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October 31, 1994
From a proposed Redskins football stadium in Laurel to a new light-rail station in Linthicum, the 32nd Legislative District has seen more than its share of controversy this past year. It's a shame that the candidates running for its seats in the House of Delegates are so mediocre or inexperienced. You know you're in trouble when one contender's resume lists his elementary school, and another mentions an Eagle Scout honor won in 1957.The two incumbents, Democrats Victor A. Sulin and Mary Ann Love, have been adequate but not outstanding.
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May 13, 2007
Program wins recognition The Discovery Program at Annapolis Area Christian School, a program for students needing learning accommodations, has been formally recognized as a "Program of Excellence" by the National Institute for Learning Development in Norfolk, Va. Students in grades one-12 are identified for referral to the program after testing administered by a licensed psychologist and supplemental educational evaluation by AACS. Discovery students receive two 80-minute sessions of intensive one-on-one educational therapy per week with an NILD-trained therapist.
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By JoAnna Daemmrich and JoAnna Daemmrich,Staff writer | December 26, 1990
Glen Burnie's urban renewal mentor is poised to jump from his backyard ring into a statewide arena.After five years of guiding efforts to bring more commercial life to downtown Glen Burnie, Victor A. Sulin soon will be focusing on the future of development in Maryland.The freshman delegate from District 32 expects a sweeping plan aimed at slowing suburban sprawl to top the agenda when the General Assembly reconvenes Jan. 9. He called the proposed 2020 bill, designed to channel growth for the next 30 years, "obviously a critical issue, especially in North County, where we're seeing the last pockets of land be developed."
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | January 15, 2004
Coming off what he called a "weird" match against Harford Tech, where his opponent poked him in the eye and was disqualified for stalling, Fallston's Greg Sulin was determined to win more conventionally last night against visiting Harford County rival Bel Air. The determined junior did just that, scoring all of his points in the first period of his upset decision over Paul Madden (and sparking a decisive four-bout sweep in a come-from-behind 42-27 dual-meet...
NEWS
October 15, 1998
LAST ELECTION, C. Edward Middlebrooks, then an Anne Arundel County councilman, challenged and defeated Sen. Michael J. Wagner in the 32nd Legislative District. Four years later, Mr. Middlebrooks finds himself in the same position -- as an incumbent senator fending off a challenge from a county councilman, James E. DeGrange Sr.Mr. Middlebrooks, a Democrat turned Republican, reflects the sentiments of the conservative-leaning district. Residents want lower taxes, less-crowded schools and stronger laws against criminals of all ages.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | January 15, 2004
Coming off what he called a "weird" match against Harford Tech, where his opponent poked him in the eye and was disqualified for stalling, Fallston's Greg Sulin was determined to win more conventionally last night against visiting Harford County rival Bel Air. The determined junior did just that, scoring all of his points in the first period of his upset decision over Paul Madden (and sparking a decisive four-bout sweep in a come-from-behind 42-27 dual-meet...
NEWS
January 19, 2000
Del. Theodore J. Sophocleus, a District 32 Democrat, will swear in new officers at the monthly meeting of the District 32 Democratic Club tomorrow night at Ferndale Senior Center, 7205 Baltimore-Annapolis Blvd. Dinner will be served at 7 p.m., and the meeting will begin at 8 p.m. The officers for 2000 are: Leonard Beidle, president; Evelyn Kellner, vice president; Kathy Sauble, secretary; Wayne Houseright, treasurer; and Jim Thomas, sergeant at arms. Members of the board of directors are: John Riggin, immediate past president, and Tyras Athey, Earl Barnes, Joseph Corcoran, Thomas Dixon, Walter Dow, Alice Sulin and Victor Sulin.
NEWS
By John A. Morris and John A. Morris,Staff Writer | January 12, 1994
North County lawmakers may finally wrest control of Anne Arundel's 13-member contingent to the House of Delegates when the General Assembly convenes today.Victor A. Sulin, a Democrat representing Severn and Glen Burnie, said yesterday that he has five of the six votes needed to win the job. The last two delegation chairs have been from Annapolis.The chairmanship is important because it controls what county issues the delegation takes up and when they will be voted on. The chairman also has more access to House leaders than other delegates.
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By TaNoah Morgan and TaNoah Morgan,SUN STAFF | September 5, 1999
Thanks to an unexpected donation of 60 acres last fall, the Annapolis Area Christian School is planning to expand to Severn over the next few decades.Plans the school has submitted to the county detail an expansive campus including ball fields, a gym, media center, nearly 30 classrooms and a performing arts center. The five-phase building project could stretch over decades, but the school has agreed to construct the first three phases -- the fields, parking, and its high school -- within 20 years.
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By Angela Gambill Don't read this if you're alone | August 5, 1992
Official finds missing car 'in the family'Rumors spun in Glen Burnie when a public official's car was stolen this week.Maybe it was the turquoise, the gleaming finish on state delegate Vic Sulin's antique car, that inexorably drew some thief, like a red flag draws a bull, folks speculated. Maybe it was the dark revenge of a disgruntled citizen out to make a point.Or perhaps whoever stole the 1963 Ford Falcon Monday afternoon from the Glen Burnie Democratic delegate's driveway was simply indulging a crazed sense of humor.
NEWS
January 19, 2000
Del. Theodore J. Sophocleus, a District 32 Democrat, will swear in new officers at the monthly meeting of the District 32 Democratic Club tomorrow night at Ferndale Senior Center, 7205 Baltimore-Annapolis Blvd. Dinner will be served at 7 p.m., and the meeting will begin at 8 p.m. The officers for 2000 are: Leonard Beidle, president; Evelyn Kellner, vice president; Kathy Sauble, secretary; Wayne Houseright, treasurer; and Jim Thomas, sergeant at arms. Members of the board of directors are: John Riggin, immediate past president, and Tyras Athey, Earl Barnes, Joseph Corcoran, Thomas Dixon, Walter Dow, Alice Sulin and Victor Sulin.
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By TaNoah Morgan and TaNoah Morgan,SUN STAFF | September 5, 1999
Thanks to an unexpected donation of 60 acres last fall, the Annapolis Area Christian School is planning to expand to Severn over the next few decades.Plans the school has submitted to the county detail an expansive campus including ball fields, a gym, media center, nearly 30 classrooms and a performing arts center. The five-phase building project could stretch over decades, but the school has agreed to construct the first three phases -- the fields, parking, and its high school -- within 20 years.
NEWS
October 15, 1998
LAST ELECTION, C. Edward Middlebrooks, then an Anne Arundel County councilman, challenged and defeated Sen. Michael J. Wagner in the 32nd Legislative District. Four years later, Mr. Middlebrooks finds himself in the same position -- as an incumbent senator fending off a challenge from a county councilman, James E. DeGrange Sr.Mr. Middlebrooks, a Democrat turned Republican, reflects the sentiments of the conservative-leaning district. Residents want lower taxes, less-crowded schools and stronger laws against criminals of all ages.
NEWS
August 13, 1998
LEGISLATIVE District 32 in Anne Arundel County is hardly a hotbed of intrigue next month.Republican voters have no contested races in the primary for the state legislature. Sen. Edward Middlebrooks is unopposed. And for three seats in the House of Delegates, incumbents Michael W. Burns and James E. Rzepkowski will represent the GOP with Betty Ann O'Neill, a former staffer on the Congressional Ways and Means Committee.Democrats, too, have no contested Senate race. County Councilman James E. DeGrange Sr. is running alone for the nomination.
NEWS
January 14, 1997
A Brooklyn Park woman was arrested Sunday on drug charges, and officers seized her car after she was stopped for displaying improper license tags, county police said.Virginia L. Quillen, 31, of the 200 block of W. Edgevale Road was charged with drug possession and possession with intent to distribute crack cocaine, failure to display a driver's license, driving with a suspended license and driving while displaying improper tags.Police stopped a 1986 Jaguar in the first block of 16th Ave. in Brooklyn Park about 8: 30 a.m. because the car had a license tags for a truck.
NEWS
October 31, 1994
From a proposed Redskins football stadium in Laurel to a new light-rail station in Linthicum, the 32nd Legislative District has seen more than its share of controversy this past year. It's a shame that the candidates running for its seats in the House of Delegates are so mediocre or inexperienced. You know you're in trouble when one contender's resume lists his elementary school, and another mentions an Eagle Scout honor won in 1957.The two incumbents, Democrats Victor A. Sulin and Mary Ann Love, have been adequate but not outstanding.
NEWS
By Andrea F. Siegel and Andrea F. Siegel,Staff Writer | September 10, 1992
Residents will have a chance to tell county officials what they think ought to go on the "Superblock" -- 5.6 acres of prime undeveloped land in Glen Burnie -- when the county holds a forum Sept. 28 on what to do with that land.When the county set aside the block adjacent to the Arundel Center North for commercial development 12 years ago, it didn't have just an outdoor plant shop in mind. But no permanent private commercial development has sprouted there. Instead, ambitious urban renewal plans have wilted.
NEWS
August 18, 1994
District 32 is the weakest area of Anne Arundel County when it comes to active community groups and leaders -- a fact that manifests itself at election time. Opportunities certainly were open for bright new challengers this election. Two of the district's most popular representatives, Patrick C. Scannello and Tyras S. "Bunk" Athey, are gone. Theodore J. Sophocleus, appointed to replace Mr. Athey, is running for county executive. The incumbents, Democrats Victor A. Sulin and Mary Ann Love, are capable but not stellar.
NEWS
August 18, 1994
District 32 is the weakest area of Anne Arundel County when it comes to active community groups and leaders -- a fact that manifests itself at election time. Opportunities certainly were open for bright new challengers this election. Two of the district's most popular representatives, Patrick C. Scannello and Tyras S. "Bunk" Athey, are gone. Theodore J. Sophocleus, appointed to replace Mr. Athey, is running for county executive. The incumbents, Democrats Victor A. Sulin and Mary Ann Love, are capable but not stellar.
NEWS
June 26, 1994
An item in Sunday's Anne Arundel edition of The Sun listed the wrong ticket price for a fund-raiser to be held by the Friends of A. Shirley Murphy Committee. Tickets are $15. The Sun regrets the error.Victor A. Sulin, a Severn Democrat, has announced that he will run for re-election for his 32nd District seat in the House of Delegates.During the recent legislative session, Mr. Sulin served as chairman of the Anne Arundel County house delegation and on the Environmental Matters Committee. He heads the county's Department of Inspections and Permits.
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