A contentious month of dialogue and a host of varying opinions from Towson’s stakeholder groups has led Councilman David Marks to take a “timeout” on the planned 101 York student housing development, Marks announced Thursday.
“This project will advance no further until the developer completes a parking study that will be shared with stakeholders and within Baltimore County government,” Marks said in a statement. “While the study is underway, I will continue to bring together the developer and key stakeholders to see if we can address the issues that were raised at the community input meeting. I’m listening, and I’m trying to deal with these concerns.”
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