Developer's Plan Redesign Due In Two Weeks

April 10, 1991

A developer has two weeks to resubmit plans for 114 condominiums anda small office center on a heavily wooded lot in Glen Burnie.

Thecounty has set a deadline of April 26 for Pasadena developer George Stone to submit revised sketch plans for 114 two-bedroom condominiumsand a 6,000-square-foot office complex on Crain Highway.

Stone wants to develop an

8.3-acre property to continue a commercial strip of gas stations and small shops on the east side of Crain Highway near Aquahart Road. In November, the county Office of Zoning and Planning asked Stone to revise the plans to provide more buffers and redesign the layout.

County planners have suggested that thenine low-rise buildings be rearranged to permit easier traffic flow in thecommunity. They also suggested turning the entrance into a private road, constructing parking spaces along a looped road instead of dead-end courts and creating a central recreation area.

"We'll be looking at the basic design and layout before we decide on giving sketch approval," said county planner Chris Soldano.

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