High's Dairy Stores next week will propose building a new gas station, car wash and convenience store at the corner of Annapolis Road and Charter Oaks Boulevard.
The new store would fill a plot of land that has been vacant for more than a year, ever since the demolition of a former Chinese restaurant on the site.
Officials from High's are expected to present their plan at the Tuesday, July 31 meeting of the Odenton Town Center Plan Oversight Committee.
The landowner, Frank Dimick, struck a deal with High's after a similar proposal with BP gas stations fell through.
High's would bring another hybrid convenience/gas station location to Odenton, similar to the Royal Farms store at the corner of Annapolis Road and Blue Water Boulevard.
Other items on Tuesday's oversight committee agenda include:
- Matt Harrell, a representative of the Maryland State Highway Administration, will give an update on the timeline for road and intersection improvements on Annapolis Road in front of Fort Meade and into Odenton.
- Sally Shoemaker of the Odenton Heritage Society will give a presentation discussing the role and requirements of the historic district in the Odenton Town Center Master Plan.
- Steve Horne of Elm Street Development will present the latest plan for new apartments near the intersection of North Patuxent Road and Becknel Avenue. The committee could hold a final vote on whether to recommend the plan.
The full draft agenda of the next meeting of the Odenton Town Center Plan Oversight Committee is attached.
The committee will meet on Tuesday, July 31 at 6:30 p.m. at the Western District Police station at 8273 Telegraph Rd., Odenton. The meeting is open to the public and there will be time set aside for public comment.
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