County promise to repair Greenbrier’s roads leaves residents hopeful, but skeptical

Baltimore County officials intend to begin repaving cracked and pot-holed roads in Towson’s Greenbrier neighborhood as early next spring, leaving residents there who have long sought the repairs feeling hopeful yet skeptical that the county will keep its promise.  “We were thrilled to get an actual answer from the County Executive’s office,” Greenbrier Community Association president Kyra Vocci said Sept. 7. “I do have my reservations, though, because we’ve been told before that we’re ‘next on the list.’ But it’s my hope that they’ll follow through this spring.”      Read the article……………

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