Pasadena

December 08, 1992

Community asks approval to build boat ramp, pier

The Elizabeth Landing Community Association has sought permission to build a boat ramp and pier in a residential neighborhood on Stony Creek.

The group has asked the county Office of Administrative Hearing to grant it a special exception that would allow the concrete ramp and timber catwalk at the end of Elizabeth Landing Way. The ramp would replace an existing concrete ramp, according to the zoning application.

A public hearing has yet to be scheduled. An earlier hearing planned for Nov. 10 was canceled to give the applicants time to respond to county planners' questions about the proposed pier and its effects on the waterfront.

Community ramps and piers are permitted in residentially zoned neighborhoods with a special exception. The Elizabeth Landing property is zoned for up to five homes per acre.

The neighborhood group owns property on either side of the proposed boat ramp.

Information: 222-1266.

Three teens robbed of Starter jackets

Three teen-agers were robbed of their Starter jackets early yesterday morning by a man they had driven from Freetown Village to Severna Park, county police said.

Officers said the teen-agers picked up the man at 5:30 a.m. When they got to Severna Park, he pulled a gun and demanded their jackets, hats and jewelry.

The boys turned over the property and the man ran away.

POLICE LOG

* Hampton Chase: A thief broke into a home in the 9100 block of Rolling Meadow Run Thursday and stole a gold ring valued at $150.

* Chesterfield: Thieves stole a television, videocassette recorder and an audio cassette player, all valued at $550, from a home in the 3500 block of Brickwall Lane.

* Green Haven: Someone stole stereo equipment from a car parked in the 8000 block of Outing Avenue Saturday.

* Stoney Creek: A thief stole a handgun and a radio from a car parked in the 7600 block of Stoney Harbor Court Saturday.

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