David Marks

Widespread support, a couple passionate detractors at Bosley Estates public meeting

Widespread support, a couple passionate detractors at Bosley Estates public meeting

More than 50 people packed a public meeting Wednesday night to give feedback on a proposed condominium development at the site of the historic Bosley Mansion in Towson’s Southland Hills neighborhood.

During the sometimes emotional meeting held at the George Washington Carver Center for Arts and Technology, some residents criticized the proposal for the Bosley Estates project. But many others said that though the project is not exactly what they wanted, they want it to move forward.

“At the end of the day, it is not a park. It is an economic reality that you’ve got to make a profit,” said Jim Tomney, of Southland Hills. “I sure don’t want my desire for the...

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