In Baltimore County 2 brothers, third man killed when...

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March 05, 2001|By From staff reports

In Baltimore County

2 brothers, third man killed when car goes airborne, hits tree

CARNEY - Three young men, two of them brothers, were killed early yesterday when a car hit a crest in a road and went airborne, police said. When the car landed, it struck a tree, flipped and was cut in half.

Jusztin Matthew Jung Patalics, 20, and Zachary Stephen J. M. Patalics, 21 - both of the 800 block of Glen Allen Drive in West Baltimore - were killed in the crash at 5:30 a.m., county police said. Jusztin Patalics was driving the 1995 Chevy Prizm north on Magledt Road, police said.

Dong Young Kim, 19, of the 9700 block of Britinay Lane also was killed in the crash, which occurred about three blocks from his home, police said. According to preliminary police reports, speed might have been a factor. The accident is under investigation.

`Homecoming' luncheon set in Arbutus for Ehrlich

ARBUTUS - The Arbutus Roundtable and the Arbutus Bar Association plan a "homecoming" luncheon for Republican Rep. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. at noon March 12 at Paul's Restaurant, 5507 Oregon Ave.

Ehrlich, a native of Arbutus, lives in Timonium. He represents a district that includes part of Harford, Baltimore and Anne Arundel counties. Information: 410-247- 5620.

Arts, sciences commission is offering project grants

TOWSON - The Baltimore County Commission on Arts and Sciences is offering project grants to Baltimore-area arts and science organizations.

The grants may be used for art and history, music, theater and dance, or science. The application deadline is May 4.

Information: 410-887-5372.

Summer jobs are available at Oregon Ridge, Rocky Point

TOWSON - Baltimore County Department of Recreation and Parks is seeking to fill full-time and part-time summer jobs at Oregon Ridge and Rocky Point beaches.

Information: 410-887-3873.

In Baltimore City

City Council to consider creation of health board

The City Council is to consider a resolution tonight that would create the Baltimore City Public Health Advisory Board, which would hold public hearings, provide technical assistance to public and private health organizations and seek funding for health initiatives.

The board's efforts would be focused on the city's estimated 60,000 drug users, people afflicted with HIV or AIDS, those without health insurance and low-income families.

The resolution is co-sponsored by council members Kenneth N. Harris Sr. and Robert Curran. Harris said he wants the board to be composed of residents, elected officials, and representatives from the business sector, philanthropic organizations and health care research. Creation of the board would require mayoral approval.

Portion of Fayette Street closed to fix storm drain

Part of Fayette Street has been closed for a month while city crews repair a storm drain.

The three blocks between Aisquith and Caroline streets were closed in both directions during the weekend. George L. Winfield, director of the Department of Public Works, recommended that motorists use Orleans and Baltimore streets as alternate routes.

Art, performance center officially changes its name

The Fells Point Creative Alliance has officially changed its name to the Creative Alliance. Its performance space and gallery are at 413 S. Conkling St. in Highlandtown.

The Creative Alliance presents community-based arts activities by performers and exhibitors from throughout the state. Information: www.creativealliance.org

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