Bill aimed at curbing school overcrowding fails to pass Howard County Council for second time

After introducing legislation twice and filing amendments to find common ground with fellow council members, a Howard County councilwoman’s yearlong battle to tighten regulations on an ordinance that deals with school capacity ended this week. Council Vice Chairwoman Liz Walsh decided to tackle the Adequate Public Facilities Ordinance, commonly known as APFO, a set of regulations that weighs residential construction’s impact on nearby roads and school populations, first in April 2019 and again in January. (Balt Sun)

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