Two groups that are attempting to force some zoning changes to the 2014 ballot submitted an addition 16,000 signatures Monday.
The groups, the Committee for Zoning Integrity and the Committee for Zoning Transparency, delivered the additional signatures to the Baltimore County Board of Elections.
On Friday, the total signatures—34,000 signatures for the petition on the 6th district zoning issues and another 36,662 on the 2nd Council District.
The additional signatures delivered Monday come as the first deadline passes for the referendum effort.
Opponents of the bills, backed by developers including David Cordish and David S. Brown Enterprises, must submit at least 28,826 verified signatures of Baltimore County voters. The group can buy itself an extra 30-days if they can reach at least 9,513.
The signatures will take several days to verify.