Glade Valley Government 

Town of Walkersville Ethics Commission Vacancy

The Town of Walkersville is seeking applicants to serve on the Ethics Commission. The commission administers the Cod of Ethics, Chapter 26 of the Town Code. They review Financial Disclosure Forms, conflicts of interest, and insure that the Town is in compliance with State of Maryland ethics requirements. The Ethics Commission is an advisory board to the Burgess and Commissioners and includes three members and one alternate member. Anyone who would like to be considered to serve on the commission should submit a letter of interest and pertinent qualifications to…

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Glade Valley Government 

From the FNP: Walkersville green group, farmers market dissolve

A pair of green initiatives in Walkersville have gone gray, at least temporarily. Both the town Green Team, a sustainability-focused committee, and the seasonal farmers market have disbanded, as announced at the town meeting Wednesday. Commissioner Mary Ann Brodie-Ennis, who led the charge to create . . .  continue reading at The Frederick News Post

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Glade Valley Government 

Town of Walkersville Invites Bids on Trash Collection

Sealed bids will be accepted at the Walkersville Town Hall until 2:00 p.m., Thursday, May 24, 2018 for furnishing all labor; materials and equipment, and performing all work necessary and incidental to the weekly collection of trash. The contract area covers approximately 2,227 single family and townhouses, a semi-annual bulk trash pick-up and supplying, maintaining and servicing twice weekly-7 dumpsters throughout the Town of Walkersville. Bids shall be delivered and addressed to the Town of Walkersville, Yunellis Morales-Matias, P.O. Box 249, 21 W. Frederick Street, Walkersville, MD, 21793, and shall be clearly labeled “Trash Collection” by…

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Glade Valley Government 

From the FNP: Repaving, water line replacement for Walkersville’s Glade Village strain town coffers

Residents of Walkersville’s Glade Village could soon see their neighborhood’s rut-ridden and patch-covered roads repaved, with a new water line to boot. But the project’s price will run the town’s water fund into the red, according to a preliminary . . . continue reading at The Frederick News Post

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Emergency Management Partners with National Weather Service to Offer SKYWARN® Flood Course

Do you have an interest in weather, specifically, heavy rain and flooding? Would you like to be able to help your local National Weather Service office by providing the ground truth on the atmosphere that we observe from radar, satellites and various reporting stations? Then consider attending the SKYWARN® program Flood course. By attending this course, you will be trained by NWS personnel to recognize different types of flooding, learn how it is forecast and what causes it to occur, and get an in-depth look into the science of hydrology. The SKYWARN® Basics course is…

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