakers will speak in the order they have registered on the online signup sheet. Each speaker will be given a total of 2 minutes to speak.
If you need to cancel your registration please contact czmp@baltimorecountymd.gov
The Planning Board requires 20 copies of any materials submitted at the time of the hearing.
Persons needing language interpretation services or other special accommodations should call Louise Nelson at 410-887-3481 at least two weeks before the hearing.
*If there is inclement weather and schools are closed, this hearing will be virtual. Link to be provided.
The County Charter gives the Planning Board a major role in recommending the content of the Capital Program and Budget. The Board’s other advisory responsibilities are established in the County Code or by Executive Order. They include making recommendations or decisions on:
  • The Baltimore County Master Plan
  • Area and special plans and other amendments to the Master Plan
  • The Comprehensive Zoning Map Process
  • Amendments to zoning and related regulations
  • Functional plans, such as the Master Water and Sewerage Plan and Basic Services Maps
  • Developments that conflict with the master plan or involve historic landmarks
  • Review and formulation of the Capital Improvement Program
  • Review of the Annual Development Impact Fee Reportspdf

Benjamin Joseph

Benjamin Joesph has covered news in Eastern Baltimore County since 2006. He started as a reporter with the original East County Times in 2006. He started East Baltco News and later Eastcountytimes.com in 2022.