Business, Emergency Response, Government

Councilman Marks: space included for police substation in Fitch Avenue project

David MarksBaltimore County Councilman David Marks announced on Wednesday that the developer of a commercial project in the Fullerton area will dedicate space for a police substation.

SAFStor, Inc., will allocate room in its facility where police can hold meetings and conduct business closer to the Fullerton and Rossville Boulevard areas. Additionally, the building will have three storage units that a local charitable organization can use to store materials for individuals or families who find themselves homeless.

The project is expected to open in late 2020 at 4101 and 4105 Fitch Avenue (21236).

“In our experience, this accommodation reinforces a sense of security for the surrounding business community and residential neighborhoods,” wrote Jon Williams on behalf of SAFStor, Inc. A copy of the letter is attached.

“Public safety needs to be one of the top priorities for local government,” Councilman Marks concluded. “During our recent town hall meeting, residents expressed support for more police substations and personnel. This will provide space where police can meet residents and conduct business in the Fullerton and Rossville Boulevard areas.”

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