County's tract draws 1 builder

February 01, 1994

Only one developer, G. W. Stone Inc. of Pasadena, has submitted a proposal to redevelop the Superblock, the 5.6-acre tract of county-owned land along Ritchie Highway at Route 648.

The county's request for proposals calls for details of any plan submitted to be kept private until a recommendation is made to the county executive. The deadline for submitting plans for a mixed-use development was Jan. 27.

Pat Barland, in charge of commercial revitalization for the Glen Burnie Urban Renewal District, said she was disappointed that more developers did not propose to build on the Superblock. She noted several had expressed interest in recent months.

The proposal must be reviewed to ensure it meets the county's qualifications and satisfies a committee of area residents. The committee has not set a date to evaluate the proposal.

North Arundel nurse receives scholarship

Pam George of Glen Burnie has received a $1,000 scholarship from the Baltimore Association of Nursing Recruiters. Ms. George was selected on the basis of her 3.4 grade-point average, references from her instructors and an essay.

A nursing assistant at North Arundel Hospital for four years, Ms. George is a 1990 graduate of Glen Burnie High School and is beginning her last semester at Johns Hopkins University as she pursues a bachelor's degree in science and nursing. She has a bachelor's degree in science and biology from the College of Notre Dame of Maryland.

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