January 06, 1993

Appeals board expected to rule on permit for Greys Creek 0) pier

The county Board of Appeals could decide today if a Greys Creek man will be allowed to build a 75-foot pier that would partially block a neighboring marina.

The Sylvan View Community Association asked the board last month to deny Robert Calvert permission to build an L-shaped pier on the Magothy River tributary.

Although the pier would be 15 feet away from the community marina, the minimum legal distance, association members argued it would not leave enough room for the larger boats that dock there to maneuver.

The county Department of Permits and Inspections issued Mr. Calvert a permit Aug. 26.

The appeals board will meet at 2 p.m. at the Arundel Center in Annapolis.


* Elizabeth Landing: Vandals smashed the driver's side window of a 1984 Camaro parked in the 1100 block of Catch Harbor Road Sunday. Nothing was taken from the car.

* Pasadena: A resident of the 200 block of Armstrong Lane reported to police that someone poked a hole in the hood of a 1990 Toyota Celica parked in front of her home over the weekend.

* Pasadena: A student at Chesapeake High School told police that someone broke into his 1984 Oldsmobile parked in the school parking lot Monday. The burglars took stereo speakers.

* Pasadena: Vandals threw a nine-pound bowling ball through the windshield of a 1989 GMC truck parked in the 700 block of 202nd St. Sunday night.

* Riviera Beach: Someone broke into a 1992 Toyota Celica parked in the 200 block of Inlet Drive Saturday night and stole cassette tapes and other property valued at $322.

* Sunset Knoll: Burglars broke into the garage of a home in the 400 block of Royal Beach Road over the weekend and stole a refrigerator valued at $1,200.

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