Robert Tennenbaum, early Columbia planner who added fancy lights to Baltimore’s Howard Street, dies

Robert “Bob” Tennenbaum, a retired city planner who was a pioneer in the development of Columbia and later worked to revive downtown Baltimore’s old shopping district, died of stroke complications Nov. 18 at Sinai Hospital. The Columbia resident was 84.

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