Community leaders and American Legion members took another opportunity Tuesday afternoon to voice their opposition to the contentious 101 York student housing complex.

While County Councilman David Marks and business leaders said the mixed-use project fits both the county Master Plan and the Walkable Towson Plan while addressing a need to house Towson University students, residents and legion members testifying at the May 13 Baltimore County Council work session took issue with the development’s size and its impact on traffic and crime.

On April 21, Marks, who represents Towson, introduced the resolution to approve continued review of the planned unit development for 101 York. The council will vote on the measure at its May 22 meeting.

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