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Frederick News Post (Newspaper) - March 14, 2015, Frederick, MarylandSaturday March 14, 2015 Frederickse Spost. Com vol. 132 no. 150 4 sections � 2015 Randall family Lac 75 cents Oakdale boys lose 2a semifinal b 1 message of love religion d 5 Detrick lab for students at Hood College a 5 Good morning some of us think holding on makes us Strong but sometimes it is letting go. Herman Hesse arrest log. A 6 automotive. C 1 business. B 5 classifieds. C 2 8 comics. D 8 Community. A 7, b 8 dear Abby. D 7 fire & police blotter. A 6 local. A 5 6 lotteries. A 2 obituaries. B 7 opinion letters. B 6 real estate. D 1 4 religion & ethics. D 5 6 sports. B 1 4 to Best bets. D 7 weather b 8 60�/ 41� by Bethany Rodgers Rodgers news Post. Com Frederick count yes former fire chief says she was forced out of her Post this week in a development that came out of nowhere. The county announced thursday that Denise Pouget was leaving the division of fire and Rescue services after about 20 months As its head. Frederick county executive Jan Gardner would not say whether Pou gets exit was voluntary. In an interview a Day later Pouget said she did not leave of her own desire. Ism saddened and i would never leave Frederick fire and Rescue services on my own Pouget said Friday. Ism just trying to figure All of this out because it came out of nowhere. Absolutely nowhere. Pouget also confirmed that her two Deputy chiefs Allen Keyser and Michael Grierson were forced out of their jobs. At this time the former fire chief said she cannot comment further on the circumstances surrounding her departure. However she said she wishes the Best for the count yes firefighters. She said she was not afforded the Opportunity to Send the service a parting message. Pouget added that she has received Many expressions of support especially from Volunteer personnel around the county. Ism really worried about the firefighters because we have no stability in Frederick in that we constantly go by Bethany Rodgers Rodgers news Post. Com Frederick county attorneys Are working to determine the next Steps on the Monrovia town Center Case after a judges decision this week to Send the project to the county Council. A Frederick county circuit court judge on tuesday ordered the remand so the county Council could gather More information on the controversial 1,250 Home project however his written opinion did not clearly define the scope of the additional proceedings. The count yes Legal staff will work for the next week or two to Chart a path Forward assistant county attorney Kathy Mitchell said. But the final decision on How to proceed might not belong to them but to the Council and possibly also to the county executive. Were still trying to figure that out and also what All the options Are Mitchell said Friday. Were working on it but we a vent come to any conclusions yet. Mitchell said the county could ask judge William r. Nicklas or. To clarify his opinion but it would have to submit the request within 10 Days of the court order. Future proceedings before the Council could be limited to taking testimony from former commissioner Paul Smith whose involvement in a letter supporting the town Center was a source of concern to Nicklas. The broadest interpretation of the judges decision could mean revisiting the projects rezoning and launching a fresh round of hearings before the planning commission and the Council Mitchell said. The prior Board of commissioners in april 2014 rezoned the town Center site opening the Way for the project to move Forward. If the Council by de Waters or. Waters news Post. Com a resident of North Potomac who is an avid golfer acquired hollow Creek Golf club on Friday for $ 2.15 million. Victor Liu said he wants to get More Young people interested in Golf and will offer training at the course off u. S. 40 alternate in Middletown. The course will remain As a country club As Well. I have a Golf course in China near Shanghai Liu said in an interview after signing documents with auctioneer Andrew Billig and Michael Klein of Klein Golf associates Lac which put the 174 acre country club up for auction. Klein said in an interview before the auction that his family owns the links at Gettysburg Pennsylvania Golf course and a construction business and wanted to concentrate on those two enterprises. Those Are viable businesses Klein said. I see Many chinese youngsters in Maryland who dont have a clue about Golf. I want to have training Here. Hire coaches and professionals get Young people interested in Golf Liu said. Liu will operate the club As hollow Creek International Golf Academy. Besides the Golf course in China Liu is a partner in Golf courses in South Carolina and Florida. I love the sport. I came to America so my three children could get an education Here Liu said. There were about 60 people in the dining room of the clubhouse though Many were golfers or residents who came to see the outcome. Real estate professionals William Armstrong and Michael Kurtianyk were among the observers. Just make sure you dont wave to anyone during the bidding Kurtianyk joked. He said a High Quality Golf course can be an asset for bringing More residents to Frederick county and increasing Home sales. But Armstrong cautioned that Frederick county May be overbuilt with Golf courses and the Competition is Tough. In opening the bidding at $ 1 million auctioneer Andrew Billig noted the assessed value of the club was $ 3.3 million. $ 2.15m bid wins hollow Creek Golf club at a glance hollow Creek Golf club Glenbrook drive Middletown auctioned for $ 2.15 million 18 Hole course clubhouse will add training programs for Young golfers will be maintained but closed until final settlement see Golf a7 Pouget says she was forced out of Job former Frederick county fire chief saddened by decision that came out of nowhere Pouget clarity sought in Monrovia opinion county works to interpret ruling to Send project to Council see Monrovia a7 see Pouget a7 staff photo by Graham Cullen Victor Liu makes a bid Friday afternoon during the auction of the hollow Creek Golf course in Middletown. Liu made the winning bid acquiring the property for $ 2.15 million

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