Keedysville briefs

November 04, 1997

Levy leaving town clerk's post after 20 years of service

KEEDYSVILLE - Donna G. Levey announced Monday night she is stepping down as town clerk and tax collector.

Levey, who has held the duties for more than 20 years, has a number of jobs and told the Keedysville Town Council that keeping all of them is getting difficult.

Levey said she will leave the position by Feb. 1.

Water tank sites considered

KEEDYSVILLE - Town officials are considering three sites to install a water tank for the town's proposed new water system.

The tank, which will hold about 100,000 gallons of water, is needed as a back-up water source in case the town's water pressure drops below a certain point, said Assistant Mayor Kenneth Brandenburg.

One of the sites is behind the old Keedysville school and the other two are on Red Hill Road, Brandenburg said.


The tank is part of a joint water system the town will share with Boonsboro.

Funds in hand for Taylor Park

KEEDYSVILLE - Keedysville has received a state refund of $34,263 for making improvements to Taylor Park this summer.

The money, from Maryland's "Program Open Space," was used to reimburse the town for new playground equipment installed in the park last June, town officials said.

- Dave McMillion

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