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Capital, The (Newspaper) - July 23, 1986, Annapolis, Maryland Kent Lockup replacing the old jail. see PAGE a Royal Millions watch Sarah. SEEPAQE2 HOuiEL._ MICROFILMS P 0 BOX 1558 LAUREL P1D 20707 Tomorrow's Wear 90 VOL Cl NO. 172 JULY 25 Cents New hotel planned on Ro GOOD PONT FORGET THE GRIM Pickers will present a free bluegrass con- cert at tonight outdoors at the Davidsonville Family Rec- reation Queen Anne Bridge and Wayson's roads. Bring a chair or blanket. AREA WHITEHALL residents op- pose moving a liquor store to Route SO. Page 33. CITY8CAPE LONG-TIME Annapolitans didn't foresee the boom for the city. Page 33. DR. QOTT VASOMOTOR rhinitlfr is a scientific-sounding phrase that means Page 32. ENTERTAINMENT THE GLEN Burnie Carnival openi Friday. Page 21. STATE THE PARENTS of Len Bias reportedly have asked to ap- pear before the grand Jury looking into his cocaine-in- duced. Page 4. NATION WORLD PRESIDENT REAGAN'S re- fusti to seek sanctions against South Africa is critlciied ID Congress. Page i. ELEVEN STATES which re- ceived more than million after disasters in the put five yeari would not have collected under proposed new federal ruler Page SPORTS A CATCH by Fred Lynn saves the 5-4 over the Royals. Page 21. PEOPLE At age Taaia AeM has spent more than a year on the high teas and hai reached the halfway point in her quest to become the youngest woman to circumnavigate the globe alone. She docked her 28-foot sloop Sunday in one of the New Hebrides Islands in the southwest Pacific her Ernest said. after talking to his daughter by said water from a leaky sea cock entered the sloop Vaniaa when it heeled over and had filled the boat twice before she found and repaired It. a graphic artist and gave his daughter the vessel as a high school graduation present and said the ocean would be her college. She set sajl from New York City on May 28 last sailing to St. Thom- as in the Virgin through the Panama Canal and to various islands including Tahiti and Samoa. LOTTERY drawn Three-digit- ill. Ptek4-4S71 INDEX 4 40 Calendar 5 Classified Adi M-40 Crusswoid .................XS Edttoriais.................14 tntartauaeiit attt Pood page 11-14 Kent Island s-7 OMtuariM ................11 Police Beat 11 Sports 21-17 Television ByEFFIECOTTMAN Staff Writer The man behind the renaissance of Annapolis' historic inns has been selected to build i modem hotel and conference center on Rowe Boule- vard. Paul bead of the new College Creek was named yesterday as the developer of an inn proposed by the Naval Acade- my Athletic Association on the banks of College Creek. Marriott Corp. was chosen to oper- ate the which would become the first lodging facility on Rowe Boule- vard. The proposed inn still faces obsta- including property city toning and the ap- tensions of some environmental- Pearson named as developer But by selecting a prominent de- veloper and NAAA offi- cials hope to clear some potential trying to be very selec- said 0. director of athletics for the NAAA. The association was impressed by Pearson's to the Annap. olia said. The a non-profit group that funds intercollegiate sports at the Naval proposed the inn to provide convenient lodging for acad- emy visitors and raise money for the association. The facility would be built on 7.4 acres overlooking College be- hind the state police barrack. The NAAA already owns part of the and is now trying to purchase two other parcels on the site that are owned by the academy and by the state. To address environmental and aes- thetic the inn would be built 100 feet from the creek and have underground Cop- pedge said. He refused to reveal other such as the number of archi- tectural designs and how traffic would reach But earlier this year he said the facility probably would have be- tween 175 and 225 rooms. A spokesman for Marriott Corp. said this morning that the facility would be one of the first in a group of all-suite hotels that the company is building around the country. sounds like a great proposal to said Annapolis Mayor Dennis Callahan. He said the academy and its ath- letic association historically have concern for the resi- dents of Annapolis and surrounding area. I know of no project they have ever done that hasn't been done with style and A spokesman for the Naval Acade- my said the facility would provide much-needed lodging and meeting space for the academy and its guests. Despite the new hotels built re- APPROXIMATE alto of the-hotel. tome academy visitors have to stay in Baltimore or on Page CoL A HAZY DAY AT THE BEACH Tht sun thlmmora on bay and atagullt relax it Study Point Park. Part officials today reported InorMStttf attsMtanon 00 law HiH HlOttiMMM IMM havtn from MltW HHlwIt POT HM WMtfWf aw peyt ft. Wardens OK yacht yard expansion By KEVIN DRAWBAUGH Staff Writer Bert Jabin's Yacht Yard on Back Creek will have 50 new boat slips ipifar plans unanimously approved last night by the Annapolis Port Wardens. No one testified against Jabin's project at a public hearing before the who regulate dock con- struction in city waterways. Environmentalists traditionally opposed to marina growth on the crowded creek praised marina own- er Bert Jabin for his agreed to do just about any- thing the com- mission asked him to that department planning and toning asked him to do .s should count as a big plui for the said Michael F. spokesman for the environ- mental commission. Jabin plans to build three new T- piers into the creek from the west- era edge of his which covert a 14-scre peninsula off Edge- wood Road. Two of the piers are planned to have ID sttpt each and one of the piers to have 10 slips. In an existing pier will be shortened to remove four or five old Jabin said. The marina now has 125 slips. Jabin also agreed to Improve the condition of the parting lot and plant and maintain a landscaped buffer between the lot and the new docks. Jabin's marina is one of the larg- est in Annapolis and employs over 110 workers. The owner's plant to expand have long been anticipated by observers of the Eastport maritime industry. In the City Council adopted the Annapolis Comprehen- sive which sets sside most of the east shore of Back Creek for commercial maritime development Including last night's the Port Wardens have approved con- struction of IIS new boat slips on Back Creek it three different iocs- tions since November Waterfront woes Homework pays before you buy BySHEftBYYAKK BtaffWrfter Deveiontttg a coveted piece of waterfront property CM be a ariswraaie task if you buy WKh an average of and at much at ft BJffioa at stake in waterfront potential payers should spend time studying the area where they might someday according to local estate Sara assistant manager at O'Con- Piper It Flyna in said as far n your waterfront you should have DO probtan vHfe the water directly in front of the property. To protect the view arooad however you Boat get to know the tvirovod ing property owners. win to the front of an aareatrietad view. for your side I'd atake friends with the Mrs. Paiarana said. 'Those people owa their property and yon ewi row property Mrs. Petcrsen reoMi mends becMntog atiliar with otvelonltonta OB sarrottnding Preserving a view not a solo task By SEEIBY YAEK Staff Writer If you don't own you cant control it. That naxte is easy enough to but tt'i a devil's Judgment whan ft apnties to your waterfront property. The view you thought you bought isn't necessarily the view you'll ilwayt have. A Urge borne the pre- dominant element visible through yov picture window or a new fence effectively destroys your water view. yon don't own the I don't know bow you can say you hive absolvte control over said Florence Beck coonty director of the Office of Plirming and Zoning. like looking icrou a lake at a mountain and Tt'i gotag In have trans always.' Bnt yon don't own Coontyjaw and cwnmanrty late waterfront btf gamrantat that year neighbors wfB SMhataht view. Francos Btoarvtew A Crank by the and two SM aBrMtf It ta piaeatf u flatf land wns a tat tt
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