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Ellicott City business owners feel stuck

Len Berkowitz, 74, and wife Sherry Fackler-Berkowitz, 65, stand in now-gutted Great Panes Art Glass Studio on Ellicott City’s Main Street. The shop sits over the Tiber Branch, which flooded earlier in 2018, inundating the shop. Photo by Chris Cioffi, […]

Ellicott City business owners feel stuck

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Len Berkowitz, 74, and wife Sherry Fackler-Berkowitz, 65, stand in now-gutted Great Panes Art Glass Studio on Ellicott City’s Main Street. The shop sits over the Tiber Branch, which flooded earlier in 2018, inundating the shop. Photo by Chris Cioffi, […]

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