Glen Burnie

March 09, 1993

MTA aides to discuss light rail study

Four Mass Transit Administration officials are scheduled to answer questions tonight about the recent light rail study that identified seven possible routes for extending the line into downtown Glen Burnie.

The four are to speak at the Glen Burnie Improvement Association (GBIA) meeting at 8 p.m. at the association hall on South Crain Highway near First Avenue.

The study showed four routes that extended the light rail down the Baltimore and Annapolis Trail Park, including one with a station on the GBIA's carnival grounds, the home of its largest fund-raiser every summer.

The line ends now with the station at Dorsey Road and Baltimore-Annapolis Boulevard, due to open this summer.

Scheduled to appear at the meeting are John Agro Jr., acting MTA administrator; Peter Schmidt, assistant general manager for development; Dennis Cournoyer, who headed the study; and Beth Robinson, a community relations specialist.

Pizza delivery man robbed at his car

A delivery man was robbed of $60 after he delivered a pizza to an apartment in the 7800 block of Americana Circle Friday.

According to the police report, the man from Nick's Pizza in Pasadena, was walking back to his car at 8:15 p.m. when the robber pushed him down and hit him.

POLICE LOG

* Glen Burnie: Burglars broke into an apartment in the 7800 block of Americana Circle sometime between Feb. 28 and March 3 and took a refrigerator valued at $450.

* Aquahart Manor: Stereo equipment and other property valued at $9,400 were taken from a home in the 1000 block of Cayer Drive Saturday.

* Glen Burnie: Thieves broke into a 1986 Ford Escort parked in the 7500 block of B&A Blvd. March 1 and took $800 in stereo equipment. They also broke in to a 1985 Pontiac parked nearby and took stereo equipment valued at $1,350.

* Glen Burnie: Thieves took the wheels and tires from a 1987 Camaro parked in the 100 block of First Ave. Saturday night.

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