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Capital, The (Newspaper) - December 4, 1995, Annapolis, Maryland First NATO troops arrive in 2 IN A Redskins' lightning strikes Cowboys again Dl Police officer might sue county Bl TOMORROW CLOUDY DCTO ARCHIVES AUPEL AYE MONDAY DECEMBER MD 380 GRAND ILLUMINATION Redskins sign deal for P.G. stadium site ASSOCIATED PRESS WASHINGTON which lost one NFL may soon be home to two teams The Washington Redskins will be moving to a stadium built in suburban according to a published report Redskins owner Jack Kent Cooke has signed an agreement with Prince George's County Execu- tive Wayne Curry and Gov Parris Glendenmg to build a stadium on a 300-acre tract known as the Wilson Farm The Washington Post reported this morning A news conference was scheduled for 3 p m today in a spokesman for the governor said think it's a wonderful said Prince George's County Councilman Mar vin who represents the area where stadium is proposed to be built The farm is about five miles east of RFK Stadium In where the Red Gov. Parris Glendening agreed that the state would pay most of the cost for parking water and sewer lines and other facilities- skins have played since 1961 Mr has been searching for a new home for his team since when he told Washington officials that which has the smallest seating capacity in the was no longer adequate He first tried to build a new stadium containing the revenue producing luxury boxes that he said are needed to keep the Redskins competitive on a parking lot north of RFK When that plan ran afoul of federal and city Mr Cooke then shopped the team to Va and Anne Arundel without suc- cess Now he appears to have found a home glad signed it he said wish he would signed it weeks or months ago when he should but I'm happy Mr Curry who had questioned whether the project would truly benefit his constitu- had been the last obstacle for Mr Cooke to clear Page BWI growth lags behind National and Dulles By BRIAN STEINBERG Business Writer After months of gaining in the race for passengers among the Washington area's three major air- BWI is now bringing up the rear. The last-place finish in September comes despite an aggressive adver- tising campaign portraying Baltimore-Washington Intel-nation al as a easier alternative to National and Dulles International airports Passenger use at BWI dropped 3 6 percent in September from Septem- ber 1994 The airport reported down from last according to the Maryland Aviation Administration August passenger traffic also was by 2 2 from last year National Airport led during those two but Dulles surged ahead of BWI from 1994 to 1995 according to statistics from the Metropolitan Washington Airport Authority An increase in the number of international carriers at Dulles might have lured some BWI passen- said Tara an au- thority spokesman Low fares from Atlanta-based Va- luJet at Dulles have also attracted BWI said David S Stem- an independent passenger con suJtant BWI officials expected the de said airport spokesman Adnenne Walker Pittman predicted that there would be a decline in passenger she said no way we could have sustained the phenomenal growth we had in 1994 That year marked a massive surge in airport use at BWI because of a fare war among US South- west and Continental airlines Passenger use increased a whop- ping 51 percent in March 1994 from the previous year to 1 09 million customers BWI authorities don't believe re- cent construction around airport terminal and roads made the facili- ty inconvenient for would-be pas- Ms Walker-Pittman said The passenger decrease comes after much publicity about BWI's convenience for Washington-area passengers In a recent MAA television adver- Page BWI's last-place finish in September comes despite an aggressive' advertising campaign portraying it as a easier alternative to National and Dulles airports. The beat goes on 2-generation police families enjoy a bond beyond tbe badge Byl KUTWEY War staringMhte attcte toMted wife a hlt-wd-rta drivw on 9 AwMir of boy tbe dttgm cop. you actually sit and and there's no ooe thereto it from him being a police officer to bin being my said the 21-year-old Despite gaining an early understanding of the of poiicw like a number of rthen followed Ui flttte tato law edbrwaeat trooper. The county Police Deportment includes at bait a half-dozen officers whose fathers were and city police have at least although neither department keeps an exact count. During 21 yean wtth Capt John Wright hai known officers who followed a into law Oafr Wriate said the ir Mt fcMTMsk bi may a tatter Mai of fee dangen holidays apewt away from a crime that thfaUtfhefr etjNfctaflnu are a lot more Hid that makes the adjustment for them he Mid Capt. Wright said an officer from a police family baa the potential to be better than his cottaatUM. But ft doean't always work out that on the motivation You have to J. Manaon Ttw CattM pottoe crufetaf driven by Me Trouper BHsn da4 ii jfc iMpmiB Vi ufnGvn wno iwww m uwn and ftwtratlene of the Job. for he said know sons and daughters of police officers who have applied and not been he said Officer Tim followed his Lt Ruseell into the ranks of city police His Cpl Darryl is also a city policeman Growing he wanted to be a baseball player It wasn't until he graduated from high school that he started to consider police work feel I was bred to become a police officer I Just feel that was where my life was meant to he said. Page AACC architecture students take look at school's future ByBARTJANSEN Staff Writer Sixteen architecture students at Anne Arundel Community College are helping to draw a vision for the school's future The subject is a proposed Center for one of the construction proposals that officials are grappling with to carry the Arnold campus into the 21st century The proposal for a building and even whether it's needed are among the subjects the college is about to study in a review of its master plan of buildings and grounds Members of assistant professor Michael D Ryan's class have spent the fall semester sketching plans fir a building lhat might be built after the year 200CL' Modern touches are intended fo reflect change and technology -One student sought to mimic a computer circuit board with the building's hallways and rooms Another con- veyed change with dynamic angles of walls and multiple hallways a nice way to see what a building like this would Mr Ryan said A presentation with scale models is planned for Dec 20 But officials must still decide whether such a building for improv- ing curriculum and teaching is needed Other options include divid- Page INSIDE NATMNfc Another federal shutdown looms as talks go on. A3. Terps bounce back from loss to beat GW. M. Arundel Report Broadneck Calendar Classified Comics Crossword Death Notices... EdHortais....... Bl Cl AS C2 06 CS 09 M TWee Portions of The are primed each day on recycled paper The newspaper alto Is recyclable Claaalfled 268-7000 Circulation 2684800 From Kent 327-1583 All other departments.. 268-9000 Lottery Monday s Child Movies Obituaries Police Beat Sporti A4 823 B4 A7 A7 Dl-4 85 A7
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