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January 30, 2003
Today's highlights 10 a.m.Senate meets, Senate chamber. 10 a.m.House of Delegates meets, House chamber. 1 p.m.House Environmental Matters Committee, briefing on local government issues, with Harford County Executive James M. Harkins, Anne Arundel County Executive Janet S. Owens and others, Room 140, Lowe House Office Building.
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June 18, 1995
Francis Scott Key High School recently presented its graduating seniors with awards and scholarships at the senior awards assembly and graduation ceremonies.The recipients were:* Class of 1995 Valedictorian Award: Valarie Michelle Kniss and Jennifer Rebecca Thompson.* Carroll County Arts Council Scholarships: Visual Art, Janet Owens; Writing, Courtney Risch.* Carroll County Commissioners Student Leadership Scholarship: Daryl Long.* Carroll County Municipal League Scholarship: Don Harver.* Lantz Hyde Memorial Scholarship: Hollie Edwards.
NEWS
July 4, 2007
On June 30, 2007, LILLIAN DORIS (nee Kern) beloved wife of the late Henry J. Rackl Sr., devoted mother of Dorothy Kasmer, Henry Rackl Jr, and Cheryl Whittaker, also survived by five grandchildren, Janet Owens, Donna Hasler, James Lindamore, Michelle Rackl and Margaret C. Rackl and three great grandchildren, Greta Hasler, Oliver Hasler and Veronika Owens. The family will receive friends at the Lassahn Funeral Home Inc., 7401 Belair Road, on Wednesday 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. and Thursday 9:30 to 10:30 A.M. A Funeral Service will be held at Perry Hall Presbyterian Church, 8848 Belair Road, on Thursday at 11:30 A.M. Interment Zion Lutheran Church Cemetery.
NEWS
August 17, 2001
THE RESPONSE of Anne Arundel County officials and others to the vandalism of a Lothian church was the correct one: outrage - and the offer of help. Racial epithets were scrawled on a wall, furnishings, a computer and other office equipment were destroyed, and a pantry the church maintains for the needy was raided in the attack last week on the non-denominational Rapture Church. Its senior pastor, the Rev. Craig Coates, estimated the cost of repairing the damage at $20,000. In a show of support, Arundel County Executive Janet Owens plans to attend services Sunday in a tent that will be used until repairs are made.
NEWS
July 23, 2006
LAST WEEK'S ISSUE -- The Pentagons military base realignment will swell Maryland's population by about 28,000 households over the next decade, a Towson University report predicts, in what some economists suggest will be the biggest defense-related buildup in the Baltimore-Washington region since World War II. Analysts estimate that Anne Arundel County will net 12,639 jobs and 5,798 households, along with nearly $90 million in yearly tax revenue, because...
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By Laura Sullivan and Laura Sullivan,SUN STAFF | December 20, 1998
County Executive Janet S. Owens has pledged to carry through on county promises to alleviate congestion on Mountain Road by supporting reversible lanes on the packed Pasadena roadway.Work is scheduled to begin this spring on transforming the left-turn lane into a drive-through lane that will accommodate heavy westbound traffic in the morning and heavy eastbound traffic in the evening.The county and the state are sharing the $500,000 cost.Residents who tried for 20 years to get something done about the road have been worried that plans agreed to in September would unravel when former County Executive John G. Gary left office.
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By Stephanie Hanes and Stephanie Hanes,SUN STAFF | August 2, 2000
Leaders in the battle against a Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. proposal to truck a potentially hazardous chemical daily into the Brandon Shores power complex said dozens of residents plan to attend a meeting tonight to question County Executive Janet S. Owens on the growing controversy. Owens was on vacation during the first weeks of the dispute between Solley-area residents and the power giant, and she has not taken a stand on the issue. But the county executive has said she understands residents' fears about BGE's plans to use anhydrous ammonia - a common industrial chemical that can cause severe lung damage and death in cases of extreme exposure - in a new anti-pollution system.
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | August 4, 1999
Exhausted by lengthy debate during its Monday night hearing, the Anne Arundel County Council voted to postpone voting on a plan that would direct changes to the county's water and sewer system during the next two decades.The highly technical plan could have major implications on where houses, shopping malls and businesses are built between now and 2020.Most council members initially said they were opposed to the administration's plan, but heavy lobbying by County Executive Janet S. Owens has won the measure some support.
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | May 4, 2003
Anne Arundel County Councilwoman Pamela G. Beidle will hold two town meetings to discuss the proposed 2003-2004 county budget. County Executive Janet S. Owens proposed her budget Thursday, and the council will meet to review it. The meetings are scheduled for 7 p.m. May 12 at the Chesapeake Center for the Arts, 200 Hammonds Lane in Brooklyn Park, and at 7 p.m. May 14 at the Arundel Center, 44 Calvert St. in Annapolis. Residents also may send Beidle questions at pbeid le@mail.aacounty.org, or at P.O. Box 2700, Annapolis 21404.
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | June 10, 2004
Anne Arundel County Executive Janet S. Owens has been in Europe all week, meeting with overseas business leaders in Finland, Denmark and Russia in an effort to bring more global industry to the county. Owens began what she called her "European Mission" in Helsinki, Finland, where she toured the global headquarters for telecommunications giant Nokia, which is invested in a technology incubator in Annapolis. Next, she visited Copenhagen, Denmark. Owens is scheduled to conclude her trip with visits today and tomorrow to Moscow and St. Petersburg, Russia.
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