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Lloyd L. "Pete" Waters, Democrat

For Washington County Commissioner

For Washington County Commissioner

July 13, 2006

Veteran prison warden Lloyd L. "Pete" Waters, a Democrat, has filed for Washington County Commissioner.

Employed with the Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services for 34 years, Waters, 57, retired in 2003 as warden of the Maryland Correctional Institution south of Hagerstown - a position he held for more than 15 years.

Waters said he wants to see Washington County government stop doing business the same way it's been done for the past 40 years.

"We need a good debate or a summit on growth, because it affects water, sewer and schools," Waters said. "There are big water issues with wells and creeks which are low."

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Since he retired, Waters has been doing some security work. Mostly, he has been reading, fishing and doing community and church work, he said.

Waters said he will be accessible to serving the people of Washington County, visiting all sections of the county to listen to concerns and needs.

A U.S. Army veteran who had a tour in Vietnam, Waters returned to Washington County and earned his associate degree from Hagerstown Junior College, his bachelor's degree from Mount St. Mary's and his master's degree in human services from Hood College.

He and his wife, Sheila, have been married 38 years and live near Sharpsburg.

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