October 22, 2013
Comments Off on The Washington Post – Luz Lazo, 10/22
Media outlets including The Washington Post attended the Gansler-Ivey press conference, which brought needed awareness to the development plans. Candidate Gansler called the golf course “an environmental gem” worth protecting and reiterated, as others have said, the need to maintain … Continue reading
October 18, 2013
Comments Off on The Washington Post – Miranda Spivack, 10/18
The Washington Post’s Miranda Spivack asks the question: If you build it, will faculty and staff come? While there is debate over golf course development, which is riling businesses on Route 1, residents in College Park but President Loh claims … Continue reading
October 7, 2013
Comments Off on The Washington Post – Miranda Spivack, 10/07
Brian Gibbons’ proposal to the University of Maryland for a shopping center and housing draws flak from prominent Maryland lawmakers. They say the new proposal would “undermine the vision” of the Master Plan for College Park, including the Golf Course … Continue reading
September 29, 2013
Comments Off on The Washington Post – Luz Lazo, 9/29
The Washington Post reports on a developer’s idea to build housing, retail and a road to I-95 in part of the University of Maryland’s Golf Course green space and it has neighbors alarmed. Read the full article here.
September 7, 2013
Comments Off on The Washington Post – Tracee Hamilton, 9/7
University of Maryland considers getting rid of golf course and going for the green: With dollar signs in its eyes, U-Md. is thinking about letting a developer pave over its golf course. Read the full article here.
August 23, 2013
Comments Off on The Washington Post – Tracee Hamilton, 8/13
Despite move to greener pastures, Maryland’s lean years likely to continue: Terps have no money, but much debt. Maryland needs to spend money, but also save for the future. Read the full article here.