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Panel to study proposals for public golf course

A 10-member panel will begin reviewing proposals this week from private businessmen to build and operate a public golf course on Fort Smallwood Road.

The committee was appointed by County Councilman Carl G. "Dutch" Holland, a Pasadena Republican, to foster public participation in the design and construction of a county-owned facility.

The county acquired the 130 acres, formerly a horse farm, at the Water Oak Point Road intersection in the late-1980s.

Bill Rinehart, director of the county Department of Recreation and Parks, will brief panel members on the project and the proposals received so far on March 3 at 7 p.m. A representative of the Anne Arundel County Trade Council also will address the group.

The group will meet at the Arundel Center North, Room 209, in Glen Burnie.

Committee members are Jack Arrison, Virginia Barrett, Brian Brooks, Jim Seifert, Frank Halgas, Rick Hare, Andrew Mosier Jr., Alan Raskin, Deborah Spittel and Carol Vitek.


* Pasadena: Burglars broke into the annex of Lake Shore Baptist Church in the 4600 block of Mountain Road Wednesday night and took a stereo and a video cassette recorder.

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