Towson residents oppose proposed sale and move of fire station – baltimoresun.com

2013-11-26T22:14:33+00:00 November 26th, 2013|Categories: Development, Press|Tags: , |Comments Off on Towson residents oppose proposed sale and move of fire station – baltimoresun.com

Towson residents spoke out Tuesday at the Baltimore County Council work session against the proposed sale of the Towson fire station property at the corner of Bosley Avenue and York Road for commercial redevelopment as a Royal Farms gas station and convenience store, and the relocation of the fire station to another location.

“We oppose moving the fire station from its current location to the proposed location” at Bosley Avenue and Towsontown Boulevard, West Towson resident Peggy King said. “Why can’t the fire station be built on the existing site?”

King’s question, along with her community’s opposition, were frequently repeated at the two-hour-long work session, when the council heard testimony on the sale of the North Point Government Center, Randallstown Police Substation, and the Towson fire station.

via Towson residents oppose proposed sale and move of fire station – baltimoresun.com.