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Commissioner Rothstein provides a little bit of details regarding a proposed storage facility located next to Carroll Highlands in Eldersburg

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Carroll County Commissioner Ed Rothstein will be holding a Community Outreach meeting on March 5th regarding a proposed storage facility to be located next to Carroll Highlands in Eldersburg (announced on February 21st).

As part of Priority Carroll at the Board of Carroll County Commissioners Open Session meeting on February 22nd, Commissioner Rothstein provided a little bit of details about the proposed storage facility:

  • Intent of only being 3 floors
  • 35 feet (I am guessing height of the proposed structure)
  • Pretty cool facade

You can see his remarks on this topic from February 22nd here:

I know it is not a lot of information today about this proposed structure…but at least is a starting point for the community in advance of the March 5th meeting.

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Here is the article from yesterday about the upcoming meeting on March 5th:

Commissioner Rothstein will host a Community Outreach meeting regarding a proposed storage facility to be located next to Carroll Highlands in Eldersburg

You can see past articles about Carroll Highlands on the Observer here:  https://carrollcountyobserver.com/?s=carroll+highlands


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  1. […] It was recently announced that on March 5th Carroll County Commissioner Ed Rothstein (District 5) will be holding a Community Outreach meeting regarding a proposed storage facility to be located next to Carroll Highlands in Eldersburg (READ MORE). At this point we do not know many details about the new proposed facility other than the intent is to no higher that 3 stories and 35 feet (READ MORE). […]

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