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Robert Moxley's firm Security Realty Company (now Security Development Group Inc),), 10 percent of Howard County, from 140 separate owners.Rouse was turned down in financing from David Rockefeller, who had recently cancelled a planned Rouse "Village" concept called Pocantico Hills.
Columbia properly consists only of that territory governed by the Columbia Association, but larger areas are included under its name by the U. The census-designated place had a population of 99,615 at the 2010 United States Census. A small post office at the crossroads of the turnpike and Old Annapolis Road (present-day MD 108) named "Columbia" opened on August 27, 1874, serving a population of 20 residents as late as 1912. This position exposed Rouse to all phases of the housing industry.The case was dropped when developer Homer Gudelsky purchased the estate. Miller stated that if he could do it over again, he wouldn't have approved Columbia.He felt exploited and felt the subsidized housing would become a problem for the rest of the county.Rouse's ideas about what a new model city should be like were informed by a number of factors, including his personal Christian faith as well as the goal for his company to earn a profit, influences that he did not consider to be incompatible with one another.In April 1962 Mel Berman, a longtime Howard County resident who was also a member of the CRD's Board of Directors, saw a sign on Cedar Lane in Howard County advertising 1,309 acres (530 ha) for sale.