On Thursday (September 3, 2015), Baltimore County Landmarks Preservation Commission informed HGI that they had signed off on the Glyndon Volunteer Fire Department’s permit to demolish the Seaboldt House (the house next to the fire department). Several other County agencies still need to sign off on the permit before the GVFD can begin demolition. The HGI Board will meet to consider appropriate responses and will keep the membership informed.

-Pamela Becker, President, Historic Glyndon, Inc

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  1. Crystal Swem 2 years ago

    Will it be salvaged?? Can HGI members participate?