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August 9, 1993
All the seats on the New Windsor Planning Commission were filled as of Wednesday's council meeting. With the Town Council's approval, Mayor Jack A. Gullo Jr. appointed Paul G. Garver to the final seat.Mr. Garver, 43, a stock clerk for the county, heads the town's community watch program. He is a lifelong New Windsor resident and graduated from Francis Scott Key High School in 1967.A member of Linwood Brethren Church, he has coached baseball and softball for New Windsor Recreation Council for 20 years.
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By Lorraine Mirabella and Lorraine Mirabella,lorraine.mirabella@baltsun.com | September 14, 2008
Standing in the exposed-brick lobby of Howard County's government offices, Peter Z. Garver points out the building's many environmental offenses. The place wastes bucket-loads of water. The windows, the lighting, the restroom fixtures are all so wrong. So is the maintenance crew's cleaning solution, for that matter. It will be Garver's job to change all that. Helping aging buildings go green is not a flashy undertaking. Garver, a contractor leading the county renovation project, has just emerged from a meeting about keeping debris out of ductwork and achieving efficient flushing in the bathrooms.
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By Sheridan Lyons and Sheridan Lyons,SUN STAFF | February 8, 2001
New Windsor Town Council went into executive session last night to discuss whether Councilman Paul G. Garver is still a town resident and could keep the seat he won in 1999, after a tied election. Garver, whose residency became an issue after a letter appeared in the Carroll County Times during the holidays, joined the mayor and council in the closed session. Garver, 50, whose family has lived in New Windsor for generations, declined to comment before the session. Councilman Neal Roop made a motion to keep the meeting open, but it failed for lack of a second.
NEWS
September 27, 2005
On September 25, 2005, after a long struggle with cancer, WANDA ELEANORA (nee Garver) of Finksburg; beloved wife of Raymond O. Fleming, Jr.; devoted mother of Tammy Fleming and her fiance Joseph Angelozzi, and Tina Fleming Warren and her husband Thomas; loving sister of Herbert Garver and Beverly Fisher and the late Ronald Garver and dearest grandmother of Evan and Garrett Warren. She is also survived by numerous nieces and nephews. The family will receive friends at the Haight Funeral Home & Chapel (6416 Sykesville Rd.)
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By Sheridan Lyons and Sheridan Lyons,SUN STAFF | February 9, 2001
Paul G. Garver, a New Windsor town councilman whose residency was questioned, has resigned. He announced his decision after a closed session of the Town Council to discuss the issue Wednesday night. "I resigned," he said afterward as he walked out alone, his expression serious but relieved. Garver, 50, was first elected to the council in 1995, after serving on New Windsor's planning commission. Although he recently had been living in Westminster, he rents a room, receives his mail and is registered to vote in the area he has served - elements previously set out in court rulings that have helped establish the residency of politicians.
NEWS
By Lorraine Mirabella and Lorraine Mirabella,lorraine.mirabella@baltsun.com | September 14, 2008
Standing in the exposed-brick lobby of Howard County's government offices, Peter Z. Garver points out the building's many environmental offenses. The place wastes bucket-loads of water. The windows, the lighting, the restroom fixtures are all so wrong. So is the maintenance crew's cleaning solution, for that matter. It will be Garver's job to change all that. Helping aging buildings go green is not a flashy undertaking. Garver, a contractor leading the county renovation project, has just emerged from a meeting about keeping debris out of ductwork and achieving efficient flushing in the bathrooms.
NEWS
August 11, 1993
Garver appointment approved to New Windsor planning panelThe New Windsor Town Council approved the mayor's final appointment to the Town Planning Commission. Paul G. Garver, 43, became the sixth member of the commission during the monthly council meeting one week ago.Mr. Garver, a stock clerk for the county, is a lifelong resident of New Windsor. He graduated from Francis Scott Key High School in 1967 and is a member of the Linwood Brethren Church. He has been a baseball and softball for the New Windsor Recreation Council for 20 years.
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By Debra Taylor Young and Debra Taylor Young,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | September 6, 2000
FAREWELL WAYNE, We Will Miss You, reads the sign outside the Sykesville Freedom Fire Department on Route 32. Wayne Garver, an emergency medical services and firefighter responder for the Sykesville Freedom department, is also a chief petty officer in the Navy. He is being deployed out of Earl, N.J., and will be stationed on the USS Seattle for 3 1/2 years, acting as the ship's damage control chief. The Seattle covers an area from the East Coast to the Mediterranean. It is a supply ship, providing fuel and ammunition to other U.S. vessels.
NEWS
September 26, 2005
On September 25, 2005, after a long struggle with cancer, WANDA ELEANORA (nee Garver) of Finksburg; beloved wife of Raymond O. Fleming, Jr.; devoted mother of Tammy Fleming and her fiance Joseph Angelozzi, and Tina Fleming Warren and her husband Thomas; loving sister of Herbert Garver and Beverly Fisher and the late Ronald Garver and dearest grandmother of Evan and Garrett Warren. She is also survived by numerous nieces and nephews. The family will receive friends at the Haight Funeral Home & Chapel (6416 Sykesville Rd.)
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By Sheridan Lyons and Sheridan Lyons,SUN STAFF | January 5, 2001
New Windsor Town Council plans to meet soon to weigh a contention that one of its members has moved out of town. The residency of Councilman Paul G. Garver, a 50-year-old native of the Carroll County town, has been questioned by Sam R. Pierce, the man with whom Garver tied in the May 1999 town elections. Without a provision in the Town Charter to break the tie, the council - following its attorneys' advice - declared a vacancy and named the incumbent Garver to fill it. Garver "should step forward and resign his seat on the council," Pierce said, because the town code requires that "a councilperson shall maintain a permanent residence in the town during their term of office."
NEWS
By Sheridan Lyons and Sheridan Lyons,SUN STAFF | February 9, 2001
Paul G. Garver, a New Windsor town councilman whose residency was questioned, has resigned. He announced his decision after a closed session of the Town Council to discuss the issue Wednesday night. "I resigned," he said afterward as he walked out alone, his expression serious but relieved. Garver, 50, was first elected to the council in 1995, after serving on New Windsor's planning commission. Although he recently had been living in Westminster, he rents a room, receives his mail and is registered to vote in the area he has served - elements previously set out in court rulings that have helped establish the residency of politicians.
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By Sheridan Lyons and Sheridan Lyons,SUN STAFF | February 8, 2001
New Windsor Town Council went into executive session last night to discuss whether Councilman Paul G. Garver is still a town resident and could keep the seat he won in 1999, after a tied election. Garver, whose residency became an issue after a letter appeared in the Carroll County Times during the holidays, joined the mayor and council in the closed session. Garver, 50, whose family has lived in New Windsor for generations, declined to comment before the session. Councilman Neal Roop made a motion to keep the meeting open, but it failed for lack of a second.
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By Sheridan Lyons and Sheridan Lyons,SUN STAFF | January 5, 2001
New Windsor Town Council plans to meet soon to weigh a contention that one of its members has moved out of town. The residency of Councilman Paul G. Garver, a 50-year-old native of the Carroll County town, has been questioned by Sam R. Pierce, the man with whom Garver tied in the May 1999 town elections. Without a provision in the Town Charter to break the tie, the council - following its attorneys' advice - declared a vacancy and named the incumbent Garver to fill it. Garver "should step forward and resign his seat on the council," Pierce said, because the town code requires that "a councilperson shall maintain a permanent residence in the town during their term of office."
NEWS
By Debra Taylor Young and Debra Taylor Young,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | September 6, 2000
FAREWELL WAYNE, We Will Miss You, reads the sign outside the Sykesville Freedom Fire Department on Route 32. Wayne Garver, an emergency medical services and firefighter responder for the Sykesville Freedom department, is also a chief petty officer in the Navy. He is being deployed out of Earl, N.J., and will be stationed on the USS Seattle for 3 1/2 years, acting as the ship's damage control chief. The Seattle covers an area from the East Coast to the Mediterranean. It is a supply ship, providing fuel and ammunition to other U.S. vessels.
BUSINESS
By Charles Belfoure and Charles Belfoure,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | December 5, 1999
In the 1990 movie "Pacific Heights," Matthew Modine and Melanie Griffith lovingly restore a Victorian home with three apartments in San Francisco and live in the top-floor unit. They unwittingly rent one of the apartments to Michael Keaton, who turns out to be a psychotic who never pays the rent, destroys the unit, then connives to sue them.Among many Baltimore live-in landlords, it's become a cult movie illustrating the worst nightmare that can happen."Luckily Michael Keaton has steered clear of this house," said Peter Garver, a landlord in Mount Washington.
NEWS
By Jean Marie Beall and Jean Marie Beall,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | November 18, 1999
IT WAS A DARK, DRIZZLY day when I visited Linwood Church of the Brethren outside Union Bridge.As I walked to the basement level, I was wrapped in the warmth of four women who were busy putting the stitches into a huge quilt spread on a quilt frame. These women, Thelma Dayhoff, Virginia Hook, Mary Garver and Joanna Hesson, and a fifth woman who wasn't there that day, Frances Lowman, are the Linwood Church of the Brethren Quilting Circle.The quilting circle originated in 1918. In those days, the women gathered in their homes to do their stitching.
NEWS
By Amy Miller and Amy Miller,Staff Writer | November 14, 1993
New Windsor's second Community Watch meeting produced many comments and ideas on how to occupy the town's youth."We had a lot of positive input from agencies and citizens in the community," Community Watch coordinator Paul Garver said of Thursday night's gathering.Rather than complaining about New Windsor's young people, agencies and community groups presented programs for youth involvement to the standing-room audience of about 60 people at Town Hall.Representatives from the Carroll County Rec Council describedits programs, New Windsor's fire department and ladies auxiliary said teen-agers could become junior members, and two New Windsor churches -- St. Paul's United Methodist and New Windsor Associate Reformed Presbyterian -- collected information to start organizing youth groups, Mr. Garver said.
NEWS
By Anne Haddad and Anne Haddad,SUN STAFF | May 26, 1999
An unsuccessful candidate in the recent Taneytown City Council election chastised the panel last night for passing him over a week later when it was time to fill a council vacancy.The council heard last night from Bobby Wales Sr., who said it should have appointed him to fill the seat that became vacant seconds after the May 3 election: Former council member Henry C. Heine was elected mayor.Wales was 31 votes shy of being elected May 3 and finished last in a three-way race. A week later, the council swore in re-elected incumbent Brian E. Long and newly elected Darryl G. Hale.
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