Area residents will have another chance to voice their concerns to Baltimore County and developers at a community input meeting for the Foundry Row project next month.
At 7 p.m. Feb. 11 a community input meeting on the development, a $140 million retail and business center to be built at the vacant Solo Cup plant, will be held at New Town High School. County officials will be at the meeting at 6:30 p.m. to answer questions prior to the meeting.
At a public concept meeting in January, residents asked developers about traffic, the mix of retailers and road improvements. Little time was spent discussing the signatures submitted by two groups backed by opposing developers asking the county to bring its zoning decisions to referendum.
“We believe we have every legal right – the county also believes we have every legal right – to process this plan,” David Gildea, attorney for Foundry Row developer Greenberg Gibbons, said at the January meeting.