While the property is currently owned by Baltimore County, downzoning would curb the potential for development if it ever again became privately owned. County Councilman David Marks said he plans to reduce the zoning from two houses per acre to one house per acre.
A complete list of areas expected to be downzoned is available in the article, Marks' Zoning Plan Calls for Curbing Perry Hall Development.
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