Analysis: ‘Water Wall’ debate shows power & powerlessness of College Park’s fiscal conservatives

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A rendering shows the proposed College Park City Hall at night.

College Park is not like other Route 1 municipalities. Despite nominally being the “largest” city in the corridor, by virtue of the part-time presence of college students, it’s civic character and discourse is more influenced by the approximately 10,000 year-round households whose residents call the city home. In other...
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