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Clear Spring briefs

August 09, 2005|by MARLO BARNHART

Mundey seat to be filled during election


CLEAR SPRING - In the first meeting since the death of Clear Spring Councilman Mason Mundey, it was learned Monday night the empty chair at the table will remain vacant until town elections in the fall.

Mayor Paul Hose Jr. said candidates may make their intentions known not only for Mundey's seat but also for another council seat and the mayor's position. All three of those two-year terms will be up for grabs in November under the town's staggered election process.

For the time being, Stu Brennan, former councilman, has been coordinating the street department duties that had previously been Mundey's responsibility, Hose said.




Classes to tackle tobacco usage


CLEAR SPRING - Beginning Sept. 12, the Washington County Health Department will be holding tobacco cessation classes at Clear Spring Town Hall after permission was granted Monday night for the use of the building.

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Those classes will be every Monday and Thursday through Oct. 6 from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m.

For more information on these classes, call 240-420-1796.

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