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   Capital, The (Newspaper) - July 18, 1995, Annapolis, Maryland                               Late payers slapped with AS LONGBAIJL Palmeiro's 13th-inning homer lifts 3-2 B2 Slugger sought by Immigrants nabbed in 1558 PID- TUESDAY SUNNY JULY MD 35C Alleged hurler of rocks indicted Lothian teen-ager linked to 11 cars By BRIAN WHEELER StaffWnter Jason W. a Lothian teen-ager accused of throwing softball sized rocks at passing vehicles arid killing one faces up to 118 years in prisorf if convicted of the 36 charges prosecutors brought against him yes- terday. In the most sleeping account old's alleged fatal a county grand jury linked Mr. Wyvill to 11 cars that were damaged on south county roads after being hit by rocks WYVILL thrown from an- other moving vehicle three months ago. .victims .was.. Kevin M. Gallagher of whose Dodge truck careened off East Bay Front Road in Tracys Landing on April 3 after a rock smashed through his truck's The 38-year-old father of three died in a wooded area after his truck overturned. Mr. of 207 Lyons Creek Mobile was charged with second-degree murder and 10 counts of assault. Mr. who turns 17 next still could be tried as a but State's Attorney Frank R. Weath- ersbee said he would push to keep the former Southern High School student in the adult criminal system. He said he would ask for a long prison term if Mr. Wyvill is convicted. is the kind of reckless action which amounts to having a depraved the county's top prosecutor said. is just a complete lack of concern for what you're The which began in March and lasted more than'a kept many south county drivers on Page FLIGHT BEFORE SPLASHDOWN By George N. Lundskow The Capital Michelle Pike of Woodland Beach launches her 3-year-old for a short flight as they cooled off at the community beach on Glebe Creek yesterday. Thunderstorms missed much of the county last night but wlH get another shot this evening. For see Page Bl. By f ODD SPANGLER Staff Writer .The House Appropriations Committee 'this morning rejected a proposal .to shut down the Goddard Space Flight in saving nearly jobs. Some positions at the facility are filled by Anne Arundel County residents who could have their jobs sent to Califdrniajf the proposal had beenjratifled. _____ oFTIfe'congressional subcommittee approved the closure of Goddard last week offered ah amendment this morning'restoring funding for research according to a spokesman in the office of Wayne T. The successful move to save the NASA center was predicted by Maryland who lobbied feverishly to block the closure. think we have enough support in there to get this thing pulled Mr. Gilchrest said this morning before the But as representatives lobbied on the fate of Maryland officials were less hopeful thatthe state can avoid1- deep cuts in federal aid that could devastate the local economy. unprecedented cutbacks.in federal employment which are now expected represent an enormous adjustment for the state University of Maryland economist Mahlon Straszheim wrote in a recent report. Rep. Jerry who chairs the appropriations had proposed closing'the Greenbelt facility and transplanting its jobs to his state. Today he brought to the full committee an amendment restoring the funding. been talking to the Republicans on the said Mr. whose district includes Annapolis and a third of Anne Arundel County. lot of didn't this thing went through so fast. The compromise amendment was reportedly negotiated late last night. goal was to get the attention of a lot of people who didn't seem to realize this is just the beginning of a budget process that is going to involve some serious issues and some very Me. Lewis said after.a two-hour meeting on NASA budget cuts in the office of House Speaker Newt Gingrich. The drive for a balanced budget and the change in American politics represented by the Republican takeover Page Gary bill targets waterfront building ByBARTJANSEN Staff Writer Waterfront construction would be easier but protection for fragile envir- onmental areas would be under a bill unveiled this morning by County Executive John G. Gary Jr. will allow people to do things within the buffer a lot easier than in the Mr. Gary said. think it's a real win-win for the he said. me DTII woulrl target ine CTTnCaT- areas where development is tightly regulated within 100 feet of the Chesapeake Bay and its tributaries Construction is allowed within the buffer zone under certain restric tions. But Mr Gary's bill would elimi- nate the requirement for a zoning which requires a public hear- if a property owner wanted to build on any side of a building no closer to the water than the building itself. slashes through the bureaucratic red said Lisa a county spokesman. The property owner would still have to meet regulations such as avoiding steep slopes and replanting frees and shrubs to cover three times the space occupied by impervious surfaces such as pavement or structures In exchange for relaxing the regula tions. the county has mapped 431 miles Page INSIDE Community blame government WSf-flSTSfBo' KS SEVERMA After eight flatbed house finally moves Arundel Report Business Calendar Classified Notes Comics Oossiwd Deatti Notices Bl A5-7 A10 87 AID B6 Afl BJ2 A50 Editorials Lottery Movies Obituaries Police Beat Sevema Park Sports....... Tetevtswn Tides............. Portions of The Capital are printed each day Oft Tfaso recyclaWe. Classified....................268-7000 Circulation..................268-4800 From Kent 327-1583 M All A13 A13 AS 82-5 All A13 A new look for Parole Plaza Overhaul of old shopping center on the horizon By DAVE GULLIVER Business Writer If the owners' plan stays on in six months bulldozers and backhoes will roll where shopping carts once did in Parole Plaza. 9fturTrjwn ctmwl its st leaving the entire east side of the aging shopping center vacant. Magruder's grocery store closed last week and Kmart moved to a new south county store in late May. Woodward Lothrop and 10 other businesses 'remain open. The closings are part of the plan for overhauling the million shopping which opened in 1962. Parole Plaza Limited Partnership. the group that the allowed Kmart to leave when the fxmpany sought to expand its store According to plans filed with Anne Arundel the owners plan to demolish and rebuild the entire except for the Woodies store Woodies is expected to stay on as a Macy's if a proposed sale to the Federated department stores chain is approved in bankruptcy court 8y U. Oxtail The CapKM of the Parole Plaza stopping cantor. The cIMMgt ara part of the planned overhauling of the chopping center mlatod to begin early next year. have to vacate said New Jersey developer Carl Preedman. whose family is a part-owner of the plaza. have been planning for this inevitability for He plans to start demolition in January and construction next although the project once was slated to be under way this summer County who had no comment on the have estimated it as a 165 million project. Some of both the small and large tenants will be staying on. Sears is expected to stay at the moving to a new. larger store on the Route 2 side PAROLE. Page Al Schematic of project A14   

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