Change In Leadership Needed In Snow Hill

Change In Leadership Needed In Snow Hill

Tuesday could be a big day as far as the future direction of the Board of County Commissioners in Snow Hill is concerned. Tradition has it that a vote will be held at next week’s meeting to determine whether Commission President Jim Purnell and Vice President Louise Gulyas will retain their respective posts.The time has… Read more »

Thoughts From The Publisher’s Desk

Thoughts From The Publisher’s Desk

As predicted by most insiders, the General Assembly passed the proposed slots referendum, which calls for about 15,000 one-arm bandits spread out over five facilities – one each in Baltimore City and Allegany, Anne Arundel, Cecil and Worcester counties. Maryland voters will now decide the issue because an inner circle of cowards unwilling to make… Read more »

Voices From The Readers

Some Tax Increases Okay, Others NotEditor:I am writing regarding Michael James’ letter, “State Tax Increases Will Hurt Business” in last week’s issue. Isn’t it strange how tax increases proposed by the hotel-motel owners, etc. are in the interests of the community (added room taxes for advertising)? But when others propose tax increases to keep the… Read more »

Voices From The Readers

Voices From The Readers

Some Tax Increases Okay, Others NotEditor:I am writing regarding Michael James’ letter, “State Tax Increases Will Hurt Business” in last week’s issue. Isn’t it strange how tax increases proposed by the hotel-motel owners, etc. are in the interests of the community (added room taxes for advertising)? But when others propose tax increases to keep the… Read more »

Voices From The Readers

Voices From The Readers

Where Are The Facts In Local Slots Debate?Editor:First of all, I would like to congratulate you on last week fine editorial piece, “Commissioners’ Bubble Needs Bursting.” That really needed saying. In Cara Dahl’s story on the commissioners’ anti-slots movement, I was very impressed by Commissioner Judy Boggs for actually attempting to keep the proceedings of… Read more »

What Others Are Saying

What Others Are Saying

Editor:I would like to share with your readers my own experience with the manner in which County Commission meetings are conducted.On May 15, 2007, I attended a County Commissioner regular meeting to listen to a presentation being made by Carolyn Cummins, Worcester County Planning Commission Chair. The presentation was on behalf of the Planning Commission… Read more »