The Baltimore Sun reported that eight Baltimore County agencies had their records subpoenaed by the Office of the State Prosecutor.
Developer Steve Whalen told the Sun said that wasn't aware of any issues related to the development. To read the full article, go here.
The proposed project is a Planned Unit Development, which allows the developer more flexibility when going through the development process. A PUD also requires public meetings to gather input from the community.
The land has been owned by Whalen Properties since 2004 and the company proposed developing two acres of land that will include four stories of office space and a three-story garage.
Developers will be in Towson this Thursday, August 23 for a hearing officer's hearing as part of the PUD process.