Development Proposals

November 02, 2008

The Harford County Development Advisory Committee serves as a forum for the review of subdivision and site plans submitted to the Department of Planning and Zoning by those seeking building permits. The committee will review the following proposals at 9 a.m. Wednesday (in the second-floor conference room of the Harford County government building, 220 S. Main St., Bel Air:

Churchville Recreation Complex Exp. With Library/Activity Center:

Location : South side of Level Road (Route 155), east of Glenville Road.

Developer: Harford County/Tesseract Sites Inc./Edmeades & Stromdahl Ltd.

Description : 38,030-square-foot activity center/ library, 600 square-foot-gazebo and two athletic fields, 88.04 acres.

2603 Philadelphia Road-Royal Farm Store/Hotel:

Location: Southeast corner of Philadelphia Road (Route 7) and Emmorton Road ( Route 24).

Developer: Enfield Realty Inc./Bohler Engineering P.C.

Description: Construct 5,000 square-foot-Royal Farm Store with gas and 1,190 square-foot-car wash on Lot 1, and subdivide Lots 1 and 2 for a 93 room hotel.

Bynum Run Business Center- Lots 9A & 9B:

Location : Northeast side of Robin Circle.

Developer: Chapco Properties LLC/Frederick Ward Associates.

Description : Subdivide existing Lot 9 into Lots 9A and 9B, 8.22 acres.

Constellation Power Source Generation Inc. Expansion:

Location : South side of Perryman Road (Route 159), west of Chelsea Road.

Developer : Constellation Power Source Generation Inc./Frederick Ward Associates.

Description : Expansion of existing Public Utility Facility, 17 acres.

Magnolia Plaza:

Location : North side of Pulaski Highway (Route 40), west of Mountain Road (Route 152).

Developer : Phoenix Development Services LLC/ American Contracting Services Inc./FWA.

Description : Construct 4,425 square-foot-office building, 0.4885 acre.

1303 Loflin Road:

Location: East side of Loflin Road, north of Pulaski Highway (Route 40).

Developer : TSB Rentals LLC/Frederick Ward Associates.

Description : Primary residential use with accessory commercial vehicle/equipment.

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