After eight years on the county planning board...

TOWSON --

November 25, 1997|By From staff reports

TOWSON -- After eight years on the county planning board, Chairman Philip W. Worrall is leaving next month, along with at least three other members of the 15-member volunteer body.

Also leaving are Wayne Skinner of the Loch Raven area, Douglas A. Strouse of Cockeysville and Cabrina Dembow of Dundalk. The terms of Laura Brecht of Phoenix and Ellwood Sinsky of Owings Mills also expire next month. Their status is uncertain.

Skinner's replacement is Arthur N. Rogers III. Dembow's replacement is Richard W. McJilton. No decision on a new chairman has been reached, said a spokesman for County Executive C. A. Dutch Ruppersberger.

Federal food, shelter grants are available to nonprofits

TOWSON

TOWSON -- Nonprofit agencies can apply for federal funds awarded to the county for emergency food and shelter programs.

The $298,032 in grants will be distributed as part of the Emergency Food and Shelter National Board Program, a federal program administered locally by the county Office of Community Conservation.

Applicants may call 410- 887-6055 before the deadline Dec. 18.

Liquor board OKs licenses for two new restaurants

WHITE MARSH

WHITE MARSH -- Two new area restaurants won approval for liquor licenses after hearings before the county liquor board yesterday.

Dr. Kenneth W. Crawford and Gregory A. Cole got approval for a license for their planned Doc Crawford's Bayou Blues Cafe, expected to open in February in the new $45 million Avenue at White Marsh development by Nottingham Properties.

The board also approved transfer of a license from Ken Nohe's Kilkenny Pub, in the 4100 block of Wholesale Club Drive, to Carl W. Sahlsten, David A. Levitt and Kathleen M. Boozer for Carrabba's Italian Grill, expected to open in March in a former Sizzler's in the 7600 block of Belair Road.

The City Council will extend this year's session for a week to give the legislative body time to consider and vote on two measures that would allow construction of the proposed controversial Wyndham Inner Harbor East Hotel, Council President Lawrence A. Bell III announced last night.

The council will recess Dec. 15, Bell said. The council would have to had voted yesterday on the measures if the session had not been extended.

Goodwill Thanksgiving dinner open to those without tickets

Goodwill Industries will open its 42nd annual Thanksgiving Dinner to people without tickets about 2: 30 p.m. tomorrow if food is still available, as has been the case in recent years, officials said.

Goodwill plans to feed more than 2,700 people with disabilities and "special needs" from noon to 3 p.m. at the Baltimore Convention Center. A career fair will be held from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

About 3,000 dinner/fair tickets were distributed earlier by Goodwill to such agencies as Catholic Charities, Baltimore City and Baltimore County Departments of Social Services, Baltimore Rescue Mission, Eating Together and Health Care for the Homeless.

Pub Date: 11/25/97

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