County to save money after amending bond
Washington County will save nearly $102,000 after amending a $5.3 million water quality bond.
The modification reduces the interest rate on the bond from 4.89 percent to 3.4 percent, resulting in savings of $101,936 over the remaining six-year life of the loan, according to information provided by the county.
County endorses plan for museum
The Washington County Commissioners on Tuesday endorsed a concept plan for a transportation museum at the Washington County Agricultural Education Center, south of Hagerstown on Sharpsburg Pike (Md. 65).
Sen. Donald Munson, R-Washington, has offered to propose legislation in the upcoming Maryland General Assembly session that would provide a $100,000 state matching grant to build and equip the museum, according to information provided by the county.