CENTRAL--Union Mills * Westminster * Sandymount * Finksburg

August 24, 1993

5 appeal zoning decision on conservation land

Five people who own 10 acres at the corner of routes 140 and 91 have appealed the Carroll commissioners' decision not to rezone the land from conservation to general business.

Michael G. Cornias, Fontini M. Cornias, Arthur C. Risso, Judith G. Risso and Charles Thomas Winebarger Jr. have filed an appeal in Carroll Circuit Court.

The commissioners voted in July not to rezone the land on the northeast corner of the intersection. They said conservation was a proper use of the land, which has a steep slope and a stream.

Neighbors had complained a rezoning would increase traffic at the corner.

POLICE

* Westminster: An employee of Marada Industries on Airport Drive told police someone stole personal property from his workplace on Wednesday. He estimated the value of the property at $439.

A Cherrytown Road resident told city police that someone broke into her car while it was parked at the Cranberry Mall and stole a car phone on Friday. She estimated the loss at $200.

A Wisteria Drive resident told police someone broke into his car while it was parked in the area of Stone Alley on Saturday and attempted to remove the stereo. Damage estimate is $60, he said.

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