2 properties sold by county for $201,000

March 15, 1996

Two county properties sold this week by Carroll's Industrial Development Authority brought $201,000.

Steven D. Powell, county management and budget director, reported yesterday that Westminster restaurateur Sal Romeo paid $66,000 for the Glass House property, part of a former distillery at Locust Street and Distillery Drive.

Westminster veterinarian John Kable paid $135,000 for a lot in the air business center on Route 97 north of Westminster, Mr. Powell said.

Mr. Romeo plans to renovate the Glass House as a larger site for his Paradiso restaurant, now in the Locust Lane shops in Westminster.

Dr. Kable plans an animal hospital on the lot south of Business Parkway South.


Deer Park: Gamber, Reese and Westminster units responded at 9: 27 p.m. Wednesday for an attic fire in the 1700 block of Doe Drive. Units were out 90 minutes.

Westminster: Westminster units responded at 3: 35 a.m. FTC yesterday for an investigation in the first block of Pennsylvania Ave. Units were out 35 minutes.

Pub Date: 3/15/96

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