Glen Burnie

October 14, 1992


Commission to hear views on Superblock

Members of the Urban Renewal Advisory Commission will be briefed tomorrow on highlights of last month's community forum on the Superblock, the 5.6-acre tract that has yet to be redeveloped.

At the forum, people suggested ideas for the land on Ritchie Highway near Baltimore and Annapolis Boulevard.

Their suggestions included housing, recreation, cultural and businesses uses.

The Superblock was zoned more than a decade ago for offices and a parking garage. But proposals that were made during the 1980s did not meet county expectations. Meanwhile, a glut of office space developed in North County.

This year, three developers have pitched residential condominium complexes to the Urban Renewal Advisory Board.

The commission will meet at 2:30 p.m. in the urban renewal office on the fourth floor of the North Arundel Center.

The meeting is open to the public.

Police arrest 2 on forgery charges

A Glen Burnie man was one of two people charged Monday with forging prescriptions, county police reported.

Stanley Gordon Black, 38, of the 7900 block of Nolpark Court in Glen Burnie and Denise Dawkins, 34, of the 1300 block of Edmondson Ave. in Baltimore also were charged with possession with intent to distribute drugs, fraud and theft of medical assistance prescription forms, police said.

Their arrests ended a five-month investigation into forged prescriptions.

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