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   Capital, The (Newspaper) - September 9, 1986, Annapolis, Maryland                               Repair snafu put 350 meters out of order By jirr DAVH Itaff Writer A Baltimore firm hired Uit to maintain tod collect money from UM eitjr'i TOO ptrklni raeten never nidi any according to po- lice otfleUli. Ai mort than half of the metera were not working whoa tbt flra'i contract ended la offl- dalieaJd. Police Chltf John Schmitt Mid two rotlrod police bivi ilaoo BOOB hirod to Uko ovor tho are ill ropalrtd eatd late laet The coatreot with BIN Interprte- of alao known ai Howard morod Car tad Courier eaplMd OB July ctty offiilali laid. During tho OBO-ftar poriod with Howard Anoorod tho city paid the firm In addition to motor maintenance and tho firm oollootod bvf farti and mido bank dopottti for other city aooordiai to otty finance Director William Howard Armored Car collected i total of mm in motor money tor tho according to OflWalo from Howard Armorod Car could not bo roaobod for com- moatt Capt. John wbo In May took ovor tbo polloo dlvieta which includti parkiai laid ho wai Immediately with parking ticket Howard Armorod Car apparoatty never ordered BOW Wright that makei it a little- difficult to rtpalr bo MeterTbroke down and were nev- or ho Aiked how maay motora woro out of order whon tho contract Wrliht I had to give you a ballpark figure I'd ny moro than People complalnad that motori oxplrod too jammod whoa cowi wore iBtertod or would not roditor tbo proper Wrliht laid bo ipoat moot of nil time hearing aad queiti for 'ridm1antrattvo adjuit- oa Pago CoL HOWELL MICROFILMS BOX 1558 LAUREL MD 2O707 Tomorrow'e Warmer For page 7. VOL. Cl NO. 212 SEPTEMBER 25 GOOD DONT FORGET THE ANNAPOLIS Opera presents arias from fa- ir operas at their Classi- cal Showcase starting at p.m. tomorrow at the Rustic Inn on West Street. Reserve by calling 263-2626. AREA THE CITY COUNCIL limits investment in South Africa. Page 29. TALK OF THE TOWN THE WEST Street is going to the dogi. Ptge 119. BUSINESS LOCAL lavinga and loant are ENTERTAINMENT EVOCATIVE la tbo word that oomof mind altar nai REVUW return STATE VOT1RI la Doreheiter Couaty'i Diitriot a hivi a chance todix toiako tho taMil ttep getting tho tost bliek ovor alootod to fee COUB- ty NATION PRSWDENT REAOAN lUffl- moai att Cabinet aad eoBgrei. lional leaden to the White gomo today to diieutUhe iovicta' jalUfli of a SPORTS A TAIK force roeommoadi the Ufllvinlty of If aryiaad aet higher admiiiioai itandardi PEOPLE BIU oommoatator for Evening hai criticlied CM Newi for yield. Ing to OBoroaebmoat of oatortaiamoat oa tbo newi only woro tboao valuti invited they woro Moyeri explaining why he wai leaving CBS Nowa aftor nil contract oxplroa la botWND entertain. ment and nowi wai iteidtly ttoyora ooator of gravity abiftod from tbo itandarda aad traction of tho newi bttiiaon to ihow builnoii. la meeting after 'Entertainment To- waa touted aa tbo modol For look at other pooplo la the wwi paft A drawa Thm-digK pick 4 cotumns...........21 Oreetword lattrtainoietrt .Oafttoarfei ..................7 it .................T Jail overcrowding taxes facilities lyCBWITINlNiUBIBOKR Half Writer The tomato populatloa at the oouatr Doteatloa Ceater wared along with thli ittmiserr Ifaue the number of In- matei hai ottea exoeeded the Aad OB leveral the jail populatloa hia jumped n much BI 40 tflfflatei above capaci- according to county reoofdi. Thefoiki have lacreaied coita for food and medical lervioei it the JeasMer Road which alio bad to buy extra bedi and juggle aome prttoaeri from Ouirdi have eompUifled of larger worktoadi and Increaied although offldali empha- ilie there aiti booa no tigturb. reached 865 and la July it laeei. X roie to IB iverage of OfflcialJ attrlbtto the The number of umatei often to i powtble cofflbinitiwi of 111 bai outitripped eipe- kcludlag IB la dally OB when the pop- local populatiofir the aglag of the irttiioa hai wared up to laaerattoa and OffioiaU eitlraate that typically more arreiu for up to 10 report OB The uaexpected lurge comei n rridayi and lerve until county ofBaiab men ooaitruc- Aa number of other la- mitei are releiMd at bin review buriUng it the leami OB I wak it'i OIUM for laid William dent of the Fraternal Order of Dateatioa Center tioB aad ether aeedi at the JaU over thoBext five During the put decade toe jaU populatioo hai grown ilthouih tha aumber of iareitei oftea Itace lait the jaU populatioB hii eoatiaued to The Bumber of prtaoaari oa IB average day la December wai By June the population Ideally a jaU ihould operate at aa to M percent laid Nlchelai chairman of tee county Jill Adviiory Wellham is police chief mEmm County executive picks 38-year career officer By LORRAINE AHEARN Staff Writer County Executive 0. James Lighthiier yesterday named Deputy Chief George W. Wellham to head the 472-offlcer Anno Arundel County Police Department. a 38-year veteran of the police will raocood Po- lice Chief William Llndiey whoa ho on Nov. l. In chooalng betwnn and Deputy Chief Robert Ughthlier reportedly did not Inform Wallham of bii promotloa uatil Sun. day whon tbo two aialitant chlati woro attending a poUoo oon- in Ocean wai i diffloult diciilon bo. cauie the quality of upper-livel maaaiomiat la dopartmeat4i A third conteador for tho Deputy Chief Joioph took hli name out of ao ruantag attar Lifldiey announced hli wbo became tat ywng. eit poUce captain In tho itata it tho ago of U currently In charge of the Fiafc.and.ftle Bo bai lorvod b every dlvliloa of the department aad Uit dlrtctod the Criralaal laveitiiitloBi Divlilofl BOW hoadod by Ai tho sold operiUoBi commander for tea pait levenl WoUbam developed tho pro- IB iflteailve ipproich to re- ieiflg contlBuiag crime problomi ifl Offlceri IB the wbo did sot learn of the appointment until after Ltgbthiior'i inaounee- had mixed Somo offleeri thought who boidi i eoUego degree IB erlmlnolc- gy and hai written irtlclei for law OBforeomoBt wn moro Juilifiod to lead a modern polieo Othori laid with hii long career including 10 yoan ai a ty wai tbo moit wUd plened I think he'll do very woU 11 aiid WWiim in laitora Dlitrict ihlft Ho called the two can. didatei very capable i think tt'i a food choice WeUhinj hii a good poUcr laid Officer Robert i crime prevention got the ability to flow with the tide of aew and be woulda't be afraid to make ebiBfai that need to bo Moore Some privately enrolled feiri that WeUhinr lacked the edu- eatioB aad the ability to be iBdepead. eat from the eouaty But at yetterday'i pren coaler- leemed to that there were ao hard fi between Wetthim and toy nid RuieeU had taken them out to dinner to celebrate whoa the appointment wai obierveri la the department iiitf lupport for either of the leaior to be chief teemed to line up according to guyi la CID were putting for Ruiiell beciuie they're In lad the guyi IB Field wiated to lee oae officer Wellham headed CID duriag the luccenful oloiing of leveral maior murder taolttdiag i homicide ea Page Cat 3 builders face charges for pollution By LORRAINE AHJARN Staff Writer IB what called the oiag of a major the county yeiterday filed crimiaal igaiait throe firmi aooueed of sediment violatioai. U.S. Hotnoi and two of ita contrac- ton at a Heritage Harbour sioa face ttaeaoTup to aad poealble impriaoamoat of two iadi- vttfaala ottr aQefatioaa Cleared I acroe wttboot a Did not follow Mdimeat control Ignored county iaipootori' or- don to atop Thomae dirootor of the Department of laepoottoai aad Per' aald tha action by a ipoelal proaocutor U the fint of leveral aodimeat poUttUoa oaaoa In waleb they are aeairing tho maxtaum pea- alty uador the eomty oodo. wai a eaoe of fla- graat vWatloa of a ttopwork Oaboraeaaid. the are looking for but we're trying to go back aad lay that'a not the aeoond- largeet U aoouoad of four counta of Mdtmeat ooatrol vloUUooi In the itrippiag and excavation of part of Heritage Tbo project manager for the U.S. Homoe Heritage Harbour aite could not be reached for comment thii morning. AaaUtant Attorney Eaaom V. Rkki Jr. wai aulgoed lait year to work for the Department of In- ind ai a apodal Rieki that the continued frjom June I through July M deipite repeated itopwork The maximum penalty for each day ii a lix monthi or both. Alao aerved In the action wai 0 A K Landacaping Inc. of Riva aad ita owner Philip Francii Oarofolo along with Richard Wayne Beatty of B 4 C Lend Clearing Co. in The county took civil action againit Beatty tait year for hli aueged failure to provide eedlment at a land-clearing operation near hli office. Diiaatiifled with the MOO ttae Beatty the county bai en that caae to the Maryland Court of Special Appeale. wbo would have to pay I100.WO or more if be torn that caae acbeduled to be heard thli aaid ea Page CoL City's 1st paid fire chief to retire By BOB MITCHELL Sttff Writer CbtrlM H. Amupolif' firtt paid chief tod i member of UM fire department tioce thit nMrniag that be plant to retire next yew. bM been chief since iiiaatu iatMtko to dowa fa li of 1M7 ia Bktl CaUaban taid Steek'i amaal aalary ranking kin teeood among city ptoym The announcement comet it the ctty and county rtudy merfing ibetr fire departraeota toto a ciofte unit Bat Steeie Mid hat been pU0 atag to take of the cKy'f Bel plaar dUcatted be and have nothing to do with the merger been newi five Steeie laid of hii intention to depart. have my career He hat declined lo offer his opin- ion to the mayor about the propoWd citing hU 37 years of in- rotvcneet with the city fire depart- tteat be wanted to be aot No dMWoa feat booa nrttte re- el etty the two departmenti Calla- ban said goes without saying if consoli- dation doesn't a new chief will be the mayor said. If a successor to Steeie is that portoa wfll likely coma withia the CaUabao said. believe in promotiaj tran wttb- be explained Steeie views ittaroveaMti la fire prottcUoa thai retailed ia lower   

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