CATONSVILLE, Md. - The Baltimore Council has approved a plan to accept 11 acres in Catonsville from the city of Baltimore to help preserve recreational and open space.
The Baltimore Sun reports that the council on Tuesday unanimously backed a plan to accept the $110,000 property on Maple Ave. near Frederick and Rolling roads ( http://bsun.md/xiHl8i).
NeighborSpace, a group that works to preserve open space in urban areas within the county, will protect the land from development.
Information from: The Baltimore Sun, http://www.baltimoresun.com
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