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By James M. Coram and James M. Coram,Staff Writer | October 7, 1992
Despite his stormy confirmation hearing two weeks ago, Daisy resident Theodore Mariani has been unanimously and unceremoniously confirmed as a member of the Planning Board.The council grouped Mr. Mariani with eight other nominees to various boards and commissions, and it approved all nine simultaneously Monday night.The unanimous yeses, uttered in dull monotones, contrasted sharply with the shouts exchanged between council members and Highland activist John W. Taylor on Sept. 21, when Mr. Taylor urged the council to reject Mr. Mariani.
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ENTERTAINMENT
By Richard Gorelick | February 6, 2012
Baltimore's dining scene is getting some national bandwith. Spike Gjerde reveals seven of his favorite Baltimore food highlights for "Short Order," a regular feature of GQ's website. And the noted food authority, Esquire contributor and author John Mariani has written a "Day Tripper" piece about Baltimore for his weekly Virtual Newsletter. Gjerde's piece was published a few weeks back, but we're just seeing it now. Chef Spike Gjerde's Guide to Baltimore tells the world about Spro , Grand Cru , Belvedere Market , Patisserie Poupon , Wit & Wisdom , the restaurant at the new Four Seasons Hotel Baltimore, Alexander's Tavern and Thames Street Oyster House . Mariani's piece , which takes the form of a day-tripper's guide, has very nice things to say about Aldo's and Chazz: A Bronx Original , which he says are the exceptions to the dismal norm in Little Italy.
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By James M. Coram and James M. Coram,Staff Writer | September 23, 1992
County Council members and community activist John W. Taylor had an ugly shouting match Monday over the nomination of Theodore Mariani to the planning board.Mr. Taylor attends most council meetings and testifies on a variety of issues, especially those related to growth. He told the council Monday that Mr. Mariani's should not be on the board because he's too pro-development."What you have here is pretty slanderous," Councilman Charles C. Feaga, R-5th said following Mr. Taylor's testimony.
SPORTS
By Dan Connolly and Dan Connolly,[Sun reporter] | November 3, 2007
PROVIDENCE, R.I. --Short and stout, with gray ringlets of hair framing a round, bespectacled face, Ana Maria Santi looks the part of a doting grandmother. Instead, the 68-year-old disgraced doctor from Queens, N.Y., has become the most unlikely face of a national steroid ring that reportedly involved Orioles outfielder Jay Gibbons, among others. Yesterday, in federal court here, Santi received a two-year jail sentence, plus one year of house confinement and two additional years of supervised probation for issuing thousands of prescriptions for human growth hormone and other illegal steroids to clients she never examined.
NEWS
By Erik Nelson and Erik Nelson,Staff Writer | September 2, 1992
Ted Mariani, the new county Planning Board nominee, has plenty of experience when it comes to planning issues.Mr. Mariani, 60, has been a practicing architect and development planner for 35 years. He has worked on projects ranging from university campuses in Washington to residential subdivisions in Prince George's County. In the late 1970s and early 1980s, he served on the District of Columbia's Zoning Commission.As chairman of the Rural Land Use Study Commission in Howard JTC County in June 1991, Mr. Mariani fielded menacing phone calls and was hooted down by residents over plans to rezone the western county.
NEWS
By James M. Coram and James M. Coram,Staff writer | February 24, 1991
The County Council last week asked an ad hoc citizens' commission todetermine by June 15 whether western Howard County lends itself to development under a village concept and to recommend a way to cluster residences to preserve farmland.To help the commission along, thecouncil gave it a three-page set of goals and guidelines.It asked, for example, that the commission determine the ideal size for a successful village and evaluate future road, school and public safety needs if a village is created.
BUSINESS
By David Conn and David Conn,Staff Writer | September 11, 1993
The Mercantile-Safe Deposit & Trust building at Calvert and Redwood streets has been the site of a bank branch through the turn of the century, through the Great Baltimore Fire, and through two world wars. But it couldn't make it past the changing traffic and business patterns of the city's financial district.This week, the company notified customers that it will shut down the 107-year-old branch on Dec. 10, a year before Mercantile's 25-year lease on the building runs out. Still remaining in the building is the Mercantile Mortgage Co., which has not said whether it will stay there permanently.
NEWS
By Shanon D. Murray and Shanon D. Murray,SUN STAFF | October 10, 1996
Unlike two years ago, a recycling company may not get permission to build a 17-acre solid waste transfer station off U.S. 1 near Cemetery Lane.Theodore F. Mariani, chairman of the county Planning Board, said last night he was struggling to find a "compelling reason" to approve Browning-Ferris Inc.'s request to build the transfer station.After Mariani and board member Gary Kaufman questioned the need and proposed location for the transfer station, the board postponed action on BFI's request until its Oct. 24 meeting when it will hear further testimony on alternatives to handling the county's trash.
NEWS
By Erik Nelson and Erik Nelson,Staff Writer | November 28, 1993
Rouse Co. officials worked hard this month to show they are not resting on their laurels to doubting members of the county Planning Board."I think that what we're doing today is as good as what we did five years ago, 10 years ago, and 20 years ago, and maybe better," says David E. Forester, Rouse Co. vice president and senior development director.In the eyes of Planning Board member Theodore F. Mariani, the Rouse Co. is straying from the cutting edge of the residential development industry.
NEWS
October 30, 2005
On October 27, 2005, BARTHOLOMEUS "Bart" HERBERT, Jr., of Ellicott City, MD, beloved husband of Janet (nee Mariani) Herbert. Loving father of Elizabeth Anne Herbert and Marjorie Danielle Herbert. Devoted son of Everdina t'Hart Herbert and the late Bartholomeus Herbert, Sr. Dear brother of Rebecca Smith and Wilma Vigel. Friends may call at the family owned Slack Funeral Home, P.A. 3871 Old Columbia Pike, Ellicott City on Sunday, 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 P.M. Funeral Services from The Catonsville Ward of The Churchof Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, 4100 St. John's Lane, Ellicott CIty, MD, 21042 on Monday at 10 A.M. Interment Crestlawn Memorial Gardens.
NEWS
October 30, 2005
On October 27, 2005, BARTHOLOMEUS "Bart" HERBERT, Jr., of Ellicott City, MD, beloved husband of Janet (nee Mariani) Herbert. Loving father of Elizabeth Anne Herbert and Marjorie Danielle Herbert. Devoted son of Everdina t'Hart Herbert and the late Bartholomeus Herbert, Sr. Dear brother of Rebecca Smith and Wilma Vigel. Friends may call at the family owned Slack Funeral Home, P.A. 3871 Old Columbia Pike, Ellicott City on Sunday, 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 P.M. Funeral Services from The Catonsville Ward of The Churchof Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, 4100 St. John's Lane, Ellicott CIty, MD, 21042 on Monday at 10 A.M. Interment Crestlawn Memorial Gardens.
SPORTS
February 5, 1998
BaseballBrewers: Signed P Sean Maloney, IF Mike Kinkade, IF Santiago Perez, OF Scott Krause and OF Geoff Jenkins to minor-league contracts.Phillies: Signed OF Tony Barron, OF Billy McMillon, P Wayne Gomes, former Orioles minor-league P Calvin Maduro and IF Kevin Sefcik to one-year contracts.CollegesIona: Named Fred Mariani football coach.FootballColts: Named Kevin Spencer special teams coach.Panthers: Released DE Ray Seals and LB Renaldo Turnbull. Named Gil Haskell offensive coordinator.Rams: Reassigned Mike White from tight ends coach to quarterbacks coach.
NEWS
By Shanon D. Murray and Shanon D. Murray,SUN STAFF | October 10, 1996
Unlike two years ago, a recycling company may not get permission to build a 17-acre solid waste transfer station off U.S. 1 near Cemetery Lane.Theodore F. Mariani, chairman of the county Planning Board, said last night he was struggling to find a "compelling reason" to approve Browning-Ferris Inc.'s request to build the transfer station.After Mariani and board member Gary Kaufman questioned the need and proposed location for the transfer station, the board postponed action on BFI's request until its Oct. 24 meeting when it will hear further testimony on alternatives to handling the county's trash.
FEATURES
By Steven Raichlen and Steven Raichlen,Los Angeles Times Syndicate | February 8, 1995
My grandmother is not the best cook in our family (that distinction goes to my Aunt Annette, as my grandmother freely admits). But Grammie Ethel does have two or three dishes that have won her an honored place in the family culinary pantheon. The first is a chicken noodle soup you fairly ache for when you have a cold. The second is a cookie so buttery and crisp, family members have almost come to fisticuffs over who gets the last one. But the most formidable weapon in her culinary arsenal is Grammie Ethel's Chocolate Fudge.
NEWS
By Erik Nelson and Erik Nelson,Sun Staff Writer | November 24, 1994
Members of Howard County's only Muslim congregation who expected a respectful first public hearing on their plans to build the county's first mosque got a rude awakening yesterday with comments about terrorism and religious zealots."
NEWS
By James M. Coram and James M. Coram,Sun Staff Writer | February 23, 1994
Howard County gun owners implored the County Council last night to vote against a resolution urging the General Assembly to approve gun control legislation.The resolution, which is endorsed by four of the five council members, does not have the force of law. It is merely a request and one that Councilman Charles C. Feaga, R-5th, and all but one of the people testifying on the resolution found to be anathema."It is crime that is the problem, not the law-abiding citizen" who owns firearms, said Larry LaGuardia, president of the Howard County Rifle and Pistol Club.
NEWS
October 6, 1991
When Theodore F. Mariani tried to talk about cluster zoning conceptsin western Howard County four months ago, he was nearly hooted off the stage by a standing-room only crowd.Last week, he was able to speak without interruption for 45 minutes as he presented to the County Council and county executive the final report from the Rural Residential Land Use Study Commission.This time, the room was nearly empty as Mariani summarized the commission's recommendations that the county continue to support and strengthen its agricultural land preservation program, and that clusterzoning in the General Plan be refined and implemented.
NEWS
December 7, 1993
The Rouse Co. is not accustomed to heavy scrutiny, especially on its home turf. But that was the case recently when two members of the Howard County Planning Board questioned the company's commitment to the kind of inventive residential design for which the developer has become justly famous.The objections centered mostly on a 55-unit townhouse development in the Kendall Ridge section of Columbia's Long Reach village. Planning board member Theodore F. Mariani, himself a developer, wondered aloud whether Rouse officials had considered how the new development would fit into the surrounding community.
NEWS
December 7, 1993
The Rouse Co. is not accustomed to heavy scrutiny, especially on its home turf. But that was the case recently when two members of the Howard County Planning Board questioned the company's commitment to the kind of inventive residential design for which the developer has become justly famous.The objections centered mostly on a 55-unit townhouse development in the Kendall Ridge section of Columbia's Long Reach village. Planning board member Theodore F. Mariani, himself a developer, wondered aloud whether Rouse officials had considered how the new development would fit into the surrounding community.
NEWS
December 7, 1993
The Rouse Co. is not accustomed to heavy scrutiny, especially on its home turf. But it got some recently when two members of the Howard County Planning Board questioned the company's commitment to the kind of inventive residential development for which it has become renowned.The objections centered mostly on a 55-unit townhouse development in the Kendall Ridge section of Columbia's Long Reach village. Planning board member Theodore F. Mariani, himself a developer, wondered aloud whether Rouse officials had considered how the new development would fit into the surrounding community.
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