During Supervisor Mark Beardmore’s final meeting on Tuesday, the Carroll
County Board of Supervisors heard a number of funding requests from
local nonprofit organizations and considered a major lighting upgrade at
Carroll City Council members Tuesday night decided to appoint a
successor to outgoing at-large Councilman Brandon Vonnahme, who is
moving outside the city limits.
Carroll City Council members are intent on keeping the public library in the Farner Government Building and expanding it there.
After receiving proposed plans to renovate the Carroll Public Library
and City Hall that rang up around $7 million, the Carroll City Council
will decide where to go next at its upcoming meeting.
The Carroll County Board of Supervisors did not receive a single bid on
the Mallard View property after asking the public for proposals last
Carroll’s edge-of-town Subway location could have a new home after a
project that will widen U.S. Highway 30 at its Grant Road intersection
The Carroll County Jail Committee will visit the Montgomery County Joint
Law Enforcement Center in Red Oak to continue to gather information
about what sort of jail facility would work best in Carroll County.
The newest potential cost of expanding Carroll’s library and City Hall: $7 million.
The Carroll County Board of Supervisors agreed to move forward with
relocating a donated house to Swan Lake State Park to be used as a guest
cabin with a 4-1 vote at its regular meeting this morning.
Years of unanswered questions, unfinished proposals and a lack of
agreement. A million-dollar offer of a building. And now, six months of
The Carroll County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved forgiving
the December rent for Mallard View Care Facility on Monday after
administrators said all clients will be out by Dec. 1.
One of the Carroll City Council’s newest members — and its youngest — will step down next month after a year on the council.
Carroll’s City Council is considering the purchase of a “downtown
identification sign” its members hope would attract shoppers to
Carroll’s downtown offerings.
At its regular meeting on Monday, the Carroll County Board of
Supervisors unanimously approved the purchase of a new ambulance for the
county Ambulance Service at a total cost of $180,360.
The Carroll County Board of Supervisors awarded a year-long lease to the
county-owned farmland near Mallard View Assisted Living Center to the
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