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Old Towson fire station demolished – Towson Flyer

The old Towson fire station at York Road and Bosley Avenue was demolished today.

Caves Valley, a Towson-based developer, is seeking permission from the county to build a large 24-hour Royal Farms at the site — a plan that many in the community have vigorously opposed. Caves Valley is also the developer of the stalled Towson Row development on York Road across from the library.

The application for the Royal Farms “is nowhere near being approved, so I am at a loss to explain why the county felt the need to demolish the structure — unless there was some safety hazard,” said Councilman David Marks, who represents the Towson area.

Read full article: Old Towson fire station demolished – Towson Flyer

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