Glen Burnie

February 26, 1993

County tentatively OKs $25,000 to fix sidewalks

Another $25,000 has been tentatively allocated by Anne Arundel County toward rebuilding crumbling sidewalks and adding sidewalks in the oldest residential parts of Glen Burnie.

The money is part of a shared cost program, in which the county pays half, the Glen Burnie Improvement Association pays one-fourth and the homeowner pays the remaining fourth.

The Department of Public Works has used the program as a pilot this fiscal year, and nearly all the deteriorated sidewalks chosen last fall have been rebuilt in recent weeks.

Muriel Carter, GBIA president, said the county has put the $25,000 for the fiscal year starting July 1 in a budget proposal.

Homeowners interested in participating may call the association 766-6760.

Vandals steal $140 from auto glass shop


Someone stole $140 from an auto glass shop Tuesday or Wednesday.

Scott P. McDermott, the manager of Safelite Auto Glass, in the 7200 block of Ritchie Highway, told police that he found a garage window broken when he arrived at work Wednesday about 7:30 a.m. The money had been taken from a cash drawer.


* Sun Valley: A vandal shot a hole in the living room window of a home Monday in 7800 block of Cheverly Lane.

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