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September 15, 1991

Seventeen Harford County residents are back at their regular assignments with the Baltimore Gas and Electric Company after spending up tonine days assisting with repairs to electric systems in eastern Massachusetts heavily damaged by Hurricane Bob.

The crews restored service to thousands of homes and businesses.

Crew members from Harford included Eric Smith, D. Scott Lee, Chanse Scott, Larry Pannell, David Marsiglia, Buck Foster, Rocky Bruno, all of Bel Air; Mike Brooks, of Bel Camp; Carroll Barnes, Fallston; John Caine, Forest Hill; Bill Pfarr, William H. Kane, Wilson E. Strong,Tom Canapp, Michael E. Sonntag, Joppa/Edgewood; Charles Neal, James Teague and William G. Hanlin, Pylesville/Street.


A free catalog of courses to be offered by the Maryland SmallBusiness Development Center Network during the fall semester is available at any public library branch, or by calling 1-800-873-7232.

The network has formed a statewide Small Business Training Alliance with local offices of economic development, community colleges, chambers of commerce and other public organizations.

Most courses in Harford are being offered through Harford Community College. Course topics include small business design and management, small business development, implementing and updating your business plan, financial management for small business, benefit planning and business law.

Courses are scheduled to begin this month.

The network is a non-profit partnership between the Maryland Department of Economic & Employment Development, the U.S. Small Business Administration and other public and private entities.


BLC Properties Inc., developer of the Riverside community and the Riverside Business Park, has leased a 3-acre parcel within the business park to Mobile/Modular Express Inc.

Mobile/Modular Express is a Maryland-based firm specializing in the sale and leasing of office trailers, temporary relocatable facilities and permanently installed sectional buildings to construction firms, hospitals, schools, municipalities and the federal government.

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