Long-stalled plan to build community college in Baltimore suburbs appears to be back on track
The Baltimore Sun
A long-stalled project to bring a library and community college to Owings Mills appears to be back on track.
The Baltimore County Council is expected to review contracts for the facilities this month, Councilman Kevin Kamenetz said Wednesday.
Developer David S. Brown Enterprises had agreed to build the $25 million facility that will house the library and branch of the Community College of Baltimore County as part of a larger project known as Metro Center at Owings Mills. The project was first proposed 10 years ago, and would include shops, restaurants, housing and office space.
But the development has been delayed while county officials haggled with the developer over the cost of the library-community college building.