City and development corporation honor businesses for contributions

May 12, 1998|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

The city of Westminster and the Greater Westminster Development Corp., the city's nonprofit business-community partner, held a reception yesterday to honor local businesses for their contributions to the community.

The awards and the recipients were:

New retail business award: Cecelia's Bridals.

New business award: Merrill Lynch.

New restaurant award: The Fat Cat Cafe.

Retail business expansion: Inspirations.

Expansion of service business: Barnes-Bollinger Insurance Services.

Project to expand existing business: Paradiso Italian Restaurant.

Commercial building redevelopment: Max Realty, Longwell Building; and A/E Group, Carroll Hall.

Community Development Award: Carroll County General Hospital.

Community Heritage Award: Westminster Volunteer Fire Department.

Community Relations Award: Westminster Police Department.

Business Leadership Award: Carroll County Bank & Trust Co.; Westminster Bank & Trust Co.; Union National Bank; Taneytown Bank and Trust Co.; Tevis Co. President Stanley H. Tevis III; and James H. Dulany IV, a Westminster real estate appraiser and former chairman of GWDC.

This is the third year the city and GWDC have recognized local businesses.

Pub Date: 5/12/98

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