Sykesville * Eldersburg * Gamber


November 09, 1992

Sabatiuk resigns from Sykesville's planning panel

Paul Sabatiuk resigned last week from the Sykesville Planning Commission.

"He had served the town well for over four years," said Mayor Lloyd R. Helt Jr. "He can take pride in what he accomplished and move on."

Mayor Helt declined further comment on the resignation.

Mr. Sabatiuk had helped develop the Small Town Planning Guidelines recently approved by the Town Council, the mayor said.

Mr. Helt will announce the vacancy at tonight's council meeting. The position will remain open for a month until the mayor, with the council's approval, appoints a new member.

"I would like to see some of our newer residents work on the commission," Mr. Helt said. "It's a great way to get involved and find out about the town."

Volunteers postpone tot lot construction

Rain and cold weather forced volunteers to delay construction of a tot lot on Jennifer Way until Saturday.

"It was too wet Friday for the town maintenance crews to drill holes for the equipment," said Teri Reyes, who organized the three-year effort to bring a playground to Lexington Run.

About $9,000 in playground equipment has arrived in Sykesville from Miracle Recreation and Equipment Co. in Missouri.

Volunteers plan to install slides, climbing poles and decks for the nearly 500 children of the community.

Construction will probably take most of the day," Ms. Reyes said. She said volunteers are welcome.


* Marriottsville: The Sykesville Fire Company responded to a report of wires and poles down on Marriottsville Road at 3:56 a.m. Saturday.

Eldersburg: Companies from Sykesville, Gamber and Winfield responded to a house fire on Woodridge Lane at 9:28 a.m. Saturday.

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