Boonsboro briefs for 7/2

July 02, 2002|by SCOTT BUTKI

Town Council amends sick leave policy

BOONSBORO - The Boonsboro Town Council, at Monday's meeting, adopted an amendment to its sick leave policy.

Currently employees can take three days off work without a note from the doctor, Town Manager Jake Jones said.

Under the amendment, Jones can choose to demand a doctor's note after just one day.

The town has nine employees, Jones said.

Residents appointed to town committees

BOONSBORO - The Boonsboro Town Council on Monday reappointed Ronald Dunn to the town Utilities Commission.

Dunn has served three four-year terms on the commission, Councilman Kevin Chambers said.

The Boonsboro Town Council also reappointed two members to the Boonsboro Police and Streets Commission.

The council reappointed Cindy Kauffman and Carol Long to the commission.

Street project months from completion

BOONSBORO - Boonsboro Town Manager Jake Jones said at Monday night's meeting the state's Main Street renovation project is scheduled to be completed at the end of October or early November.


The state is more than 200 days into the project that is scheduled to last 300 days.

The Main Street project is part of a program that began in 1996 as part of Gov. Parris Glendening's Smart Growth Initiative.

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