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February 8, 1994
The county Zoning Board has voted to rezone part of a Cooksville farm on Route 97 for a small convenience center and a gasoline station.The ruling will grant the Brice Ridgely family the county's first rural business zoning, a category created by the the board in 1992.The decision on the 13.9-acre parcel, which is now zoned rural conservation, will become final after Zoning Board members sign a written decision.The zoning change was allowed because it is "a business that is directly related to agriculture," said Councilman Charles C. Feaga, a Republican who represents west county.
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August 31, 2007
Information campaign on panhandler law in the county starts tomorrow County police will launch an information campaign tomorrow on a law that will soon ban panhandlers from soliciting donations in roadways or medians. Over the next few weeks, officers will distribute fliers to vehicles about the new law, which goes into effect Oct. 1. Violators could receive a citation with a fine up to $500. The flier also informs any persons needing assistance with food, shelter, or basic needs within Annapolis area to call the Annapolis Area Ministries at 206 West St. at 410-263-1835.
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NEWS
By Erik Nelson and Erik Nelson,Staff Writer | December 2, 1993
Saying that farming is no longer self-sustaining in Howard County, a Cooksville family is seeking rezoning for a small convenience center and a gas station on part of their property."
NEWS
April 5, 2006
County sets schedule for waste disposal The Anne Arundel County Department of Public Works has announced the schedule for household hazardous waste disposal days: Friday, Sudley Convenience Center, 5400 Nutwell Road, Deale. May 20, Glen Burnie Convenience Center, 100 Dover Road, Glen Burnie. June 10, Millersville Landfill and Resource Recovery Facility, 389 Burns Crossing Road, Severn. July 15, Sudley Convenience Center, 5400 Nutwell Road, Deale. Sept. 9, Glen Burnie Convenience Center, 100 Dover Road, Glen Burnie.
NEWS
April 4, 2001
Disposal services at the county's Glen Burnie Convenience Center will be limited to basic household trash and recyclables - paper, cans, bottles and jars - for the next few weeks. The Department of Public Works is paving roads and driveways through the center on Dover Road. "Customers may experience delays due to the road work and are advised that only limited service will be available at the ... center during construction," the department said. "Many items, such as scrap metal, yard and wood waste, appliances and rubble will not be accepted.
NEWS
July 11, 1993
Gilchrest accepting internship applicationsRep. Wayne T. Gilchrest is accepting applications for internships in his Washington office for August and the fall.VTC The congressman from Maryland's 1st District is seeking college students and graduates from the district and area colleges.Candidates for the nonpaid position should have an interest in journalism, public policy, political science or public affairs.A resume and cover letter should be sent to: Rep. Wayne T. Gilchrest, 412 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, D.C. 20515.
NEWS
April 17, 1997
Anne Arundel County residents can dispose of cleaners, pesticides, batteries and other hazardous household wastes at Heritage Office Complex, 2662 Riva Road, Annapolis Saturday.Representatives from the Department of Public Works, Recycling Division, will be on hand to accept these wastes from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the government office park next to the Annapolis High School.The program is open to any Anne Arundel County resident. Participants must show their driver's licenses as proof of residency.
NEWS
April 14, 1997
Anne Arundel County residents can dispose of unwanted cleaners, pesticides, batteries and other hazardous household wastes Friday at Heritage Office Complex, 2662 Riva Road, Annapolis.Representatives of the Recycling Division of the Department of Public Works will be on hand from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. to accept hazardous wastes at the government office park next to Annapolis High School.The program is open only to county residents. Participants must show driver's licenses as proof of residence.
NEWS
December 15, 1991
Glass jars and bottles, aluminum and tin cans, certain plastic screw-top bottles, newspaper and corrugated cardboard are accepted for recycling at the following locations:* Glen Burnie Convenience Center, Dover RoadDaily, 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.* Millersville Landfill, Burns Crossing RoadDaily, 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.* Sudley Landfill, NutwellSudley RoadMonday through Saturday, 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.* Maryland City Fire Department, Route 198First Saturday of each...
NEWS
April 4, 2001
Disposal services at the county's Glen Burnie Convenience Center will be limited to basic household trash and recyclables - paper, cans, bottles and jars - for the next few weeks. The Department of Public Works is paving roads and driveways through the center on Dover Road. "Customers may experience delays due to the road work and are advised that only limited service will be available at the ... center during construction," the department said. "Many items, such as scrap metal, yard and wood waste, appliances and rubble will not be accepted.
NEWS
By NANCY GALLANT and NANCY GALLANT,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | September 5, 2000
I DISCOVERED THE greatest place last week. Its proper name is Mlllersville Landfill and Resource Recycling Facility. But everyone I know calls it, affectionately, the dump. In my family, trips to the dump have always been a job for the guys. My husband often took our sons. But it never occurred to me to go. That was a guy thing- or so I thought. Why would I want to go there? It was probably dirty, smelly and yucky. Boy, was I wrong! Anyhow, last week, our microwave died. It was too big and too heavy to leave with the regular trash, and I didn't want to arrange a special pickup.
NEWS
April 17, 1997
Anne Arundel County residents can dispose of cleaners, pesticides, batteries and other hazardous household wastes at Heritage Office Complex, 2662 Riva Road, Annapolis Saturday.Representatives from the Department of Public Works, Recycling Division, will be on hand to accept these wastes from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the government office park next to the Annapolis High School.The program is open to any Anne Arundel County resident. Participants must show their driver's licenses as proof of residency.
NEWS
April 14, 1997
Anne Arundel County residents can dispose of unwanted cleaners, pesticides, batteries and other hazardous household wastes Friday at Heritage Office Complex, 2662 Riva Road, Annapolis.Representatives of the Recycling Division of the Department of Public Works will be on hand from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. to accept hazardous wastes at the government office park next to Annapolis High School.The program is open only to county residents. Participants must show driver's licenses as proof of residence.
NEWS
February 8, 1994
The county Zoning Board has voted to rezone part of a Cooksville farm on Route 97 for a small convenience center and a gasoline station.The ruling will grant the Brice Ridgely family the county's first rural business zoning, a category created by the the board in 1992.The decision on the 13.9-acre parcel, which is now zoned rural conservation, will become final after Zoning Board members sign a written decision.The zoning change was allowed because it is "a business that is directly related to agriculture," said Councilman Charles C. Feaga, a Republican who represents west county.
NEWS
By John A. Morris and John A. Morris,Staff Writer | January 3, 1994
The holidays have barely passed, and already Anne Arundel County and Annapolis trash haulers are picking up discarded Christmas trees at the curb to grind them up, compost them and use them for mulch.The first trees were picked up Dec. 27, according to Carol Taylor, a county recycling project specialist. She said the county could collect about 500 tons of cut evergreens from the 117,000 residents on county trash and recycling routes.Residents can place their trees at the curb to be picked up on their weekly recycling day through Feb. 5, Ms. Taylor said.
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