Baltimore County is preparing to sell three taxpayer-owned properties to private developers, but members of the public won’t know all the details of what they’re planning until officials make a decision.

County leaders said last week they would not release proposals for the North Point Government Center in Dundalk, the Towson fire station, and a police substation in Randallstown after The Baltimore Sun filed a Public Information Act request.

Don Mohler, County Executive Kevin Kamenetz’s chief of staff, said the county wants to keep the documents under wraps so that the procurement process is “devoid of any kind of external pressure.”

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