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By TOM HORTON and TOM HORTON,SUN STAFF | September 29, 1995
Squeaky wheels get grease. Can 500,000 sport anglers squeak loudly? You bet!THE ABOVE is from a solicitation for members by the newly formed Coastal Conservation Association (CCA) of Maryland.It may end up amounting to no more than a small and ineffectual group of disgruntled sportsmen. Or it could prove, as CCA has elsewhere, a turning point in the fragile balance between the thousands of Chesapeake watermen and the millions of the general public who share the bay's resources.CCA was founded by a few, mostly wealthy sportsmen in Texas, after unyielding commercial fishing pressure was implicated in crashes of prized species such as speckled trout and redfish (drum)
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March 3, 2013
Indoor archery   Mondays, Thursdays in March: Vingt Neuf Bowmen, 8735 Honeygo Blvd., Perry Hall, 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. $5 registration. Shoot 20 yards inside heated Maryland State Game and Fish Protective Association hall. No crossbows. Information: Call Bob at 410-746-3424. Baltimore Boat Show Through Sunday, March 3: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Baltimore Convention Center, 1 W. Pratt St. Adults: $12. Children 15 and younger: free with paid adult admission. Information: baltimoreboatshow.com.
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By Rona Kobell and Rona Kobell,SUN STAFF | March 12, 2001
Crofton may soon learn the fate of a lone front-yard fence among its look-alike homes that has flared tempers and set off a federal fair-housing investigation in the community. Crofton Civic Association is meeting tonight and is expected to hear what action its Covenant Review Committee recommends for the fence. The wooden picket fence ringing Beate Kanamine's yard has riled residents of The Willows, the cul-de-sac community where Kanamine lives with her husband and 5-year-old son, David Christopher.
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By Rona Kobell and Rona Kobell,SUN STAFF | March 12, 2001
Crofton may soon learn the fate of a lone front-yard fence among its look-alike homes that has flared tempers and set off a federal fair-housing investigation in the community. Crofton Civic Association is meeting tonight and is expected to hear what action its Covenant Review Committee recommends for the fence. The wooden picket fence ringing Beate Kanamine's yard has riled residents of The Willows, the cul-de-sac community where Kanamine lives with her husband and 5-year-old son, David Christopher.
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By Katherine Richards and Katherine Richards,Sun Staff Writer | June 29, 1994
Property owners in the Crofton special tax district will be asked this summer if they want their money used to pay for a community counselor, recreation programs and covenant enforcement.The Crofton Civic Association (CCA) board of directors voted in secret Monday on the wording of a petition to broaden the scope of the special tax district's charter.The petition became necessary after County Attorney Judson Garrett questioned whether Crofton might be overstepping its legal authority to spend money on the community counselor program because the charter does not specifically mention it.It had been anticipated that the CCA board would draft charter language for the counselor program.
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN STAFF | February 16, 1996
As a child growing up in Pasadena, George Bentz could always count on one thing whenever he and his father went fishing in the Chesapeake Bay."The rockfish were abundant out there," Mr. Bentz recalled. "There was no control, and you could take as many as you wanted to."But that laissez faire attitude eventually led to a major depletion in the rockfish population. The fate of the rockfish and the future of Maryland blue crabs has inspired Mr. Bentz and JosephSpiegel to start a North Anne Arundel County chapter of the Coastal Conservation Association (CCA)
SPORTS
January 27, 2013
Perry Hall MSSA Monday, Jan. 28: Chris Pine from Beacon Light Marina will address, among other things, ethanol problems in marine engines and spring outfitting at the monthly meeting of the Perry Hall Chapter of the Maryland Saltwater Sportsfishermen's Association. The meeting will start at 7:30 p.m. at Gunpowder VFW Post 10067, 6309 Ebenezer Road, 21220. Visitors welcome. Call Lee Haile at 410-828-0575 for details. Saltwater Fishing Expo Feb. 23: The Saltwater Fishing Expo, 8 a.m.-3 p.m. at the Annapolis Elks Lodge.
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN STAFF | February 16, 1996
As a child growing up in Pasadena, George Bentz could always count on one thing whenever he and his father went fishing in the Chesapeake Bay."The rockfish were abundant out there," Mr. Bentz recalled. "There was no control, and you could take as many as you wanted to."But that laissez faire attitude eventually led to a major depletion in the rockfish population. The fate of the rockfish and the future of Maryland blue crabs has inspired Mr. Bentz and JosephSpiegel to start a North Anne Arundel County chapter of the Coastal Conservation Association (CCA)
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By TOM HORTON and TOM HORTON,SUN STAFF | September 29, 1995
Squeaky wheels get grease. Can 500,000 sport anglers squeak loudly? You bet!THE ABOVE is from a solicitation for members by the newly formed Coastal Conservation Association (CCA) of Maryland.It may end up amounting to no more than a small and ineffectual group of disgruntled sportsmen. Or it could prove, as CCA has elsewhere, a turning point in the fragile balance between the thousands of Chesapeake watermen and the millions of the general public who share the bay's resources.CCA was founded by a few, mostly wealthy sportsmen in Texas, after unyielding commercial fishing pressure was implicated in crashes of prized species such as speckled trout and redfish (drum)
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