Baltimore County Council poised to reconsider Towson gas station proposal – Baltimore Sun

Baltimore County officials are poised to reconsider a controversial proposal for a gas station at a highly visible intersection in Towson — a project that’s stirred months of protest from residents and strained relationships among politicians who will decide its fate.

The Towson Station project on the site of a former fire station on York Road at Bosley Avenue has residents and business interests debating what’s best for what many consider the “gateway” to Towson.

Baltimore County Council members gave a green light last year to developer Caves Valley Partners to take Towson Station through the county development review process. The proposal calls for a Royal Farms gas station and a retail center.

But amid vocal opposition from residents who see the gas station as inappropriate for a marquee location, Towson’s representative on the council, David Marks, said last month he had had a change of heart. He pulled his support of the proposal, and now wants to ban the use of gas pumps at the 5.8-acre site.

That move, scheduled to be discussed Tuesday at a council work session, would effectively kill the Royal Farms plan.

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  1. gail colohan August 1, 2017 at 9:54 am

    NOOOOOOOo gas station. Period. It is not needed, not wanted and will contribute to the already congested traffic in Towson

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