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The spending plan contains no income or property tax increases.
The Baltimore County Council lowers open space waiver fees charged to developers but gives more money to a group that protects open space in urban areas.
The timing of a bill that reduces fees for developers comes as an August deadline looms for more than a dozen projects.
Baltimore City has proposed a 15 percent increase beginning in July.
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Concerts, parades, family activities and more will honor the U.S. military.
Tuition rates and fees for In-county, out-of-county and out-of-state students will all go up next semester.
Residency requirements could thwart Timothy Tenne's efforts to get his name on the 2014 ballot
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County Councilman David Marks applauds the plan, which he says will "hopefully" yield options for preventing and alleviating overcrowding in Perry Hall schools.
Council correction of a $100,000 math error represents the smallest budget reduction in the last three years.
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