A panel has recommended selling three Baltimore County owned properties for financial reasons.
The proposed sale of the North Point Government Center, the Fire Station 2 building in Towson a police substation building in Randallstown has been submitted to the Baltimore County Council, according to a news release.
"The county is faced with the need to replace three aging facilities. The old way was for the County to borrow money—taxpayer dollars—and rebuild the facilities, taking on additional debt," County Executive Kamenetz said in a news release. "Our county government must do business differently during these tough economic times. The old models simply will not work if you are committed to investing in public education, public safety and rebuilding an aging infrastructure while keeping tax rates stable."
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