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Frederick News Post (Newspaper) - July 11, 2015, Frederick, MarylandSaturday july 11, 2015 Frederickse Spost. Com vol. 132 no. 268 4 sections � 2015 Randall family Lac 75 cents interfaith forum focuses on the Earth religion & ethics d 7 Man indicted in ice Cream truck Drivers death local a 5 Good morning every strike brings me closer to the next Home run. Babe Ruth automotive. D 6 business. B 5 classifieds. C 1 10 comics. D 10 dear Abby. D 9 fire & police blotter. A 6 local. A 5 6 lotteries. A 2 obituaries. B 7 opinion letters. B 6 real estate. D 1 5 religion & ethics. D 7 8 sports. B 1 4 to Best bets. D 9 weather b 8 85�/ 61� by Jeremy Arias Arias news Post. Com mayor Randy Mcclement said the silence surrounding the hiring of Frederickss new police chief was to protect the privacy of the candidates. Mcclement spoke out for the first time thursday regarding the criticism he has faced Over the hiring process. In recent weeks he has been reproached by a former mayor the departments own fraternal order of police and several Board of aldermen members All of whom said a More open process could Benefit the hire. Frederick mayor defends silence around selection of new police chief City missed internal deadline for making hire emails reveal staff photos by Graham Cullen 103 year old Baltimore orioles fan Cora Purcell is set to throw out the first pitch today at Camden Yards. Here she sits in her Frederick Home holding her Bat signed by babe Ruth. Two of Cora pure Ellis most prize possessions Are a baseball Bat signed by babe Ruth and a Ball signed by each member of the 1961 Yankees. By Jeremy Arias and Danielle e. Gaines Arias news Post. Com Gaines news Post. Com a doctor from Frederick charged with Federal crimes this week was released to Home detention thursday after three Frederick properties were posted As bail court records show. According to court documents filed Friday Nicola Tauraso was released to the custody of his son and daughter in Law Michael and Lori Tauraso. When reached for comment Friday Lori Tauraso said the family was concentrating on taking care of Tauraso who is 80, saying that he was in poor health As of Friday. We Are just trying to get or. Tauraso healthy so that he can move Forward with the trial she said. Were extremely concerned for his health. The whole thing is just very upsetting. Michael Tauraso posted three properties As Bond the Black hog restaurant in downtown Frederick at 122 s. Market st., a House next door and a property on Mill Island Parkway also in the City. The three properties have a combined value of nearly $ 1.1 million according to online state tax records. During the Home electronic monitoring Nicola Tauraso will be restricted to a residence except for medical appointments court appearances or meetings with his attorneys. The u. S. Attorneys office in Maryland generally does not release the Home addresses of defendants and could not confirm where Tauraso is serving the Home detention. At 103, orioles Follower Cora Purcell says the old Ball game never gets old Tauraso on Home detention after arrest Tauraso 3 Frederick properties valued at nearly $ 1.1m posted As Bond by Joe Ferraro Ferraro news Post. Com c Ora pure Ellis Affinity for the Navy Blue leather Recliner in her Crestwood Village Home pales in comparison with her tight Bond with baseball history. Thatus saying something considering Purcell has regularly settled into that Recliner each Day for the past 10 years. Before the first pitch of each Baltimore orioles game youll find her there her eyes glued to the television screen about 20 feet in front of her. Two years ago she even asked great Niece Kathy Garrett and her husband Richard who serve As the primary caretakers for the 103 year old to transport the Recliner and the television in her living room to Homewood retirement Center where she stayed for two weeks to undergo rehabilitation after a bout with pneumonia. But pure Ellis exposure to baseball and its Many great players and moments began decades before she acquired that Oft used Recliner. While watching the Washington senators Host the new York forever a fan Mcclement see Tauraso a8 see fan a7 see chief a8 by Paige Jones phones news Post. Com the company near Frederick where several sets of firefighters protective gear were destroyed agreed to pay the county nearly $ 80,000 to replace the equipment. Tamko reimbursed the Frederick fire department for $ 79,395, which represents a full reimbursement Kim Eckerman the company is communications manager said in an email to the Frederick news Post. In addition to the eight sets of personal protective gear destroyed breathing apparatus portable radios and hand tools were damaged while Crews battled a Blaze May 8 at the Tamko building products inc. Facility just South of Frederick according to capt. Kevin Fox a spokesman for the Frederick county division of fire and Rescue services. About 30 firefighters responded for a fire in an Asphalt filtration system bringing the flames under control within half an hour. Although there were no injuries the contaminants from the Asphalt filtration system coated the firefighters gear and equipment Fox said. First responders attempted to clean the Asphalt like material from their equipment and gear but soon found there was no Way it could be cleaned for reuse said Frederick county fire chief Tom Owens. When firefighters equipment or gear is damaged in a Call to a business its very common that businesses work with us in replacing that Type of equipment Fox said in a june email. Thus county fire officials and Tamko management began discussing How the damaged equipment would be replaced. Fox told the news Post in june that Frederick county fire officials were working with the company to replace the destroyed items. When asked in june if Tamko would reimburse the county Ron Cook talk Ops director of communications emailed a statement to the news Post that read Tamko paid More than $ 200,000 in state and local taxes in Maryland last year and assumes that amount More than covers the expense. Like other taxpayers we assume our taxes cover Basic services like fire and police. A july 1 news release issued by the Frederick county division of fire and Rescue services states Tamko management never expressed reservations about taking responsibility for the damaged equipment. Owens echoed that statement in a phone interview with the news Post on july 1, saying Tamko has been nothing but cooperative. They never indicated through this entire thing that they were not going to help. Cook said in an email to the news Post on Friday that the company is original statement did not say we pay for the fire department equipment. In fact taxes do and manufacturing business pays $ 80k for destroyed firefighter equipment Tamko building products inc. Replaces gear lost in May 8 Blaze see equipment a8

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