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Hopes riding on Monday meeting to end Royal Farms bid – Towson Flyer

There will likely be a large and vocal crowd at Monday night’s community-input meeting where the proposed Royal Farms gas station at York Road and Bosley Avenue will be discussed.

Outrage over the proposed development, called Towson Station, grew more heated last month when Baltimore County told its on-call contractor to tear down not only the vacant fire-academy building on the site, but also 30 trees, some of which were very large. The old fire station remains on the site.

Towson-based developer Caves Valley Partners has said it will pay $8 million for the county-owned site so it can build shops, restaurants and a large 24-hour gas station. The proposal is still in the review phase and has not been finalized. Caves Valley is also the developer behind the stalled Towson Row project at York Road and Towsontown Boulevard.

Read full article: Hopes riding on Monday meeting to end Royal Farms bid – Towson Flyer

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