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By Patrick Gilbert and Patrick Gilbert,Sun Staff Writer | August 16, 1995
In a rezoning battle that has lasted nearly two decades, developers are poised for their latest bid to win approval for Colvista, a 1,500-unit hillside housing community proposed near Loch Raven Reservoir.But even though the project has been substantially scaled back, it faces opposition from Baltimore County agencies and area residents.Beginning today, five days of hearings have been scheduled before the county Board of Appeals on Security Management Corp.'s request to rezone nearly all of a 215-acre tract near Sparks for townhouses and condominiums.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen | May 16, 2008
Robert Dale Minick, a retired Social Security Administration worker and former longtime White Hall resident, died Saturday of cancer at St. Joseph Medical Center. He was 76. Mr. Minick was born and raised in Sioux Falls, S.D., and was a 1951 graduate of Sioux Falls Washington High School. In 1955, he earned a bachelor's degree in history from Augustana College in Sioux Falls. He played center on the basketball team and was inducted into the Augustana College Hall of Fame in 1985. During the 1950s, he served in the Air National Guard in Rapid City, S.D..
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By Alan J. Craver and Alan J. Craver,Staff writer | April 26, 1992
A Baltimore development company has filed suit against the County Council, contending that it improperly delayed water and sewer service to a development site where the company wants to build 1,600 homes.Security Management Corp. is asking the county Circuit Court to strike the council's approval of a plan that downgrades its development site.Security Management, operated by Victor Posner, is planning to build single-family houses and multifamily units at a 315-acre site offRoute 7, west of Aberdeen.
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By Robert Koulish | February 7, 2008
Gov. Martin O'Malley's decision to cooperate with the Bush administration on Real ID is a mistake. The decision turns clerks at Maryland's Motor Vehicle Administration into immigration officers, forcing them to ask prospective drivers about their immigration status and then assess the validity of documents - a troublesome chore even for well-trained immigration officers. Moreover, Real ID will push illegal immigrants further into the shadows, where they will be deterred from reporting crimes to police or using emergency rooms.
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By Patrick Gilbert and Patrick Gilbert,Sun Staff Writer | September 15, 1995
In a stunning decision that could end efforts to build an ambitious 1,500-unit housing subdivision near Loch Raven Reservoir, the Baltimore County Board of Appeals yesterday threw out a rezoning case brought by the landowner.That was not the only bad news of the day for the owner, Security Management Corp. The Maryland Court of Appeals, Maryland's highest court, also served notice that it would not hear a company appeal in a suit against the County Council for denying a zoning change for the same property in 1992.
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By Jay Apperson and Liz Atwood and Jay Apperson and Liz Atwood,SUN STAFF | October 27, 1999
Rekindling a land-use battle that has raged intermittently for nearly two decades in northern Baltimore County, a developer yesterday announced plans to build 150 houses at the site of the ill-fated Colvista project.Developer Victor Posner's Security Management Corp. unveiled scaled-back plans for the 215-acre property in Sparks, seeking to build upscale houses instead of a previously proposed Italianate hillside village of 1,500 townhouses and condominiums.The company also offered to sweeten the proposal by addressing a "safety" problem at the nearby Northern Central Railroad Trail.
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By Kim Clark and Kim Clark,Sun Staff Writer | September 2, 1995
Steven N. Posner has asked a Baltimore County Circuit Court to dissolve his father's Security Management Corp. -- one of the largest property owners in Maryland -- charging that Victor Posner is looting the company.In a suit filed in Towson on Aug. 18, long-loyal Steven Posner turned on his father and echoed charges that have long been made against both Posners.The 31-page document, filed on Steven Posner's behalf by Baltimore attorney Gerson B. Mehlman, asks the court to appoint a trustee to oversee and dissolve Security Management, which owns about 20,000 properties in Maryland.
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By Frank Lynch and Frank Lynch,Staff Writer | May 2, 1993
The long-awaited decision on whether to allow Security Management Corp. to build a 150,446-square-foot shopping center at Churchville and Brier Hill roads will be made at Tuesday night's County Council meeting.Final arguments on the zoning appeal of a hearing examiner's approval were made by attorneys on April 20. The process has lasted for months.A decision on whether the center could be built on the 15-acre site was put off for two weeks when County Council President Jeffrey D. Wilson, who is also chairman of the zoning appeals board, granted a request by Councilwoman Theresa M. Pierno, a District C Democrat, for a delay for further study of the proposal.
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By Frank Lynch and Frank Lynch,Staff Writer | May 9, 1993
The battle over a proposed Bel Air shopping center appears headed for court after a County Council decision aimed at appeasing the developer and nearby residents instead infuriated both sides.The council, sitting as the Zoning Appeals Board, voted 4-3 Tuesday to allow Baltimore County-based Security Management Corp. to build a shopping center on a 15.8-acre site near Route 22 and Brier Hill Drive.But council members ordered that the original proposal be scaled down and set other conditions.
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By Robert Koulish | February 7, 2008
Gov. Martin O'Malley's decision to cooperate with the Bush administration on Real ID is a mistake. The decision turns clerks at Maryland's Motor Vehicle Administration into immigration officers, forcing them to ask prospective drivers about their immigration status and then assess the validity of documents - a troublesome chore even for well-trained immigration officers. Moreover, Real ID will push illegal immigrants further into the shadows, where they will be deterred from reporting crimes to police or using emergency rooms.
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July 29, 2002
John Jeffrey White, a facilities manager for the Social Security Administration, died Friday of pancreatic cancer at Gilchrist Center for Hospice Care in Towson. He was 54 and lived in Sykesville. Born in Baltimore, Mr. White grew up in Pikesville. He was a 1969 graduate of Milford Mill High School, earned an associate's degree from Catonsville Community College in 1972, and graduated from the University of Maryland with a degree in industrial management in 1974. From 1969 until 1986, Mr. White worked for the General Services Administration.
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May 25, 2002
Max A. Setzke, a retired Social Security Administration building manager, died Wednesday of complications from a stroke and pneumonia at Caton Manor Nursing Home in Catonsville. He was 87 and lived in Ellicott City. Born in Ludington, Mich., and raised in Milwaukee, he enlisted in the Army in 1935 and retired in 1959. He attained the rank of lieutenant colonel and served in the Aleutian Islands during World War II. He was a management analyst for the Social Security Administration at Woodlawn and retired a second time in 1977 as the Dickenson Building's facilities manager.
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By Jay Apperson and Liz Atwood and Jay Apperson and Liz Atwood,SUN STAFF | October 27, 1999
Rekindling a land-use battle that has raged intermittently for nearly two decades in northern Baltimore County, a developer yesterday announced plans to build 150 houses at the site of the ill-fated Colvista project.Developer Victor Posner's Security Management Corp. unveiled scaled-back plans for the 215-acre property in Sparks, seeking to build upscale houses instead of a previously proposed Italianate hillside village of 1,500 townhouses and condominiums.The company also offered to sweeten the proposal by addressing a "safety" problem at the nearby Northern Central Railroad Trail.
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By Lisa Respers and Lisa Respers,SUN STAFF | June 15, 1997
Victor Posner, who made headlines in the 1980s as a corporate raider linked with Ivan Boesky and Michael Milken, wants to transform nearly 1,000 acres of Harford County forest into thickets of homes.The tract is part of the extensive regional land holdings that the 77-year-old Posner, who lives in Florida, has assembled through his own investments and through Security Management Corp., of which he is principal stockholder.But county residents and planning officials say Posner's request to rezone 929 acres -- property that lies well outside the county's designated growth area -- from agricultural use to a high-density residential which would allow for construction of townhouses or apartments, would contribute to suburban sprawl in the fast-growing county by allowing the construction of townhouses or apartments.
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By Jay Apperson and Timothy B. Wheeler and Jay Apperson and Timothy B. Wheeler,SUN STAFF | August 6, 1996
Maryland health officials have alerted their counterparts in New York that a Social Security Administration manager may have contracted Legionnaires' disease while vacationing in upstate New York rather than while at work in Woodlawn.Thousands of Social Security Administration employees returned to work yesterday at a Woodlawn building closed during the weekend as a precaution to prevent spread of the disease, which causes severe pneumonia. Most people get the ailment by inhaling mist from a contaminated water source, such as air-conditioning cooling towers.
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By Patrick Gilbert and Patrick Gilbert,Sun Staff Writer | September 15, 1995
In a stunning decision that could end efforts to build an ambitious 1,500-unit housing subdivision near Loch Raven Reservoir, the Baltimore County Board of Appeals yesterday threw out a rezoning case brought by the landowner.That was not the only bad news of the day for the owner, Security Management Corp. The Maryland Court of Appeals, Maryland's highest court, also served notice that it would not hear a company appeal in a suit against the County Council for denying a zoning change for the same property in 1992.
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By Lisa Respers and Lisa Respers,SUN STAFF | June 15, 1997
Victor Posner, who made headlines in the 1980s as a corporate raider linked with Ivan Boesky and Michael Milken, wants to transform nearly 1,000 acres of Harford County forest into thickets of homes.The tract is part of the extensive regional land holdings that the 77-year-old Posner, who lives in Florida, has assembled through his own investments and through Security Management Corp., of which he is principal stockholder.But county residents and planning officials say Posner's request to rezone 929 acres -- property that lies well outside the county's designated growth area -- from agricultural use to a high-density residential which would allow for construction of townhouses or apartments, would contribute to suburban sprawl in the fast-growing county by allowing the construction of townhouses or apartments.
NEWS
July 29, 2002
John Jeffrey White, a facilities manager for the Social Security Administration, died Friday of pancreatic cancer at Gilchrist Center for Hospice Care in Towson. He was 54 and lived in Sykesville. Born in Baltimore, Mr. White grew up in Pikesville. He was a 1969 graduate of Milford Mill High School, earned an associate's degree from Catonsville Community College in 1972, and graduated from the University of Maryland with a degree in industrial management in 1974. From 1969 until 1986, Mr. White worked for the General Services Administration.
BUSINESS
By Kim Clark and Kim Clark,Sun Staff Writer | September 2, 1995
Steven N. Posner has asked a Baltimore County Circuit Court to dissolve his father's Security Management Corp. -- one of the largest property owners in Maryland -- charging that Victor Posner is looting the company.In a suit filed in Towson on Aug. 18, long-loyal Steven Posner turned on his father and echoed charges that have long been made against both Posners.The 31-page document, filed on Steven Posner's behalf by Baltimore attorney Gerson B. Mehlman, asks the court to appoint a trustee to oversee and dissolve Security Management, which owns about 20,000 properties in Maryland.
NEWS
By Patrick Gilbert and Patrick Gilbert,Sun Staff Writer | August 16, 1995
In a rezoning battle that has lasted nearly two decades, developers are poised for their latest bid to win approval for Colvista, a 1,500-unit hillside housing community proposed near Loch Raven Reservoir.But even though the project has been substantially scaled back, it faces opposition from Baltimore County agencies and area residents.Beginning today, five days of hearings have been scheduled before the county Board of Appeals on Security Management Corp.'s request to rezone nearly all of a 215-acre tract near Sparks for townhouses and condominiums.
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