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December 16, 1990

HOME BUILDERS

Shehan picked as '91 president

George Shehan, vice president of American Landmark Inc. of Harford County, has been named 1991 president of the Home Builders Association of Maryland. Previously, he was first vice president of the organization.

Mr. Shehan has been an active member of HBAM for the past 10 years. He serves on HBAM's Budget and Finance Committee, is chairman of the Insurance Committee and a director of the Maryland Builders Association.

He was president of the Harford County Chapter in 1986 and has chaired the county's legislative committee for the past three years.

The Home Builders Association of Maryland is a non-profiassociation that provides governmental relations, educational opportunities and functions as the state's housing industry advocate.

It has chapters across the central Maryland region, covering Baltimore and Annapolis, as well as Anne Arundel, Baltimore, Carroll, Cecil, Harford and Howard counties.

HOUSING AUTHORITY

Applications office changes location

The Housing Authority of Baltimore's application office -- which handles all public housing and Section 8 applications -- has moved its operations to the third and fourth floors at 300 Cathedral St.

The phone number for the new public housing applications and status of applications, 396-4052, remains the same. This office is on the fourth floor.

The office for Section 8 landlord inquiries and existing Section 8 tenants will be handled on the third floor of the Cathedral Street address. The phone number for this office also remains the same, 396-4093.

BUILDER OF THE YEAR

Dan Blake wins award for 1990

Dan Blake has been named 1990 Builder of the Year in recognition of his contributions to the Home Builders Association of Maryland.

Mr. Blake has been an active member of HBAM since 1970. He ia member of the board of directors and was president of the Howard County Chapter in 1976, 1988 and 1989.

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