Impact fee ordinance scheduled for hearingThe Board of...

Carroll County Digest

November 15, 1998

Impact fee ordinance scheduled for hearing

The Board of County Commissioners will hold a public hearing a proposed ordinance to raise impact fees on new residences at 3 p.m. Wednesday at the County Office Building.

The ordinance would raise impact fees on new dwellings: single-family homes, from $4,487 to $4,744; mobile homes, from $1,473 to $1,631; townhouses, from $3,377 to $3,595; and multifamily homes from $1,784 to $1,925.

The ordinance may be reviewed and copies obtained at the Office of the County Clerk during business hours and at all branches of the public library.

Information: Isaac Menasche, senior assistant county attorney, 410-386-2030.

Republican Party chooses new leaders

Robert Wolfing of Mount Airy has been chosen to be chairman of the newly elected Carroll County Republican Central Committee.

He succeeds Thomas Bowen of Eldersburg. Wolfing was elected to the central committee in 1994 and re-elected this month.

Betty Smith of Uniontown was chosen as vice chairman of the committee.

Other members are: W. David Blair, Sue Ellen Greenfield, Scott Hollenbeck, Margie Jones, Robert Tabler, Jerry Toadvine and Ryan Warner.

The central committee is the governing body of the Republican Party in Carroll County.

Pub Date: 11/15/98

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