Union Bridge council to discuss filling vacancy NORTHWEST--TANEYTOWN * UNION BRIDGE * NEW WINDSOR * UNIONTOWN

January 07, 1993|By Traci A. Johnson | Traci A. Johnson,Staff Writer

The Union Bridge Town Council will have a special meeting tonight to discuss replacements for departing member Jeff Six, who resigned during the Dec. 28 meeting.

Mr. Six, a heavy-machine operator for Lehigh Portland Cement, is moving out of town and will be unable to finish the rest of his second term, which ends in May 1995.

Town Clerk Kathleen Kreimer said the council will discuss the appointment of one of the people who have expressed interest in the position.

"It is my understanding that the mayor and council will be voting on the choices they have and making a decision at the meeting," Ms. Kreimer said.

She said several people have come forward for consideration:

* Donald Wilson has been active with the town's Funding Committee and was instrumental in the 1991 annexation of the Bowman property at the north end of town, bordered by Main Street and Union Bridge Road.

* Toni Eder produces the Union Bridge town newsletter and is a member of the Funding Committee and the Heritage Committee.

* John Scott is a member of the Heritage Committee and has helped with the annual Union Bridge Picnic.

Mayor Perry L. Jones Jr. said he didn't have much information about another candidate, Susan Philbrook.

"I really don't know her," Mr. Jones said. "She told me she lives in town."

Another candidate was found to be ineligible because he lives outside town limits, Mr. Jones said.

Mr. Jones said town officials would have been willing to wait a few weeks to choose Mr. Six's replacement, but town matters that needed attention hastened the process.

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