September 12, 1993
The Bel Air Board of Commissioners unanimously passed the revised Route 24 Overlay District plan last Monday evening.The plan is a set of guidelines that commercial developers must follow when building between MacPhail Road and the northern boundary of the town just beyond Harford Mall. Revisions were made in several areas, including setback requirements -- the distance a building must be from the road -- parking restrictions and sign sizes.Existing buildings in the district are not affected by the plan.
July 8, 1993
Yacht Basin Inc. has opened a sewage pump-out station, the first of its kind on Spa Creek, for boat holding tanks, a state official announced yesterday.The company built the facility with financial aid from the Maryland Department of Natural Resources, said DNR Secretary Torrey C. Brown.The DNR has helped 66 marinas install pump-out equipment in an effort to prevent the illegal dumping of sewage into state waters.Port Annapolis and Annapolis Landing marinas on Back Creek also offer pump-out stations.
April 22, 1992
ANNAPOLIS -- For many years, the Annapolis in-the-water boat shows have been a staple attraction each fall. Last year, in an attempt to bolster a sagging boating industry, area dealers ZTC and brokers added spring shows of new and used boats specifically directed toward local and regional customers.This spring, the powerboat and sailboat shows have been combined into the Annapolis Spring Boat Show, which opens tomorrow at the Annapolis Yacht Basin and Harbor."We are tickled about the show we have put together," said Jeffrey Holland, an organizer for the show, which is sponsored by the Marine Trades Association of Maryland and the Yacht Architects and Brokers Association.
October 27, 1991
Aberdeen has scheduled a series of public hearings to help shape thetown's long-range comprehensive plan.The process will set community goals and town needs concerning land-use controls, development requirements, environmental protection, road improvements and public services.Strategic planning will devote special emphasis to annexation studies, land-use planning and utility needs.The Board of Commissioners and the Town Planning Commission will conduct separate meetings to hear the concerns from neighborhoods and the business community anda final general session on Aberdeen's future.
February 21, 1991
Services for Roger T. Warren Sr., a retired repair foreman for the Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co. and an officer of a family owned marina in Arnold, will be held at 1 p.m. today at the Barranco and Sons Funeral Home, Ritchie Highway and Robinson Road, Severna Park.Mr. Warren, who was 89, died Tuesday in his sleep at his home at the Ferry Point Yacht Basin on Mill Creek Road.He had been vice president and general manager of the yacht basin since retiring nearly 25 years ago from C&P, where he worked for more than 40 years.
January 27, 1991
The Marine Traders Association of Maryland has elected the followingofficers and directors for 1991:President, Bob Slaff, Inshore Maritime Group; vice president, John Burgreen, Annapolis Yacht Sales; secretary, Sandy Zimmerman, Turkey Point Marina; and treasurer, Tom Best, Best Associates.Executive Committee:John Burgreen, chairman; Matt Gambrill, Calvert Marina; Mitch Nathanson, The Costal Group; Louis Phipps, Yacht Basin Company; Fred Quimby, Fred Quimby Marine Services; Tom Trainer, McDaniel Yacht Basin.