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Planning Agency's General Counsel Emails Farm Road Advocate, Media and Inspector General

The Maryland-National Park and Planning Commission (the "Commission") gave a written statement to the Baltimore Sun on January 10, 2008.

The Baltimore Sun requested a response from the advocate for the Farm Road property owners.

An email chain between the Commission's General Counsel, Adrian Gardner, and the advocate, Steve Kanstoroom, followed whereby Mr. Gardner forwarded a copy of the chain to the Baltimore Sun and the Montgomery County Inspector General.

Click here to see the email exchange.

Click here to see Mr. Kanstoroom's response to the Baltimore Sun regarding M-NCPPC's written statement.

Click here to see the Maryland Public Information Act Request seeking what procedures, if any, the Commission has for issuing addresses. To date, the request has not been fulfilled by the Commission.

Click here to see the email attachment showing the Commission's address book. Farm Road appears as a red line in the upper left corner and also to the right of address 18524, directly across from Sandy Spring Elementary School.


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