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Cumberland Times News (Newspaper) - November 30, 2007, Cumberland, Maryland Undefeated campers face 11-1 mariners Allegany could earn Chance to play for ninth football state title Santa saturdays at Rocky Gap St. Nick takes a regular part at Mountain reflections inside today a see sports 1c a see Region 1b it a i Cumberland a times a new serving Western Maryland and the Potomac Highlands of West Virginia vol.68-no. 329 Cumberland Maryland i Friday november 30,2007 daily single copy in my 57c/single copy in we amp a 56c sunday $1.25graveyard shift once considered a Wacky concept cancer researchers now Are set to consider overnight work As a possible Carcinogen like exhaust fumes or us rays. Scientists believe the hours might be disrupting the night workers biological clock. Zoning hearing postponed changes made at oct. 17 planning meeting concern local organizations court of appeals hears Terrapin run Case arguments Kevin Spradlin times news staff Vuu ter Cumberland a the Allegany county commissioners decided on thursday to postpone a Public hearing for the la Vale Region plan until january. The meeting had been set for i . On dec. 6. Planning coordinator Phil Hager said he recommended the county commissioners reschedule the hearing to allow the planning and zoning commission to consider a recent request for an amendment to the plan. The planning commission will hold its own Public hearing on the matter at 7 . Dec. 19. At the planning and zoning commissions nov. 5 meeting a handful of residents identifying themselves Quot it s not like the Public has t had any input in this. They be had a lot of input. To Dale Lewis Allegany county commissioner As the Garden City homeowners association asked that their 58-Home subdivision be designated Low density residential development instead of medium density. The planning commissioners were concerned the group did no to speak for the major a see postponed 7a Brian Witte Assi Xii died Frens Fri it Annapolis a Maryland a highest court heard arguments thursday in a dispute Over a proposed 4,300-unit residential development on the Edge of Western Maryland a Green Ridge state Forest. The Case before the court of appeals could have significant implications on How future development takes place in Maryland s Rural areas As the states population continues to grow. William Wantz an attorney representing opponents of the Terrapin run project in Allegany county contended that Maryland a planning philosophy encourages counties to direct growth to areas where Infra Quot we re advocating the right of local governments and local boards to decide their own plan and what s Robert Paye attorney representing pc inc. Structure already exists to support development not to Remote Rural areas. See arguments 7a Mai two partly sunny i acc weather forecast on 8a markets a Dow 13,311.73 = 22.28 of sep 500 1,469.72 = 0.70 a Nash a 2,668.13 = 5.22 business 5a athletes reflect on vulnerability Page two fed hints at rate reduction business 5a Secretary a gifts going too far daily break 50 Burke on Earl a the Pearl county schools will see funding drop in vake of special session Jennifer Raley times news staff it Kiter Cumberland a the $152-million reduction in state Aid to school systems passed by the Maryland general Assembly will result in Allegany county seeing a $3,053,900 reduction of what was expected under Thornton funding in fiscal 2009. A obviously Many counties Are disappointed with this reduction in funding however the Allegany county Board of education anticipated such shortfalls and we believe that some of the fiscally responsible Steps we be taken will allow us to Deal with these changes As effectively As possible a said Allegany county Board of education president Jeff Metz. Randy Bittinger the boards finance director is await a see session 7afunding to fight Garrett Gypsy Moths Cut sports to Sarah Moses times news staff writer Mchenry a As the season for spraying of annual pests a the Gypsy Moth caterpillars a approaches Garrett county residents seeking funding continue to be disappointed As a promoted Cost share program has been Cut. Chad Bucklew District conservationist for Garrett county through the . Natural resources conservation service said As of nov. I a a arcs Field staff were informed the decision was made at the National level that there would be no Cost the previously publicized Quot they promised Money and then took it away. It would have been a very Good plan. There were people expecting a very Nice Chuck Hoffeditz chairman Garrett county Forest conservancy Board program would have Given about $30 per acre for the spraying to qualifying landowners who have at least to acres of Forest land on their property. Bucklew said that in Garrett county head spoken to at least 30 land owners which would have amounted to a few thousand acres in the county being sprayed. Carl Robinette District conservationist for Allegany county said that he had gone through the preliminary Steps As Well. A we put out news releases encouraging people to sign up with the program a Robinette said. A then the National office told us that the Cost share would not be according to Mark Rose assistant state conservationist the arcs could not justify spending the dollars from the general economic Quality incentive program funds without a guaranteed successful outcome. A your goal is to see a significant outcome to have the Forest survive a Rose said. A there is not enough information that every Dollar spent will have a reasonable outcome and that the Forest cover will survive to next Rose explained that the program could be picked up in future years. A for the Garrett county Forest conservancy Board it has been just one More setback in trying to get the funding to Spray pesticides for the insects that defoliated More than 45,000 acres in the county this year. According to the Board the Only Money that has been guaranteed so far is to come from Garrett county. Chuck Hoffeditz Board chairman said he was disappointed at the withdrawal of the Cost share. A we have crafted a letter to arcs and sent a copy to various officials a Hoffeditz said. A they promised Money and then took it away. It would have been a very Good plan. There were people expecting a very Nice Sarah Moses can be reached at Smo Setji times nets com 6 971 13 03510 6 the Cumberland times news is printed on newsprint that has recycled Content this newspaper is recyclable it h ii Only 10% Down 301-722-0107 f Meta just delivered name Brand items at warehouse prices 60 Day layaway a blk uquto8tors must be picked up by december 15, 2007 j i 143 East Offutt Street Cumberland my 21502 a a a classic a Book which people Praise and Don t a Mark Twain 1835-1910 Page finder a business. 5a a classified ads. .4-7c a crossword. 6b a daily break 5d a deaths. 3b a editorial. 4b a lotteries. 2a a sports. .1-3c window shopping town Centre visit Wesley Haines times news Bishop Walsh first Grade students Willow Lindelof Kaye Lin Cosgrove and Trenton Tichnell look in the window of Robert s confections at Bells that Are made of chocolate arranged As a tree during their visit to town Centre thursday. The students were on a Field trip to meet Cumberland mayor Lee Fiedler and visit Mam bakery Susquehanna Bank Roberts confections and other stores along the Way

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