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By Traci A. Johnson and Traci A. Johnson,Sun Staff Writer | April 28, 1994
Union Bridge Clerk-Treasurer Kathleen D. Kreimer punched the pad of her adding machine, trying to figure the taxes a resident owes, then scribbled the numbers on a pad. When she finished, she fumbled with her glasses, then placed them on her desk."
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By Mary Gail Hare and Mary Gail Hare,SUN STAFF | February 19, 1997
With the death of Richard M. Warehime, New Windsor has lost a staunch community activist and senior citizens have lost a champion.Warehime, 75, died of cancer Sunday at Carroll County General Hospital. Retired after 47 years as the town clerk-treasurer, he also served several terms on the Carroll County Commission on Aging, with one term as its chairman."He was unfailing in his attempts to get the message of cost containment for health care across," said Jan Flora, chief of the Carroll County Bureau of Aging.
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By Mary Gail Hare and Mary Gail Hare,SUN STAFF | January 14, 1996
For the first time in about 40 years, New Windsor finds itself without a clerk-treasurer.The council has appointed its secretary as a temporary replacement, and the mayor says the vacancy will be short-lived."
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By Robert A. Erlandson and Robert A. Erlandson,SUN STAFF | March 30, 1996
A small town's big-time scandal ended yesterday with Nancy L. Peters, the former town clerk-treasurer of Port Deposit, being fined $1,000 and placed on three years of probation for official misconduct, including falsifying tax records.Ms. Peters, clerk since 1983, pleaded guilty Feb. 28 on an agreed statement of facts before Cecil County Circuit Judge Edward Rollins Jr. Her sentencing yesterday concluded the investigation the state prosecutor's office began in October.Findings by legislative auditors led to Ms. Peters being charged with official misconduct, which included falsifying tax records, failing to pay her property taxes and not collecting taxes from two other residents -- including the former mayor.
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October 11, 1993
Richard Warehime, New Windsor's longtime clerk-treasurer, has been officially replaced, according to an announcement by Mayor Jack A. Gullo Jr.John Keck, who has been clerk understudy for the past few months, has taken over the position of clerk-treasurer.Mr. Warehime, who worked for the town of New Windsor for almost 46 years, will serve in a consultant position until his official retirement, which comes at the end of this year.NB Mr. Warehime will continue to serve as New Windsor's zoning administrator.
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May 10, 1993
Manchester will hold a second open forum for Town Council candidates at 7 p.m. Wednesday in Town Hall at 3208 York St.The town Board of Supervisors of Elections is organizing the event.Residents may ask questions at the forum, or submit them in writing at Town Hall. The news media will also ask questions.The forum will be televised by Frederick Cablevision on Channel 60 or 61.Six candidates are competing for three council seats in the election, which will be held May 18.Clerk-treasurer may be named soonManchester may soon have a new clerk-treasurer.
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By Donna R. Engle and Donna R. Engle,SUN STAFF | February 22, 1996
Union Bridge's new clerk-treasurer steps into a job that has grown from answering the phone and writing out bills by hand in a converted living room to computerized recordkeeping in a new town hall.Debra Rippeon, who started work Monday, won't be collecting money from the town parking meters, one of the tasks handled by former Town Clerk Kathleen D. Kreimer. The council has assigned parking meter collections to Council President Bret Grossnickle, but the clerk-treasurer in the town of 932 residents still has duties more varied than similar positions in larger communities with more municipal employees.
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By Robert A. Erlandson and Robert A. Erlandson,SUN STAFF | March 30, 1996
A small town's big-time scandal ended yesterday with Nancy L. Peters, the former town clerk-treasurer of Port Deposit, being fined $1,000 and placed on three years of probation for official misconduct, including falsifying tax records.Ms. Peters, clerk since 1983, pleaded guilty Feb. 28 on an agreed statement of facts before Cecil County Circuit Judge Edward Rollins Jr. Her sentencing yesterday concluded the investigation the state prosecutor's office began in October.Findings by legislative auditors led to Ms. Peters being charged with official misconduct, which included falsifying tax records, failing to pay her property taxes and not collecting taxes from two other residents -- including the former mayor.
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By Katherine Richards and Katherine Richards,Staff Writer | March 18, 1993
Manchester Clerk-Treasurer Paul Kolar has resigned to accept a position in York, Pa., Town Manager Terry Short said Tuesday.Mr. Kolar, 38, said yesterday that he will become an assistant revenue officer with the City of York as of April 5. He said he will continue to work full time in Manchester until March 26. Mr. Kolar, clerk-treasurer since April 1992, said he will stay on part time at least through April."
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By Daniel P. Clemens Jr | October 14, 1990
SYKESVILLE - Seldom is the pace frantic at Town Hall, but the stress level rose in recent days as state auditors came calling for the yearly review of the town government's financial records.It's been doubly hectic for Vincent J. Diffenbaugh, the town's new clerk-treasurer, whose job it is to keep Sykesville records and oversee finances. He's been trying to master his job while jumping through hoops for the auditors.But prodding state officials and imposing volumes of records are nothing new to the new clerk-treasurer.
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By Donna R. Engle and Donna R. Engle,SUN STAFF | February 22, 1996
Union Bridge's new clerk-treasurer steps into a job that has grown from answering the phone and writing out bills by hand in a converted living room to computerized recordkeeping in a new town hall.Debra Rippeon, who started work Monday, won't be collecting money from the town parking meters, one of the tasks handled by former Town Clerk Kathleen D. Kreimer. The council has assigned parking meter collections to Council President Bret Grossnickle, but the clerk-treasurer in the town of 932 residents still has duties more varied than similar positions in larger communities with more municipal employees.
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By Mary Gail Hare and Mary Gail Hare,SUN STAFF | January 14, 1996
For the first time in about 40 years, New Windsor finds itself without a clerk-treasurer.The council has appointed its secretary as a temporary replacement, and the mayor says the vacancy will be short-lived."
NEWS
November 13, 1995
Union Bridge Town Council is expected to try again this week to decide whether to retain Clerk-Treasurer Kathleen D. Kreimer, who is on an indefinite leave of absence from the job she has held for 21 years.An audit of town water bills by the Gettysburg, Pa., accounting firm of Musselman and Creager has revealed no criminal wrongdoing. But town officials say they are concerned that Ms. Kreimer apparently estimated water bills for many residents when their water meters were not working -- sometimes for years.
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By Mary Gail Hare and Mary Gail Hare,Sun Staff Writer | December 30, 1994
Laura L. Lindberg will be changing offices and taking a step up at the Sykesville Town House next month.The town secretary and receptionist has been promoted to clerk/treasurer.Ms. Lindberg, 36, will replace Vincent J. Diffenbaugh, who is retiring from the job he has held for four years.Her appointment becomes effective upon approval by the Town Council at its meeting Jan. 9. James L. Schumacher, town manager, said he anticipates unanimous agreement from council members."I feel wonderful and really excited," said Ms. Lindberg.
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By Traci A. Johnson and Traci A. Johnson,Sun Staff Writer | April 28, 1994
Union Bridge Clerk-Treasurer Kathleen D. Kreimer punched the pad of her adding machine, trying to figure the taxes a resident owes, then scribbled the numbers on a pad. When she finished, she fumbled with her glasses, then placed them on her desk."
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By Traci A. Johnson and Traci A. Johnson,Staff Writer | January 27, 1994
The state has decided to pursue back taxes from the developer of the Blue Ridge Manor community after learning of a town practice that allowed the New Windsor developer to buy construction materials tax-free.Mayor Jack A. Gullo Jr. told the Town Council that the procedure, which the state agency called "suspect," must stop immediately."It is not the amount of the money that counts. It is the principle of the matter," Mr. Gullo said during an emergency council session that was called after last night's monthly planning commission meeting.
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By Katherine Richards and Katherine Richards,Staff Writer | March 18, 1993
Manchester Clerk-Treasurer Paul Kolar has resigned to accept a position in York, Pa., Town Manager Terry Short said Tuesday.Mr. Kolar, 38, said yesterday that he will become an assistant revenue officer with the City of York, beginning April 5.He said he will continue to work full time in the Manchester Town Hall until March 26. He said he will stay on part time at least through April.Mr. Kolar has been Manchester's clerk-treasurer since April 1992."I hate to see him go," said Mayor Earl A.J. "Tim" Warehime Jr. "He's done well."
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By Traci A. Johnson and Traci A. Johnson,Staff Writer | January 27, 1994
The state has decided to pursue back taxes from the developer of the Blue Ridge Manor community after learning of a town practice that allowed the New Windsor developer to buy construction materials tax-free.Mayor Jack A. Gullo Jr. told the Town Council that the procedure, which the state agency called "suspect," must stop immediately."It is not the amount of the money that counts. It is the principle of the matter," Mr. Gullo said during an emergency council session that was called after last night's monthly planning commission meeting.
NEWS
October 11, 1993
Richard Warehime, New Windsor's longtime clerk-treasurer, has been officially replaced, according to an announcement by Mayor Jack A. Gullo Jr.John Keck, who has been clerk understudy for the past few months, has taken over the position of clerk-treasurer.Mr. Warehime, who worked for the town of New Windsor for almost 46 years, will serve in a consultant position until his official retirement, which comes at the end of this year.NB Mr. Warehime will continue to serve as New Windsor's zoning administrator.
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By Traci A. Johnson and Traci A. Johnson,Staff Writer | August 29, 1993
Taneytown officials are considering several applicants for the vacant city manager's position.At least six people -- including City Clerk/Treasurer Linda M. Hess -- have applied for the job."I asked that my application be reactivated," said Ms. Hess, who had applied for the job several times during her 17 years working in the city office. "I hope they still have my application. I hope they haven't thrown it out or anything."The city manager's position became vacant Aug. 9 when the mayor and council fired former manager Joseph A. Mangini Jr. for reasons city officials will not discuss.
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