County Restricts Residential Growth
Subdivisions Limited In Rural Pr. George's
By Ovetta Wiggins
Washington Post Staff Writer
Wednesday, January 12, 2005; Page B01
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In addition to the one-year ban on applications for new subdivisions, the bills approved yesterday impose building standards on new houses and a four-month time frame for using a building permit.
Houses must have front and side facades made of brick, contain at least 3,000 square feet of floor space (exclusive of garage and unfinished basement), have at least a two-car garage and have fences no higher than four feet.
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