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Brief Information About Brooklandville


Brooklandville is a small community town in the County of Baltimore. It is located almost at the confluence of the Baltimore Beltway and the Expressway of Jones Falls. There is a large complex in Green Spring Station and there are a number of companies located around the town. Brooklandville also contains a lot of restaurants, upscale shops, banks and many other commercial establishments. There is a plenty of earning oppurtunities for the locals in these business establishments. There is also a sattelite branch of John Hopkins Hospital located here. The transportation links in the area are quite advanced. Marty Bass is a notable resident of the area.



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