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Washington County Commissioners news briefs

May 25, 2003|by TARA REILLY

Two new county employees introduced


Washington County Assistant Human Resources Director Dee Hawbaker introduced two new employees at the Washington County Commissioners meeting Tuesday.

Tammy Hammond is an accounts receivable supervisor in the Budget and Finance Department, and Janet Grimm is an office associate in the State's Attorney's Office.




Liaison to be named


The Washington County Commissioners on Tuesday agreed to fill a vacant community mobilization liaison position with the Washington County Community Partnership for Children and Families.

The state-funded position pays $32,391 a year. The job is intended to provide support to individuals and community organizations for services to children and families in the county.

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Janitorial firm hired


The Washington County Commissioners on Tuesday renewed a contract with a Gaithersburg, Md., company to provide janitorial services at the County Administration Building, Washington County Courthouse and Annex, County Extension Services Office Building and the County Office Building.

Makro Services Inc. will be paid $186,338 a year.




Grinders purchased


An Exton, Pa., company on Tuesday received a contract to sell the Washington County Commissioners three Muffin Monster Sewage Grinder units for $51,485.

The company is called Watermark Environmental Systems. The grinders will be used at the airport, Maugansville and U.S. 11 pump stations.

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