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March 30, 2008
OK, the residents of Epping Forest are united in their objection to the development of 12 lots across from their encampment on Salt Creek. May I offer a simple solution to the environmental issues in this case? The bay is important to all of us. Brown water is not the optimum condition of the Severn River. In order to preserve the river and the bay, would all of the Epping Forest landowners who are within 1000 feet to Salt Creek abandon their properties, clear the land and return it to the predevelopment condition?
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March 30, 2008
OK, the residents of Epping Forest are united in their objection to the development of 12 lots across from their encampment on Salt Creek. May I offer a simple solution to the environmental issues in this case? The bay is important to all of us. Brown water is not the optimum condition of the Severn River. In order to preserve the river and the bay, would all of the Epping Forest landowners who are within 1000 feet to Salt Creek abandon their properties, clear the land and return it to the predevelopment condition?
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BUSINESS
By Melinda Rice and Melinda Rice,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | May 24, 1998
Tucked away in a shady glade overlooking the Severn River in Annapolis, Epping Forest provides its residents with a sense of seclusion and quiet that most suburbanites would envy.A gatehouse becomes the dividing point between a bustling mall that's minutes away and the serenity of a community by the water.From there, narrow roads twist up and down hills, past an eclectic mixture of houses that peek out between the trees.At some points, the roads are so narrow that only one vehicle at a time can pass.
NEWS
April 2, 2004
On Wednesday, March 31, 2004, ELEANOR "POLLY", of Catonsville and Epping Forest, MD, widow of the late Dr. Stanley Hyde Dosh, devoted mother of John Thornton Hilleary and Scott Trapnell Hilleary of Catonsville, MD and Gerrardstown, WV. Funeral Services at 10:30 A.M. on Friday, April 2, 2004, in St. James Episcopal Church, 5757 Solomons Island Rd., Lothian, MD. Interment Church Cemetery. Arrangements by Hardesty Funeral Home, P.A., 905 Galesville Rd., Galesville, MD. (410) 263-2222.
NEWS
April 2, 2004
On Wednesday, March 31, 2004, ELEANOR "POLLY", of Catonsville and Epping Forest, MD, widow of the late Dr. Stanley Hyde Dosh, devoted mother of John Thornton Hilleary and Scott Trapnell Hilleary of Catonsville, MD and Gerrardstown, WV. Funeral Services at 10:30 A.M. on Friday, April 2, 2004, in St. James Episcopal Church, 5757 Solomons Island Rd., Lothian, MD. Interment Church Cemetery. Arrangements by Hardesty Funeral Home, P.A., 905 Galesville Rd., Galesville, MD. (410) 263-2222.
NEWS
November 27, 1995
Evelyn M. Huebl, 92, garden club memberEvelyn M. Huebl, garden club member, died Thursday of coronary artery disease at Anne Arundel Medical Center. The Annapolis resident was 92.Mrs. Huebl was born and raised in Baltimore and graduated from Eastern High School in 1921. Two years later she married Navy Capt. Roland M. Huebl, who died in 1985.Mrs. Huebl was a charter member of the Epping Forest Garden Club and the Seven Seas Garden Club. She also was a member of Epping Forest Young Foresters Organization and the Epping Forest News.
NEWS
By Melinda Rice and Melinda Rice,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 16, 1998
MEMBERS OF the Shady Side Rural Heritage Society expect to choose a contractor this week to build an addition to the Captain Salem Avery House, the restored waterman's home operating as a museum of the watermen's way of life.The South County nonprofit organization got $25,000 from the state and $25,000 from the county to add a bathroom, library and storage area.The Shady Side Rural Heritage Society operates the museum on the West River. Mavis Daly, co-president of the club with her husband, George, said members opened bids last week.
NEWS
October 12, 1993
City unions back council candidatesThree of the city employees' four labor unions endorsed candidates for City Council Friday in five of Annapolis' eight wards.The Annapolis Public Employees Council, which represents public works, transportation, utilities, fire and clerical workers, has endorsed three Democratic incumbents -- Sam Gilmer in Ward 3, Carl Snowden in Ward 5 and Ellen Moyer in Ward 8.The group also endorsed incumbent Dean Johnson, a political independent, in Ward 2 and Rick Staisloff, a Democratic newcomer, in Ward 7.Last week, the group endorsed former Mayor Dennis Callahan who is running as an independent for his old job. Mr. Callahan was mayor from 1985 to 1989.
NEWS
December 6, 1999
William G. Anderson, 83, Harvard administratorWilliam G. Anderson, a former administrator at Harvard College and an avid sailor who designed his yachts, died of cancer Thursday at home in Blakehurst Life Care Community in Towson. He was 83.Mr. Anderson lived in Baltimore for the past six years after marrying the former Dorothy M. Bergland. He also had homes in South Natick, Mass., and Biddeford Pool, Maine.For 17 years at Harvard University, he worked as the university marshal at undergraduate Harvard College, planning commencement ceremonies, said his wife.
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By Mary Johnson and Mary Johnson,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | June 13, 2002
In her one-woman play, Moving at the Speed of Life, Kristen Valerio explores the challenge of maintaining a decent quality of life while keeping pace in a culture that seems to be moving ever faster. For her depiction of life in the fast lane, she drew on the experiences of living in Manhattan for eight years. For an understanding of how the little things matter, she reflected on a childhood spent in Annapolis. "It is my roots growing up on the Chesapeake that keep me craving a richer quality of life," said Valerio, whose show was opening last night at Towson University, with additional performances set for tonight, tomorrow and Saturday.
NEWS
By Mary Johnson and Mary Johnson,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | June 13, 2002
In her one-woman play, Moving at the Speed of Life, Kristen Valerio explores the challenge of maintaining a decent quality of life while keeping pace in a culture that seems to be moving ever faster. For her depiction of life in the fast lane, she drew on the experiences of living in Manhattan for eight years. For an understanding of how the little things matter, she reflected on a childhood spent in Annapolis. "It is my roots growing up on the Chesapeake that keep me craving a richer quality of life," said Valerio, whose show was opening last night at Towson University, with additional performances set for tonight, tomorrow and Saturday.
NEWS
January 14, 2002
Barbara Strozykowski, 53, rescue squad volunteer Barbara Strozykowski, a Baltimore native and longtime resident of Western Maryland, died Thursday at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center Presbyterian hospital from complications of heart and lung disease. She was 53. A graduate of Eastern High School, Barbara Cassell attended the University of Maryland, College Park and Strayer Business School. After marrying dentist Joseph G. Strozykowski, she went with him to live on a Navajo Indian reservation in Arizona where he worked for the U.S. Public Health Service.
NEWS
December 6, 1999
William G. Anderson, 83, Harvard administratorWilliam G. Anderson, a former administrator at Harvard College and an avid sailor who designed his yachts, died of cancer Thursday at home in Blakehurst Life Care Community in Towson. He was 83.Mr. Anderson lived in Baltimore for the past six years after marrying the former Dorothy M. Bergland. He also had homes in South Natick, Mass., and Biddeford Pool, Maine.For 17 years at Harvard University, he worked as the university marshal at undergraduate Harvard College, planning commencement ceremonies, said his wife.
BUSINESS
By Melinda Rice and Melinda Rice,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | May 24, 1998
Tucked away in a shady glade overlooking the Severn River in Annapolis, Epping Forest provides its residents with a sense of seclusion and quiet that most suburbanites would envy.A gatehouse becomes the dividing point between a bustling mall that's minutes away and the serenity of a community by the water.From there, narrow roads twist up and down hills, past an eclectic mixture of houses that peek out between the trees.At some points, the roads are so narrow that only one vehicle at a time can pass.
NEWS
By Melinda Rice and Melinda Rice,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 16, 1998
MEMBERS OF the Shady Side Rural Heritage Society expect to choose a contractor this week to build an addition to the Captain Salem Avery House, the restored waterman's home operating as a museum of the watermen's way of life.The South County nonprofit organization got $25,000 from the state and $25,000 from the county to add a bathroom, library and storage area.The Shady Side Rural Heritage Society operates the museum on the West River. Mavis Daly, co-president of the club with her husband, George, said members opened bids last week.
NEWS
November 27, 1995
Evelyn M. Huebl, 92, garden club memberEvelyn M. Huebl, garden club member, died Thursday of coronary artery disease at Anne Arundel Medical Center. The Annapolis resident was 92.Mrs. Huebl was born and raised in Baltimore and graduated from Eastern High School in 1921. Two years later she married Navy Capt. Roland M. Huebl, who died in 1985.Mrs. Huebl was a charter member of the Epping Forest Garden Club and the Seven Seas Garden Club. She also was a member of Epping Forest Young Foresters Organization and the Epping Forest News.
NEWS
January 14, 2002
Barbara Strozykowski, 53, rescue squad volunteer Barbara Strozykowski, a Baltimore native and longtime resident of Western Maryland, died Thursday at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center Presbyterian hospital from complications of heart and lung disease. She was 53. A graduate of Eastern High School, Barbara Cassell attended the University of Maryland, College Park and Strayer Business School. After marrying dentist Joseph G. Strozykowski, she went with him to live on a Navajo Indian reservation in Arizona where he worked for the U.S. Public Health Service.
NEWS
October 12, 1993
City unions back council candidatesThree of the city employees' four labor unions endorsed candidates for City Council Friday in five of Annapolis' eight wards.The Annapolis Public Employees Council, which represents public works, transportation, utilities, fire and clerical workers, has endorsed three Democratic incumbents -- Sam Gilmer in Ward 3, Carl Snowden in Ward 5 and Ellen Moyer in Ward 8.The group also endorsed incumbent Dean Johnson, a political independent, in Ward 2 and Rick Staisloff, a Democratic newcomer, in Ward 7.Last week, the group endorsed former Mayor Dennis Callahan who is running as an independent for his old job. Mr. Callahan was mayor from 1985 to 1989.
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