Baltimore County has formally announce the sale of three County owned properties, including a fire station, police substation and a government building.
The request for Proposal process was first announced last month, represents the County's creative effort to generate funding without the use of taxpayer dollars to rebuild aging police and fire stations as well as funds for school renovations.
The sale continues County Executive Kevin Kamenetz's efforts to create a government that is innovative, responsible and efficient while making tough fiscal decisions as the economy slowly recovers.
The lots up for sale are North Point Government Center, 7701 Wise Avenue, Towson Fire Station and Public Works Facility, 800 York Road and the Randallstown Police Substation at 9113 Liberty Road.
The County expects to take another 30 to 60 days to negotiate the sales beyond the April 5 deadline. If sufficient funds are offered, each sale will be presented to the County Council for approval. If there are insufficient funds offered, the County will not proceed with the sale.