Ellicott City/elkridge

December 08, 1992

New plans submitted for Elkridge community

The County Planning Board will hear testimony today on a new set of plans for the 352-acre residential, commercial and golfing community northwest of the Interstate 95-Route 100 interchange in Elkridge.

Brantly Development Corp., the developer, was forced to submit a new sketch plan in February because of technical problems with its previous plan, submitted in April 1991.

The plans call for 165 acres of offices, warehouses or research facilities, 181 acres with 202 townhouses and 159 detached houses, and six acres for a Columbia-style village shopping center.

For about two years, the development also has been held up by its county-mandated plans for a public golf course. County officials agreed two weeks ago to pay $6 million for an 18-hole course the developer will build.

Unlike previous plans, the new sketch plan is subject to adequate-facilities requirements enacted earlier this year.

County planners have determined that the developer must help build a traffic signal at Route 103 and Brightfield Road, among other improvements, to ease traffic problems the project would create.

The case will be heard by the board at 10:30 a.m. in the Ellicott Room of the George Howard county office building in Ellicott City.


* Ellicott City: 3100 block of North Chatham Road: Scratches were found on the driver's door and front fender Nov. 26 or Nov. 27.

* 4200 block of Bright Bay Way: Two landscape light sections valued at $50 were stolen from a front lawn Nov. 30.

* 4700 block of Ilkley Moor Court: Someone cut the top of a 199Suzuki Sidekick truck Friday or Saturday and stole a $190 Kenwood AM-FM pullout stereo.

* 4600 block of Smokey Wreath Way: Someone entered an unlocked 1991 Mazda 626 Saturday or Sunday, and stole a $199 cellular car phone, $400 worth of cassette tapes, a $60 green jacket and a film canister containing $6.50 in quarters.

* 4600 block of Smokey Wreath Way: Someone entered an unlocked Volvo 242 DL Saturday or Sunday, and stole five $1 bills.

* 4900 block of Bramhope Lane: Someone broke a vent window of a 1992 Toyota Previa Sunday and stole a $150 Radio Shack radar detector.

* Main Street and Maryland Avenue: Someone broke the right passenger window to a 1986 Honda Civic Sunday and stole a $45 black briefcase with several credit cards.

* Elkridge: 6500 block of Washington Boulevard: Someone broke a rear window to a 1990 GMC Sierra truck Wednesday or Thursday.

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