The developer that proposes to build a Royal Farms gas station and convenience store on roughly six acres in north Towson — a plan that has sparked the opposition of some neighboring residents — will host a community input meeting on the project May 8, according to county officials.

The meeting is scheduled for 7 p.m. at the Conference Center at Sheppard Pratt, at 6501 N. Charles St., in Towson.

The meeting will be conducted by officials of the Towson-based developer, Caves Valley Partners, which has proposed building a 5,166-square-foot convenience store and fueling station and two one-story retail/restaurant buildings at the corner of York Road and Bosley Avenue, according to plans Caves Valley officials have submitted to the county.

The process the development plan must undergo before county officials vote on whether to approve it includes the community input meeting, among other steps, Baltimore County spokeswoman Ellen Kobler said.

Source: Community input meeting set for proposed Royal Farms in Towson – Baltimore Sun