Although much of the community rejoiced in the vote, the leader of the coalition, Shirley Supik, said she plans to bring the issue to referendum.
Developer Greenberg Gibbons is proposing a $140 million center that would be anchored by a Wegmans, include several national retailers and 40,000 square feet of office space. Supik's group, and other opponents, claim the development would tie up traffic at an already burdened intersection and derail plans to redevelop the Owings Mills mall.
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