UPDATE: The Charles County Planning Commission has announced that it will be holding a virtual public hearing on the proposed legislation and changes to the Adequate Public Facilities Manual on August 17, 2020 at 6:00 pm. A Charles County Government press release issued on July 28 said “[t]he purpose of
Earlier this month, the Board of Charles County Commissioners voted to approve a 31-page agreement between the county and developer Greenberg Gibbons Commercial that lays out the terms for the development of Waldorf Station, which has been called the biggest development project in the county in the past 40 years.
When I wrote TLR‘s first-ever editorial two weeks ago, I ended with this: Charles County needs to care about whether, and for how long, the Maryland Independent will be able to continue putting out a damn paper tomorrow. Turns out it wasn’t very long. At the top of last Friday’s
UPDATE: On Monday evening, June 21, the Charles County Planning Commission voted unanimously to approve the initial site development plan for the warehouse property being eyed as the site of the new Amazon regional delivery center, following a lengthy discussion during which several commissioners expressed concern about the suddenness and
The Charles County Planning Commission agreed last week to pass on submitting comments on proposed legislation that would change the county’s formula for approving new residential subdivision construction based on school capacity. The unanimous decision to wait until the draft legislation has been presented to the Board of Charles County