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Carroll County Commissioner Agenda March 5 through March 9

Find out where your county commissioners will be this week.

This weekly agenda is subject to change. Please call 410-386-2043 to confirm a meeting you plan to attend. All meetings will be held at the Carroll County Office Building Room 311 unless otherwise noted. 

Monday, March 5

No scheduled meetings or events. 

Tuesday, March 6

10 a.m. Board of County Commissioners Open Session meeting in the Carroll County Office Building, Room 311. The agenda is as follows: 

  • Public Comment  
  • Bid Approval - Master Planning Services for Public Safety Training Center Renovation. 
  • Follow-Up Discussion - 2010 Americans with Disabilities Act Standards regarding licensed public swimming pools  
  • CLOSED - Contract Negotiations

11:30 a.m. Two unannounced Carroll County Commissioners will testify on Bills in Annapolis. 

7 p.m. Commissioners Richard Rothschild and Robin Frazier will attend the Taneytown Republican Club Meeting at the American Legion. 

Wednesday, March 7

8 a.m. Commissioner Dave Roush Warfield Development Corporation Meeting in Sykesville.

10 a.m. Commissioners Richard Rothschild and Robin Frazier will attend the Maryland Association of Counties Legislative Committee Meeting in Annapolis.

Thursday, March 8

9 a.m. Board of County Commissioners Open Session in the Carroll County Office Building, Room 311. The agenda includes:

  • Public Comment  
  • Approval and adoption of February minutes and March 1 minutes.
  • Request approval of the Carroll County Drug Court application FY 2013.   
  • 2013 Annual Transportation Grant.
  • Draft Maryland Phase II Watershed Implementation Plan.
  • Possible Amendment to Chapter 209, Taxation Expansion of Tax Credits for Fallen Heroes. 

11:30 a.m. Two unannounced Carroll County Commissioners will testify on Bills in Annapolis. 

6:30 p.m. All five Carroll County Commissioners will attend the Carroll County Chapter Maryland Municipal League Dinner in New Windsor. 

Friday, March 9

10 a.m. Commissioner Richard Rothschild will attend the "Tour, Story Time and Lunch" event at the Mount Airy Library. 

Judith M. Smith March 06, 2012 at 04:39 PM
The challenge to "sue" may be revisited if we can get some more play on the subject from local media...even a TV station...think its possible??
Buck Harmon March 06, 2012 at 07:53 PM
Thank you Kym...
Neil Ridgely March 06, 2012 at 11:28 PM
They have ordered the County Attorney to redact information that the Public Information Act requires to be released. This really puts the County Attorney in a bad way because he advised the Commissioners that this was illegal yet he could lose his appointed job if he does not obey their orders. It's bad enough that some Commissioners disregard the law but worse that they challenge their staff to do their dirty work for them. It is just as important that we know who the Commissioners are communicating with by e mail as what they ar communicating. That is why the Public Information Act specifies this release of all information. The basic premise here is that whatever Commissioners or other elected officials have to send out by e mail from the County offices should be unadulterated facts, not political propoganda that they are free to send from their homes over their personal Internet Service Providers, not the County IT system. Nor should they use County staff to work on their own political agendas and political communications as I believe is currently occuring with one, perhaps two, of the Commissioners.
Judith M. Smith March 06, 2012 at 11:41 PM
I truly, truly, do not understand why the other three commissioners--who have the majority--let these loose cannons rattle and roll and do whatever and wherever the duo of Frazier and Rothschild want. It is embarrassing...
Buck Harmon March 06, 2012 at 11:46 PM
You would think that Shoemaker....being an attorney...would not tolerate the breaking of such important law. Lawyers that knowingly break the law should be held to an even greater degree of accountability.

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