Re: [howardpubliced] Re: endorsed Bounds
- Couldn't agree more!! Get real, however. Condemning commercial land would
encompass developers, the bidness community and their lawyers. The land
would be condemned at some astronomical cost. There is land available in
the northeast, but it is zoned industrial/commercial and is not affordable.
A great site for a new high school would have been the former University of
Maryland horse farm on Rt 108, which is being developed. The land belonged
to the people of the state of Maryland, but acquisition would have entailed
Chuckie Ecker actually doing something 10 yr ago. By the way, oh yee in the
hunt country, notice that the U of MD hog farm in Clarkesville contains nary
a pig in sight. Nice piece of land to sell to developers to enhance the
College Kark campus!!
Schools are a more desirable neighbor than high rise office buildings.
>Subject: [howardpubliced] Re: endorsed Bounds
>Date: Thu, 02 Nov 2000 14:50:09 -0000
>--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "bob rosebrough"
> > acceptable to all concerned (never!!??). The school board/HCPSS is
> > when it comes to land acquisition. The only real alternatives
>appear to be
> > condemnation of another part of the Taylor property or of the
>Why do they always condemn open land. Why don't they condemn
>shopping plazas or warehouses and put the schools in those.
>What is there to protect our open spaces.
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