Ruby Tuesday Inc. filed a site plan yesterday for a restaurant on one of two parcels beside the Target store that opened last month on Route 140 in Westminster.
Thomas B. Beyard, Westminster's director of planning and public works, said approval of the proposal should not be difficult because the site provides internal access for vehicles and has the necessary zoning.
Another national restaurant chain, Red Lobster, is "99 percent" through the approval process for its location on Route 140 near the Elks Club on Gorsuch Road, he said.
License transfer approved for Carriage House Liquors
The Board of License Commissioners of Carroll County has approved the transfer of a Class A-Beer, Wine and Liquor license at Carriage House Liquors, 113 W. Main St., Westminster.
The request was made by Daniel C. Mawhinney and Charles M. Mawhinney for the transfer of license from Howard Charles Fitzgerald and Roel Jean Fitzgerald.
Daniel Mawhinney testified at a public hearing that he is 10 percent owner of Carriage House Liquors and Charles Mawhinney is 90 percent shareholder and will operate the business.
Sandymount rec council taking registration for fall
Sandymount Recreation Council is taking registration for fall programs.
Programs include youth basketball, karatedo, dance express, Hawaiian dance, Irish dance, Ceili dance, modeling, aerobics, adult volleyball, introduction to fencing for boys and tumbling.
Brochures about the programs are available from the recreation council, at Sandymount Elementary School and at Westminster branch library.
Westminster: Firefighters from Reese assisted Westminster at 17 p.m. Wednesday, responding to a gas leak in the 200 block of E. Green St. Units were out one hour.
Westminster: A resident of Pennsylvania Avenue told police that a recycling bin was stolen from the rear of his home Wednesday. The loss was estimated at $15.
Pub Date: 8/30/96