In Anne Arundel Construction closes parking spaces at...


January 10, 2001

In Anne Arundel

Construction closes parking spaces at BWI's rail station

LINTHICUM - Transit officials closed all but 500 parking spaces yesterday in the garage at Baltimore-Washington International Airport's rail station for the next phase of construction of its new parking facilities.

Motorists may park on a first-come basis. For others, an adjacent temporary lot with 1,000 free spaces and shuttle service to the station is available. Travelers should allow themselves extra time, officials said. The garage, which holds 1,350 vehicles, is getting an additional two levels and 550 spaces.

In Prince George's

Ban on gun shows sought in county's public arenas

UPPER MARLBORO - Prince George's County legislators will seek the General Assembly's approval of a ban on gun shows in public arenas in the county. Sponsors of the bill predict it is headed for a fight in the legislature.

The proposal, backed by County Executive Wayne K. Curry, would bar the exhibition and sale of firearms at public sites in Prince George's County. "I don't know why we need to be subsidizing the sale of guns," Curry said yesterday as he unveiled his legislative priorities for the 2001 General Assembly.

In Delaware

Poultry companies agree to reduce manure runoff

DOVER - Five major poultry companies signed an agreement with Delaware officials Monday to voluntarily reduce manure runoff linked to pollution in inland waterways and the Chesapeake Bay.

The "memorandum of understanding," which was criticized by one environmental group, is a far cry from the strong regulation that other states are initiating.

From staff and wire reports

Baltimore Sun Articles
Please note the green-lined linked article text has been applied commercially without any involvement from our newsroom editors, reporters or any other editorial staff.