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
The Carroll County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved adding a
staff member and increasing staff salaries in the Treasurer’s Office at
its regular meeting on Monday.
The Carroll Chamber of Commerce will hold its first legislative forum of
2017 on Saturday from 10 to 11 a.m. at the New Hope activities
building, 1211 E. 18th St.
A local business owner told the Carroll City Council this week she fears
a city project will hurt her chances of selling her business.
After some quick math, Carroll County Ambulance Service Director Pat
Gray agreed with the board of supervisors that the department is on pace
to log almost 5,000 hours of overtime this year if nothing is done to
Lake View City Council members tonight will consider a homeowner’s
request to allow a miniature horse in the city limits to provide therapy
to a child.
The ebb and flow of a downtown Carroll stoplight debate has come to a temporary halt.
The Carroll County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved the first
of three readings of a new solar-power amendment to the county’s zoning
ordinance during a public hearing on Monday.
Like soldiers on the European battlefields of World War I far too many
modern American politicians are engaged in trench warefare, a former top
national defense official and Washington insider says.
Now that a 90-day study is complete, the Carroll City Council will hear a
report on the potential removal of two sets of stoplights on U.S.
The Carroll County Board of Supervisors amended its budget to reflect
almost $74,000 in net spending previously unaccounted for at its regular
meeting on Monday.
A downtown Carroll business owner attended Monday night’s City Council
meeting to introduce what he feared would be a not-so-bright future of
Carroll’s commercial hub if a proposed stoplight removal moves forward.
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