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Stampin UP Card/Scrapbook Classes
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Holistic Home Energy Services
Do you believe your elected officials did their job in Annapolis in 2013?
"... the Constitution will not enforce itself, so it’s time for local officials to take a stand in defense of our freedoms." -- Commissioner Richard Rothschild
Running as a Republican, Stonko grew up in Carroll County.
Tony Chiavacci and Suzanne Albert will each serve another four year term as Common Council members.
Government, Local Connections, Going Green
Great Outdoors Month is in June.
Find out what your Carroll County commissioners are up to this week.
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Police & Fire, Elections
At the end of his term in 2014, Sheriff Ken Tregoning will have 51 years of public service under his belt.
Mayor Kevin Utz and Councilman Tony Chiavacci will serve second terms while Suzanne Albert returns to office after losing in the last election.
Mayor Kevin Utz said he is proud of the fact that the city is in a position to implement both a tax reduction and a salary increase for city employees.
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