Pasadena

October 23, 1992

Magothy Inn owners ask permission to expand bar's storage 0) space

The owners of a Pasadena tavern want to expand the storage space at the rear of their bar in the heart of the Chelsea Beach community.

Harry Paesch and Darlene Fratantuono are seeking a special zoning exception to build a 665-square-foot addition onto the back of the Magothy Inn, on the north side of Center Street about 70 feet west of Riverside Road.

The property is zoned for residential use. However, the bar, once known as Margaret's Tavern, has been in continuous operation since at least 1947 and is considered an allowed, non-conforming use, county officials said.

The owners will ask an administrative hearing officer for a special exception to expand the non-conforming use at 10:30 a.m. Nov. 5 in the Arundel Center in Annapolis.

Woman, 30, charged with drug possession

A Pasadena woman was charged with possession of PCP after police say they found her with the drug in the parking lot of a Glen Burnie bar Tuesday.

According to the police report, employees of the Double Eagle Saloon, in the 1000 block of Bell Ave., called police at 1:20 a.m. to report that a woman was in their restroom smoking PCP.

When officers arrived, they found the woman in the parking lot, apparently intoxicated. The officers say they confiscated a plastic bag of the drug from the woman's purse.

Kimberly Ann Fitzpatrick, 30, of the 7800 block of Catherine Ave., was taken to the Northern District station to be charged.

POLICE LOG

* Chesterfield: A bicycle was stolen from the front porch of a home in the 7900 block of Wellesley Court Monday.

* Chesterfield Garden: Vandals broke into a 1982 Chevrolet Camaro parked in the 3500 block of Lochearn Court Tuesday and stole a cassette player and tapes.

* Pasadena: All four tires were stolen from a 1991 Mercury Sable parked in the driveway of a home in the 700 block of Duvall Highway Tuesday.

* Upper Magothy Beach: Someone broke into a 1987 Ford truck parked in the 200 block of Beach Ave. Tuesday and stole the stereo.

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