State preservation board wants to rescind Superblock approval

$150 million Lexington Square plan would raze buildings

Maryland Historical Trust board members, unhappy with preliminary plans for a key development on Baltimore's west side, on Thursday urged the agency's director to nullify a letter he wrote giving the project the green light. The trustees voted to express "strong opposition" to the $150 million Lexington Square project and to request that the trust's director, J. Rodney Little, rescind a Dec. 22 letter saying the state agency would not hold it up, even ... Full Story »

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by Tina Carroll - Feb. 5, 2011

Gunts' story highlights community sentiment in respects to an ongoing development project. This is something often overlooked by the media.

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