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Third community input meeting set for 101 York project

DMS Development, which is planning to build the 101 York mixed-use student housing and retail project in Towson, met with residents on Monday night for a second input meeting on the planned unit development. This rendering shows a detail of the project.
DMS Development, which is planning to build the 101 York mixed-use student housing and retail project in Towson, met with residents on Monday night for a second input meeting on the planned unit development. This rendering shows a detail of the project. (Rendering courtesy DMS Development)

A third community input meeting on the proposed 101 York planned unit development has been set for Tuesday, Oct 28, 7-9 p.m.

The meeting site, according to the Baltimore County government website is the Jefferson Building in Towson, at 105 West Chesapeake Ave., Room 104. The 101 York PUD would include a mixed-unit building with 611 beds dedicated as college dormitory space, 494 parking spaces and 9,300 square feet of commercial space.

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Towson residents have already had two opportunities to air their concerns about the controversial project. The third meeting has been scheduled to accomodate members of Towson's American Legion post, who were not able to attend the Oct. 6 meeting due to the death of a past post commander.

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