Clear Spring briefs

October 10, 2006|by MARLO BARNHART

Aleshire vows to attend town meetings

CLEAR SPRING - As a candidate for Washington County Commissioner in the Nov. 7 general election, Kristin B. Aleshire said he would like to see the needs of county towns get more attention.

Aleshire made his comments at the Clear Spring Town Council meeting Monday night.

If elected, Aleshire said he would try to attend town meetings three or four times a year to listen to concerns.

Boy Scout presents sign idea to council

CLEAR SPRING - Josiah Adlon, an Eagle Scout candidate from Boy Scout Troop 117, presented a drawing of a sign he hopes would better welcome travelers into Clear Spring.

"My idea is to put up a nice wooden sign," he said. The sign he would like to build east of Clear Spring would replace the metal sign at that location.


Adlon said the sports signs touting winning teams would remain at the site.

Councilman Steve Blickenstaff mentioned that the sign on the west side of town for travelers heading east is also in need of replacement since it has faded over time.

Troop leader Keith Sheffler said his troop is always on the lookout for possible Eagle Scout projects.

"We'll come up with a list," Clear Spring Mayor Paul Hose Jr. said.

Deadline for snow removal bidding set

CLEAR SPRING - Contractors wishing to bid on snow removal for the Town of Clear Spring have until Monday, Nov. 13, at 4 p.m. to submit their bids to Town Clerk Juanita Grimm.

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