East Columbia

November 25, 1992

Board OKs exception for woman to have beauty business in her home

The county Planning Board yesterday recommended approval of a special exception for a beauty parlor in a Guilford woman's home.

Rachael Montague, a beautician who works in Baltimore, hopes to set up the business in the basement of her rancher off of Coleman Thomas Road.

"If you have children and you have bills to pay, it's a nice way to be at home with your children while you're working," said Ms. Montague, who has five children ranging in age from 6 to 21.

She said she hopes to start the business in February, provided the Board of Appeals grants the special exception after its Jan. 26 hearing.


* Kings Contrivance: 8800 block Guilford Road: Stereo equipment, worth $1,140, was stolen from a Toyota Supra while parked at Hammond High School Monday.

* Owen Brown: 7000 block Deepage Drive: A $900 bicycle was stolen from a bike rack on Saturday.

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