The Harford County Council unanimously handed a invoice Tuesday that may impose a moratorium on website plan approvals and the issuance of constructing permits for brand new constructing building on Perryman Peninsula.
Perryman residents have attended council conferences in giant numbers the previous a number of months in opposition to the proposed Mitchell property improvement that would come with 5.2 million sq. toes of warehouse building if accepted.
Part of the invoice would enable the council to type a committee that may evaluate group impacts of the development. The council launched an modification Tuesday that may enable it to type this committee upon passage of the invoice as an alternative of when it takes impact, 60 days after the invoice is handed, in response to the language of the invoice.
The council accepted this modification and accepted 9 others — primarily modifications in language to parts of the invoice. All have been accepted unanimously, apart from an modification that council member Andre Johnson voted in opposition to, which permits for continued processing of different constructing software supplies in need of ultimate constructing permits and website plans.