CENTRAL--Union Mills * Westminster * Sandymount * Finksburg

April 13, 1993

Feed Exchange owner, landlord reach agreement

An agreement between Constellation Real Estate Inc. and Bradley George Eirman, owner of the Feed Exchange in Westminster, settled a case involving more than $38,000 in unpaid rent during an eviction hearing yesterday.

The pet store specializing in exotic fish and reptiles, formerly located in the Cranberry Square Shopping Center, permanently closed at the end of March owing Constellation $38,734.96 for four months' rent.

The signed agreement, entered as part of the court file, said Mr. Eirman will pay Constellation $1,122.05 per month for 40 months. Payments, which were to begin April 1, will include $500 in attorney fees, $47 in court fees and interest.

Mr. Eirman, who also owns two similar stores in Harford County, did not appear in court yesterday.

"I assume both sides are happy with the agreement," said Constellation spokesman Larry Lichtenauer. "They [the defendants] signed it."

Mr. Lichtenauer would not discuss the details of the agreement.

"We don't feel it is in our best interest to discuss the private details about agreements with our tenants," he said.

POLICE

* Westminster: An employee of Western Maryland College told police someone stole articles worth $505 from his unlocked vehicle April 6 while it was parked at the college.

Someone removed items from the rear of a truck parked at Western Maryland College on April 6. The owner estimated the loss at $60.

All four tires of a car parked at the JCK Shopping Center were slashed on Saturday evening. The owner estimated damage at $350.

A Webster Street resident reported to police that someone stole a Walkman radio from his car on Sunday while it was parked near his house. The loss is $40.

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