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Residents protest Royal Farms development in Towson

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Posted at 11:34 PM, Oct 03, 2016
and last updated 2016-10-04 06:16:02-04

A proposal to build a Royal Farms on one of the busiest corners in Towson was protested Monday night.

Residents turned out for a Baltimore County Council meeting to express their concern against a convenience store at the intersection of York Road and Bosley Avenue.

Four years ago a group won a bid to develop the site and it wants to build a Royal Farms. Senator Jim Brochin said it was all about the money and not what's best for the community.

Councilman David Marks introduced a resolution to revisit the deal.

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