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March 04, 2007

Hagerstown City Council



Tusing Warehouse

By a vote of 4-1, the Hagerstown City Council on Tuesday approved the sale of the Tusing Warehouse at 58 E. Washington St. to Hagerstown developer Milton N. Stamper for $110,000.

Martin Brubaker - Yes

Kelly S. Cromer - Yes

Lewis C. Metzner - Yes

Alesia Parson-McBean - Yes

Penny M. Nigh - No

Animal ordinance

By a vote of 4-1, the Hagerstown City Council on Tuesday introduced changes to an ordinance to prohibit vicious and dangerous animals from living within the City of Hagerstown.

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Martin Brubaker - Yes

Lewis C. Metzner - Yes

Penny M. Nigh - Yes

Alesia Parson-McBean - Yes

Kelly S. Cromer - No

New zoning districts

By a vote of 5-0, the Hagerstown City Council on Tuesday introduced three ordinances to create new zoning districts for professional-mixed use.

Martin Brubaker - Yes

Kelly S. Cromer - Yes

Lewis C. Metzner - Yes

Penny M. Nigh - Yes

Alesia Parson-McBean - Yes

Locomotive 202

By a vote of 5-0, the Hagerstown City Council on Tuesday approved an ordinance authorizing the acceptance of a gift for the city from Jane B. Long. The gift includes the Locomotive 202 and eight cabooses at City Park.

Martin Brubaker - Yes

Kelly S. Cromer - Yes

Lewis C. Metzner - Yes

Penny M. Nigh - Yes

Alesia Parson-McBean - Yes

Facade renovations

By a vote of 5-0, the Hagerstown City Council on Tuesday approved a motion authorizing the mayor and the City Council to enter into a grant agreement with the state of Maryland for $115,000 for facade renovations on the Henry's Theatre building for the Barbara Ingram School for the Arts.

Martin Brubaker - Yes

Kelly S. Cromer - Yes

Lewis C. Metzner - Yes

Penny M. Nigh - Yes

Alesia Parson-McBean - Yes

Water monitoring system

By a vote of 5-0, the Hagerstown City Council on Tuesday approved a motion to enter into an agreement with the federal government to install a water monitoring system at the R.C. Willson Water Treatment facility in Williamsport.

Martin Brubaker - Yes

Kelly S. Cromer - Yes

Lewis C. Metzner - Yes

Penny M. Nigh - Yes

Alesia Parson-McBean - Yes

Parking meter removal

By a vote of 5-0, the Hagerstown City Council on Tuesday authorized the removal of 14 parking meters on the north side of the 100 block of East Franklin Street.

Martin Brubaker - Yes

Kelly S. Cromer - Yes

Lewis C. Metzner - Yes

Penny M. Nigh - Yes

Alesia Parson-McBean - Yes

General service agreement

By a vote of 5-0, the Hagerstown City Council on Tuesday accepted a resolution amending the consolidated general service agreement between the City of Hagerstown and the Washington County Board of Commissioners.

Martin Brubaker - Yes

Kelly S. Cromer - Yes

Lewis C. Metzner - Yes

Penny M. Nigh - Yes

Alesia Parson-McBean - Yes

Service charge agreement

By a vote of 5-0, the Hagerstown City Council on Tuesday accepted a joint sewer service area service charge agreement between the City of Hagerstown and Antares Properties LLC in regard to roadways and streets owned by the City of Hagerstown.

Martin Brubaker - Yes

Kelly S. Cromer - Yes

Lewis C. Metzner - Yes

Penny M. Nigh - Yes

Alesia Parson-McBean - Yes

Pangborn Boulevard

By a vote of 4-1, the Hagerstown City Council on Tuesday approved an agreement to rescind the dedication of real property known as Pangborn Boulevard.

Martin Brubaker - Yes

Kelly S. Cromer - Yes

Lewis C. Metzner - Yes

Alesia Parson-McBean - Yes

Penny M. Nigh - No

Heritage program grant

By a vote of 5-0, the Hagerstown City Council on Tuesday approved a motion to allow the mayor and the Hagerstown City Council to authorize the city staff to apply for a grant application to the Maryland Heritage Area Program for $15,000 for a project to document the Doleman Collection of African-American historical artifacts and to conduct a feasibility study of future plans for public access to the collection.

Martin Brubaker - Yes

Kelly S. Cromer - Yes

Lewis C. Metzner - Yes

Penny M. Nigh - Yes

Alesia Parson-McBean - Yes

Loan agreement

By a vote of 5-0, the Hagerstown City Council on Tuesday approved a motion to authorize the city's staff to enter into a loan agreement with the State of Maryland for $115,000 to acquire/rehab the building at 24-26 E. Franklin St.

Martin Brubaker - Yes

Kelly S. Cromer - Yes

Lewis C. Metzner - Yes

Penny M. Nigh - Yes

Alesia Parson-McBean - Yes

One-way alley

By a vote of 4-1, the Hagerstown City Council on Tuesday approved a motion to designate the portion of an alley as one way from East Antietam Street to the entrance at the Arts and Entertainment District Parking Deck.

Martin Brubaker - Yes

Kelly S. Cromer - Yes

Lewis C. Metzner - Yes

Alesia Parson-McBean - Yes

Penny M. Nigh - No

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