Editor Lutherville-Timonium Patch Staff firstname.lastname@example.org
6:10 pm on Thursday, June 21, 2012
The slippery slope theory espoused by Mr. Hooper and Mr. Rockel is misguided at best.
College Manor has not only cared for the parents and grandparents of Luthervillians, they have cared for land and the building that is the centerpiece of the Lutherville Historic District. For the College Manor family to continue to be the caretakers of the legacy of the property, they have to remain viable. What was desirable in elder care twenty years ago is not the same as it is now and probably won't be the same in just ten years from now; yet College Manor is willing to not do any more building for twenty years.
Their proposal (as read in the E-Luthervillian) is not the same as that indicated in Letter B of the suggested letter to Councilman Huff. Therefore, I would encourage those neighbors who are not swayed by sensationalism to find the facts.
The College Manor family's proposal sounds like a business trying to work with the community and work through difficult current (and quite possibly future) economic conditions in a tasteful way. (Which is more than I can say for those awful yellow signs).
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