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Monday, October 22, at 7:00 pm

Proposed Swimming Pool Community Input Meeting (proposals for the former jail), Ridge Ruxton School on Charles Street

The County has narrowed down the options for the old jail site to either a community swimming pool or a passive park. Other suggested uses have been eliminated due to cost, space, or other issues.

Now that the demolition of the former jail facility is completed, the County will be holding the second, and possibly final, meeting on proposals for the former jail site. IT IS VITAL THAT THERE IS A LARGE TURNOUT, so come show your interest and support for the pool!.

All this said and done, we are still on track to break ground in time for Memorial Day 2008 opening! Take time to drive, or even better, walk by the site. Demolition of the old jail is substantially complete and it is very easy to visualize a great swim center on the site. Memberships will be available to any Towson area resident on a "first come, first serve" basis. Please encourage your friends and neighbors to get on the reservation list by contacting TSC at Southland Hills residents on the Steering Committee: Ken Sorteberg, Bob Corona, Jim Hudson, Jennifer Bolster, Pete Collier, and Todd Briggs. Stay tuned!

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