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Defunct coal-fired plant towers to be ‘imploded’; Baltimore County weighs proposal to replace with almost 300 townhomes

August 19, 2022

The 300-foot-tall smokestacks that have towered over the Gunpowder River and its creeks for over a half-century are expected to fall Friday morning in Bowleys Quarters as demolition crews tear down the remaining structures of a shuttered coal-fired power plant. The planned destruction will remove the last remaining structures at the defunct Charles P. Crane Generating Station, and comes as Baltimore County planners are weighing a request by property owner Forsite Development Inc. to extend public water and sewer lines to the property.

Article Source: The Baltimore Banner

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