Baltimore Sun Reports Developers of Bel Air retirement community won’t change plans
Developers of a continuing care retirement community and surrounding single-family homes east of Bel Air changed their plans once, based on community opposition, but they do not plan to alter them again, despite opponents voicing many of the same concerns at a community input meeting Monday.
Neighbors who attended the session said they appreciated the changes developers made to their plans, but they said the current version does not fully address concerns about traffic and aesthetics.
“I think your area of interest is way too high,” said Amyclae East resident Greg Marcinkiewicz of the developers’ claims their project would benefit all of Harford County. “Bring it down to the Bel Air, Eva-Mar site area; I could care less about Harford County, I live here. Bring your scope down to our level, look at our neighborhood, look around our neighborhood, see what we have to offer.”