Ellicott City/elkridge

October 26, 1992

Howard YMCA to construct day-care center

County Board of Appeals members last week voted to allow the Howard County YMCA in Ellicott City to construct a day-care center and day-camp pavilion on its property.

The unanimous vote allows the YMCA of Greater Baltimore to expand its special exception for a non-profit recreational organization.

Under conditions recommended by the Department of Planning and Zoning, the YMCA must build the structures with the same materials that were used for its existing building so that they are visually compatible.


* Ellicott City: 5600 block of Waterloo Road: Someone stole several items from a 1987 Toyota truck between Oct. 16 and 18, including a $1,000 passenger seat, a $500 Alpine stereo, a $279 amplifier, a $400 speaker and a $1,000 tailgate.

*10900 block of Route 108: Someone stole two ratchets valued at $44.70, two spark plug sockets valued at $15.50, two sockets valued at $7.90 and a $2.40 screwdriver from an automotive classroom at the county Board of Education between Oct. 16 and Oct. 21.

*3500 block of St. John's Lane: An undisclosed amount of cash was stolen from The Lemon Tree Oct. 19. There was no sign of forced entry.

*9300 block of Parsley Drive: Someone threw two eggs at a home on the weekend of Oct. 3-4. Someone also threw an egg at a house Oct. 10 to 11 and spray-painted the letter "Z" on a mailbox.

*4600 block of Roundhill Road: Someone tried unsuccessfully to gain entry between Sunday and Wednesday.

* Elkridge: 5600 block of Furnace Avenue: Officers responded to an alarm Wednesday and found a door hasp pried. Nothing was taken.

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