Clapp Communications works with Foxleigh Enterprises, owners of Green Spring Station, to spread awareness about  the impact of a zoning change on its property, the services Green Spring Station provides to the community and why this center has been the gem of Baltimore County for decades.

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On January 24, the Baltimore Sun published a front-page article entitled “Zoning Process Flawed, Owner of Green Spring Station Says.” Foxleigh Enterprises’ principals were able to tell their story to hundreds of thousands of local readers. The article was then picked up by Center Maryland and WYPR, highlighted in the following Sunday Sun Around the Region section and reprinted by the Baltimore County business and political paper, The Jeffersonian.

Green Spring Station says Balto. Co. zoning process flawed

Green Spring Station — a collection of boutiques, restaurants and offices near the northern end of the Jones Falls Expressway — commands some of the highest rent in Baltimore County. Visitors can shop for French linens at Paris-based Yves Delorme, try on mink at furrier Mano Swartz, and play squash at the Green Spring Racquet Club.

Now, though, owner Foxleigh Enterprises says a County Council vote has stymied its plans for an addition and renovations, putting the Lutherville development at a competitive disadvantage. Company officials say the vote highlights what they see as flaws in the countywide zoning process that takes place every four years.