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June 18, 2008
On June 14, 2008, MICHAEL JOHN KOZUB of Chestertown, MD. Beloved husband of Mary Caron Kozub. Loving brother of Marie Herold and the late Joseph Kozub. Also survived by a niece, June Marie Cantwell and nephew, George Michael Herold. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at St. Francis de Sales Catholic Church, Abingdon, MD, on Friday, June 20, 2008, at 10:30 A.M. Interment will be in Bel Air Memorial Gardens, Bel Air, MD. Friends may call at the family owned McComas Funeral Home, P.A., Abingdon, MD, on Thursday from 2-4 and 7-9 P.M. Memory tributes may be sent to the family at mccomasfuneralhome.
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June 18, 2008
On June 14, 2008, MICHAEL JOHN KOZUB of Chestertown, MD. Beloved husband of Mary Caron Kozub. Loving brother of Marie Herold and the late Joseph Kozub. Also survived by a niece, June Marie Cantwell and nephew, George Michael Herold. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at St. Francis de Sales Catholic Church, Abingdon, MD, on Friday, June 20, 2008, at 10:30 A.M. Interment will be in Bel Air Memorial Gardens, Bel Air, MD. Friends may call at the family owned McComas Funeral Home, P.A., Abingdon, MD, on Thursday from 2-4 and 7-9 P.M. Memory tributes may be sent to the family at mccomasfuneralhome.
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NEWS
August 13, 1995
I never cease to be amazed at your attempts to laud the poor and inaccurate news reporting of your staff. Whether it be in the international, national, state, city or local arena, the press to meet deadlines and to tantalize and interest readers consistently leads to distorted, inaccurate and misleading articles. Although hardly unique, your editorial of Aug. 7, entitled "Backing and Filling in Harford," and the backup series of articles by Bruce Reid are a case in point.MJK Ranch, a beef cattle farming operation managed by Michael Kozub, is perched high above the bluffs that overlook the Bynum Run. In the course of time, natural erosion set in on this farm and began to take its toll of top soil.
NEWS
March 2, 2003
On March 1, 2003, JOSEPH KOZUB, of Abingdon, MD; beloved husband of Rita Pauline Martin Kozub; loving brother of Michael J. Kozub and Marie K. V. Herold. Also survived by niece, June V. Cantwell and nephew, George M. Herold. Mass of Christian Burial will be held in St. Francis de Sales Catholic Church, Abingdon, MD on Tuesday, March 4, 2003 at 10 A.M. Interment will be in Bel Air Memorial Gardens. Friends may call at the family owned McComas Funeral Home, P.A. in Abingdon, MD on Monday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 P.M. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to St. Francis de Sales Catholic Church, 1450 Abingdon Road, Abingdon, MD 21009 or to the Abingdon Fire Company, P.O. Box 665, Abingdon, MD 21009.
NEWS
July 16, 1995
I was appalled upon reading your jaundiced article concerning the Kozub property, which completely misportrays Harford County's efforts and inexplicably attacks the county. The county is the government entity which has acted most responsibly with respect to the Kozub property.Distortions permeate the article, beginning with the subtitle, "State, County Debris Dominates the Site." In the first instance, I am aware only of clean earthen fill that was sent to Kozub's property by a subcontractor, T.C. Simons, of the county's prime contractor when work was being done on the Abingdon Water Treatment Plant.
NEWS
By Bruce Reid and Bruce Reid,Sun Staff Writer | July 16, 1995
The Army Corps of Engineers has ordered Harford County farmer Michael J. Kozub to stop the dumping of dirt, concrete and other debris from state highway projects on his property next to Bynum Run.The corps sent a "cease and desist" order to Mr. Kozub by registered mail last week. The Abingdon farmer received it Friday.Based on a review of aerial photographs and other documents, corps officials said Mr. Kozub has filled an acre or more of federally regulated wetlands bordering Bynum Run, a state-designated trout stream and a tributary of the Bush River.
NEWS
By Bruce Reid and Bruce Reid,Sun Staff Writer | July 16, 1995
The Army Corps of Engineers has ordered Abingdon farmer Michael J. Kozub to stop the dumping of dirt, concrete and other debris from state highway projects on his property next to Bynum Run.The corps sent a "cease and desist" order to Mr. Kozub by registered mail last week. He received it Friday.Based on a review of aerial photographs and other documents, corps officials said Mr. Kozub has filled an acre or more of federally regulated wetlands bordering Bynum Run, a state-designated trout stream and a tributary of the Bush River.
NEWS
By Bruce Reid and Bruce Reid,Sun Staff Writer | July 2, 1995
An Abingdon farmer has operated an unlicensed landfill on his property for at least four years with the full knowledge of local and state governments -- whose construction contractors were major users.Highway and construction contractors for the State Highway Administration and Harford County began dumping at the 3-acre site in 1991, according to public records and interviews.The two agencies have allowed their contractors to deposit thousands of truckloads of dirt, concrete, asphalt and other materials at Michael J. Kozub's 113-acre MJK Ranch south of Bel Air. At the same time, state and county officials have tried to regulate the dumping, and failed.
NEWS
By Bruce Reid and Bruce Reid,Sun Staff Writer | July 16, 1995
The Army Corps of Engineers has ordered Harford County farmer Michael J. Kozub to stop the dumping of dirt, concrete and other debris from state highway projects on his property next to Bynum Run.The corps sent a "cease and desist" order to Mr. Kozub by registered mail last week. The Abingdon farmer received it Friday.Based on a review of aerial photographs and other documents, corps officials said Mr. Kozub has filled an acre or more of federally regulated wetlands bordering Bynum Run, a state-designated trout stream and a tributary of the Bush River.
NEWS
January 6, 1991
A county zoning hearing examiner has recommended the county deny an Abingdon man's request for a special exception to create a private aircraft landing strip.Michael J. Kozub, who owns a 113-acre agriculturally zoned parcel on Hookers Mill Road, said various types of aircrafts have been landing and taking off from his family's farm sincethe mid-1940s.Kozub had asked the county to recognize the non-conforming airstrip and to grant a special exception to allow the landing and storage of private aircraft in an agricultural district.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | December 23, 1999
The seemingly endless saga of two cities, Baltimore and Cleveland, entwined by the rivalries of their professional football, baseball and indoor soccer teams, entered another phase this week with the news that Art Modell will eventually sell the Ravens for $600 million.Pressed by the NFL, Modell agreed to give up a 49 percent share of the Ravens to Anne Arundel County businessman Stephen J. Bisciotti, who is expected to take full control in four years. Although the deal frees Modell from debt, it ends his plans to turn over the team to his sons, David and John.
NEWS
August 13, 1995
I never cease to be amazed at your attempts to laud the poor and inaccurate news reporting of your staff. Whether it be in the international, national, state, city or local arena, the press to meet deadlines and to tantalize and interest readers consistently leads to distorted, inaccurate and misleading articles. Although hardly unique, your editorial of Aug. 7, entitled "Backing and Filling in Harford," and the backup series of articles by Bruce Reid are a case in point.MJK Ranch, a beef cattle farming operation managed by Michael Kozub, is perched high above the bluffs that overlook the Bynum Run. In the course of time, natural erosion set in on this farm and began to take its toll of top soil.
NEWS
August 7, 1995
The Army Corps of Engineers is to be commended for halting the filling of protected wetlands at the Abingdon farm of Michael J. Kozub, a dumping operation that went on for nearly four years without much objection from state and Harford County authorities.Contractors for State Highway Administration and Harford County projects had deposited rubble and fill dirt there in the past. Mr. Kozub claimed an agricultural exemption from landfill permitting, arguing that he was entitled to level out his land for farming purposes.
NEWS
July 16, 1995
I was appalled upon reading your jaundiced article concerning the Kozub property, which completely misportrays Harford County's efforts and inexplicably attacks the county. The county is the government entity which has acted most responsibly with respect to the Kozub property.Distortions permeate the article, beginning with the subtitle, "State, County Debris Dominates the Site." In the first instance, I am aware only of clean earthen fill that was sent to Kozub's property by a subcontractor, T.C. Simons, of the county's prime contractor when work was being done on the Abingdon Water Treatment Plant.
NEWS
By Bruce Reid and Bruce Reid,Sun Staff Writer | July 16, 1995
The Army Corps of Engineers has ordered Harford County farmer Michael J. Kozub to stop the dumping of dirt, concrete and other debris from state highway projects on his property next to Bynum Run.The corps sent a "cease and desist" order to Mr. Kozub by registered mail last week. The Abingdon farmer received it Friday.Based on a review of aerial photographs and other documents, corps officials said Mr. Kozub has filled an acre or more of federally regulated wetlands bordering Bynum Run, a state-designated trout stream and a tributary of the Bush River.
NEWS
By Bruce Reid and Bruce Reid,Sun Staff Writer | July 16, 1995
The Army Corps of Engineers has ordered Abingdon farmer Michael J. Kozub to stop the dumping of dirt, concrete and other debris from state highway projects on his property next to Bynum Run.The corps sent a "cease and desist" order to Mr. Kozub by registered mail last week. He received it Friday.Based on a review of aerial photographs and other documents, corps officials said Mr. Kozub has filled an acre or more of federally regulated wetlands bordering Bynum Run, a state-designated trout stream and a tributary of the Bush River.
NEWS
By Bruce Reid and Bruce Reid,Sun Staff Writer | July 2, 1995
An Abingdon farmer has operated an unlicensed landfill on his property for at least four years with the full knowledge of local and state governments -- whose construction contractors were major users.Highway and construction contractors for the State Highway Administration and Harford County began dumping at the 3-acre site in 1991, according to public records and interviews.The two agencies have allowed their contractors to deposit thousands of truckloads of dirt, concrete, asphalt and other materials at Michael J. Kozub's 113-acre MJK Ranch south of Bel Air. State and county officials have tried to regulate the dumping, and failed.
NEWS
August 7, 1995
The Army Corps of Engineers is to be commended for halting the filling of protected wetlands at the Abingdon farm of Michael J. Kozub, a dumping operation that went on for nearly four years without much objection from state and Harford County authorities.Contractors for State Highway Administration and Harford County projects had deposited rubble and fill dirt there in the past. Mr. Kozub claimed an agricultural exemption from landfill permitting, arguing that he was entitled to level out his land for farming purposes.
NEWS
By Bruce Reid and Bruce Reid,Sun Staff Writer | July 16, 1995
The Army Corps of Engineers has ordered Harford County farmer Michael J. Kozub to stop the dumping of dirt, concrete and other debris from state highway projects on his property next to Bynum Run.The corps sent a "cease and desist" order to Mr. Kozub by registered mail last week. The Abingdon farmer received it Friday.Based on a review of aerial photographs and other documents, corps officials said Mr. Kozub has filled an acre or more of federally regulated wetlands bordering Bynum Run, a state-designated trout stream and a tributary of the Bush River.
NEWS
July 7, 1995
Given Harford County's tortured history with landfills, both illegal and authorized, it is hard to believe that officials have quietly allowed operation of an unlicensed dump they have known about for four years. Granted, the county made a feeble legal stab at challenging the dumping on the Abingdon cattle farm of Michael J. Kozub last fall. But it quickly backed off rather than standing up for its citizens and the environment.Only last month did County Executive Eileen Rehrmann ask the state Department of Environment, which licenses landfills, for 'enforcement assistance,' this following months of unheeded complaints by Harford residents already annoyed with the sloppy management on the nearby, now-closed Spencer landfill.
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