Pasadena

February 17, 1993

Council to hold hearing on tax district

The County Council is scheduled to hold a public hearing tonight on the creation of a special tax district for the Pine Grove Village and Cottage Grove Beach communities to pay for erosion-damage repairs to the community playground.

The establishment of the Pine Grove Shore Erosion Control District, consisting of both communities, would allow the state to provide the county with an interest-free loan of $33,300 for the design and construction of a bulkhead. The wooden structure will prevent further erosion at the Pine Grove Village Playground, in the 100 block of Sandy Beach Drive.

The Department of Natural Resources will provide technical assistance.

The county will collect money through a yearly surcharge on property taxes and will then pay the loan back to the state over 25 years. The hearing will be at 7:30 p.m. at the Council Chambers, Arundel Center.

POLICE LOG

* Pasadena: Someone broke into the Chesapeake Flowers shop in the 2500 block of Mountain Road Sunday and took some roses from a walk-in cooler. No money was taken, police said.

* Elizabeth Landing: Thieves broke into a 1992 Ford Friday that was parked in the 1100 block of Halifax Harbour and took the car alarm, valued at $150.

* Boulevard Park: Vandals smashed the driver's side window of a 1989 Pontiac Firebird Saturday that was parked in the 400 block of Maryland Ave. and popped open the hood. Nothing was taken.

* Oak Hollow: Vandals slashed the tires Sunday night of a 1991 Ford Taurus and a 1987 Ford Ranger, both of which were parked in the 200 block of Armstrong Lane.

* Fairwood: Vandals slashed the tires Wednesday night of a 1985 Ford Tempo that was parked in the 8300 block of Fairwood Drive.

* Brookfield: Burglars broke into Johnny's restaurant Monday night in the 3000 block of Mountain Road, but police say they don't know what was taken.

* Aspen Park: Thieves broke into a 1988 Ford Escort Monday that was parked in the 8200 block of Meadow Wick Court and stole a radar detector, valued at $200.

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