At the West Baltimore police station where fed-up residents confronted police last April, local business leaders see room for a playground and a food truck. What is currently a locked-down building with mirrored windows soon will offer public space for community programs.

The plans are part of a $2.4 million project poised to get underway after expected approval by the Board of Estimates this week, said a group led by former Under Armour executive Scott Plank and regional Wells Fargo president Andrew Bertamini.

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