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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN STAFF | January 31, 1999
Prompted by a letter from Howard County's largest private employer, the county Department of Planning and Zoning has decided to delay the closing of Sanner Road near Clarksville for at least two weeks.Marsha McLaughlin, the agency's deputy director, said Friday that the department agreed to postpone the closing to allow officials to talk more with Sanner Road homeowners, who have scheduled a community meeting for 7 p.m. Feb. 11.County crews had been prepared to close a portion of Sanner Road near Pindell School Road tomorrow so the Security Development Corp.
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By Ted Shelsby and Ted Shelsby,SUN STAFF | March 2, 2003
When the physical education teachers at Aberdeen High School got their first look inside the new gymnasium under construction, they felt a bit claustrophobic. "They thought the ceiling looked low," Kathleen Sanner, supervisor of planning and construction for the Harford County Public Schools, told school board members at their meeting last week. They were right. A mistake in the blueprints put the ceiling at 20 feet, instead of 24 feet, which is standard in high school gym construction.
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By Jamal E. Watson and Jamal E. Watson,SUN STAFF | February 14, 1999
Several dozen Clarksville residents say they're outraged by a county decision to allow a developer to close off a large part of a well-traveled road for four months beginning Tuesday -- an action critics say could cause major traffic congestion.Residents who live on or near Sanner Road say the county should have given them more notice and held a public hearing to solicit concerns about the closing of the road, across from Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory, near routes 29 and 32."I am very concerned about what has happened," Hattie Myers, a 30-year resident, said last week at a community meeting called to discuss the road closing.
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December 3, 2002
Robert J. Sanner Sr., an Army musician who worked for 23 years at the National Security Agency, died Friday of heart failure at Morningside House of Friendship in Severn. He was 87 and resided in Odenton. Born in Johnstown, Pa., he studied the cornet and violin in his early years and in his late teens organized a dance orchestra in his hometown. Mr. Sanner joined the Army and served for 23 years, including service during World War II and Korea. He spent most of his military career in the Army Field Band.
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By Jamal E. Watson and Jamal E. Watson,SUN STAFF | March 11, 1999
More than a dozen Clarksville residents met with Howard County officials last night to again voice complaints about closing well-traveled Sanner Road for four months to allow construction of a housing development.Last night's meeting at the George Howard Building in Ellicott City was the second that residents have had with officials since a stretch of Sanner Road -- adjacent to the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory, near U.S. 29 and Route 32 -- was closed three weeks ago.People who live on Sanner Road are allowed access, but other traffic is barred.
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October 10, 1994
POLICE LOG* Fulton: Dead-end of Sanner Road: Someone cut the locks off construction trailers and stole a generator and tools between 3:30 p.m. Tuesday and 6:30 a.m. Wednesday.
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March 23, 1994
A 64-year-old Reisterstown man, who shot his hunting companion near Hampstead in December, was placed on probation for 12 months after a trial in Westminster District Court yesterday, a Department of Natural Resources (DNR) spokeswoman said.Raymond Struble of the first block of Shropshire Court was charged with negligent hunting after Michael Lee Sanner, 53, of the first block of Penndragon Court in Reisterstown was shot in the right elbow and flown to a Baltimore trauma center.Mr. Sanner at first told police he was hunting about 8 a.m. Dec. 4 on Wine Road near Hampstead when his rifle accidentally discharged and he was shot.
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By Arthur Hirsch and Arthur Hirsch,Staff writer | October 28, 1990
When Hazel Sanner saw the plans for the Seven Oaks community, she had to laugh.It wasn't the plan itself, the neat rows of town houses, the streets that curve oh so gracefully, the fine-lawned homes and clubhouse. It was the picture that popped into her head: Men of the 82nd Airborne Division leaping from the windows of Barratini's Hotel."The first thing I did was I burst out laughing," right in the middle of a meeting of the Greater Odenton Improvement Association, said Sanner. "I have a habit of doing that."
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By Ted Shelsby and Ted Shelsby,SUN STAFF | March 2, 2003
When the physical education teachers at Aberdeen High School got their first look inside the new gymnasium under construction, they felt a bit claustrophobic. "They thought the ceiling looked low," Kathleen Sanner, supervisor of planning and construction for the Harford County Public Schools, told school board members at their meeting last week. They were right. A mistake in the blueprints put the ceiling at 20 feet, instead of 24 feet, which is standard in high school gym construction.
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By Mary Gail Hare and Mary Gail Hare,SUN STAFF | June 9, 1999
The school board's recent decision to build a fourth middle school in south Carroll could mean a loss of well-used recreation fields at Mayeski Park unless the county approves the purchase of another property.Although the park near South Carroll High School in Winfield has long been slated for a middle school, it is being put to use. The park has softball, baseball, football and soccer fields, most of which are lighted, and a building that houses a concession stand and a storage area. There is also a sand volleyball court, a tot lot and several acres of open space.
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By Jennifer McMenamin and Jennifer McMenamin,SUN STAFF | July 1, 2001
Ask Kathleen Sanner why she's leaving her post as facilities director of Carroll County public schools and she demurely explains that it's a personal decision. But ask about her new job with Harford County public schools, and her reasons for leaving Carroll begin to emerge. "I'll be doing school construction and planning," she said. Pumping her fist in the air as a wide grin spread across her face, she added, "I will not be doing boundary adjustments or enrollment projections." Translated out of the mumbo-jumbo jargon of school construction: Sanner is leaving the headaches behind.
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By Mike Farabaugh and Mike Farabaugh,SUN STAFF | June 9, 1999
After 14 months of discussion and another public hearing last night on relocation of the cramped Hampstead Post Office, more than two dozen officials and residents agreed that it is time to act.Hearing yet another plan to use the downtown site of the old Hampstead Elementary School for a new post office, town officials promised U.S. Postal Service officials to provide letters from the town, school officials and the Board of County Commissioners to show...
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By Mary Gail Hare and Mary Gail Hare,SUN STAFF | June 9, 1999
The school board's recent decision to build a fourth middle school in South Carroll could mean a loss of well-used recreation fields at Mayeski Park unless the county approves the purchase of another property.Although the park near South Carroll High School in Winfield has long been slated for a middle school, it is being put to use. The park has softball, baseball, football and soccer fields, most of which are lighted, and a building that houses a concession stand and a storage area. There is also a sand volleyball court, a tot lot and several acres of open space.
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By Jamal E. Watson and Jamal E. Watson,SUN STAFF | March 11, 1999
More than a dozen Clarksville residents met with Howard County officials last night to again voice complaints about closing well-traveled Sanner Road for four months to allow construction of a housing development.Last night's meeting at the George Howard Building in Ellicott City was the second that residents have had with officials since a stretch of Sanner Road -- adjacent to the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory, near U.S. 29 and Route 32 -- was closed three weeks ago.People who live on Sanner Road are allowed access, but other traffic is barred.
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By Jamal E. Watson and Jamal E. Watson,SUN STAFF | February 14, 1999
Several dozen Clarksville residents say they're outraged by a county decision to allow a developer to close off a large part of a well-traveled road for four months beginning Tuesday -- an action critics say could cause major traffic congestion.Residents who live on or near Sanner Road say the county should have given them more notice and held a public hearing to solicit concerns about the closing of the road, across from Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory, near routes 29 and 32."I am very concerned about what has happened," Hattie Myers, a 30-year resident, said last week at a community meeting called to discuss the road closing.
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN STAFF | January 31, 1999
Prompted by a letter from Howard County's largest private employer, the county Department of Planning and Zoning has decided to delay the closing of Sanner Road near Clarksville for at least two weeks.Marsha McLaughlin, the agency's deputy director, said Friday that the department agreed to postpone the closing to allow officials to talk more with Sanner Road homeowners, who have scheduled a community meeting for 7 p.m. Feb. 11.County crews had been prepared to close a portion of Sanner Road near Pindell School Road tomorrow so the Security Development Corp.
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By Mary Gail Hare and Mary Gail Hare,Sun Staff Writer | July 26, 1994
A new elementary school to ease crowding in North Carroll is on the county wish list, but it may not come true until the turn of the century.Kathleen Sanner, facilities planner for the Carroll County Public Schools, painted a picture of continued crowding in the area's three elementary schools for the Hampstead Planning and Zoning Commission last night.The picture won't change until another school opens, she said."To have a new school in Manchester in 1998, we have to begin planning next summer," she said.
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By Anne Haddad and Anne Haddad,Staff Writer | July 22, 1992
The county is buying 126 acres of farmland in South Carroll and setting it aside as a site for up to three schools.The county expects to settle on the property for $788,900 with current owner Daniel Dulany this month, said Isaac Menasche, assistant county attorney.The land is on Old Liberty Road, near Linton Road.No specific schools are planned for the site now, said Kathleen Sanner, assistant for school facilities. But the land will be there when needed, and the rate of growth in South Carroll indicates it probably will be needed, she said.
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By Jackie Powder and Jackie Powder,SUN STAFF | January 29, 1999
Carroll County school officials have determined that an improper state inspection in September and the lack of an insurance company inspection are to blame for safety violations in a water heating system at Linton Springs Elementary School.A misunderstanding of the inspection process by Carroll school officials contributed to the problem at the Eldersburg school that opened in August, said Kathleen Sanner, director of support services for Carroll schools.Minor boiler code violations were found at nine other county schools that had been identified as having safety concerns, but Sanner said that no serious problems were uncovered by school system or insurance company inspectors.
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