Road where six people died in accidents last...


January 05, 1998|By From staff reports

TOWSON -- A road where six people died in accidents last year will get special police attention in 1998. Officers from Baltimore County, Hampstead and the Maryland State Police will work together on Hanover Pike (Route 30), which runs through northwest Baltimore County and northeast Carroll County, county police say.

The three agencies will use extra patrols to control crime and traffic problems in the area, police said.

Police will check drivers' licenses and registrations, and check to see whether drivers have outstanding warrants. Officers will watch for speeders and vehicles whose occupants are not wearing seat belts, police said.

Port administration director to discuss state efforts


DUNDALK -- Tay Yoshitani, executive director of the Maryland Port Administration, will be guest speaker at a breakfast meeting Thursday of the Eastern Baltimore Area Chamber of Commerce.

Yoshitani will discuss state efforts to strengthen the port's business and the governor's port land-use plan. The meeting will start at 7: 30 a.m. at the Best Western Hotel and Conference Center, 5625 O'Donnell St.

Information: 410-631-9090.


Model warship club is recruiting new members


TIMONIUM -- The Maryland Attack Group, the local branch of the International Radio-controlled Model Warship Combat Club, is recruiting fathers and their sons and daughters to join the RATS (Rookie Allied Training Squadron) to learn to build model warships and direct them into combat on local ponds.

The RATS will hold a construction meeting at 2 p.m. Saturday at 3 Athenry Court, Timonium, the home of Larry Ricci, commandant of the new group. Information: Ricci, 410-453-6636.

Aliceanna Street has been closed to traffic at Boston Street until Jan. 16.

The closure will allow crews to reconstruct the intersection of Aliceanna and Boston streets as part of the reconstruction of Boston Street.

Two detours have been set up for Aliceanna Street traffic. Eastbound traffic detours north on Washington Street, then right on Fleet Street to Boston Street. Westbound traffic detours along Boston Street, west on Fleet Street, and left on Wolfe Street to Aliceanna Street.

Pub Date: 1/05/98

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