Davidsonville * Edgewater * Shady Side * Deale


January 26, 1993

County officials, residents agree on new $1.2 million bus depot

Annapolis officials have negotiated a compromise agreement with residents living on Chinquapin Round Road to build a new $1.2 million bus depot.

The agreement allows the city Transportation Department to move its maintenance and administrative offices into one building on Drew Street.

Residents had opposed the project because they were worried about noise and fumes from traffic into a bus terminal.

Alderman Samuel Gilmer, D-Ward 3, proposed moving the bus parking closer to Parole Elementary School, instead of near the homes on Gilmer Street. The street is named after one of Mr. Gilmer's relatives. A wall blocking the noise is to be built between the homes and the bus depot.

"We've resolved the issues and are moving forward with it," said City Administrator Michael Mallinoff.


* Annapolis: Burglars broke into a home in the 300 block of Broadview Lane Thursday and took stereo equipment. Police do not know the value of the property.

* West River: Vandals destroyed three mailboxes in the 4900 block of Ownesville-Sudley Road Saturday night.

* Edgewater: A woman reported to police Saturday that someone took three rings valued at $3,000 from her home sometime between Dec. 8 and Jan. 10.

* Annapolis: Burglars broke into a home in the 600 block of Bestgate Road Thursday and took a shotgun valued at $360.

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