Federal assistance sought for flood-damaged homes

January 31, 1996

Carroll County emergency officials are seeking federal financial assistance for residents whose homes were damaged by floods this month, said Buddy Redman, the county's administrator of public safety.

Mr. Redman said several homes and two businesses in Detour and four homes in Union Bridge were damaged when creeks overflowed the weekend of Jan. 19.

No damage estimates were available.

Emergency officials are surveying fire companies to determine the extent of flood damage throughout the county, he said.

Mr. Redman said he did not know how much financial assistance, if it is approved, might be available to homeowners and businesses.

Taneytown club plans still target shoot

The Taneytown Rod and Gun Club will have a still target shoot at 7 p.m. Friday. Sign-up will begin at 6:30 p.m.

If the snow emergency plan is in effect, the shoot will be held Feb. 9.

Prizes of shrimp and roasting chickens will be awarded. Only 12-gauge shotguns are allowed.

All guns will be gauged.

No alcoholic beverages are allowed. The club is at 12380 Shoemaker Road, in Frederick County outside Taneytown. Information:

Godfrey Miller, 756-6308 between 8 a.m. and 9 p.m.

Police

Marston: A resident of Marston Road South reported to state police Monday that someone stole dual carburetors and an air scoop from a race car parked at his home. The loss was $699.

Fire

Linwood: Union Bridge, New Windsor and Libertytown of Frederick County responded to a house fire in the 900 block of McKinstry Mill Road at 3:06 p.m. Monday. Units were out for 46 minutes.

:Mount Joy Township, Pa.: Harney assisted Adams County with an odor of gas in the 1600 block of Taneytown Road at 2:08 p.m. Monday. Units were out for 90 minutes.

Union Bridge: Union Bridge assisted Frederick County on a building fire in the 12800 block of Bunker Hill Road at 10:41 p.m. Monday. Units were out for two hours and five minutes.

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