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Clear Spring briefs

July 15, 2008|By DAN DEARTH

Town Council members to monitor skateboarders

CLEAR SPRING - Members of the Clear Spring Town Council on Monday said they would monitor the behavior of skateboarders who have been making too much noise in the 100 block of Cumberland Street.

In addition to being loud, Vice Mayor Steve Blickenstaff said the children have been delaying traffic by taking up too much of the street.

Landlord asks council if South Mulberry property can be rented as doctor's office

CLEAR SPRING - Clear Spring landlord Jerry Aleshire asked the Town Council on Monday whether he could rent one of his properties on South Mulberry Street as a doctor's office.

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Aleshire told the council that the building was accessible to people with disabilities. He said he wanted to ensure, however, that the electrical work was up to code.

Town Clerk Juanita Grimm said she would have to explore the issue further.

Aleshire declined to name the doctor who was interested in renting the property until they entered into an agreement.

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