Viaduct, manor among Howard Co. sites...

Viaduct, manor among Howard Co. sites on list of endangered property

There are 1 comment on the The Baltimore Sun story from May 8, 2011, titled Viaduct, manor among Howard Co. sites on list of endangered property. In it, The Baltimore Sun reports that:

Howard County is often seen as a young, fast-growing suburb, but an annual list of the county's top 10 endangered historic sites compiled by the group Preservation Howard County tells another story.

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eliahu

Richmond, VA

#1 May 10, 2011
Aside from the neglect of Columbia's historical sites, there seems to be a neglect in the replacement of the darkened night time street lights. Various swatches of darken areas proliferate Columbia, areas which should be well lighted. Twin Rivers road, Broken Land Area are but two darken stretches.

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