Subdivision OK sought for 6 acres in Severna Park 12 homes proposed on Truck House Road

April 18, 1996|By Edward Lee | Edward Lee,SUN STAFF

The owners of a nearly 6-acre parcel in Severna Park have asked Anne Arundel County planning officials for permission to build 12 homes on the property near the Chartridge community.

The county Department of Planning and Code Enforcement has scheduled a public hearing on the proposed plan for the development at 10 a.m. today at the agency's subdivision application center in the Heritage Center on Riva Road in Annapolis.

Diana Lynn Herget, Cheryl Ann McKeldin and Jerome Koester, grandchildren of Thelma Koester who died last year, have proposed a development on 5.99 acres on Truck House Road, where 12 single-family homes would be built about 2,700 feet north of the road's intersection with Benfield Boulevard.

Under the plan they submitted March 8, the homes, which would sell for $220,000 to $300,000, would make up a new community called Westholme.

The project also would include widening Truck House Road and adding a sidewalk next to the community's entrance across from Stratford Drive.

The homes would be located on property that had belonged to George and Thelma Koester. When Mrs. Koester, who was widowed, died last year, the land was deeded to the couple's three grandchildren.

Pub Date: 4/18/96

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