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Frederick News Post (Newspaper) - December 13, 2012, Frederick, Maryland
She Cheruk Neuia a Jim daily poll question cast your vote Post a comment and Check out a previous poll results at ? today we ask a Google has released the top online searches for 2012. Of the top four which topic did you search for the most a Whitney Houston a ipad 3 la pay gang Nam style a superstore Sandy a none of the above yesterday we asked thursday december 13, 2012 a should the reference to Santa smoking a pipe be removed in a twas the night before Christmas Quot Here show you responded a yes. Santa should be a non smoker 13 percent a no Don t touch the classics 87 percent a i m More upset that he so dressed All in fur Quot 0 percent i local briefs from staff reports Public invited to daughters Blessing a soon to be blessed renovation has rejuvenated the place hat More than fulfilled St. Elizabeth Ann Seton a 19th-Century vision. It the Public is invited to attend the official Blessing of the renovated daughters of Charity Campus in Emmitsburg 333 s. Seton ave., at 2 30 . Friday. Nestled in what St. Elizabeth Ann Seton first called a St. Josephus Valley is the daughters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul a St. Joseph House on the Emmitsburg Campus. The Campus includes St. Josephus ministries the National shrine of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton and the provincial archives. The Blessing of the Campus is to be Given by the revs. Tom Mckenna . Steve Trzecieski . And Robert Stone . The program will begin in the Pavilion Entrance of St. Josephus ministries and move into the Basilica of the shrine followed by Tours of the Campus. The program will include selections from the Bell choir of St. Joseph school in Martinsburg . In 1809, when Seton first travelled to the area now known As Emmitsburg it was to nurture her foundling Community that followed the Rule of St. Vincent de Paul and St. Louise de Marillac and to establish a girls school. The current Structure was completed in 1964. More than 395,000 Square feet the building has been updated and renovated. A Patti s. Borda Leader sign up for Alert system Middletown residents Are encouraged to sign up for Alert Frederick county a voluntary emergency notification system. Seamus Mooney director of Frederick county emergency preparedness told the Burgess and commissioners during a town meeting monday night that registering for the system at helps emergency workers keep the Public afe. For example if a truck carrying a hazardous material overturns residents within a three mile radius May be contacted by text email or Telephone and will be asked to stay inside Mooney said. A Ike Wilson Delaney names chief of staff John Delaney the democratic congressman elect in the 6th District on wednesday announced his picks for several key staff positions pfc for his chief of staff Jelaney chose John Mons if Tjho previously was chief of staff for . Rep. Louise Slaughter d-n.y., according to a news release. Mons if has five years of experience on Capitol Hill As a chief of staff and legislative director. He also spent seven years in the private sector. Delaney a District director will be Lisa Bianco former Maryland political director for . Rep. Steny Hoyer d-5th, the release stated. Delaney who last month unseated 20-year incumbent . Rep. Roscoe Bartlett a also named his campaigns communications director will Mcdonald As communications director for his congressional office. Outside of the congressional office Delaney a Campaign manager Justin Schall will stay on As senior adviser to handle Delaney a political operations. Delaney will be sworn into office Jan. 3. A Bethany Rodgers complaint has county asking for help ethics officials request Marks first time Leader has sought advice from commissioners by Bethany Rodgers news Post staff Rodgers u Frederick county ethics officials Are requesting outside Legal help As they prepare to sift through an extensive complaint. Hayden Duke who was appointed to the Frederick county ethics commission in August 2011 and serves As its chairman said this is the first time in his tenure that the group has asked county commissioners for permission to bring in Legal counsel. Duke brought up the request near the end of the commissions meeting monday resting his hand on a thick pile of papers he identified As the complaint. A it is very comprehensive a he said of the submitted document. Linda Thall senior assistant county attorney and adviser to the commission said she hoped by the weeks end to have direction from county commissioners about whether to secure Legal counsel. On wednesday Duke declined to describe the alleged ethics violation or name the people involved in it. Complaints Are typically handled confidentially and commission members want to make sure the review is fair and objective Duke said. During mondays meeting Duke mentioned that the person who submitted the complaint had contacted him to Check on its status. A this can be a lengthy process As i advised the complainant a Duke said. Monday night the ethics officials talked about ending the Public portion of their meeting to discuss the complaint. However they decided to hold off on tackling the Issue until they have Legal counsel. The commissioner appointed ethics group consists of five regular members and one alternate. Commission findings of ethical violations Are Public information. For a breach of ethics guidelines the commission could respond by ordering compliance issuing a reprimand or recommending disciplinary action. Some violations could draw a Fine according to a county ordinance. The commission can also ask the county attorney to petition Frederick county circuit court to require compliance. Around town i cuts for a cause staff photo by Adam Fried Brittney Lancaster cuts Kristin Copley a hair wednesday morning at Frederick school of cosmetology. Copley donated a stuffed Bear to toys for tots and got a free haircut during the schools Charity promotion. Man gets five years for violating probation Smith Bracey faced robbery and sex offence charges by Brian Englar news Post staff Wenglar Ltd a Frederick Man will serve five years in prison after violating his probation in gang related robbery and sex offence cases. Tyzaiah d. Smith Bracey 22, appeared wednesday in Frederick county District court for sentencing after he was found to have violated his probation. Prosecutors said he failed to notify authorities of an address change As a sex offender after being released from jail. Smith Bracey was sentenced to 18 months in july after pleading guilty in connection with two cases a Jan. 21,2011, robbery and a feb. 25 sex offence. In the robbery Case Smith Bracey along with another Man was accused of accosting a Man at a Mcdonald a in Frederick and demanding that he hand Over a Blue Bandanna he was wearing. His co defendant Willie Esteban Rodriguez 19, told the Man he was in their territory and threatened to shoot him if he did no to hand Over the Bandanna according to charging documents. Smith Bracey urged the Man to give Rodriguez the Bandanna. Police said Smith Bracey and Rodriguez who served six months see probation a-7 a bogeyman seen As threat to county a land use authority by Patti s. Borda news Post staff pbordau.fredericknewspost. the state bogeyman is holding the Frederick county a planning authority hostage commissioners president Blaine Young said during the planning commission meeting wednesday. County planners presented the draft of a map that amounts to the Ransom he said. The map divides the county into areas by Type of sewer service in use or expected to be and the state will see How the county intends to handle residential sewer needs in the next several decades. Young the boards Liaison to the planning commission objects to the septic mapping requirement. He sees that As the first step toward limiting the locality a prerogative to approve subdivisions with More than five lots that use septic systems. One of the states contributions toward improving the Chesapeake Bay a health last year was to pass Senate Bill 236, a Law that discourages septic systems among other things. A everybody said i was hollering about the bogeyman. T he bogeyman is True a Young said. A they say they Arentt getting involved in local land use but they Young said the state is usurping local authority in the name of solving a problem that starts beyond Maryland a Borders and will not be fixed by limiting Frederick county a septic systems. A the Susquehanna River does More damage than anyone a he said. As Long As the county submits the map no change will occur to the county a ability to approve subdivisions with fewer than six lots that use septic systems according to Jim Gugel county planning manager. The restrictions apply to a major subdivisions a but allows localities to define the term. Frederick county defines a major subdivision As More than five lots. The Law required counties to classify land by four tiers each one tied to different parameters for development. The first tier includes areas already connected to Public water and sewer systems the second includes regions planned for future Public sewer see land use a-7 from a court a Senate Bill 236 growth tiers cd a _.bb1 co Bow grow a Tbs Petty a i to in e3 t aft october 31, 2012
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