140-acre Anne Arundel tract could become parkland instead of housing


A tract of land at the center of a long-running development battle in Anne Arundel County could become park space if a county attempt to purchase the property is successful.

County Executive Steve Schuh announced Thursday that Anne Arundel's government is in talks with Snyder Development Corp. to buy the 140-acre Turtle Run at Deep Cove property in Churchton, a south county community on the Chesapeake Bay.

Snyder Development has tried for more than a decade to win permission to build housing on…

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