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December 04, 1992

Residents urged to replant Christmas trees along Aris T. 0) Allen Boulevard

Thinking about buying a live Christmas tree but worried about where to plant it after the holiday?

The State Highway Administration, the state Department of Natural Resources and state Sen. Gerald Winegrad have arranged for residents to plant their trees along Route 665/Aris T. Allen Boulevard in Annapolis.

The holiday tree planting is scheduled for Dec. 28. highway employees will help residents and manage traffic during the event.

"These trees will help beautify the area along Aris T. Allen Boulevard," said DNR Secretary Torrey Brown. "They will provide a natural aesthetic barrier, filter the air, help absorb pollutants -- and you will have the satisfaction knowing that your tree will live on and continue to provide joy beyond the Christmas season."

For information, contact Terry Galloway at 974-3776.

Marijuana found along Clay Street

Annapolis police officers on routine foot patrol in the Clay Street area found several bags of marijuana stashed behind garbage cans and bushes.

An officer was walking past Town Pines Court at about 6:48 p.m. Monday, when he noticed two men loitering by a curb. One of the men discarded a lunch bag behind bushes and ran off, police said. The bag contained a small amount of marijuana.

Early yesterday, another officer found a small bag full of marijuana behind a garbage can in the first block of Clay Street, police said.


* Annapolis: A woman reported to police that someone broke into her home in the 1800 block of Ritchie Highway Tuesday and stole stereo equipment.

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