Union Bridge considers business group, revitalizing Main Street

January 06, 1998

Union Bridge merchants and community leaders will meet this week to consider forming the town's first business association and other proposals aimed at revitalizing the Main Street business district.

The meeting is scheduled at 7 p.m. Thursday at the Town Hall, 104 W. Locust St.

It is open to the public.

A committee solicited ideas on Main Street revitalization from the public two years ago.

Proposals ranged from forming a business association to installing new trash cans and benches.

Taneytown man jailed on probation violation

A Taneytown man was ordered held at the Carroll County Detention Center on $50,000 bail after being arrested on charges stemming from a probation violation in a 1994 drunken driving conviction.

Court records show that Christian J. Null, 35, of the 100 block of Grand Drive, was sentenced to two years in prison for his DWI conviction on June 6, 1994. All but eight days of the term were suspended and he was placed on five years of supervised probation.

In December, Null was convicted again of drunken driving, a violation of his probation.

When he failed to appear in court Dec. 31 for a violation hearing, a bench warrant was issued for his arrest, court records show.

Police arrested Null on the no-bail warrant Saturday, court records show.


Union Bridge: A Taneytown resident told police Saturday that someone broke into her 1985 Camaro while it was parked on Main Street and stole the steering wheel. The loss was estimated at $100.

Pub Date: 1/06/98

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