CENTRAL COUNTY--Arnold * Broadneck * Severna Park

June 02, 1993

Restaurant gives profits from fair to park service

Chesapeake Bay Seafood House has donated profits from the May 2 Bayfest at Sandy Point State Park to the State Forest and Park Service, said William A. Krupitzer, area manager for the restaurant chain.

Mr. Krupitzer gathered more than 50 volunteers from the Chesapeake Bay Seafood House and Chili's restaurants, an affiliated chain, in Maryland and Virginia to participate in the event. They sold about 1,200 grilled chicken and 600 grilled tuna sandwiches and 1,500 cups of lemonade.

The $5,000 donation represents the company's entire profits.

"This is just incredible," said state Natural Resources Secretary Torrey C. Brown. "This company is obviously very devoted to the bay and its natural resources. I am thrilled to accept this gift."

"Much of the success of the Chesapeake Bay Seafood House derives from the bay," Mr. Krupitzer said. "We feel some responsibility to put something back into it."

Dr. Brown said the money will be used for environmental education programs at state parks.

Shoreline owner seeks to repair storm damage

A Cape St. Claire property owner has sought state and federal permission to repair shoreline damaged by a severe storm.

Wayne E. Huyard of the 1100 block of River Bay Road has applied to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for permission to rebuild a 5-foot-wide pier, boat lift and three pilings on the Magothy River.

He also has sought to restore two 35-foot-long rock jetties, install 75 feet of large stone known as rip rap, replenish the beach and build a stairway down to the pier.

The corps will accept public comment on the proposed work until June 25. Information: 962-4252.

Annapolis man charged in PCP arrest in park

An Annapolis man was charged with possession with intent to distribute PCP Saturday after police chased him through Broadneck Park.

Officers reported patrolling the park on College Parkway at 3:40 a.m., long after it had closed, when they saw a man sitting in his car. As the officers approached him, the man got out of his car, threw a jar of parsley flakes laced with suspected PCP on the ground and ran.

After a short chase, officers caught Roger A. Trott, 22, of the 300 block of Broadneck Road. He was taken to Eastern District to be charged.


* Severna Park: Burglars broke into a shed behind a home in the 200 block of Malibu Court between May 14 and Friday and took tools valued at $240.

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