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By Phyllis Flowers and Phyllis Lucas | January 14, 1991
We have pretty much settled into the new year. Now, if only we couldremember to put "1991" on all the checks we are writing to pay holiday bills.Although the holidays are behind us, Sunnyfield Estates has just announced the winners of its Christmas decorating contest: best overall, 777 Sunnyfield Lane; best lights, 803 Sunnyfield Lane; best door, 760 Sunnyfield Lane.All winners received a bottle of wine and a gift certificate. Sunnyfield Estates thanks the members of the Olde Brooklyn Park Improvement Association for volunteering to judge the contest.
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October 2, 1997
FireHampstead: Firefighters from Manchester assisted Hampstead at 11: 18 a.m. Tuesday, responding to a fire alarm in the 3800 block of Sunnyfield Court. Units were out 16 minutes.Pub Date: 10/02/97
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October 2, 1997
FireHampstead: Firefighters from Manchester assisted Hampstead at 11: 18 a.m. Tuesday, responding to a fire alarm in the 3800 block of Sunnyfield Court. Units were out 16 minutes.Pub Date: 10/02/97
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January 12, 1996
FireAlesia: Lineboro units responded to a call of wires on fire on Falls Road at 6:16 a.m. Saturday. Units were out 34 minutes.Alesia: Lineboro firefighters responded to a carbon monoxide detector in the 3100 block of Falls Road at 5:18 p.m. Jan. 5. Units were out an hour and 26 minutes.Fowblesburg: Units from Hampstead and Reese assisted Baltimore County at a fire near Route 30 and Emory Road at 6:53 p.m. Tuesday. Units were out 11 minutes.Hampstead: Units from Hampstead and Arcadia of Baltimore County responded to a fire alarm in the 3800 block of Sunnyfield Court at 6:06 p.m. Tuesday.
NEWS
December 30, 1994
POLICE* Oakland Mills: 9100 block of Red Branch Road: Clothing was stolen from Head Sportswear after someone broke a window with a large piece of asphalt to enter Monday, police said.5300 block of Sunnyfield Court: A furnace and an air conditioning unit were stolen from a house under construction after someone pried open a rear sliding door Tuesday, police said.
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November 22, 1995
Police logEllicott City: 3400 block of Jay Court: Someone tried to steal TC 1987 Acura Legend after prying open its door Friday or Saturday, police said.Ellicott City: 5300 block of Sunnyfield Court: Burglars broke into a house under construction and stole a whirlpool tub and a patio door Nov. 15 or 16, police said.Ellicott City: 10000 block of Autumn View Lane: A gray 1986 Acura Legend with Maryland tags AZL-436 was stolen Friday or Saturday, police said.
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By Consella A. Lee and Consella A. Lee,Sun Staff Writer | June 2, 1995
The state Department of the Environment has granted a 90-day operating permit to a pharmaceutical plant in Brooklyn Park that closed two years ago after a grand jury indicted its owner for environmental violations.Consolidated Pharmaceuticals Group Inc., the new owner of the plant in the 6100 block of Robinwood Road, could resume production of penicillin this year.Last week, the state agency issued a temporary operating permit and a permit to allow Consolidated to build air pollution controls.
NEWS
January 12, 1996
FireAlesia: Lineboro units responded to a call of wires on fire on Falls Road at 6:16 a.m. Saturday. Units were out 34 minutes.Alesia: Lineboro firefighters responded to a carbon monoxide detector in the 3100 block of Falls Road at 5:18 p.m. Jan. 5. Units were out an hour and 26 minutes.Fowblesburg: Units from Hampstead and Reese assisted Baltimore County at a fire near Route 30 and Emory Road at 6:53 p.m. Tuesday. Units were out 11 minutes.Hampstead: Units from Hampstead and Arcadia of Baltimore County responded to a fire alarm in the 3800 block of Sunnyfield Court at 6:06 p.m. Tuesday.
NEWS
May 12, 1994
Two knife-wielding intruders forced their way into an apartment in the 4900 block of Brookwood Road early yesterday, cut two of the residents and fled with an undisclosed amount of money, county police said.Charles Richard Plowman, 34, received a small cut to his arm and chest, police said. Cheri Lynn Ricci, 29, was cut on the neck. Barbara Ann Plowman, 36, Mr. Plowman's wife, was not harmed, police said. Neither Mr. Plowman nor Ms. Ricci, who shares the apartment with the couple, received medical treatment, police said.
NEWS
January 5, 1995
A Brooklyn Park man who called police Tuesday to report an attempted break-in was arrested on drug charges, county police said yesterday.Northern District Officer Michael Barclay, who responded to the call from an apartment in the 4600 block of Ritchie Highway, found three men and a woman standing on the porch, police said.The man who called police claimed that the people were trying to get in because he owed them $150 for drugs, police said. The man told the authorities that he was a cocaine addict with a $200- to $300-a-day habit.
NEWS
November 22, 1995
Police logEllicott City: 3400 block of Jay Court: Someone tried to steal TC 1987 Acura Legend after prying open its door Friday or Saturday, police said.Ellicott City: 5300 block of Sunnyfield Court: Burglars broke into a house under construction and stole a whirlpool tub and a patio door Nov. 15 or 16, police said.Ellicott City: 10000 block of Autumn View Lane: A gray 1986 Acura Legend with Maryland tags AZL-436 was stolen Friday or Saturday, police said.
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By Consella A. Lee and Consella A. Lee,Sun Staff Writer | June 2, 1995
The state Department of the Environment has granted a 90-day operating permit to a pharmaceutical plant in Brooklyn Park that closed two years ago after a grand jury indicted its owner for environmental violations.Consolidated Pharmaceuticals Group Inc., the new owner of the plant in the 6100 block of Robinwood Road, could resume production of penicillin this year.Last week, the state agency issued a temporary operating permit and a permit to allow Consolidated to build air pollution controls.
NEWS
January 5, 1995
A Brooklyn Park man who called police Tuesday to report an attempted break-in was arrested on drug charges, county police said yesterday.Northern District Officer Michael Barclay, who responded to the call from an apartment in the 4600 block of Ritchie Highway, found three men and a woman standing on the porch, police said.The man who called police claimed that the people were trying to get in because he owed them $150 for drugs, police said. The man told the authorities that he was a cocaine addict with a $200- to $300-a-day habit.
NEWS
December 30, 1994
POLICE* Oakland Mills: 9100 block of Red Branch Road: Clothing was stolen from Head Sportswear after someone broke a window with a large piece of asphalt to enter Monday, police said.5300 block of Sunnyfield Court: A furnace and an air conditioning unit were stolen from a house under construction after someone pried open a rear sliding door Tuesday, police said.
NEWS
May 12, 1994
Two knife-wielding intruders forced their way into an apartment in the 4900 block of Brookwood Road early yesterday, cut two of the residents and fled with an undisclosed amount of money, county police said.Charles Richard Plowman, 34, received a small cut to his arm and chest, police said. Cheri Lynn Ricci, 29, was cut on the neck. Barbara Ann Plowman, 36, Mr. Plowman's wife, was not harmed, police said. Neither Mr. Plowman nor Ms. Ricci, who shares the apartment with the couple, received medical treatment, police said.
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By PHYLLIS FLOWERS AND PHYLLIS LUCAS | March 1, 1993
Cub Scout Pack 182, sponsored by Brooklyn Park Elementary School, Sunnyfield Estates and the Lynnbrook community, will participate in the "Scouting for Food" campaign.The community service project collects nonperishable food donations for the Maryland Food Bank and other organizations.Residents are being asked to fill bags distributed in the community recently with nonperishable food and leave the donations on front porches for collection on Saturday.Drivers are asked to be on the alert for the Scouts as they work along neighborhood streets.
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By Lorraine Mirabella and Lorraine Mirabella,Staff Writer | December 3, 1992
By day's end Tuesday, masons had finished building red brick entrance signs at Sunnyfield Estates in Brooklyn Park, one at each end of the development's single, U-shaped street.All that remained to be done was the lettering.But by yesterday morning, vandals had torn parts of the new signs down, toppling cement pillars and ramming bricks out of alignment.Residents could only wonder why anyone would want to destroy the signs -- for which the community of 113 single-family homes paid $4,678.
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By John A. Morris and John A. Morris,Staff Writer | July 26, 1992
How can something that helps so many smell so bad? Joe Patton wonders every time he gets a whiff of the pharmaceutical factory behind his Brooklyn Park home.Kanasco Ltd., which manufactures synthetic penicillin, has been fined nearly $90,000 for environmental violations over the past decade. But the odor persists."It's a nasty smell, sort of like decaying grass that's been left in a bag out in the sun," Mr. Patton said. "Sometimes, it's so strong you can taste it. A really foul chemical smell just permeates your mouth."
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By John A. Morris and John A. Morris,Staff Writer | December 4, 1992
The state denied a Brooklyn Park pharmaceutical firm a permit to operate Wednesday, citing "a pattern of environmental problems and failures" over the past decade.Kanasco Ltd., which manufactures synthetic penicillin, asked the Maryland Department of the Environment in July to renew its operating permit.State officials rejected the application in a certified letter to Kanasco President John Copanos. The company's last operating permit was issued Oct. 1, 1991, and expired Sept. 30, 1992.The letter cites as the reason for denial 29 violations of environmental law, including the discharge of hazardous waste into public storm drains and improper storage of waste, dating to Dec. 1, 1982.
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By Lorraine Mirabella and Lorraine Mirabella,Staff Writer | December 3, 1992
By day's end Tuesday, masons had finished building red brick entrance signs at Sunnyfield Estates in Brooklyn Park, one at each end of the development's single, U-shaped street.All that remained to be done was the lettering.But by yesterday morning, vandals had torn parts of the new signs down, toppling cement pillars and ramming bricks out of alignment.Residents could only wonder why anyone would want to destroy the signs -- for which the community of 113 single-family homes paid $4,678.
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