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Solo Cup project backed by community groups as petition surfaces
Several Baltimore County community groups are pushing back against a campaign to block redevelopment of the 52-acre Solo Cup plant in Owings Mills.
Pikesville resident Ruth Goldstein, the president of the Greater Midfield Association, is urging Baltimore County residents not to sign a petition that would trigger a November 2014 referendum on the project.
Goldstein, who said she has been joined by the Greater Greenspring Association and the Valleys Planning Council, is reaching out to other community…
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