Towson residents were out in force Monday evening at two separate meetings to voice their opinions on a pair of redevelopment proposals that have sparked controversy and protest in recent months — a proposed Royal Farms gas station at the corner of Bosley Avenue and York Road and, two miles south, a proposed Starbucks
Opponents of a planned gas station in Towson filled the Baltimore County Council chambers on Tuesday to speak out against the project, saying it won’t bring any benefits to the community.
Residents of the neighborhoods near the planned Towson Gateway – proposed by developer Caves Valley Partners for the corner of York Road and
Thank you to Senator Jim Brochin and Delegate Steve Lafferty for hosting the Town Hall meeting concerning the proposed Royal Farms gas station on Monday, December 12.
State Senator Jim Brochin
Elected officials have slated two meetings Monday night centered on proposed developments in Towson — a planned retail center and Royal Farms store
Oppose the 24-7 mega gas station and convenience store PUD at York and Bosley Roads Monday October 3, 2016
Gather at Patriot Plaza at 5:30PM W. Pennsylvania and Baltimore Street
Proceed to the Baltimore County Council Meeting at 6PM Council Chambers Old Courthouse 400 Washington Ave
Towson residents and environmentalists are fighting a proposed 24-hour, 16-pump Royal Farms gas station at the corner of York Road and Bosley Avenue, the site of the old fire station.
At the same time, Councilman David Marks said he’s getting pressure from County Executive Kevin Kamenetz to push the proposal through, although the administration