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Two meetings on Towson development proposals scheduled for Monday

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Two meetings on Towson development proposals scheduled for Monday

Elected officials have slated two meetings Monday night centered on proposed developments in Towson — a planned retail center and Royal Farms store at the corner of York Road and Bosley Avenue, and a proposed Starbucks coffee shop at the intersection of York Road and Regester Avenue.

Both projects have stirred opposition among some Towson-area residents. The meetings, which are being hosted separately, were originally scheduled for 7 p.m., in different locations. County Councilman David Marks, who is hosting the meeting on the Starbucks project, has since rescheduled that meeting to 6:15 p.m. in response to complaints from community members who wanted to attend both meetings.

State Sen. Jim Brochin and Del. Steve Lafferty will host a community input meeting at 7 p.m. regarding the proposed Royal Farms in the Minnegan Room on the third floor of the field house at Johnny Unitas Stadium on Towson University’s campus.

The proposal by Caves Valley Partners to purchase and redevelop a county-owned 5.8-acre parcel at the corner of York Road and Bosley Avenue has drawn protest from community members whose concerns include increased traffic and potential pollution from the site, if a planned gas station is built there. Brochin said he helped plan the meeting because he believes that public opportunity to comment on the proposal has been insufficient so far.