Glen Burnie

January 21, 1993

Owner reportedly plans to fix store building

The owner of the 42-year-old Robinson's building, who faced citations from the county for code violations, plans to fix the building, a county official said.

"He assures me is going to take remedial action and he is close to signing with some tenants," said Patricia Barland, county commercial revitalization manager.

She said she has spoken in the past few days with Paul R. Jones, the Easton lawyer who is the managing partner of the nine-member Aspen Joint Ventures, which owns the building.

The county had warned the partnership that it planned to issue violation notices, saying the long-vacant building did not meet county building standards or cosmetic urban renewal standards.

The L-shaped former department store has entrances on Ritchie Highway and Baltimore-Annapolis Boulevard.

YMCA center to offer do training

The Glen Burnie Program Center of the YMCA will offer dog training classes for puppies 3 to 6 months old and basic training for dogs six months and older from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. starting Jan. 28.

These "motivational method" classes begin with an orientation meeting for the dog handler only, to be followed by seven weeks of obedience training classes.

The center is at the intersection of Central Avenue and A Street NW.

B6 To register or for more information call 761-1251.

Purse theft, attempted car break-in reported

A Pasadena woman reported that someone stole her purse and tried to break into her car in the lot of the Dug Out bar in Glen Burnie Saturday.

According to the police report, when the woman walked out of the bar at 10:30 p.m., she found that someone had tried to take the tail lights from her car.

She asked a woman who was sitting in an adjacent car if she had seen anyone around. The woman said no. The victim dropped her purse as she went back into the bar to report the problem.

When the victim came back outside, her purse was gone and the woman who was in the car next to her was still there. The victim said the back seat of the woman's car appeared to have something covered on it.


* Glen Burnie: Burglars broke into the Pizza by the Piece of the Pie in the 6700 block of Ritchie Highway Saturday and took money from the cash register.

* Harundale: Someone broke into a home in the first block o Thomas Road Tuesday and took stereo equipment valued at $400.

* Glen Burnie: Burglars broke into a home in the 100 block o Fourth Ave. Monday and took jewelry. The value of the property was not known.

* Glen Burnie: Burglars broke into a home in the 8000 block o Winding Woods Road Saturday and took a computer and other property valued at $4,000.

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