Baltimore County Council Approves Public Property Sale

The proposal for the Fire Station includes redeveloping it as a shopping center.

By Marge Neal and Adam Bednar

The Baltimore County Council on Monday night approved contracts of sale on three county-owned parcels of land, opening the door for private development at the sites in Dundalk, Towson and Randallstown.

Council members voted 7-0 to approve the contracts, two of which had been passionately opposed by residents in Towson and Dundalk.

Plans for the Towson Fire Station include redeveloping it as a shopping center that includes a Royal Farms store.

The property, located at the intersection of York Road and Bosley Avenue, has served as a fire station since 1958, and the county estimates the overall value of the sale to be $8.5 million, according to a news release.

The proposed development would also feature a gas station, fast food restaurant and a bank.
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