Hancock briefs

March 12, 2004|by TARA REILLY

Police issue report to Town Council

The Hancock Police Department had 58 calls for service in February, Officer T.J. Buskirk told the Town Council on Wednesday.

The department issued 91 parking citations and 29 traffic citations, consisting of 17 moving violations and 12 warnings, Buskirk said.

Police also arrested two adults and had two criminal cases - one assault and one burglary.

In addition, the department performed five hours of radar enforcement and three hours of funeral escorts.

Municipal League to meet March 22

Hancock Mayor Daniel A. Murphy said at Wednesday's Town Council meeting that the Washington County Chapter of the Maryland Municipal League will meet March 22.

Funkstown is hosting the meeting, he said.

Town gets advice on waste water rates

Hancock Town Manager Larry Logan said Wednesday the town has received a draft report called the "Town of Hancock Waste Water Financial Assessment Report."


The report, which includes recommendations on wastewater rates and for a five-year Capital Improvement Plan, was done by the Maryland Center for Environmental Training.

"It's a pretty good report," Logan told the Town Council.

Logan said he would like to discuss the details of the report when the Town Council works on the operating budget.

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