Honoring Rosewood's past by creating a better future for Maryland's intellectually and developmentally disabled

Stevenson University’s purchase for $1 of most of the former Rosewood Center campus in Owings Mills is without question a good deal for the state. We have spent millions on upkeep for the property during the decade since the institution closed. It’s a good deal for Stevenson, which has grown rapidly in recent years and needed land to expand, with no more logical place than this 117-acre parcel between its existing campuses. And it’s a good deal for Owings Mills. It promises to transform a community eyesore into a productive use, but one that won’t strain local resources in the way new residential or commercial development would. (Balt. Sun)

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