Pasadena

December 03, 1992

Holland meets parents to discuss redistricting

County Councilman Carl "Dutch" Holland will discuss school redistricting on Dec. 10 with parents and educators. The discussion will include a proposal to reopen the former Windmill Point Middle School.

The meeting will begin at 7 p.m. at George Fox Middle School.

Carolyn Roeding, president of the Anne Arundel County Council of PTAs; Tom Twombley, a member of the Anne Arundel County Board of Education; and Mike Raible, county director of school planning, will discuss their recommendations.

School officials have been considering a plan to ease overcrowding at George Fox Middle School by combining students from Riviera Beach, Jacobsville and Fort Smallwood elementaries in a new middle school at the Chesapeake complex.

Windmill Point, adjacent to Chesapeake Bay Middle, opened in 1976 but was closed in 1981 as enrollment declined.

POLICE

* Green Haven: A resident in the 2300 block of Mountain Road reported to police that someone smashed his window with rocks Tuesday night.

* Long Point: A resident reported that someone with a pellet gun shot out the window of her 1988 Chevrolet, which was parked in front of her home in the 1500 block of Long Point Road Nov. 20.

* Long Point: Thieves broke into a shed behind a home in the 1400 block of Long Point Road Tuesday and stole an air compressor and other power tools. The value of the property was not known.

* Magothy Beach: A resident reported that someone broke into his home in the 300 block of Riverside Drive Sunday and stole a videocassette recorder and camera. The stolen property was valued at $150.

* Pasadena: A man stole four packs of cigarettes from the 7-Eleven store in the 2900 block of Mountain Road Nov. 23, county police reported. Police described the thief as a white man his early 20s, 5 feet 7 inches tall, 145 pounds, with brown shoulder-length hair and a leather jacket.

* Pasadena: A man reported to police that someone broke into his home in the 400 block of Riverside Drive Nov. 23 and stole jewelry. The value of the property was not known.

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