“DOWN TO EARTH”

“DOWN TO EARTH”

Carroll County Government – Bureau of Resource Management releases a quarterly newsletter highlighting what the bureau is doing to protect and manage Carroll County, MD’s natural resources. Their mission is to protect and manage natural resources for use and enjoyment by the citizens of Carroll County. The Bureau of Resource Management strives to: Promote the […]

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SALE OF TOWN PROPERTY

SALE OF TOWN PROPERTY

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON RESOLUTION TO TRANSFER TOWN PROPERTY CONSISTING OF APPROXIMATELY 4748 SQUARE FEET LOCATED AT 3215 LONG LANE (FORMER POLICE STATION)   On August 10, 2021, the Mayor and Town Council of the Town of Manchester will hold a public hearing at Town Hall,

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ORD. 248 VEHICLES & TRAFFIC

ORD. 248 VEHICLES & TRAFFIC

At the regular meeting of the Town Council on July 13, 2021, Mayor Warner introduced Ordinance No. 248 amending Chapter 220 – Vehicles and Traffic to allow for the Town to post stop signs, traffic control signals and speed limit signs at intersections or on Town streets and highways in the interests of safety without […]

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2020 CONSUMER CONFIDENCE REPORT

2020 CONSUMER CONFIDENCE REPORT

The Town of Manchester is pleased to present to you, the consumer, our 2020 Annual Drinking Water Quality Report. This report is designed to inform you about the quality of water and services the Town of Manchester delivers to you every day. Our constant goal is to provide

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CARROLL REBOUND PROGRAM

CARROLL REBOUND PROGRAM

Carroll County has secured additional grant money from the federal government through the Carroll County Coronavirus Relief Fund Plan (CRF Plan). Four million dollars has been allocated to assist small businesses and nonprofits who have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.  The Carroll Rebound application portal will open on Wednesday, June 24th at 3:00 pm […]

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DOMESTIC ABUSE

DOMESTIC ABUSE

One of the concerns I have had, along with Family & Children’s Services, since the beginning of the pandemic is the inability of victims of intimate partner violence to obtain resources they need because of home confinement.   Due to the stay-at-home order, they and their children are held up with their abuser and this can […]

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AVOID SCAMS

AVOID SCAMS

The following information has been received from the United States Attorney’s Office, District of Maryland. Although your police department has not received any complaints regarding this information, we wanted our citizens to be aware. AVOID CORONAVIRUS SCAMS

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COVID-19 INFO

COVID-19 INFO

State, County and Municipal leaders are coordinating the effort and response to the novel coronavirus and associated COVID-19 crisis.  Measures to stem its spread and counter its effects are aggressively underway at every level.  The Town Office will be closed to the public until Governor Hogan lifts the Maryland State of Emergency..  The public can […]

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WATER & SEWER UNIT INCREASES

WATER & SEWER UNIT INCREASES

On May 14, 2019, the Mayor and Council of the Town of Manchester passed the following Ordinances – No. 237 maintaining the current tax rate of $.216, No. 238 which increases water unit fees by $5 and No. 239 which

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#1 SAFEST CITY AGAIN

#1 SAFEST CITY AGAIN

Manchester made the list at #1 safest small town in Maryland and #66 in the nation!  SafeWise is happy to announce the release of its first annual 100 Safest Small Towns report for 2019, which highlights towns with a population between 2,500-<15,000 residents. 

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