State workshops to cover international energy code The...

Industry Watch

September 23, 2001

State workshops to cover international energy code

The Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development will hold nine one-day training seminars on the new 2000 International Energy Code around the state.

The free workshops, designed for architects, engineers, interior designers, home builders and contractors, will present the energy requirements for new construction. In the Baltimore area three workshops will be held: Oct. 30 in Ellicott City, Oct. 31 in Towson and Nov. 1 in Bel Air.

Seating is limited to a maximum of 40 participants. For more information, call Jim Magliano at 410-514-7216.

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ILEX Construction and Development Inc. is one of the sponsors of the Rotary Club of Baltimore City's annual charity golf outing tomorrow to benefit The Learning Circus, a nonprofit organization that provides after-school and out-of-school enrichment programs for at-risk teen-agers in the Remington, Woodberry and Hampden areas.

Pat Hiban Real Estate Group donated one golf cart each to two Columbia high schools, which they will use to transport disabled sports fans and ferry athletic equipment and supplies around the campuses. The golf carts are valued at more than $3,400 each, according to a Hiban spokesman, and will go to Wilde Lake High School and River Hill High School. Pat Hiban, of Re/Max Advantage, is a 1983 graduate of Wilde Lake.

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O'Conor, Piper & Flynn ERA announced its top listing and top selling agents for August. Annapolis/Church Circle: Connie Cadwell (both); Annapolis Plaza: Linda McCown (both); Bel Air/Abingdon: Jeff and Kathy Rogers, Keith Rawlings; Bel Air/Forest Hill: Diana Hirschhorn (both); BWI: Susan Thomas, Nancy Phelps; Catonsville: Kendall Skirven, Isabel Harman; Columbia: Lois Leahy, Janet Gregory; Crofton: Ann Marie Baker, Carolyn Rozinski; Dundalk: Kay Cooper (both); Eldersburg: Nancy McGuire and Peter O'Sullivan, Patti Hittel; Ellicott City: Diane Kenworthy (both); Federal Hill: Cindy Conklin and Bob Merbler, Irv Rosen; Fells Point: Frank Lanham (both); Frederick: Ralph Brown (both); Glen Burnie: Mary E. Smith, Marilyn Morgan; Greenspring: Charlotte Patrone, Lynn Cortezi; Hunt Valley: Joe Lancaster, Penny Noval; Mt. Airy: Charlie Condon, Gary Mentro; Odenton: Vibha Pubbi (both); Owings Mills: Dolly Rosoff (both); Pasadena: Mark Volke, Marie Stinchcomb; Reisterstown: the Barrett Group, Carl Galler; Roland Park/Stone Mill: Stewart, Locke and Doyle, J.J. Kim; Roland Park/Wyndhurst: Melvin Lee Knight, Nicholas Grant; Severn: Lore Peterson and Wil Tolbert (both); Severna Park: Steve Graves (both); Timonium: Jan Frederick, Joan Klein; Towson/Lutherville: Jean Marie Thompson, Karen Ege; Towson/South: Alex Smith (both); Westminster: Peggy Hoffman, Gwenn and Gary Bockelmann; White Marsh: Tina Jackman, Bob Lomonico.

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