The Carroll County commissioners have meetings schedule...


The Carroll County commissioners have meetings schedule daily this week except tomorrow, which is Columbus Day. Meetings are in the County Office Building at 225 N. Center St. unless otherwise noted. The agenda is as follows:


* 9 a.m. Legal -- CLOSED to the public

* 10 Department of Citizen Services staff time: Update on Circle of Caring, Volunteer Services meeting of Oct. 1, legal -- CLOSED

* 11 Lunch and tour of Eldersburg branch library

* 1 p.m. Farm Museum board of governors meeting at the Farm Museum -- Commissioner Julia Gouge

* 2 Public Works meeting -- Room 300A

* 3 Clerk, administrative duties

* 3:15 Department of Management and Budget's staff time: Grant proposal

* 3:30 Land acquisition -- CLOSED

* 8 Agriculture Center Advisory Board meeting at Agricultural Center -- Commissioner Julia Gouge


* 9 a.m. Board of Education meeting at Liberty High School -- Commissioner Donald Dell

* 9 Speaker at Manchester Elementary fifth grade -- Commissioner Elmer Lippy


* 8 a.m. Mason Dixon Task Force workshop in Lionsville, Pa. -- tTC Commissioner Donald Dell

* 9 Public hearing -- Zoning text amendments -- Room 300A

* 10:30 Clerk, administrative duties

* 11 Board of Health meeting -- Room 300A

* 11:30 Office of the Comptroller's staff time: Recycling update, discussion of outstanding directives

* 2 p.m. Maryland Association of Counties fall board retreat in Annapolis -- Commissioner Julia Gouge

* 5 Human Services Programs Volunteer Recognition Gala at Distillery Building -- Commissioner Elmer Lippy

* 6 Carroll County chapter of the Home Builders Association of Maryland meeting at Wakefield Valley Golf and Conference Center -- Commissioners Dell and Lippy


* Maryland Association of Counties fall board retreat in Annapolis -- Commissioner Julia Gouge


* WTTR-AM radio taping -- Commissioner Elmer Lippy

* 11 a.m. Carroll County Exhibit of Maryland Care-A-Van at Cranberry Mall -- Commissioners Dell, Lippy and Gouge Boards and commissions

Following is a schedule of meetings of boards, commissions and committees appointed by the Carroll County commissioners.


* 9:30 a.m. Carroll County Commission on Aging will meet at the Bureau of Aging conference room, 7 Schoolhouse Ave., Westminster. Information: Jan Flora, 857-4049

* 9:30 Board of License Commissioners will hold public hearings in Room 07 of the County Office Building, 225 N. Center St., Westminster. Information: Bonnie Hann, 857-2094. Cases: 3716, Tollgate Inn; 3796, Ricky's Cafe. Discussion on amending the rules and regulations.

* 3 p.m. Carroll County Cable TV Subcommittee meets at 117 E. Main St., Westminster. Information: Doris White, 848-8988


* 4 p.m. Solid Waste Collection study committee meets in Room 300A of the County Office Building, 225 N. Center St., Westminster. Information: Keith Kirschnick, 857-2035. Open to the public.


The mayor and City Council of Westminster will meet at 1 p.m. in a work session and at 7 p.m. tomorrow at the fire hall on East Main Street at Longwell Avenue. The evening agenda includes:

* Call to order

* Minutes of work session meeting of Oct. 5 and regular meeting of Sept. 28

* Building permits for Mar Sar Development, two residences; Eagleview Ltd. Partnership, residence; Wal-Mart Stores, tenant finish-beauty salon

* Sign for AAA Insurance Agency Inc., 355 Baltimore Blvd.

* Disbursements

* Citizen comments

* Award of architectural/engineering contract for new Police Department building

* Reports from mayor

* Final enactment of Historic District Zoning Text Amendment, Ordinance 551

* Consideration of Historic District Zoning Map Amendment, Ordinance 566

* Introduction of Picketing and Parades Ordinance 567

* Unfinished business

* Acceptance of deed for water and sewer mains in Goldenrod Terrace

4 * Relocation of City Hall communications antenna

* Board of Zoning Appeals application fees

* Standing committee reports

* Citizen comments


The Sykesville Town Council will meet at 7 p.m. tomorrow at Town Hall. The agenda includes:

* The new refuse truck lease program

* Model train layout proposal

* Financial report and status of grant and loan program

The Taneytown City Council will meet at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow at City Hall. The agenda includes:

* Passage of Ordinance 9-92 on water and sewer disposal policies and fees

* Passage of Ordinance 10-92 to allow other types besides metal and larger sizes of containers for refuse

* Passage of Ordinance 11-92 to establish a storm water management program and criteria

* A request by Sue Hartman to use the Rod and Gun Club as a youth center

* A request by Joe Ebaugh to improve the Taneytown Lions Little League and minor league field, backstop area

* Richard Feeser speaking on the Broadmill Development

* A request for approval of Trick or Treat Night

* Approval of a subdivision of the Feeser property at Grand and Geneva drives

* A request to use Parcel B of the Null Farm, Meadowbrook, for a potential storm water management system for Sarah's Choice, Null Farm

* Awarding a bid to clean and televise the sanitary sewer line


The Manchester Town Council will meet at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday in the Memorial Building on York Street. The agenda includes:

L * Action on Emergency Ordinance No. 78, Water and Sewer Rate

* Introduction of Ordinance No. 79, Tree Ordinance

* Support Action on Draft No. 8 of Forest and Tree Conservation Ordinance

* Action on the Solid Waste and Recycling Contract

* Action on Small Business Tree Planting Grant Contract

* Executive Session

School board

The Carroll County school board will meet at 9 a.m. Wednesday at Liberty High School, 5855 Bartholow Road, Eldersburg. Times are subject to change, and it is suggested that anyone wishing to communicate with the board regarding an agenda item or concern be in attendance by 9 a.m. The agenda includes:

* Approval of budget adjustments -- fiscal year 1993 operating budget

* Approval of budget transfers in excess of $2,500 -- fiscal year 1993 operating budget

* Transfer of school bus contracts

* Acceptance of independent auditor's report -- fiscal year 1992

* Approval of before- and after-school child-care lease -- Sandymount Elementary School

* Approval of revision to board policy JECB

* Approval of Carroll County Curriculum Council

* Approval of Family Life/Human Sexuality Committee

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