East Columbia

March 03, 1993

Oakland Mills to study pools

The Oakland Mills village board will sponsor a Columbia-wide meeting tonight to discuss alternative uses for neighborhood pools that have low attendance.

The meeting will be at 7:30 p.m. in the Other Barn at 5851 Robert Oliver Place.

The Columbia Association has suggested new ideas -- such as converting some lesser used pools to adult-only and teen-ager-only pools -- to try to increase attendance and revenue. Residents of areas where the change was proposed objected recently, convincing the Columbia Council to put aside the issue for further study for the 1994-95 budget year.

It also has been proposed that certain hours be designated for adults, teen-agers or other demographic groups. Previously, the association has experimented with setting aside certain pools for corporate or club outings.

The 21 neighborhood pools lose money annually.

Democratic Club invites Curran to meeting

The Columbia Democratic Club will feature Maryland Attorney General J. Joseph Curran Jr., a potential Democratic gubernatorial candidate, as guest speaker at its next meeting at 7:30 p.m. March 10 at the Jeffer's Hill Neighborhood Center, 6030 Tamar Drive.

Information: 995-6298.

POLICE LOG

* Oakland Mills: 9400 block of Macomber Lane: Someone entered a basement sliding glass door between 1 p.m. and 2:30 p.m. Thursday. Nothing was taken. The intruder may have been scared away by a dog.

6300 block of Barefoot Boy: A man was charged with forcing open a basement window at his former girlfriend's home about midnight Sunday. Police charged Emmett J. Burbage, 41, of Pikesville, with breaking and entering.

* Kings Contrivance: 9100 block of Vollmerhausen Road: An officer, responding to a sounding alarm, found a door pried open. Two juveniles were charged with breaking and entering.

9700 block of Clock Tower Lane: A 1983 Mazda 626 was stolen Thursday or Friday. The Pennsylvania license plates are TPP-903.

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