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By Sheridan Lyons and Sheridan Lyons,SUN STAFF | July 21, 2004
Residents of a trailer park south of Mount Airy - upset that their community is being eyed for a possible employment campus zone - filled the meeting room of the Carroll County Planning and Zoning Commission yesterday to voice their opposition. It was not supposed to be a public hearing, merely a work session for county planning staff to outline proposals for a new Mount Airy and Environs Community Comprehensive Plan. But planning commission Chairman Edward M. Beard allowed the residents to speak and began the meeting early, as the room began to fill early with nearly 100 Carroll County residents.
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By Peter Hermann and Peter Hermann,Staff writer | April 1, 1992
Jessup Improvement Association members say if you've seen one trailer park, you haven't necessarily seen them all.One community, located off Clark Road, east of the Baltimore-Washington Parkway and north of Route 175, is a model example of what a trailer park should be. The improvement association says a planned expansion is just fine.The community, Holiday Mobile Estates, is nearing county approvalto add 91 trailers to the 400 already parked on its 95 acres.Butthe association says another trailer park, located near Sellner Road, west of the Parkway and south of Route 175, is a prime example of run-down housing with leaking sewer pipes and shouldn't be allowed to expand.
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By Bill Talbott and Bill Talbott,Staff Writer | August 12, 1993
Distraught and weeping, Darlene Rodriguez cradled the body of her pet cat as her Finksburg home was ravaged by fire.Ms. Rodriguez, who has lived in the Todd Village trailer park off Route 140 more than five years, returned from work yesterday afternoon and found firefighters battling the flames engulfing her mobile home.She screamed for the cat, according to firefighters.One of the volunteer firefighters was able to get inside and reach the animal, but found it dead.The 14-year-old cat, a canary and the house trailer were lost.
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By Sheridan Lyons and Sheridan Lyons,SUN STAFF | July 21, 2004
Residents of a trailer park south of Mount Airy - upset that their community is being eyed for a possible employment campus zone - filled the meeting room of the Carroll County Planning and Zoning Commission yesterday to voice their opposition. It was not supposed to be a public hearing, merely a work session for county planning staff to outline proposals for a new Mount Airy and Environs Community Comprehensive Plan. But planning commission Chairman Edward M. Beard allowed the residents to speak and began the meeting early, as the room began to fill early with nearly 100 Carroll County residents.
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By Chris Guy and Richard Irwin and Chris Guy and Richard Irwin,SUN STAFF | February 14, 2001
CENTREVILLE - A Queen Anne's County sheriff's deputy and a Centreville police officer were shot and killed last night while investigating what the sheriff's department described as a routine noise complaint in a trailer park. A suspect was taken into custody and was being questioned early this morning. The suspect had not yet been charged, according to Maryland State Police. The two officers had been accompanied by a state trooper, who was not injured and who was able to make the arrest.
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By Chris Guy and Chris Guy,SUN STAFF | May 22, 2002
SALISBURY -- Psychiatric experts and other witnesses presented radically different portraits yesterday of Francis Mario Zito, an Eastern Shore man accused of killing two lawmen last year in a Queen Anne's County trailer park. Defense attorneys rested their case with testimony from a retired psychiatric nurse who befriended Zito nearly 20 years ago in his native Pennsylvania and yesterday described him as incoherent. A neurologist hired by Zito's public defenders told jurors in the Wicomico County courtroom, where the case was moved because of pretrial publicity, that he believes Zito's lifelong history of severe mental illness has been worsened by brain damage that is either genetic or was suffered before he was born.
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By James Bock and James Bock,SUN STAFF | August 31, 1996
MARYDEL -- Eufemia Fuentes scooped up a handful of cornmeal mix, deftly rolled it into a ball, gently pressed it with three knuckles of her right hand, slipped it between wax paper in a steel press and flattened it. Another tortilla was ready for the griddle.The Walker trailer park off Route 311, where Fuentes and scores of other Guatemalan immigrants live in this Caroline County town near the Delaware border, has acquired a distinctive flavor. Tejano music blares from car stereos, children peer from the windows of rundown trailers, and immigrants trudge home from jobs in poultry-processing plants.
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By Erik Nelson and Erik Nelson,Staff Writer | January 11, 1993
Among the 350 pages of rewritten zoning regulations County Council members must mull before approving a comprehensive rezoning plan for eastern Howard County are five paragraphs of regulations that some county residents fear will bring vagrants to their neighborhood.The last time this problem arose, Elkridge resident Donald Grabowski remembered, his windshield was smashed, his gas grill was stolen, and his tires were slashed.He doesn't know who did it, but after county authorities had vacant trailers removed from the neighboring mobile home park about two years ago, the incidents stopped.
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By Shanon D. Murray and Shanon D. Murray,SUN STAFF | September 13, 1996
Rebecca Hulit's menagerie mostly charmed children in her Howard County trailer park community -- until Kiss-Kiss, a diaper-wearing duck, joined the crew.Adopted six months ago when it was only a duckling, Kiss-Kiss prefers to stay indoors with Hulit. It sleeps and showers with her. It even throws little tantrums if not properly tucked in at night.During waking hours, Kiss-Kiss -- its bottom wrapped in diapers made of plastic, batting and cotton rags -- prances around the trailer in one of eight outfits that Hulit has made, including two velour ones for dressing up and six not-so-dressy housecoats.
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By Chris Guy and Chris Guy,SUN STAFF | May 14, 2002
SALISBURY - Taking the witness stand here yesterday, a Maryland state trooper described the chaotic scene at an Eastern Shore trailer park where two local lawmen were gunned down in a barrage of shotgun blasts more than a year ago. In the first day of testimony in the trial of Francis Mario Zito, a 43-year-old Centreville man who is facing a possible death sentence, Trooper Richard Corey Skidmore recounted the confrontation on Feb. 13 last year that...
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