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Testimony was offered to the Baltimore County Council at the December 11, 2018 work session to amend  Bill 95-15 for  Delaware developer Tradepoint Atlantic (TPA)  to offer  100 acres of  land in exchange for 78 million dollars of  Baltimore County taxpayer financial  assistance to develop site road, water, and sewer infrastructure at the site.                                                                                                           County Council Website Videocaster

For review and consideration for Monday, December 17, 2018 Baltimore County Council vote, an amended Bill 95-18 and accompanying letter from the Fort Howard Community Association was sent on December 14, 2018 to the Baltimore County Council containing the amended Bill 95-18 language that the County of Baltimore receives from TPA 100 acres for placement of a new fire station, police sub-station, recreational fields, and a multi -purpose center comparable to the 8 million dollar multi -purpose center built in Turner Station.

Multi-purpose Center at Turner Station

Turner Station History Center

The Baltimore County Council can be reached at 410 -887-3196  or emailed at should anyone wish to voice support of the amendment before the vote this coming Monday night.

Baltimore County Council Chairman Julian Jones is Bill  95-18 sponsor. Mr. Jones can be reached at 41-887-3389 or for more information.

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