Monday, August 27, 2007

Baltimore County (finally) takes zoning online

Baltimore County is trying to make things easier for those requesting changes to their zoning as part of the Comprehensive Zoning Map Process. They’re doing this by putting it all online.

The every-four-year event usually meant mountains of paperwork for the planning office and several treks down to Towson for those who forgot something like their tax number.

The new system will let you apply and track progress online.

If it’s as easy as going online, will that encourage you to make much-desired or needed zoning changes to your commercial property or home? Let us know.

We’d also like to hear from those of you who’ve been through a CZMP before. Tell us your horror stories or let us know if it was painless.

-LOUIS LLOVIO, Daily Record Business Writer

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