Manchester * Hampstead * Lineboro


August 10, 1993

Manchester to discuss raising water, sewer fees

The Manchester town council will discuss an ordinance raising water and sewer connection fees at its regular meeting at 7:30 p.m. today in the town hall.

Mayor Earl A. J. "Tim" Warehime Jr. vetoed an ordinance in July that would have raised town water and sewer connection fees because it did not include a way to spread payments over several years. The mayor and council agreed that there should be a provision for extended payments, but they disagreed over how to make such a provision.

Water and sewer rates for fiscal 1994 also are on tonight's agenda.

The rates have not been set. Mr. Warehime said yesterday if rates are not approved by the September town council meeting, Manchester will have to use the old rates for its October 1 billing, then pass a retroactive rate increase.

Also scheduled for discussion are the grievance procedure for town employees and a study of the town's future water system requirements.

Hampstead Rotary Club installs new officers

The Rotary Club of Hampstead had its annual dinner for the installation of officers and directors on July 8 at Piney Branch Golf and Country Club.

New officers are: Tom Newkirk, president; Dave Wisniewski, president elect; Larry Przybylski, vice president; Jim Bosley, treasurer; Elmer Martin, secretary

Directors are: Steve Silberman, Bayard Bollinger, Bill Ratcliffe and Harry Rohrbaugh.

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