Runway maintenance will change flight patterns around BWI Airport

News Digest

July 09, 1999

One of the three major runways at Baltimore-Washington International Airport will be closed for routine maintenance from 11 p.m. today to 6 a.m. Monday, which will affect take-off and landing patterns.

This means some communities around the airport will have more planes flying overhead than usual as alternate runways are used, a BWI spokeswoman said yesterday.

The repairs will not disrupt flight schedules, said spokeswoman Marilyn Corbett.

Chamber of commerce moving temporarily

The Annapolis and Anne Arundel County Chamber of Commerce will move to Severna Park throughout this month while construction on its downtown Annapolis office is completed.

The temporary address is on the ground floor of the Moran Insurance building, 696 Ritchie Highway.

On Aug. 1, the chamber, which had its headquarters in Arnold, will move into a 3,000-square-foot office on the first floor of the Herrmann Dunn building, 151 West St. in Annapolis.

The telephone number from the Arnold location have been forwarded to the Ritchie Highway office. The number is 410-268-7676. The direct number at the Moran building is 410-757-6709.

Construction to close lane of Marley Neck Road

Drivers on Marley Neck Road be forewarned: One lane of a one-mile stretch near Marcy Drive in Harundale will be closed next week from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Workers are replacing a 30-year-old sewer line.

The $2.3 million project should be complete in March, said county land-use spokesman John Morris, but the lane is affected only Monday through Friday.

To report road obstructions, call on-site inspector Bryan Cornelius at 410-518-4941.

Pub Date: 7/09/99

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