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Tom Meachum with Carney, Kelehan, Bresler, Bennett and Scherr LLP, a general-practice law firm headquartered in Columbia, Md., represented Bith Energy in requesting an amendment to zoning regulations allowing Baltimore-based Bith Energy to build a 50- to 60-acre solar energy farm on Nixon’s Farm in West Friendship, Md. The Howard County Council unanimously approved the amendment Monday, Dec. 3.
“We’re pleased to represent Bith Energy as they seek legislation that will lead to new sources of clean, renewable energy in Howard County. The zoning amendment will bring a larger solar energy farm that creates more affordable energy without depleting fossil fuels,” Meachum said.
CarneyKelehan represented Bith Energy beginning in July 2012 in meetings with the Howard County Council, Howard County Planning Board and Howard County Department of Planning and Zoning.
Meachum, who has more than 30 years of experience in the legal field, specializes in zoning and development law, general real estate, employment law, estate litigation and alcohol beverage licensing. He advises real estate clients in matters including special exceptions, rezoning, conditional uses, waiver applications, development, variances, real estate contracts, title issues and covenants, and provides general counsel to companies and individual employees on employment matters.
Carney, Kelehan, Bresler, Bennett and Scherr LLP has provided legal services to businesses, individuals and families in the Baltimore, Annapolis and Washington areas for more than four decades. A general law practice headquartered in Columbia, Md., CarneyKelehan specializes in education, public school, real estate, land use and zoning, trusts and estates, taxation, business, labor, personal injury, worker’s compensation and litigation in state and federal courts. CarneyKelehan also has offices in Annapolis and Salisbury, Md. (www.carneykelehan.com)