Ulman against tower

Executive candidate says he would block construction

November 03, 2006|By Larry Carson | Larry Carson,Sun reporter

Democratic candidate for Howard County executive Ken Ulman said yesterday that if elected Tuesday he would move to block construction of a 23-story lakefront tower in Columbia and impose a 14-story height limit on downtown buildings.

The two proposals are part of a broader plan Ulman was to announce at noon today at the lakefront for redirecting the process for developing Town Center.

SCHRADER Howard Republican State Sen. Sandra B. Schrader calls Democratic opponent James N. Robey a liar and "demeaning to women" as the District 13 race heats up. See this and other campaign news in today's Maryland section and at baltimoresun.com/election and baltimoresun.com/howard. pg 7b

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