UNION BRIDGE - The county is willing to provide Union Bridge with a $31,000 interest-free loan to help pay for new sewer and water hookups, K. Marlene Conaway, assistant director of planning, told the Town Council Monday.
The money would be added to a $70,000 state grant to offset costs of adding about 29 homes to the town's water and sewer systems.
The homes currently receive water from a private system on the Bowman Springs farm. Dennis Bowman said he wants to discontinue the service by the end of 1991.
The residents would each pay about $1,000 in hook-up fees.
Representatives of the homeowners said they will discuss the offer with the group and give officials an answer to the offer by Friday.
The town already has received two extensions on the state's deadline and must reply to the grant offer as soon as possible.
In other business: * Mayor Edward L. Williar appointed Bonnie L. Hyde and Scott W. Davis to serve on a committee considering opening a library in town. The council members, along with the library board, will study the feasibility of housing the library in an existing Main Street building.
The mayor said the library has budgeted money for the project. Williar, who had opposed a library in town, added he would accept the committee's recommendations.
* Council voted to spend $2,010 to cut down three trees, which are damaging area sidewalks and $1,080 to repair the canopy at the Community Center.
* Town planners have not received any more information from developers of the Phillips property and will postpone their next meeting originally set for Oct. 2.
* Notices about a Clean-up Day on Oct. 27 will be mailed this month.
* The Lions Club will have a Halloween party, with an indoor parade at 6:30 p.m. Oct. 23 at the Community Center.