Union Mills * Westminster * Sandymount * Finksburg

CENTRAL --

December 09, 1992

Leaf vacuuming service scheduled to end Dec. 21

The Westminster Public Works Department will close its leaf vacuuming service for the fall season on Dec. 21.

The service allows city residents to dispose of leaves by raking them into gutters. Street crews then vacuum the leaves into a truck. The service is provided annually from mid-October to mid-December.

City officials say anyone who has additional leaves to be picked up after Dec. 21 should place them in easily emptied containers or plastic bags with a maximum two-bushel capacity. The leaves should be placed at the curb for collection by Haden Trash

Removal Inc.

Commissioners approve land purchase for bypass

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Carroll commissioners voted yesterday to pay $27,000 for a half-acre of land needed for the Westminster bypass project.

The county is buying land owned by Carl E. and Bonnie May Abend for the cloverleaf to be built near the current intersection of routes 140 and 97 North.

A timetable for building the bypass has not been set.

POLICE

* Westminster: Janet L. Wickline, of Sykesville, reported to police that a side window was shattered Sunday while her car was parked on the Conoway Lot on Railroad Avenue. The damage was estimated at $300.

Someone damaged the vehicle owned by Christopher Blauvelt of Barbara Drive, while it was parked on West Main Street on Sunday.

The damage is estimated at $200.

Renell Oxendine of LaCosta Circle told police property valued at was stolen from her car while it was parked near her home on Sunday.

A car parked at Cranberry Mall was broken into, and articles valued at $75 removed on Friday, John Fulton told police.

FIRE

* Westminster: Westminster and Pleasant Valley responded to a report of a barn fire on Bell Road at 4:15 p.m. Tuesday. The fire was later reported to be a controlled burning. Units were on the scene for about 30 minutes.

* Reese: Reese, Westminster and Gamber responded to a chimney fire on Peppermint Lane at 11:39 a.m. Tuesday. Units were out for about 35 minutes.

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