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Keedysville Town Council

October 02, 2000

Keedysville Town Council



KEEDYSVILLE - Keedysville Town Council members voted Monday to reaffirm their wish to keep the town library in Keedysville. Council also agree to donate land near the town hall to allow for expansion of the present library or to build a larger building if necessary.

Assistant Mayor Matt Hull said he has concerns that Washington County officials will decide to close what has been called "a reading station" at Town Hall which is used by Keedysville residents.

Hull said he will draft a letter stating the council's position and send it to the Washington County Commissioners, Washington County Library and area members of the local delegation to the General Assembly.

KEEDYSVILLE - Halloween trick or treating will be held on Oct. 26, from 6 to 8 p.m. in Keedysville, according to Town Council.

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KEEDYSVILLE - A public meeting to discuss Streetscape, street improvements planned for downtown Keedysville, will be held Oct. 12 at 7 p.m. at Town Hall.

Residents who want to know more about the project or are interested in being on a Streetscape committee may attend.

KEEDYSVILLE - Keedysville Town Council agreed Monday to pay more than $300 for a rack that will hold about 84 chairs or coats. The rack will be used to store chairs at Town Hall.

KEEDYSVILLE - Keedysville's former resident deputy has returned, according to Mayor Lee Brandenburg.

Deputy 1st Class Kenneth Cain had resigned a few months a ago to accept a position in the Washington County Sheriff's Department investigation unit.

Brandenburg said Cain told him "he decided he liked working in the community better than in investigation."

Cain was back on duty in Keedysville on Monday, said Brandenburg.

KEEDYSVILLE - The Keedysville Town Council wants residents to provide input into the content of its new Web site.

Council members discussed the Web site at Monday's council meeting and are trying to decide what should be featured.

Anyone with ideas can contact the council.

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