As of Tuesday, CSX had not applied for a demolition permit, said Mike Heyser, the city's building inspector.
Hurley said CSX will go ahead and apply for the permit.
Up until this week, Beck has been adamant that July 3 was the deadline for a government agency to take over legal responsibility for the 40-acre complex along South Burhans Boulevard.
Beck has said he is concerned about CSX's liability, including environmental and safety problems with the dilapidated buildings.
Mayor Robert E. Bruchey II had requested a six-month extension, but Beck, in a June 30 letter to Bruchey, stuck to the July 3 date, according to Hurley.
After a conference call with Bowers and Knode, Beck decided to give them another chance, Hurley said.
The July 10 meeting will give roundhouse supporters a chance to get all the power players together to resolve environmental concerns, Bowers said.
City officials also want to know if renovating the roundhouse is a viable economic project, City Administrator Bruce Zimmerman said during a Tuesday night commissioners meeting at the Washington County Agricultural Education Center.
Commissioner James Wade said he wanted to know how the project would be funded, how much taxpayer money roundhouse officials wanted and who would operate it.
Commissioner John Shank suggested selling off parcels of the undeveloped area to recoup the purchase price.
CSX has asked museum officials for $500,000 for the property.
Bowers said Hagerstown-Washington County Industrial Foundation and Maryland Economic Development Corporation officials are prepared to talk with city and county officials about how to fund the purchase and renovation of the property.
Commissioners President Gregory I. Snook said the regional group that determines what projects get federal transportation funds will consider helping the roundhouse, but it doesn't yet know whether or how the funds could be used for that specific project.
The first phase of the renovation is expected to cost $5 million and would include the 25-stall, crescent-shaped roundhouse and stores building.