The final step in the development process for Towson Station is underway after a Baltimore County administrative law judge heard a total of seven hours of testimony regarding the controversial project proposed by developer Caves Valley Partners.

At the hearings Tuesday and Wednesday, multiple county government employees recommended that Judge Lawrence Stahl approve the proposal for the shopping center at the corner of York Road and Bosley Avenue, saying it met the county laws and guidelines reviewed by each department. Caves Valley needs the administrative law judge’s approval to start construction.

Representatives from the departments of Planning; Permits, Approvals and Inspections; Recreation and Parks; and Environmental Protection and Sustainability all said the proposal complied with their guidelines. Any issues county agencies had with the project had been addressed in revised proposals, those officials testified.

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