Arnold * Broadneck * Severna Park * Crownsville * Millersville


December 01, 1992

Area residents complaining less about BWI noise

Fewer Central County residents called Baltimore-Washington International Airport to complain about noisy planes during the latest reporting quarter than have in the past.

Greater Severna Park Councilman Rick Zablocki, chairman of the BWI committee, says the second-quarter noise reports showed fewer planes flying over Severna Park, though they were not quieter planes.

The I-97 corridor can only be used by the state-owned airport during low traffic periods, he said. The Federal Aviation Administration has put the usage of that corridor at approximately 10 percent, Mr. Zablocki said.

The BWI committee chairman reminds residents of the Greater Severna Park area that they should call 859-7021 to report loud or low planes over their homes.

Millersville teen awarded Eagle rank

Christopher Russell of Millersville has been promoted to the rank of Eagle Scout.

Christopher, 15, is a member of Boy Scout Troop 857, sponsored by St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Glen Burnie. He has earned 23 merit badges, 12 skill awards and the Lutheran Living Faith Religious Award. The Scout is a member of the Order of the Arrow and a Senior Patrol Leader.

For promotion, a Scout must earn at least 21 merit badges and complete an Eagle Scout service project for a community, school or church.

For his project, Christopher designed a new community sign and flower bed for the entrance to Olde Mill Condominiums II and III. He supervised the installation of the sign, the construction of the flower bed and the planting of flowers and shrubs.

The son of Ronald and Anne Russell, Christopher serves as a Crucifer at St. Paul's Lutheran Church and is a sophomore at Old Mill High School.

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