Pasadena

November 03, 1992

Pasadena group sponsors Route 100 landscaping

The new trees and shrubs lining the median of Route 100 are the fledgling effort of the Greater Pasadena Council's beautification committee.

The council raised $900 with the Mountain Road Kiwanis Club and the Pasadena Business Association to plant vegetation around the Paul T. Pitcher memorial between Magothy Bridge Road and Magothy Beach Road.

Frank Halges, vice president of the Greater Pasadena Council, said his group negotiated a cooperative agreement with the State Highway Administration to cultivate the median. He said half of the tress were planted this fall and that the rest will be planted in the spring.

Mr. Halges, who worked with SHA planners to select appropriate shrubs, said he will begin collecting money this spring for additional beautification projects along Route 100, Mountain Road and Fort Smallwood Road.

The council targeted Route 100 initially because it is highly visible, Mr. Halges said. "I wanted to show people there are other things the council can do in addition to fighting zoning battles," he said.

The council represents more than 25 neighborhood associations in northeast Anne Arundel.

For more information about the council or its beautification efforts, call Mr. Halges at 437-7633.

Bar Harbor man reports vandalism

A Bar Harbor man reported to police that vandals stole landscaping ties from his front yard and knocked over a statue Sunday night.

Police reported that the man, who lives in the first block of Johnson Road, also said the vandals stole a large pumpkin from his neighbor's yard and smashed it in the street.

POLICE LOG

* Lake Shore: Someone smashed the window of a 1990 Mazda that was parked in the first block of Lake Shore Drive Tuesday.

* Silver Sands: Thieves broke into a van parked in the 800 block of North Shore Drive Thursday and stole a guitar.

* Riviera Beach: Someone stole money and audio tapes Thursday from a 1992 Dodge truck parked in the 200 block of Bar Harbor Road.

* Bellhaven: A resident reported to police that someone broke into his 1976 Chevrolet truck that was parked in front of his home in the 8000 block of Maywood Avenue Sunday night. The PTC vandals stole tools valued at $600.

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