Taneytown votes contract for sewage plant studies

October 15, 1998

Taneytown officials will spend $27,600 on preliminary engineering studies to rehabilitate sewer mains and other work associated with a new sewage plant.

The work is part of a major project to construct a sewage treatment plant and rehabilitate aging, leaking sewer mains that have created backups into homes during heavy rains.

The City Council awarded a contract to Acer Engineers & Consultants Inc. of Baltimore.

City Manager Charles "Chip" Boyles said the engineering work is required for Taneytown's application for a Rural Development (formerly the Farmers Home Administration) grant. If the city wins federal financing, Taneytown will be reimbursed for the engineering, he said.


New Windsor: Firefighters from New Windsor, Winfield and Westminster responded at 5: 52 p.m. Tuesday to a shed fire on Marston Road. Units were out 52 minutes.

Pub Date: 10/15/98

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