Plans for a new Towson firehouse moved forward Wednesday when the Design Review Panel voted to approve the design for the brick two-story structure planned for the corner of Bosley Avenue and Towsontown Boulevard.

Area residents were on hand to express concerns about the building’s plain design, as well as worries about traffic and noise.

The firehouse design calls for with five bays for emergency vehicles and a two-story wing with 12 dorm rooms, kitchen, storage and meeting space, according to David Recchia, a partner and vice president of Towson architectural firm Rubeling & Associates, which designed the building.

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