Community meetings on Comprehensive Plan

September 25, 2005

The county has scheduled several community meetings, called Grassroots Gatherings, for residents to get involved in the Carroll County Comprehensive Plan.

All meetings will begin at 6:30 p.m. Scheduled meetings include:

Manchester: Tomorrow, Manchester Elementary School media center.

Gamber/Louisville: Tomorrow, Mechanicsville Elementary School media center.

Finksburg/Sandymount: Tuesday, Sandymount Elementary School gymnasium.

Union Mills/Silver Run: Tuesday, Charles Carroll Elementary School media center.

Winfield/Taylorsville: Tuesday, Winfield fire hall.

Taneytown: Wednesday, Taneytown Elementary School media center.

Mount Airy: Thursday, Mount Airy Public Library.

Sykesville: Thursday, Sykesville Middle School cafeteria.

Freedom: Oct. 3, Century High School media center.

Uniontown/Bark Hill: Oct. 3, Francis Scott Key High School media center.

McKinstry's Mill/Linwood/Marston: Oct. 3, Linwood Brethren Church, 575 McKinstry's Mill Road.

Harney/Starner's Dam: Oct. 4, Harney fire hall.

Warfieldsburg/Shipley/Smallwood: Oct. 4, Deer Park United Methodist Church overflow room, 2205 Sykesville Road.

Woodbine/Watersville: Oct. 5, South Carroll High School media center.

Patapsco: Oct. 6, Patapsco United Methodist Church hall, 2821 Patapsco Road.

Union Bridge: Oct. 6, Elmer Wolfe Elementary School media center.

New Windsor: Oct. 6, New Windsor Middle School media center. Meetings are also planned for additional communities. Dates and locations will be announced as they are scheduled.

The Pathways Web site - - includes a calendar of all community meetings associated with this plan. Agendas for the Early Fall 2005 meetings are available by clicking on the specific community meeting on the "Calendar" section of the Web site.

Interested individuals can register to be on an e-mailing list at the "Contact Us" page.

Information: 410-386-2145.

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