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Owings Mills and Towson Development, Responsible Pet Ownership, Lead Paint Hazards and Resources

The November edition of Baltimore County’s half-hour cable television public affairs show, “Hello Baltimore County,” highlights the following topics:

Update on Owings Mills and Towson – County Executive Kevin Kamenetz shares the latest on major development and upgrades underway in Towson and Owings Mills.

Responsible Pet Ownership – County veterinarian Dr. Melissa Jones shares resources for pet owners and adoption opportunities for all (with a special Pets for Vets promotion all month for veterans). Spoiler alert – adorable kittens co-star in this segment!

Lead Paint Poisoning – Did you know that any pre-1978 home could have dangerous lead paint? Get the facts and learn about resources to protect your family.

View streaming video of the Hello Baltimore County shows.

In addition to online access, the program runs several times per week on Cable Channel 25, in Baltimore County, at the following times:

  • Mondays: 1:30 p.m., 6 p.m.
  • Tuesdays: Noon, 9 p.m.
  • Wednesdays: 11 a.m., 4 p.m., 10 p.m.
  • Thursdays: 1 p.m., 8 p.m.
  • Fridays: 11 a.m., 6 p.m.
  • Saturdays: 10 a.m., 3 p.m., 7 p.m.
  • Sundays: 10 a.m., 3 p.m., 7 p.m.                                        

Erosion has Caused Safety Concerns

Baltimore County Department of Public Works closed a portion of Oakleigh Road today from Cromwell Bridge Road to Rushley Road. Oakleigh Road was made one-way in July 2013, and has had extensive erosion problems and was recently flagged by Public Works engineers as a potential safety issue.

Engineers now plan to review options during the closure, which they expect will have minimal impact on neighborhood egress and ingress.  


rendering of Towson RowOffices, Housing, Hotel, Whole Foods Market and a Green Plaza

Downtown Towson soon will see one million square feet of offices, luxury and student housing, a hotel, restaurants, shops, a Whole Foods Market and an open, green plaza rising on five acres in the Baltimore County seat.

Site preparation is underway for Towson Row, a $350 million mixed-use project by Towson-based developer Caves Valley Partners that will anchor the southern gateway to downtown Towson.

Focal Point

“Towson Row will transform the Towson skyline and become a focal point for residents, workers and visitors,” said Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz. “You can clearly see Towson Row’s footprint as you walk through downtown Towson. It’s exciting to see so much site activity as this significant private investment moves forward.”

“Towson Row will reaffirm Towson as a preeminent destination in Maryland, now and well into the future,” said Arthur Adler, partner of Caves Valley Partners. “We are completely reimagining the shopping, working, dining, entertainment, and green streetscape experience for Towson residents and visitors.”

The one million square foot, $350 million Towson Row will include 220,000 square feet of office space, a 170-room hotel, student housing with 900 beds, 370 luxury apartments and over 100,000 square feet of shops and restaurants anchored by a 45,000 square foot Whole Foods Market.  Over 1,500 garage parking spaces will serve tenants and customers. Towson Row is being built on five acres bordered by York Road, Towsontown Boulevard, Washington Avenue and Chesapeake Avenue in downtown Towson. 

“With projects such as Towson Row, downtown Towson is living up to its potential as a vibrant place to live, work and visit,” said Baltimore County Councilman David Marks.

About Downtown Towson

Towson Row is part of $1 billion in recent private investment in downtown Towson, including a new 15-screen Cinemark Theatres and restaurants at Towson Square, 2,700 new downtown apartments and townhomes, and the Towson City Center office tower with Towson University programs and headquarters for MileOne Automotive and Remedi Senior Care.

More than 55,000 people live in greater Towson, with over 48,000 people working at companies including GBMC, General Dynamics, Goucher College, MileOne, Sheppard Pratt, Stanley Black and Decker, Towson University, University of Maryland St. Joseph Medical Center and Whiting Turner.


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