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Work begins on improvements to Southland Hills mini-park
Work begins on improvements to Southland Hills mini-park

Fifty four trees were planted at a mini-park in Southland Hills on Tuesday May 5, the first of several improvements that are scheduled to be made to the 1-acre, Baltimore County-owned property. The park, located at Towsontown Boulevard, Alabama Road and Bosley Avenue, across from the Towson University parking garage, is benefiting from a Baltimore Gas & Electric Co. grant of about $10,000 and nearly $9,000 from the Baltimore County government, according to County Councilman David Marks and Southland Hills community leaders. Another $10,000 for landscaping has been promised by DMS Development, developer of the planned 101 York Road student housing complex, but Marks said the landscaping...

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