To All Residents:

Second Sight, the company replacing meters for the town, will begin the meter change out project
toward the end of July or early August.

It is VERY important that each resident complies with their request and allow them into your home to perform this change out.

Failure to comply could result in termination of your water until the meter is changed.

Thank you!!

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April 19, 2018 | Town Council Meeting Minutes

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Council Meetings are held on the second Tuesday of every month at the meeting room behind St. Johns Church, 8. N. Second St. These public meetings start at 7:00 PM. The public is encouraged to attend. Please contact the Town Office at least two (2) weeks prior to a Council Meeting if you would like to get a topic on the agenda.

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Planning and Zoning

Regularly scheduled Woodsboro Planning & Zoning Meetings are held on the first Monday each month at the meeting room behind St. Johns Church, 8. N. Second St. The public is welcome to attend these meetings, which start at 6:00 PM.

Woodsboro Planning & Zoning Meetings are held on the first Monday of the month as needed at 6:00 PM at the meeting room behind St. Johns Church, 8. N. Second St. Please contact the town office to be added to the agenda one (1) month prior to the meeting if you have business to discuss.  If there are no topics brought forth to be placed on the agenda 1 month before this meeting, the committee will not meet that month.

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Corporation of Woodsboro
Mary E Rice | Town Clerk
Council Drive
P.O. Box 88
Woodsboro MD, 21798

Phone: (301) 898-3800

Town Council Meeting Minutes

Woodsboro, Maryland
April 19, 2018

The Woodsboro Town Council met today at 7:00 PM in the Town Hall with the following members present:

Burgess Rittelmeyer and Commissioners Spruill, Smith, Boyer and Piechowski.

There was two guest and one resident in attendance.

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

After review of the March 2018 minutes, a motion to accept them as presented passed 4 – 0.

After review of the March 2018 financials, a motion to accept them as presented passed 4 – 0.

Commissioner Smith made a motion to transfer $100,000 from the General Fund checking account to the General Fund Money Market.  Motion passed 4 – 0.

The first line of business was with John Trout and Andrew Brown.  A plan for development of the Trout property at the south end of town was discussed.

Burgess Rittelmeyer reported meeting with the Kercher group and riding throughout town to determine a plan of action.  Kercher will provide the town with a package to take to the County in approximately four weeks.

Burgess Rittelmeyer reported he has not had a chance to contact a company in reference doing fiberglass retro-fitting on drain pipes.  He suggested looking at the ones under Main Street and down Liberty Road.

Burgess Rittelmeyer explained to the Council why he did not write a letter to a resident about their business sign.

Commissioner Smith had nothing to report.

Commissioner Spruill reported he did not have a chance to work on the radar sign data.

Commissioner Piechowski inquired on the website not being up to date.  Burgess Rittelmeyer reported he has not had a chance to meet with the webmaster yet.  Mary will send minutes to the webmaster to get them updated.

Burgess Rittelmeyer reported there is a lot of money available through POS this year and he is getting a price on replacing the big ball field fence.

Commissioner Boyer reported on the April 2nd Planning and Zoning meeting.  A 60’ x 110’ x 28’ building at Platinum Auto was approved.  They will blacktop the entire parking lot.  A brief discussion was held on blacktopping the parking lot.  He also reported the fee structure was reviewed.  One fee was lowered and one was raised.

Burgess Rittelmeyer reported he was mistaken on the old flower shop property and its size.  It was subdivided into six townhouse lots so it will not be big enough for a town hall.

Burgess Rittelmeyer informed the Council that he recently forwarded an email on the Israel Creek Project.  It now has a completion date of June 2020.

Resident Donald Trimmer inquired on what is happening with the move of the town office from the fire department building.  Burgess Rittelmeyer reported the fire department will not do anything until after August.

Burgess Rittelmeyer presented his FY19 Budget to the Council for review.  A discussion was held.  Burgess Rittelmeyer would like to approve the budget at the May 8th town meeting.  He reported the May workshop meeting would be cancelled because it is Memorial Day.

There being no further business, a motion to adjourn and go into closed session was passed 4 – 0.