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Council approves review of Owings Mills development

Baltimore County Council members on Monday authorized county agencies to review plans for a 312-unit apartment development at the Dolfield Business Park in Owings Mills.

The proposed project, called the Residences at Soldiers Delight, would include high-end apartments as part of a mixed-used development. It's being developed by companies connected to St. John Properties.

The developer plans to donate $80,000 to construct a football stadium at New Town High. The project is known as a "planned unit development," which allows flexibility in zoning regulations if the developer offers some community benefit, such as funding for sidewalks or parks.

Council members unanimously supported a resolution sponsored by Councilman Kenneth Oliver, a Randallstown Democrat, authorizing review of the project. Oliver's district includes the site, which sits on about 16 acres on the west side of Dolfield Boulevard, south of Easter Court.

The project application will now be sent to the county's Department of Permits, Approvals and Inspections and the Department of Planning, which will review the plans.

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