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September 12, 2006
Mayor: Paul D. Hose Jr., 301-842-3344. Vice mayor: Terry Baker, 301-842-0206 Town Council: Steven Blickenstaff, 301-842-2023. Carol Hovermale, 301-842-2097. Theodore "Teddy" Hovermale, 301-842-2097. The Town Council meets the second Monday of the month at 7 p.m. Town Hall: 301-842-2252. E-mail: Population: 467 (estimated 2005). History: First known as Myersville after the founder, Martin Myers, the town of Clear Spring was laid out in 1821.
by TAMELA BAKER | February 7, 2007
Medical transport contract renewed The Washington County Commissioners voted Tuesday to renew a contract with Mid-Maryland Medical Transport of Hagerstown for ambulance, wheelchair and taxi service for the Washington County Health Department. Commissioner Terry Baker abstained, asking for more information on the company's efficiency and response time. The cost for ambulance, wheelchair and taxi services, paid for with state and federal money, is $345,298 for fiscal year 2008.
October 10, 2006
CLEAR SPRING - Being useful to the community they live in was what prompted both candidates to file for town office in the upcoming election. "I want to do anything that is good for the town," said Stewart Brennan, the sole candidate for the open council seat. Brennan, 86, served on town council from 1983-86. Born and raised in the Clear Spring area, Brennan never stopped doing things for the town even after he went out of office. "The people who are in are doing a good job," he said.
September 9, 2003
CLEAR SPRING - Residents interested in throwing their hats into the ring for the job of mayor or for two Town Council seats have until Monday, Oct. 6, at 9 p.m. to file their applications. Up for grabs this year are the two-year positions now held by Mayor Paul Hose Jr., and council members Gary Grove and Mason Mundey. Candidates for the positions must have resided in the town for at least two years immediately preceding the election and must be qualified voters of the town, according to the town charter.
by MARLO BARNHART | October 14, 2003
CLEAR SPRING - The age-old custom of issuing one hunting permit to each town council member - to either use or give to a friend or family member - has been abolished in the spirit of fairness. "I think we should do away with the town issuing us permits that we can give out," said Gary Grove, council member and hunting enthusiast. And in a unanimous vote, moved by Terry Baker and seconded by Mason Mundey, both council members, the motion was passed. Now the rules are that only residents of Clear Spring or town water customers who actually live at the residence with the water hookup can get permits to hunt the town-owned land on Fairview Mountain.
June 25, 2011
Thumbs up: To baseball phenom Bryce Harper for injecting some baseball excitement into Hagerstown and the Tri-State area. We wish him luck as he climbs the professional baseball ladder. To Washington County Commissioners Terry Baker, John F. Barr and Ruth Anne Callaham for paying their own way to Florida on the first Direct Air flight out of Hagerstown Regional Airport June 23. To Dave Reeder, a longtime administrator in Washington County Public Schools, who left his job as director of secondary education to become superintendent of the Camp Hill (Pa.)
By ANDREW SCHOTZ | September 29, 2010
Primary election results in Washington County are official. The Washington County Board of Elections certified the results Friday. Election Director Kaye Robucci said one additional vote was counted that day, after initially being included with ballots that were rejected. The board counted 712 absentee ballots Sept. 16, two days after the primary, and another 224 absentee and provisional ballots Sept. 22. The additional ballots didn't change the outcomes of any county, state or federal races.
July 21, 2011
The Washington County Board of County Commissioners voted 4-1 Tuesday to transfer $245,000 in leftover budget funds to help cover the cost of a parking area at the county's new transit bus transfer center. The funds were left over from a Maugans Avenue road improvement project that came in under budget, said Robert Slocum, the county's deputy director of public works. The parking area construction was approved by the previous board of commissioners as part of the transfer center project.
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