Developer acquires Ellicott City buildingDeveloper Donald...

Business Digest

April 19, 1999

Developer acquires Ellicott City building

Developer Donald R. Reuwer Jr., founder and president of Land Design & Development, has acquired the historic stone Colonial building at 8000 Main St. in Ellicott City. The building will also serve as offices to another Reuwer company, American Real Estate Services L.L.C., a brokerage specializing in land, farms and commercial properties.

The former high school history teacher has been active in the restoration of a number of similar Ellicott City properties, including Tiber Place Antique Mall and the former County Health Department Office, now occupied by Tersiguel's French Country Restaurant.

Columbia Bancorp announces dividend

Columbia Bancorp has announced continuation of its quarterly common stock cash dividend of $.08 per share. The dividends will be paid to stockholders of record at the close of business April 13.

Columbia Bancorp, with headquarters in Columbia, is a bank holding company and parent company of Columbia Bank.


Ann Cartlidge has joined Columbia-based Amerix Corp. as vice president and controller. She will oversee the company's accounting and financial reporting and head Amerix's financial services operations. Amerix is a debt-management program processor and service provider to the credit-counseling industry.

Lori Riordan, a Howard County resident, has been named vice president of government affairs for Comcast's mid-Atlantic region. She will work with elected officials on pending legislation concerning the cable industry.

Pub Date: 4/19/99

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