Union Bridge council OKs bill to borrow $200,000 to build

February 23, 1993|By Traci A. Johnson | Traci A. Johnson,Staff Writer

The Union Bridge Town Council passed an ordinance last night that enables it to borrow money for the construction of the new town office building on Locust Street.

The ordinance, introduced during a special meeting earlier this month, gives the Town Council the authority to apply for and borrow the $200,000 that will be used in the work, which is expected to be done by mid-September.

Mayor Perry L. Jones Jr. said he is looking forward to the ground-breaking ceremony the town will hold once the construction is set to begin.

The mayor also appointed council members to Town Hall acquisition committees.

Councilwoman Bonnie M. Hyde will head the committee to get computers for the new offices.

Council President Bret D. Grossnickle and his committee will be responsible for offices, and Councilman Donald Wilson will lead the landscaping committee.

The council also unanimously reappointed members to the town's Board of Zoning Appeals, Board of Elections and the Park Board.

Jacob Altvater will return as the chairman of the Board of Zoning Appeals and John Witiak will be the other member, with the Rev. Richard Michael acting as the alternate. They are each appointed to serve three years.

Charles Hahn will serve as the supervisor of the Board of Elections, with Olivia Hay and Naomi Sinnott acting as members for the next four years.

Bob Pfoutz will keep his seat on the Park Board.

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