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There’s more to the Towson Station story – Baltimore Sun

The story reported in The Sun on the criticism by some members of the Baltimore County Council of the secret five-year extension of the closing date for the sale of county-owned property at the intersection of York Road and Bosley Avenue in Towson to Caves Valley Partners understated the controversy (“Contract extension for Towson

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Contract extension for Towson ‘gateway’ property sparks council criticism – Baltimore Sun

Some Baltimore County Council members are criticizing the Kamenetz administration’s decision to give a developer five more years to complete development plans for a prime property in Towson, with one councilman calling for an audit of the process.

County Executive Kevin Kamenetz’s administration signed an agreement with Caves Valley Partners to extend the sales

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Negotiators: New plan for Towson parcel likely will have no Royal Farms, gas pumps – Baltimore Sun

A revised development plan for the corner of York Road and Bosley Avenue in Towson likely will not include a Royal Farms store or gas pumps — two features that some neighbors of the parcel vehemently oppose in the existing plan for the site — according to Baltimore County Council Chairman Tom Quirk and

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Towson Royal Farms dispute far from resolved, residents say – Baltimore Sun

The head of a group that represents dozens of community associations in the Towson area said this week that the group might take its fight to stop construction of a Royal Farms gas station proposed for the corner of York Road and Bosley Avenue to court, if necessary.

“We would prefer to not have

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Kamenetz: Caves Valley has 30 days to mediate new plan for Towson corner – Baltimore Sun

Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz is setting a 30-day deadline for a developer to meet with residents and devise a new proposal — likely without a gas station — for a high-profile site in downtown Towson.

Kamenetz said Friday that officials with Caves Valley Partners have agreed to meet with neighbors to consider a

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