A message from Councilman David Marks:
At the next County Council meeting, I will introduce legislation that prohibits electronic signage beyond a certain height in downtown Towson. This bill will amend the recently-passed sign legislation, which has already been approved by County Executive Kevin Kamenetz. [Read about the sign legislation here.]
I will make copies of the bill available to the Towson Chamber of Commerce, the Greater Towson Committee, and the Greater Towson Council of Community Associations as soon as it is available. Any citizen can view the bill at the County Council Web Site once it is introduced next Monday (http://www.baltimorecountymd.gov/countycouncil/index.html).
While I remain a strong advocate for revitalizing downtown Towson, I have always tried to listen to community concerns, which is why I am taking the unusual step of modifying a bill that was just signed into law.
County Councilman David Marks
400 Washington Avenue
Towson, MD 21204
And here's an article on the change by Patch.com.
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