College Park Council rejects storage facility


Michael Theis/Route 1 Reporter

College Park City Council does not support the construction of a proposed Baltimore Avenue storage facility in the city's Autoville neighborhood. In a seven-to-two vote, College Park City Council voted against the proposed development at its July 17, 2018, meeting. District One Councilor Kate Kennedy and District Three Councilor Robert...
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