August 25, 2014 | Town Workshop Meeting Minutes

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Town Council Meeting Minutes

Woodsboro, Maryland
August 25, 2014

The regular scheduled Workshop Meeting of the Woodsboro Town Council was held today at the Town Hall with the following members present:

Burgess Smith, Commissioners Trimmer, Spruill, Kellar and Rittelmeyer.

Burgess Smith called the meeting to order and led everyone in the Pledge of Allegiance.

There was one guest in attendance.

After review of the June 2014 minutes, a motion to accept them as presented passed 3 – 0 with Commissioner Trimmer abstaining.

After review of the July 2014 minutes, a motion to accept them as presented passed 2 – 0 with Commissioners Trimmer and Spruill abstaining.

The first line of business was with Mr. Mark Lancaster of Lancaster Builders. Mr. Lancaster was in attendance to present plans for the Copper Oaks II sub-division. The plans showed a five home development with a common drive. Burgess Smith expressed his concerns with property owners wanting to sub-divide in the future and the water and sewer infrastructure not being able to accommodate that. Mr. Lancaster indicated he could have something in writing on the deed showing this cannot be done in the future. Discussions was then held on drainage and snow plowing. Mr. Lancaster will provide a revised plan to the Town’s Engineer to review.

Commissioner Spruill opened discussion on the website. He knows of a person willing to update the website for a fee. A discussion held on what functions is wanted from the website. Further discussion was tabled for a later date.

Commissioner Spruill informed the Council he will not be at the September Town Meeting.

Commissioner Rittelmeyer reported meeting with Playground Specialist in reference to installing the new playground in the park. He provided a quote to do the second volleyball posts from Playground Specialist in the amount of $1,516.20. Playground Specialist will be doing one set along with the new playground bid. A motion to do the second set using town funds was made and tabled to discuss other options. It was decided not to do the second set of posts using town funds and the motion died. Commissioner Rittelmeyer then reported the town will get two new grills at pavilion 4 and the two existing ones will be moved to another pavilion. He will look into writing the new volleyball posts into next year’s grant.

Commissioner Kellar had nothing to report for Planning and Zoning.

Commissioner Trimmer inquired with Burgess Smith on whether he looked at the growth along the sidewalk from Donsife Alley down to Powell Alley. Burgess Smith reported he has not but will.

Burgess Smith opened discussion on a Code Enforcement Officer and provided a job description. After a brief discussion it was decided to change a few things and post it with the Sheriff and State Police.

Burgess Smith opened discussion about a resident on Copper Oaks Court that would like to place a bat house in the park at Copper Oaks Court. Burgess Smith would like to do some research before contacting the resident with an answer.

There being no further business the meeting was adjourned.

Respectfully submitted,
Mary E. Rice
Corporation of Woodsboro