CENTRAL COUNTY--Arnold * Broadneck * Severna Park

May 18, 1993

Association wants to build concession stand at school

The Greater Severna Park Athletic Association wants to build and maintain a concession building at the Severna Park Middle School athletic fields.

The building, at the fields on the Lynwood Drive side of the middle school, would contain both a food stand and restrooms.

The association presented its proposal to the Board of Education on May 5.

The group hopes to have much of the labor and material donated by local businesses and parents of athletes, said Maurice L. Chaput Jr., deputy commissioner of softball.

Construction costs are estimated at $25,000 to $35,000, depending on the exact site. Electric costs are estimated to be $50 a month and maintenance costs $350 a year.

Last month, the association suggested a long-term lease between the school and the Green Hornets organization. The lease agreement is expected to be reviewed by the school board this week.

Baltimore man accused of stealing receivers

County police charged a Baltimore man yesterday with stealing car stereo receivers from two cars in Severna Park.

Police were called to the 400 block of Yorkshire Drive at 1:19 a.m. by a resident who saw a man break into a red Honda. When they arrived, they found a man walking away from the car carrying a backpack full of tools and a car stereo receiver. Police also found another stereo receiver inside the man's car. That receiver was taken from a car in the 500 block of Brentwood Court in Severna Park, police said.

Police charged Luis Ivan Llanes, 19, of the 900 block of Elmridge Ave. with two counts of destruction of property and two counts of theft from an auto.


* Arnold: Between Saturday and Sunday, thieves took 25 goldfish worth $1,000 from a backyard fish pond in the first block of Joyce Lane.

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