Arnold * Broadneck * Severna Park * Crownsville * Millersville


August 12, 1993

Further study planned on BWI flight patterns

Severna Park residents shouldn't expect quick changes in flight patterns that send airplanes bound for Baltimore-Washington International Airport over their houses, a community organization leader warned Tuesday.

Rick Zablocki, BWI Airport chairman of the Greater Severna Park Council, told members that airport officials have agreed to do additional studies on a proposal to reroute planes that fly over Severna Park.

Mr. Zablocki met Monday with airport officials to discuss technical problems involved in changing air routes as the council has been requesting.

"There are limits on what the Federal Aviation Administration can do," he said. "We're not going to make drastic changes in the situation. We hope to make positive changes."

4 Veterans Highway businesses burglarized

Four Veterans Highway businesses were burglarized over the weekend, but little was taken, county police said yesterday.

Three of the burglaries were discovered at the Brightview Business Center, in the 8200 block of Veterans Highway, when employees arrived for work Monday morning. The door at Recorded Resources had been forced open with a vice grip or channel lock and the lock cylinder removed. The same method was used to break in at the other two offices.

Police said all the filing cabinets and desks in the Recorded Resources office had been rifled, but only an unknown amount of petty cash was taken. The intruders left behind rolled coins, computers and other valuable office equipment.

At the Coordinating Center for Home and Community Care, police said virtually every desk, filing cabinet and closet had been ransacked. The coin box was removed from a soda machine. The thieves left a television set they had apparently taken from a rear office inside the main entrance, police said.

The burglars left expensive office equipment and appeared to be looking for petty cash.

At D.C.A. Inc., all the desks and filing cabinets had been rifled, but nothing was missing.

Police responded to a burglar alarm at 1 p.m. Sunday at Millersville Auto Parts, in the 8300 block of Veterans Highway. The cylinder lock had been removed in the same fashion as at the other businesses.

When police searched the building. the only thing out of the ordinary they found was a cash drawer, normally left empty and open, that was closed.

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