Ellicott City/elkridge

December 10, 1992

Dedication set tomorrow for extended care facility

Bon Secours Health System will dedicate its newly expanded Extended Care Facility in Ellicott City at a ceremony at 11 a.m. tomorrow. The public is welcome.

Until now, the Bon Secours Extended Care Facility has operated as a 99-bed nursing care facility, admitting patients who are in need of skilled and immediate care.

With the expansion, the Extended Care Facility has added 93 beds. In addition to current services, the facility can now offer a special Dementia Care Unit for residents with Alzheimers and other cognitive impairments. There also will be a new Respite and Hospice Care Unit and an Assisted Living Residence.

Tomorrow's dedication ceremony will include remarks by County Executive Charles I. Ecker and Sister Mary Regina Flatley, Provincial, Sisters of Bon Secours.

Information: 461-6660.

Testimony postponed on development

The County Planning Board voted 4-1 Monday to postpone hearing testimony 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.

The plans calls 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 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.

Testimony will be heard during the Dec. 22 planning board meeting at 9:30 a.m. in the George Howard county office building in Ellicott City.

POLICE LOG

* Ellicott City: 3900 block of Old Columbia Pike: Someone entered an unlocked door Friday and stole several handguns.

3200 block of Normandy Woods Drive: A pager and jewelry were stolen Thursday. There were no signs of forced entry.

* Elkridge: 6800 block of Deerpath Road: A lock hasp cover was tampered with Dec. 3 at Data Entry Services Inc.

7300 block of Route 1: A white 1990 Nissan Maxima was stolen from Stuart AGIP gas station Dec. 3 while the car was left running. The Maryland plates are RJN-985.

6400 block of Beechfield Avenue: Someone pried opened a back door Friday. No entry was gained.

5900 block of Bonnie View Lane: Someone entered an unlocked shed on Friday or Saturday and stole tools.

6400 block of Forest Ave.: A window was pried open on Friday or Saturday, and a VCR was taken.

7800 block of Edmunds Way: A window was smashed Friday, and a door was pried, activating an alarm. Entry wasn't gained.

8400 block of William St.: A storage shed lock was cut between Dec. 2 and Friday, and tools were taken.

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