The Honorable Board of County Commissioners met today with
the following present: Roy W. Crow, Scott D. Livie, and William W. Pickrum,
Susanne Hayman, County Administrator, was also in attendance.
Minutes of the previous meeting were approved.
W. Roger Williams, Treasurer, reported a balance of $1,703,434.00.
Mike Waal, President of the Kent County Chamber of Commerce, appeared
and presented correspondence to the Commissioners, dated June 22, 2004,
and reiterating, on behalf of the Chamber, its support of a County owned
The Chamber recommends that the Commissioners engage in activities to
distribute the information contained and readily available in the Airport
Advisory Committee report to the County's citizens, and take appropriate
action to place a question on the November 2004 ballot, asking Kent Countians
whether or not they want a Kent County Municipal Airport constructed by
The County Administrator briefly outlined for Mr. Waal the legal process
for establishing the question for public referendum: only a local law
can be petitioned for referendum on the ballot in accordance with Article
25B, Section 10 of the Annotated Code of Maryland. The Commissioners thanked
Mr. Waal and the Chamber for their comments.
BAY BROADBAND COMMUNICATIONS (BBC)
Commissioners Crow and Livie attended the ribbon-cutting ceremony to inaugurate
the BBC in Kent County. The ceremony took place at 8:00 a.m. today at
the tower located in the Courtyard.
PROGRAM OPEN SPACE
The Commissioners approved and Commissioner Pickrum signed Program Open
Space Development and Capital Renewal Application and Project Agreement
to seek funding for the replacement of the Bath House roof, replacement
of step treads, hand railing and gazebo roof and new underground wiring
for boardwalk and security lighting at a cost not to exceed $19,400.
BOARD OF EDUCATION (BOE)
Correspondence was received from Frances W. Miller, Assistant Superintendent
of Administrative Services, submitting a budget adjustment for the unrestricted
and restricted portions of the current expense fund as approved by the
BOE at its June 7 meeting. It was noted that the original column of the
Restricted Fund as submitted did not balance. Ms. Miller will be contacted
for correction and, therefore, no action was taken at this time.
COMMISSION ON AGING
The Commissioners appointed Joan Groce as a member of the
Commission on Aging to fill an unexpired term ending December 31, 2005,
and Rebecca M. Startt to fill an unexpired term ending December 31, 2004.
Dr. Bonnie Ward, Superintendent of Kent County Public Schools, appeared
and responded to Commissioner Livie's inquiry as to whether or not she
has as yet discussed with the High School renovations' design team about
the County's interest to attach the proposed community center to the High
School building structure. Commissioner Livie explained that, given the
economy of scale, there would probably be a significant saving of money
if the community center was built attached to the High School structure
rather than built as a separate structure.
Dr. Ward responded by inviting the Commissioners to meet with design team
involved in the High School renovations and those involved with the plans
for the proposed community center.
The Commissioners agreed to a joint meeting to be scheduled in mid-July.
Gail Owings, Director of Planning and Zoning, reported that a Visioning
Session for the Comprehensive Plan Review will take place this evening
at 7:00 p.m. at the County High School.
COUNTY FUNDS/CAPITAL PROJECTS
Due to their being no meeting of the Board on June 29, the Commissioners
unanimously agreed to authorize Commissioner Crow to accept the low bid
on interest rates to be sought for funding in the amount of $888,853 to
be borrowed by the end of the fiscal year for the following capital projects:
Detention Center roof and infrastructure, Library Hearse House, Chesapeake
College Dorchester Building, and Fiscal Year 2004 Board of Education Capital
The Commissioners approved the expenditure of an amount not to exceed
$18,000 out of contingency for an audio system for the County Commissioners'
Hearing Room. The Commissioners also approved the expenditure of a work
station and accessories in the County Commissioners' Office within budget.
The Commissioners approved the expenditure in the amount of $2,286 out
of contingency for the purchase of two computers ($1,726); four table
chairs and one desk chair ($560) for the Personnel Office.
COUNTY OWNED VEHICLES
In follow up to bid opening held on June 10 and as recommended by the
County Administrator, the Commissioners approved to award contract for
vehicle maintenance to the low bidder, Joey's Auto.
A bid opening took place at 2:00 p.m. on June 18, 2004 at the Public Works
Complex for custodial services for the Kent County Public Library. Only
one bid was received. The bid received was from Rosalind Beck in the amount
of $630 per month. It was noted that this bid is $15 less per month than
the current provider. The Commissioners agreed to award the contract to
The Commissioners approved the expenditures in the approximate amount
of $2,000 out of contingency for a cabinet to protect the data processing
equipment in the Budget and Accounting Office.
DEPARTMENT OF WATER AND WASTEWATER SERVICES
Wayne Morris, Director, Department of Water and Wastewater Services, appeared
and reported on the following:
Rock Hall Service Area- A letter went forth, as per the Commissioners'
request, to Ronald H. Fithian, Town Manager, Rock Hall, conveying the
Board's agreement to meet with Mayor Jay Jacobs and the Town Council of
Rock Hall to discuss the feasibility study concerning the Rock Hall Service
Area on August 2, 2004, at 7:00 p.m., in the Rock Hall Council Chambers.
Piney Neck/Skinners Neck/Wesley Chapel Service Area
The Commissioners signed a Public Works Agreement by and between the Board
and Leah Jester Kelley for one sewer allocation for Ms. Kelley's property
shown on Tax Map 51, Parcel 378, Lot # 2.
Mr. Morris referred to correspondence received from Stanley P. Watkins,
Jr., M.D., dated May 28, 2004, owner of the property known as Spencer
Farms, requesting a connection from his farm to the County sewer system.
Dr. Watkins explained that during the winter of 2003, he placed ten 2'
4"pipes in various locations on his farm. Only one of these met the requirement
for a mound system.
After careful consideration, Dr. Watkins indicated that he realized that
any mound system would be marginal because of the high water table and,
therefore, he would like to build a house and connect his farm to the
County's sewer system. Dr. Watkins also stated that appropriate engineering
studies have already been performed which confirm the feasibility of the
establishing the connection, as well as determining the necessary equipment.
He further explained that Spencer Farm consists of 190 acres which have
been placed in an environmental trust and, therefore, no more than two
building sites can be placed on the farm. In Dr. Watkin's opinion, careful
planning and landscape design will assure the rural nature of the farm
and will minimize any disturbance to the watershed of Herrington Creek
and Grays Inn Creek.
Mr. Morris indicated that Dr. Watkins' request would require a line extension,
which would be Dr. Watkins' responsibility to install and maintain; the
County's responsibility would be to provide a grinder pump.
Mr. Morris also indicated that he will provide more information to the
Board, pending information based on a review of Dr. Watkins' request by
the Planning and Zoning Administration.
No further action was taken.
Consumer Confidence Reports (CCR) - Pursuant to Federal and State
requirements, Consumer Confidence Reports, "Annual Drinking Water Quality
Reports," were prepared by the Department of Water and Wastewater Services
for the Worton, Edesville, Fairlee, and Kennedyville Service Areas and
mailed to the respective residents therein, dated July 1, 2004, and representing
the monitored period of January 1999 through February 2003. This analysis
for each of the above mentioned Service Areas was based on a review of
the water quality data, potential sources of contamination, aquifer characteristics,
and well integrity.
It was determined from recent evaluations completed by the Maryland Department
of the Environment that the drinking water in each of these Service Areas
is safe and meets all Federal and State requirements for safe drinking
water and is not susceptible to microbiological contaminants and/or additional
inorganic/volatile/synthetic and radiological compounds.
A completed source water assessment is available at the Department of
Water and Wastewater Services for review, upon request.
Millington Water System Project - Due to the bid coming in higher
than anticipated, Mr. Morris reported that he met with Farmer's Home/Rural
Development for further review of the project. As a result of this meeting,
the Rural Development has come up with additional grant/loan participation
to be determined once the contract is signed and the project is awarded.
A motion was made by Commissioner Crow, seconded by Commissioner Livie,
and made unanimous by Commissioner Pickrum to authorize award of contract
for the Millington Water System Project to the lowest bidder, with the
condition that the pipes used be of the same standard of specifications
as used currently.
Correspondence was received from the following members of the Steering
Committee of the Coopers Lane Group, with representatives from Kinnaird
Point Property Owners Association (KPPOA), Clearview Homeowners Association
(CHA) and Independent Residents of Coopers Lane, directed to Congressman
Wayne Gilchrest: Richard Feeny and John Jopling of CHA, Wally Gordon,
Ray Richards, and Steve Russell of KPPOA, and Jane Huskill and Jerry Smith
- both independent.
The individuals listed above expressed their concern about the proposal
to expand Drayton Retreat Center into a retreat, spa, and conference center
citing primarily, what they believe to be, the increase in Drayton's water
consumption and wastewater output from less than 5,000 gallons per day
to volumes approaching or exceeding 15,000 gallons per day, thereby exceeding
Kennedyville's current estimated treatment of approximately 20,000 gallons
The above persons also requested that Congressman Gilchrest's office arrange
an appointment for Mr. Drew Lausch, a representative of the Environmental
Protection Agency, to discuss the issue of small package wastewater treatment
and large septic systems with them as part of his assessment of wastewater
treatment in their election district.
In a Memorandum received from P.A.M. Schaller, Director of Economic Development,
the following topics were noted: Kent County Business Park at Worton
- Ms. Schaller invited John Kling, Soil Conservationist, to present to
the Commissioners a review of stormwater management from the vantage points
of State and Federal guidelines that must be integrated into the KRM Project
approval process. Bay Broadband Communications (BBC)
- Ms. Schaller made reference to an article, "Eastern Shore, Hungry for
High-Speed Internet Access, Gets a Player" that appeared in The Daily
Record, by Andrea Cecil. Board of Education
- Ms. Schaller made reference to an article in the e-mail newsletter,
Leadership Maryland, which indicated that the Board of Commissioners of
Cecil and St. Mary's Counties meet informally once a month with their
respective Board of Education to share information and to find solution
Correspondence was received from Robert Agee, President of Forvm Foundation,
indicating that the Forvm for Rural Maryland, the State's independent
rural development council, changed its name to The Rural Maryland Council,
and relocated its offices to Annapolis.
Mr. Agee also indicated that the Rural Maryland Council is planning to
hold a special event in January 2005 in Annapolis to celebrate both the
Rural Maryland Council's 10 years of service in partnering with rural
leaders to improve the quality of life, and to celebrate rural communities
across the State.
HOTEL RENTAL TAX
Susanne Hayman, County Administrator, reported on her discussion with
Mayor Margo Bailey concerning the proposed Hotel Tax. The Town is seeking
additional staffing for the Visitors' Center and requests that the County
provide personnel and/or funding, therefore, for 13 staff hours. The cost
for 13 staff hours is almost $6,000. The Commissioners agreed with this
KENT COUNTY WEB SITE
The Commissioners approved the implementation of a "suggestion box" to
be available to the citizens of Kent County on the County's website, www.kentcounty.org
, with the proviso that all suggestions made would remain anonymous.
County Attorney, Alexander P. Rasin, III, Andrew Bradley, and Dan Saunders,
Esq., representing Mr. Bradley, appeared at Mr. Saunders' request. Others
in attendance were Dr. and Mrs. Rick Wirtz, Dr. Teresa Schaefer, Pam Cambardella,
a representative from Dr. David Smith's office, Lisa Raffetto, a local
realtor, P.A.M. Schaller, Director of Economic Development, Tom Beckett,
Chair, Economic Development Advisory Board, and members of the media.
Mr. Saunders indicated that his client was interested to finally "put
to rest" some outstanding issues pertaining to the LaMotte property as
it pertains to ownership by the County and the 2.5 acres to be assigned
to Mr. Bradley.
Some of the issues cited were: transportation access from MD Route 291;
the exact delineation of the property, particularly concerning ownership
of the existing pond, etc.
Commissioner Crow advised that the Board has not been able to make any
definitive determination about the property because it is waiting to receive
the economic feasibility report about the potential utilization of the
property. He said that the Board expects to receive the report in approximately
Mr. Bradley stated that he was under the misconception that said study
was a site plan. Mr. Rasin suggested that the Board complete the subdivision
application and submit it to the Chestertown Planning Commission. The
2.5 acres to be assigned to Mr. Bradley originally included the westerly
end to the railroad tracks to the southwest corner abutting the tracks
and fronting MD Route 291.
Mr. Bradley indicated that he has not been able to proceed with his plans
for his portion of the property given that he was not aware of the County's
plans for its portion.
Commissioner Crow stated that once the Board receives the information
based on the economic feasibility of the property, it will be able to
begin making decisions.
Mr. Bradley would like to know if his property is going to include the
Commissioner Livie advised that it is the interest of the Board to maintain
the original configuration of the property lines.
Commissioner Crow concurred.
Since the Commissioners agree that there will be no change in the configuration
of the 2.5 acres, Mr. Rasin will proceed by contacting Michael Scott,
Surveyor, to prepare the plat of the entire tract of land to be submitted
to the Chestertown Planning Commission.
Responding to Mr. Bradley's questions, Commissioner Livie indicated that
the Board is not opposed to private ownership of the pond and that it
is not the preference of the Board to subdivide the County's portion of
Mr. Rasin advised that the original agreement between the County and Mr.
Bradley does not preclude cooperation of both parties concerning transportation
access to and from the property.
Commissioner Livie questioned Mr. Bradley as to his intention for the
use of the property.
Mr. Bradley stated that no decision had been made.
Responding to a question posed by Dr. Wirtz as to whether or not the Board's
vision for the use of the LaMotte property would come to fruition, Commissioner
Livie indicated that the information gained from the feasibility study
would be a key step in formulating a vision.
He added that, at the present time, the Board is interested in the following:
the highest and best use of the property that is economically sustainable
and able to create higher-paying jobs; that the property be aesthetically
pleasing; and that the property would be accessible to the public.
Following receipt of the feasibility study, the next step would entail
the Board's discussion with architects about a concept of use and design
that would be supported by the feasibility study, to be followed by the
need to address any environmental issues.
He indicated that prior to the formulation of a Request for Proposal,
all of the above issues and discussions would have to be addressed.
Commissioner Crow concurred, adding the additional step of presenting
the plan for the approval of the Chestertown Planning Commission which,
he noted, is understandably concerned that the plan's design should fit
well architecturally with the rest of the Town.
Responding to questions posed by Mrs. Raffetto, Commissioners Crow and
Livie indicated that, as described above, that it would be a lengthy process
before a prospective buyer/builder could begin construction. They confirmed
that access to the property would be via MD Route 291.
A question was raised as to whether or not the two properties known as
the LaMotte property could be developed independently of each other.
Commissioners Livie and Crow answered in the affirmative. Commissioner
Livie added that there are many issues and questions to be addressed,
such as whether it is more economically feasible to rent lots, or to offer
the space for condominiums, or to offer outright ownership.
Another question was raised as to whether or not the Commissioners had
any problem with subdividing the lot to be assigned to Mr. Bradley.
The Commissioners advised that it would not be their preference; they
would like to see the lot developed as a full unit with the best use of
At 10:30 a.m., a motion was made by Commissioner Crow, seconded by Commissioner
Livie and made unanimous by Commissioner Pickrum to go into executive
session with Thomas N. Yeager, County Attorney, for legal counsel in accordance
with State Government Article, Section 10.508 of the Annotated Code of
Items of discussion included tax sale properties, revolving loan fund,
Kennedyville Service Area Land Acquisition project.
The executive session adjourned at 11:10 a.m
LOCAL MANAGEMENT BOARD
The Commissioners approved and signed Grant Award for funding approved
for the Local Management Board from the Governor's Office of Crime Control
and Prevention for the following programs:
Project Entitled: YS3/Kent/CaSAStart in accordance with the Safe and Drug
Free Schools and Communities Act; $109,590 awarded funds; $27,398 in kind
match. YS3/Kent/DMR/Yr2 in accordance with the Juvenile Justice Delinquency
Prevention Formula Grant (Title II of the JJDP Act of 1974); $33,205 awarded
funds; $32,750 in-kind match. YS3/Kent/Youth Leadership Institute in accordance
with the Substance Abuse Prevention Initiative; $24,800 awarded funds;
$5,875 in-kind match. YS3/Kent/Reconnecting Youth in accordance with the
Substance Abuse Prevention Initiative; $30,050 awarded funds; $9,977 in-kind
match. YS3/Kent/Teen Court in accordance with the Temporary Aid for Needy
Families; $17,910 awarded funds; $6,000 in-kind match.
MID-SHORE SOLID WASTE FACILITY
Commissioner Crow gave a report based on discussions of the Mid-Shore
Regional Council and information received from the Maryland Environmental
Services (MES) and Waste Management Program. The consortium of Counties
responsible for the Mid-Shore Solid Waste Facility (Kent, Queen Anne's,
Talbot, and Caroline Counties) were informed by MES that the currently
used landfill "cell" is projected to reach its capacity in three years
and, therefore, the consortium will have to decide to open its fourth
cell or to raise the level of the remaining cells.
The consortium has also learned that Dorchester County owns a large landfill
which is not being utilized to its maximum capacity. Susanne Hayman, County
Administrator, indicated that the respective County administrators of
the consortium will be meeting on July 28 to discuss the above information,
and that MES has requested that the consortium members sign a Memorandum
Commissioner Crow advised that the consortium will have to make a determination
soon because the engineering process required to open the cell would have
to begin very soon.
Commissioner Livie suggested that Kent County should start projecting
expenses and saving money towards its responsibility for providing a regional
landfill in 2050.
Commissioner Pickrum advised that the responsibility of the County is
the provision of land for the landfill, and that the County would fund
the capital expenses through the bond market.
Commissioner Crow indicated that it is the responsibility of the consortium
to pay for the operations of the landfill.
Commissioner Pickrum concurred with Commissioner Livie that it would be
wise for the County to begin its considerations of a location and to begin
to project its financial obligations for the construction of the landfill
in Kent County in 2050.
No further action was taken.
The Human Resources Director will send out a memorandum to County employees
encouraging them to utilize the availability of direct deposit. S. Martin
Hale, who was recently employed as Personnel Coordinator, appeared to
meet with the Board.
The Commissioners welcomed him aboard and recommended he attend a seminar
on COBRA compliance.
At 11:35 a.m., a motion was made by Commissioner Crow, seconded by Commissioner
Livie and passed by the majority of the Board to go into executive session
to discuss personnel matters in accordance with State Government Article,
Section 10.508 of the Annotated Code of Maryland.
Ed Robinson, Human Resources Director, was in attendance.
The executive session adjourned at 12:00 noon.
The Commissioners received correspondence from Gail Owings, Director of
Planning and Zoning, reporting that on July 1, 2004 at 1:30 p.m. the Planning
Commission will review an application submitted by KRM Development Corporation
requesting preliminary site plan approval for a 4,000 square foot office
building and a 4,000 square foot warehouse for Alger Oil at Commerce Road
and Worton Road in the Third Election District. The property is zoned
The Commissioners approved and signed proclamation recognizing Major Michael
S. Panos of the Maryland State Police who is retiring after thirty-two
years of dedicated service.
In follow up to bid opening held on June 15, a motion was made by Commissioner
Crow, seconded by Commissioner Pickrum and passed by the majority of the
Board to award to bid to FAM and M at a cost of $52,193 since it was felt
that it was in the County's best interest to contract locally.
Commissioner Livie recused himself from voting on this matter.
PUBLIC LANDINGS AND FACILITIES BOARD
The Commissioners approved the following recommendations submitted by
the Board of Public Landings and Facilities at its meeting on June 7:
- the request of the Rock Hall Fallfest Committee for the use of Bayside
bulkhead and Sharp Street pier for September 24 through 26, 2004;
- that a sign be placed on Sharp Street pier, stating that the pier is
closed to vehicular traffic ($100 fine, otherwise);
- that the following projects be requested for Fiscal Year 2006 Department
of Natural Resources grants: $100,000 for phase two of Turner's Creek
jetty (100% grant), $100,000 for phase two of Bayside bulkhead (matching
grant), $50,000 for Quaker Neck ramp (100% grant) and $50,000 for Shipyard
ramp (100% grant).
The Commissioners requested the painting and carpeting projects for the
Public Works Complex be bid out and the Fiscal Year 2005 budget will be
amended to reflect this expenditure.
Community Work Program - The Commissioners formally recognized
Robert Sparre for his years of service as the Director for the Community
Work Program. Mr. Sparre, who is retiring after serving the County for
22 years, was presented with a framed County Seal by the Commissioners
to honor his years of service. Al Streelman, the newly appointed Director,
was also in attendance.
Retiring School Teachers: The Commissioners recognized Doug Walters,
a teacher of the Kent County Public Schools for 31 and one-half years
upon the occasion of his retirement. Mrs. Chris Walters and Dr. Bonnie
Ward, Superintendent of Kent County Public Schools, were also in attendance.
Mr. Walters was honored for his dedicated service to the students of the
County and was presented with a Certificate of Appreciation and a framed
County Seal. Ms. Marjorie Baker was unable to attend; however, she will
be schedule to meet with the Board at a later time.
Gail Owings, Director, Planning and Zoning, appeared and indicated that
the County has received a revised standard sediment control plan. Amy
Moredock, Environmental Planner, was also in attendance. Mrs. Owings reported
that this plan applies to small projects such as new single family dwellings.
The standard plan was revised to reflect the requirements of the Maryland
Department of the Environment (MDE).
The need to revise the standard plan was identified during the Maryland
Department of the Environment's sediment control delegation review. The
Kent County Soil and Water Conservation District revised the plan with
comments from MDE and the Planning Department.
SHORE EROSION CONTROL PROGRAM
Correspondence was received from the Shore Erosion Control Director, Department
of Natural Resources, advising that the Modified Shore Erosion Control
Project Agreement for the installation of a structural shore erosion control
project at Montana Avenue and Bayview Drive in Kent County has been executed
by the Department of Natural Resources. This correspondence constitutes
the County's authorization to proceed with this project.
STATE HIGHWAY ADMINISTRATION (SHA)
The Commissioners approved and signed a letter to be sent to Raja Veeramachaneni,
Director, Office of Planning and Preliminary Engineering, Maryland State
Highway Administration, indicating that, as a result of the cooperative
effort of the Department of Public Works, County Roads, and Planning and
Zoning Staff, a list of County Roads was submitted for reclassification
during the most recent SHA Highway Functional Classification for approval
by the Federal Highway Administration.
The list is the result of the cooperative effort of SHA and local agency
representatives, including Ed Spray, Superintendent of County Roads, Carter
Stanton, Director of Public Works, and Mrs. Owings.
UPPER SHORE REGIONAL COUNCIL
Commissioner Crow advised that Mayor Bailey has agreed to work out an
agreement for the administrative staff of the Upper Shore Regional Council
to use office space located in the Visitors Center.
Amy Moredock, Environmental Planner, appeared and responded to Commissioner
Livie's request for an update on the algae proliferation on Urieville
Lake. Gail Owings, Director of Planning and Zoning, was also in attendance.
She reported that the Gannett Fleming Engineering Company involved in
the proposed Urieville Lake project is currently in the process of collecting
the comments received during the requisite public commentary period, which
is now closed, and that said comments will be posted and made available
to the public by the end of this July.
Ms. Moredock also reported that the Section 206 funding for the participation
of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers was cut. Ms. Moredock expressed her
belief that a community forum will be organized for discussions as to
the future of the Urieville Lake project and that she hopes that the County
will be able to acquire local funding for the project.
Commissioner Pickrum requested that a letter go forth to Senator Edward
Pipkin requesting his assistance with determining sources of funding for
the proposed Urieville Lake project.
Expressing his interest in exploring options for the removal of the extensive
algae growth on Urieville Lake, Commissioner Livie indicated that he would
contact a chemical company, with which he is acquainted, in order to inquire
about a safe, organic chemical treatment that removes algae growth.
No further action was taken.
Correspondence was received Sue E. Leager, Director, Department of Aging,
Queen Anne's County, with congratulations extended to Susanne Hayman upon
her appointment as the County Administrator of Kent County. She requested
of Ms. Hayman an opportunity to discuss transferring the administration
of the Maryland Transportation Administration (MTA) grants to another
agency and about the possibility of coordinating the Kent County grants
with the existing MTA routes in Queen Anne's County.
The County Administrator reported that she and Ed Robinson, Human Resources
Director, met on June 21 with regional county administrators of Caroline,
Queen Anne's and Talbot to discuss pending transportation issues. Commissioner
Crow recommended that a meeting be scheduled with, Sue E. Leager, Director,
Department of Aging, Queen Anne's County.
ZONING TEXT AMENDMENT
WRIGHT LAND DEVELOPMENT
An application for a Zoning Text Amendment was received from Carl Wright,
of Wright Land Development, LLC, of Swarthmore, Pennsylvania, and will
be forwarded to the Planning Commission for review and recommendation.
Gail Owings, Director of Planning and Zoning, advised that Mr. Wright's
application will be reviewed at the July 1 meeting of the Planning Commission.
There being no further business to claim their attention, the Board adjourned
to meet again on Tuesday, July 6, 2004.
There will be no meeting of the County Commissioners on June 29 due to
THE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
OF KENT COUNTY, MARYLAND
Janice F. Fletcher
Approved: William W. Pickrum, President
Please contact Ileana Lindstrom or Janice Fletcher at (410)
778-7435 or by e-mail with
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