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Frederick News Post (Newspaper) - December 13, 2012, Frederick, Maryland A in retell Nettie to established 1883 published 7 Days a week by Randall family Lac 351 Ballenger Center drive Frederick Maryland 21703 Myron w. Randall or. President. Randall family Lac Geordie Wilson publisher William b. Randall general manager. Ftp printing amp publishing Terry Headlee managing editor Edmond b. Gregory chief financial officer treasurer departments main number 301 662-1177 out of county 800 486-1177 newsroom 301 662-1178 Terry Headlee managing editor advertising 301 662-1162 Connie Hastings advertising manager circulation 301 662-1177 Kerry Turner circulation manager production 301-662-1177 Bart Bookman operations manager from Page one Sandy continued from a l any reimbursement the Federal emergency management Agency can Supply will come in Handy he said. A a we be already responded but it helps to cover those costs of responding a Kolbfleisch said. Seamus Mooney the county a director of emergency preparedness said Early estimates showed the storm Cost the county about $280,000. The county turned in its preliminary damage assessment about a week after Sandy hit and Mooney said the numbers Are continuing to increase As new costs Are added to the total. For the most part the county spent Money mobilizing agencies for emergency response and debris removal Mooney said. However there was some minor damage to county buildings from High winds or falling tree limbs he added. Flooding affected additional structures especially some at Pinecliffe Park. On wednesday at the county a Public safety training facility Mema officials explained to a group of More than 40 people what expenses Are eligible for Federal dollars. The Money became available to state and local government agencies and nonprofits after president Barack Obama issued a disaster declaration for Maryland in Sandy a Wake. Fema funding could apply to storm related damage that occurred from oct. 26 to nov. 4 or emergency or cleanup work resulting from the storm said Kelly Devilbiss state Public assistance officer during the meeting. Agencies should submit requests for Public assistance by dec. 20. After receiving the paperwork Fema will schedule meetings with individual applicants to help arrive at final reimbursement totals Mooney said. Local groups also can Start preparing for future disasters by asking for funding through a Hazard mitigation Grant program. Keith Brown Frederick a assistant Deputy director of Public works operations said this Money could help the City secure a Generator to Power the Public works facility. Without a Generator at the facility working around losses of Power during Sandy presented a Challenge for City staff he said. Mooney said the county also might be interested in an emergency Generator. Subscriptions Fez pay monthly $12.25 billed monthly with online Access. Seven Day Home delivery online 13 weeks $47.50 26 weeks $89.00 52 weeks $159.00 prices include subscription Lichi cry fees and tar More subscription choices 301 662-1177 circulation prices subject to terms amp conditions to place an and classified 301-6621182 classified fax 301-620-1590 classified display advertising 301-662-1163 display advertising fax 301-698-5206 display / online advertising 301-662-1163 announcements amp news news tips 301 662-1178 fax 301 662-8299 engagements 301 662-1162 weddings 301 662-1162 obituaries 301 662-1162 obituaries a letters photos photos a news Post com 301 662-1178 sports 301 662-1179 l spa 209-000 periodicals postage paid at Frederic k. My postmaster Send address changes to 351 Ballenger Center drive Frederick my 21703 staff photo by Travis s. Pratt Penny bulk Yewtang and Carlton Haas kiss after their wedding ceremony wednesday morning at the Frederick county courthouse. 12/12/12 correction policy the Frederick news Post wants to Correct mistakes promptly. If you believe we have made a mistake please Call Terry Headlee at 240-215-8630, or email him at Thead Leeta . Scan with a smartphone to View the Frederick news posts Mobile site continued from Al some couples consider numerical sequences a Harbinger of Good Fortune according to Bonnie Swanson events sales manager at Musket Ridge Golf club which hosts weddings. On 7/7/7, Swanson said the club booked two weddings one More than usual and could have booked a couple of More if time and space allowed. A we thought it was going to be a big Deal a she said referring to wednesday though no one in the end wound up booking the space. Ditto for a few other wedding Sites in Frederick county including Ceresville mansion and the Comus inn. But business was brisk at the courthouse 13 couples married wednesday As of a few minutes before the office closed to ceremonies. Kristy Hutzell supervisor of the License department at the circuit court said on a typical weekday her office will handle one or two weddings. Before noon wednesday there had already been three with wedding parties lining up outside the office waiting for their turn. Joni Stewart and Todd Carpenter decided about a month ago to marry wednesday after a decade As a couple they said. Stewart considered the sequence of the Date beforehand a but it Wasny to super critical a he said. A it seemed like it was time to get still the numerical congruence did no to preclude a Toast Over a celebratory lunch at 12 12 . No less he said. Carl Somerlock and Christy Moore said they decided to get married wednesday three Days ago after about a year together. Somerlock said the Date was a fun coincidence but had no mystical or numerological underpinnings for the couple. They both agreed the Date would serve to jog his memory when anniversary time rolled around. Helga Marin said her betrothed Enrique Espinoza came up with the idea to marry on 12/12/12 after eight years As a couple. A this is a once in a lifetime Date so i figured wed do it today a he said. A i thought it was a very special Day and ban continued from Al like to see tougher penalties for using or Selling the drug. Walkersville resident Harry Pettengill told commissioners that taking away retail licenses would have More Impact. He also suggested penalties for Selling the drug that include prison time. A a $1,000 Fine and 30 Days in jail is going to do nothing a Pettengill said. In response Weddle explained the limitations of the towns charter which does not allow officials to increase the punishment. In Thurmont a violation of the synthetic drug ordinance is a municipal infraction and carries a penalty of $250. Each Day of violation is deemed a separate violation. For the right of entry violation which Means an officer faces interference in inspecting the premises will have a penalty of $150 per violation. Once an administrative warrant is obtained anyone who interferes will face a Holiday i gifts on Sale olde Towne jewellers walk Viust �?�301-845-2200 penalty of $1,000 for each violation. Ordinances against the drug have residents including George Rudy pleased with wednesday nights decision. A a it a really a Public health and safety Issue that should be precluded from our society a Rudy said during the meeting. Town commissioners agreed while noting there have been no complaints about the drug being sold or used in Walkersville. Weddle said Banning synthetic marijuana was a proactive decision that has already stopped retailers from coming into town. In other parts of the county retailers Are getting rid of their inventory or pulling the product from shelves. Earlier this week a Gas station in Jefferson claimed oysters Fried Shamrock a in restaurant la. 15, hmm301-271-2912 it stopped Selling synthetic marijuana to customers even though it is Legal to sell it in parts of Frederick county. The Gas station had carried a variety of synthetic marijuana brands but the station would not comment on ending sales. Selling the drug has also resulted in an eviction notice for a Frederick businessman who had to pull the products from his shelves after the City banned the drug. Joe Cohen owner of Althea Alyce Gulliford a a Penny ifs Beni a year since you left us. We All miss your special phone Calls throughout the Day. I know you arc listening and watching Over us. We miss you so much. You re in our thoughts and our hearts. Mom you have always been my strength and tin Rock on Witch i stand. In be gained so much Wisdom guided by your gentle hand. Lax Mummy amp daddy l Yra amp kids berm Chuckie Cony amp Jamiles and your beloved husband Billy cd your ii mate comm Braula be Moil Amu dream maker bulk sales received an eviction notice from his landlord for Selling spice in his store just Southeast of Frederick. On tuesday Cohen a store was having an eviction Sale. Complaints about the drug have caused local lawmakers to take notice but for now their hands Are tied Frederick county commissioners president Blaine Young has said. A the Public is very concerned about this a Weddle said. Happy birthday Connie dec 13 1963-mar 04 2012 love and miss you mom and dad t amp family guitar lessons Steve to Filey Dpi Steur Stem gift certificates available imn. East Siree downtown Frederick this weeks special a amps High Energy suet Only 79c ired Crick s Complete Burden Center 151 Baughman a Lane a Frederick 301-694-7012 wonder Book House Calls for Large collections of 1,000 books. Buy i Book get i free help someone less fortunate. With this Coupon s i can of non perishable food. Buy 2, get 2 buy to get to. Multiple cans optional. In Awe purchases Only. Not valid on hold items free Book must be of equal or lower value. Exp. I2/5i/12 fair continued from Al been a fair Board member for 12 years. A everyone knows in a passionate about the he said he has no new plans on the horizon for the fair. A a in a just trying to get my feet wet. My main goal is to continue the initiatives the past president has worked on for the past three years a Bare said. A i think we be come a Long Way in terms of the improvements we made and the programs we be the challenges for fairs today Are immense Bare said and they include keeping the operation viable dealing with government regulations and monitoring costs. The great Frederick fair had its Best year on record in 2012, according to a fair Board news release. The fair would not divulge How much Money was raised but Bare said 2012 was the a highest grossing fair a which translates into increased attendance grandstand shows commercial exhibits new income from the Beer Garden and increased parking Revenue Bare said. The fairs of season rental Revenue also increased said Bare chairman of the fair boards of season rental committee. A however our expenses never Stop a he said. Bare said the renovated 12,000-Square-foot null building at the a vent Lex has been embraced by the Community but he added a we have clients that done to need a building quite As to accommodate other needs buildings 13, 14 and 14a on the Fairgrounds were renovated a to offer clients something in Between a Bare said a and since then our rental clients have used them and Are pleased with the a Frederick native Bare and his wife Barbara own a 45-acre farm where their daughter raises beef cattle. He started Reich a Ford truck amp tractor in 1971 and sold the business in 2006. He and Barbara bought . Duvall inc. A a farm equipment and Lawn and Garden company in 1991. Frederick used to be an agricultural Community Bare said and that change in resident makeup requires that the fair reach out to new Community members to educate them about Frederick county a agricultural heritage. A we have to preserve our agricultural heritage and it takes a viable fair to make that happen a Bare said. Other fair Board officers elected were Joseph f. Devilbiss vice president Robert Frank was re elected Secretary and Maurice Gladhill will continue serving As treasurer. The agriculture society Board re elected Charles Cramer Clyde Crum . Ramsburg or. James s. Grimes Nancy Hendricks Colby Hubble and Nancy Keller. In november John Murphy and Jacqui Kreh were elected to the great Frederick fair Board of directors due to the retirements of James e. Mcclellan and John Bell. Re elected As Legal counsel were Anne Rollins for the Frederick county agricultural society and Tim Hor Man for the great Frederick fair. Thank you a j he u ice and family of l. Edward Eddie Hyde wish to thank All those who helped us through this difficult time. Special i Hanks to his doctors and staff at Frederick memorial Hospital. We want to extend i special thanks to his nurses Kathy and Pete on the 4h floor the kindness and support of his employers and fellow workers at Edco. Abo the support of the employer and co workers of his wife at so Barrick Laurel Sand and travel and Savage Stone. Wife Jeanne Hyde and family i 5l c rail Rickii a Ria us of the my give j a a Chance free Vikt film 3 Sty my with Purchase of a medium drink amp Side item. Offer valid 12/13 from 10 30am-8pm. It we buy All books i dds cd every Day a Cash paid inc Felt books. 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