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Baltimore County executive proposes bill making it easier for police to shutter ‘nuisance’ businesses

March 8, 2022

Closing businesses deemed “public nuisances” would be easier for police under a bill to be proposed Monday by Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski Jr. Current law allows the chief of police to close a business for up to one year after two convictions associated with criminal activity on the property — such as prostitution, drug distribution or violence — in a two-year span.

Article Source: Baltimore Sun

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