About 250 people turned out on an unusually warm fall Friday to watch WHRF-AM's "Johnny B." do his morning show atop the Bel Air parking garage -- part of the town's latest effort to get more people to use the garage.
"We wanted to make people feel comfortable with the garage; it is a new concept for this area," said Elizabeth Carven, community development administrator for the town of Bel Air. "We wanted to show them there is security -- there are buttons on every floor connected directly to the police department if you need help. And a lot of people still don't know it's for public use."
This is the third promotion town officials have sponsored to encourage more people to use the garage, which opened this summer.