Glade Valley Government 

Town of Walkersville Seeks General Maintenance Tech

The Town is currently accepting applications for a skilled position responsible for the assisting in the repair and maintenance of streets and roads, storm drainage systems, water treatment plant, water distribution systems, parks and grounds, buildings and facilities, automotive and equipment. Exemplary driving record a must with ability to obtain a CDL license. Ability, willingness, and flexibility to work evenings and weekends during emergencies. Must pass a physical and drug test. Salary 30-35K, depending on experience/abilities. Job description and application available at Town Hall, 21 West Frederick Street, Walkersville, MD…

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Elections 

Kavonté Duckett Seeks Democratic Nomination for County At-Large Seat

A Heart for the Community As a lifelong Fredericktonian, I was raised by a village of people that included my parents, extended family, friends, neighbors, teachers, mentors, and others who took interest in my well-being (many who are members of Asbury UMC). For me, they were the driving force that provided support (via transportation to events, funds when needed, moral guidance, and so much more), encouragement (through role models and exposing me to future possibilities), and accountability (by ensuring that I stayed on the right track and faced consequences when…

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Glade Valley Government 

Walkersville Burgess and Commissioner Inducted into Hall of Fame

Burgess Chad Weddle and Town Commissioner Debbie Zimmerman were inducted into the Maryland Municipal League’s Hall of Fame. The Maryland Municipal League honors officials who have served over twenty years to municipal governments. To date, only two-hundred sixty people have been honored with induction to the Hall of Fame. Burgess Chad Weddle was first elected a Walkersville Town Commissioner in 1996. He was re-elected seven times to that position. In 2015, Weddle was elected to his first term as Burgess. Town Commissioner Debbie Zimmerman was also first elected Town Commissioner…

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Elections 

Justin Kiska Seeks Republican Nomination for County Council At Large Seat

Frederick County has been Justin’s home since he was five years old and his family moved to Maryland from Northwestern Pennsylvania. Growing up in Walkersville, he graduated from Walkersville High School in 1997 then attended The George Washington University where he earned a degree in Communications and studied Political Science. While still in college, Justin joined the Presidential Campaign of Former Transportation and Labor Secretary Elizabeth Dole, starting as a volunteer and working his way up to joining the Campaign Finance staff. Following the campaign, he went to work for…

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