WESTMINSTER — Frederick K. Teeter S. of Westminster has been hired by The Arundel Corp. as assistant vice president of sales and marketing.

Teeter worked at Genstar Stone Products Co. in industrial marketing until earlier this year.


He has been with Arundel since March 25. The company is based in Sparks, Baltimore County.

Teeter has worked in the aggregates, ready mix and bituminous construction industry for about 30 years. He will have sales and marketing responsibilities in the Baltimore metropolitan area for Arundel's Maryland Aggregates Group, the company said.


He is an industry representative on the Carroll County Mineral Resource Committee, a citizens' group working to develop a mining plan for the county.



Duke's Car Wash has recognized employees who performed exemplary work duringMarch.

Award winners for daytime Monday through Friday employees were:

* Frank Rucci III -- Employee of the Month.

* Cathy McElroy -- highest quality work.

* Eric Stultz -- most dependable.


*Carroll Logue -- best attitude.

* Tom Fritz -- most improved worker.

* Buddy Glass -- demonstrating most initiative.

Award winners for evening and weekend employees were:

* Jay Johnson -- Employee of the Month.

* Suzanne Krebs -- highest quality work.


* David Lee -- most dependable.

* Brian Loudermilk -- best attitude.

* Chris Hann -- most improved worker.

* Cheryl Goodwin -- demonstrating most initiative.




Seedway announces that Thomas Mullineaux has joined the company's York, Pa., sales division as district sales manager.

A graduate of the University of Maryland, College Park, Prince George's County, Mullineaux lives here with his wife, Linda, and son, Thomas.

Mullineaux brings to his new position considerable background in agricultural salesand marketing, having most recently served as a retail store managerfor Southern States Cooperative in Loundoun County, Va.

He will be responsible for all phases of Seedway sales and service in central,Southern and Western Maryland, as well as West Virginia and Virginia.




Patricia Domser, physical therapist with Westminster Physical Therapy, has completed afour-day seminar and workshop on muscle energy techniques in Silver Spring, Montgomery County.

Muscle energy is a gentle technique that uses a neuro-muscular mobilization of the spine to realign and improve posture and movement.

Many chronic painful conditions can be resolved with this technique where traditional means have failed.


More than 200 nurseries statewide have joined Gov. William Donald Schaefer's challenge to plant 1 million more treesin Maryland during Tree-mendous Month.

Maryland's Department of Natural Resources is coordinating this effort and participating nurseries have agreed to count all the trees they sell during April.


TheDNR will include those trees in the final tabulation, which also includes hundreds of trees planted by volunteer organizations and private citizens.

Participating businesses are displaying the Tree-mendous Month logo, and customers will be asked to register their trees.

Carroll's participating nurseries are:

* Dick's L & G Center, Eldersburg.

* Thomas M. Hunter Landscaping Inc., Finksburg.

* Clemsonville Christmas Trees, Union Bridge.


* Everchanging LandscapesInc., Lineboro.

* Martin Tree Farm, Hampstead.

* The Green Thumb Inc., Westminster.

* Mid-Atlantic Tree Center, Woodbine.

* Wakefield Valley Nursery Inc., New Windsor.

* Sterrett Trees, UnionBridge.


* Chapel Valley Landscape Co., Woodbine.

* Greener Horizons, Westminster.

* Sewell's Farm, Taneytown.

* Rolling Hill Farm & Garden Inc., Sykesville.

* Pickett Tree Farms, Woodbine.

* Kyne Tree Farm and Nursery, Sykesville.




County Commissioner President Donald I. Dell told a group of business people Thursday he doesn't want to see any new taxes or fees imposed on county residents.

"This board of commissioners is committed to not raising taxes," he told the Carroll County Chapter of the Home Builders Association of Maryland.

The group gathered for its monthly dinner meeting at the Westminster Inn.

Residents are concerned about budget cuts, which have been tough in thecurrent fiscal year and will be even more stringent in the coming year, Dell said.


The commissioners asked county departments to cut 1percent of their budgets in fiscal 1991, which ends June 30, and to cut 2 percent for fiscal 1992, he said.

"I'm very pleased with theway the departments responded to the cuts we had to make," he said. "I think the staff is happy that no layoffs are being considered at this time."

The proposed fiscal 1992 budget is $35,570,915, 29.6 percent less than what originally was requested.

Dell, a Republican who took office in December after his second campaign for the post, said, "I really am enjoying being a county commissioner.

"Thank heaven the three commissioners are getting along well," he said.

Delland his family operate a dairy farm outside Westminster.


He said he realizes impact fees charged to builders to cover the costs of newschools, roads and other facilities and tipping fees charged for dumping in county landfills add to the cost of living.

"They're all taxes.

"I'd really like to really take a good look at all the fees and balance them out. I really have a problem with fees," he said.

This year, the county plans studies on a number of topics, Dell said, including: zoning in South Carroll and Manchester, recycling, tipping fees and adequate public facilities.

Homebuilders, bankers, farmers and other business people will be asked for input for the study on adequate public facilities, Dell said. The commissioners hope to avoid moratoriums by studying the topic now and planning for the future, he said.