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Session Laws, 1958
Volume 619, Page 358   View pdf image (33K)
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358                               JOINT RESOLUTIONS

Office Building as a means of stimulating residential development
of the area in the best interests of State employees and the tax-
payers of the State of Maryland; and

WHEREAS, there are certain areas in the vicinity of Tyson Street
which have not been and are not scheduled for rehabilitation and
through which the proposed East-West Radial Expressway could
readily be routed with benefit to the City's appearance and taxable
basis; and

WHEREAS, the Baltimore City Planning Commission has already
prepared alternate routes for the East-West Radial Expressway
which would preserve Tyson Street; now, therefore, be it

Resolved by the General Assembly of Maryland, That this body
is unalterably opposed to the extinction of the 900 block of Tyson
Street, and it is the sense of said Body that any present plans
to route the East-West Radial Expressway through the 900 block of
Tyson Street be revised to by-pass said area, and that none of the
property in said area be condemned for the purpose of said Express-
way; and that copies of this resolution be forwarded by the Chief
Clerk of the House to the Federal Commissioner of Public Roads,
the State Roads Commission of Maryland, the Department of Public
Works of Baltimore City, Baltimore City Planning Commission,
and the Urban Renewal and Housing Agency.

Approved April 4, 1958.

No. 21
(House Joint Resolution 27)

House Joint Resolution requesting the Congress of the United States
to authorize the Army Corps of Engineers to make a survey of the
Patuxent River in regard to flood control.

WHEREAS, The Patuxent River flows through Prince George's
County, Howard County and Anne Arundel County in the State of
Maryland; and

WHEREAS, At the present time, there is inadequate flood control of
the Patuxent River; and

WHEREAS, Because of the inadequate flood control, the possible
flooding of the Patuxent River constitutes a threat to the health and
welfare of the people living in these three counties; and

WHEREAS, The General Assembly of Maryland believes it is de-
sirable that the Army Corps of Engineers make a survey of this sit-

EXPLANATION: Italics indicate new matter added to existing law.

[Brackets] indicate matter stricken from existing law.
CAPITALS indicate amendments to bill.
Strike out indicates matter stricken out of bill.


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