Groundbreaking is scheduled tomorrow on a...

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July 23, 1996|By From staff reports

ROSEDALE -- A groundbreaking is scheduled tomorrow on a 1.5-million-square-foot warehouse and distribution center that could bring up to 1,500 jobs to a corner of the county that has lost thousands of jobs in the past 20 years.

United Parcel Service had planned to build its distribution center on the site near the Baltimore Beltway and Pulaski Highway, but changed its plans more than a year ago. In February, the company announced that its property subsidiary would build the $30 million Marshfield Business Park for other users.

Hoping the project will boost efforts to revive the Eastside, the county is spending $1.3 million to extend Kelso Drive to the UPS site and has included the project in its new enterprise zone, which allows manufacturers certain tax breaks.

29 panelists to study people with children, aging relatives

OWINGS MILLS

OWINGS MILLS -- Democratic Del. Michael J. Finifter has named 29 members of a task force that will examine issues faced by people who provide for children and aging relatives at the same time. The panel plans an organizational meeting next month.

Members include Dr. Harold Bob, a Pikesville internist who specializes in geriatrics; Charles Culbertson of Towson, president of the Baltimore County Association of Senior Citizens Organizations; Suzanne Mintz, president of the Kensington-based National Family Caregivers Association; C. Diane Sharper, a Lutherville caregiver; and Sue F. Ward, director of the Maryland Office on Aging.

12 high school graduates receive Byrd scholarship

TOWSON

TOWSON -- Twelve county high school graduates have been awarded the Robert C. Byrd Honors Scholarship, earning up to $1,121 for each of the first four years of study in college or other post-secondary school.

Recipients are: Adrienne Allen and Theresa Vance of Hereford High; Allison A. Arrigo and Beth A. Cain, Eastern Technical High; Lauren Brown, Owings Mills High; Elizabeth A. Dorsch, Catonsville High; Timmy P. Fincham, Kenwood High; Elizabeth S. Grossman, Loch Raven High; Teri L. Larkins and Tecoya N. Shannon, Milford Mill Academy; Melissa L. McMacken, Carver Center for Arts and Technology; and Karen Mitchell, Lansdowne High.

Byrd Scholars are in the top 1 percent of their graduating class and must have been accepted to an institution of higher learning.

Citizenship workshop scheduled Aug. 3 in Essex

ESSEX

ESSEX -- A workshop for legal resident immigrants seeking citizenship in the United States will be held at 10 a.m. Aug. 3 at Essex Community College.

Free legal advice, fingerprinting and assistance in completing Immigration and Naturalization Service forms will be offered in conjunction with local community groups and churches.

Information: 780-6533.

A man who allegedly ran naked through several Southwest Baltimore neighborhoods was arrested Sunday, police said yesterday.

Investigators said a man was seen running naked on the track at Walbrook High School and elsewhere. "There has been an abundance of complaints from citizens about a man who had been streaking in different neighborhood areas," a police spokesman said.

Norman Fisher, 41, of no known address was arrested Sunday morning and charged with one count of indecent exposure, police said. He was arrested in the 3400 block of Franklintown Road after someone saw a naked man standing on the shoulder of the road.

Police identify two men shot to death Friday

Police identified two men fatally shot Friday in West Baltimore as Tony Crossley, 20, of the 600 block of N. Dukeland St. and Donnell Harris, 16, of the 600 block of Glenolden Ave. They were slain about 2 a.m. in the 700 block of Poplar Grove St. in what police said yesterday was a drug-related shooting.

Pub Date: 7/23/96

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