News← Older posts March 23, 2017
The Board of Appeals Public Hearing scheduled for March 29, 2017 to hear CASES MA-A-17-02 and MA-A-17-03 will begin at 7:00 p.m. rather than the previously advertised time of 6:00 p.m. If you have any questions, please contact Town Hall at 301-829-1424.Announcements |
March 13, 2017
As per the inclement weather policy, the Town follows Carroll County Government’s weather related delays and cancellations. In following this policy, the Town Offices will closed tomorrow due to the impending winter storm. The advertised hearing for Case MA-A-17-01 originally scheduled for Tuesday March 14, 2017 at 7:00 p.m. will be necessarily canceled and rescheduled. The new public hearing date has yet to be determined and will be publicly posted and advertised at least 15 days prior to the scheduled hearing per Town Code requirements.Announcements |
March 13, 2017
Town Hall will be closed 3/14/17 due to inclement weather.
The Town would also like to remind ALL TOWN RESIDENTS of the Town Ordinance regarding the removal of snow and ice from sidewalks. Due to the severity of the impending storm ALL residents and independent snow removal contractors are asked NOT TO BLOW, THROW OR PLOW SNOW into public streets which creates an unnecessary safety hazards to all motorists, pedestrians and is counterproductive to the work performed by the Public Works Department.
Town Ordinance #85-4.1 states that the owner or occupant of any building or land bordering upon any street, square or public place within the town where there is a sidewalk is required to remove all snow, sleet and ice within a period of 24 hours after the cessation of the snow, sleet or ice. To aid residents in determining when the 24-hours have elapsed, information can be found on the Town’s website and Facebook.
Additionally, objects such as trashcans, recycling containers, basketball hoops and other athletic equipment must be removed as well.
The Town of Mount Airy Public Works Department requests residents work together by shoveling your sidewalks, digging out areas surrounding fire hydrants as well as bus stop areas. As a community it is important to check on senior citizens, and neighbors that may be in need of help. Make sure your cell phones and other electronic devices are fully charged in an event of emergencies.
Most importantly, please be courteous to the plow drivers for they are working long hours to make sure everyone gets out. IT TAKES TIME SO PLEASE REMAIN PATIENT – THE ROADS WILL BE CLEARED AS SOON AS THEY CAN BE.Posted in Announcements |
March 13, 2017
From Monday night into Tuesday a WINTER STORM WARNING is in effect. Forecast is for a significant, wet snowfall to affect the area starting sometime after 6pm Monday. Peak snowfall 1 to 2”/hr is expected from 10 pm to 8 am; mid 20’s expected in temperature Monday night; 10 – 15 mph winds. Tuesday temperatures should rise above freezing in the morning to a high in the mid?thirties before dropping Tuesday night. The main body of snow is expected to end in the morning hours, but isolated showers could cross the area during the day.Posted in Uncategorized |
March 13, 2017
Due to the impending snow storm expected to arrive tonight into tomorrow trash and recycling pick-up for Carroll County Town Residents ONLY will be delayed by one day. Trash will be picked up on Wednesday, March 15th and Recycling will be picked up on Thursday, March 16th. If you have any questions please contact Town Hall at (301) 829-1424.
Trash pick-up for Frederick County Town Residents will not be affected and will be on normal schedule this week. To find out about any Recycling delays please contact Frederick County Recycling at 301-600-2960 or visit there website athttps://frederickcountymd.gov/recycle.Posted in Announcements |
March 10, 2017
Please click on the link for more Parks Manager InformationPosted in Announcements |
March 9, 2017
In response to circulation of a news story published by an advocacy group regarding the Town Council’s recent action on an ordinance to amend the zoning code regarding the commercial retail sale of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms in residential zones the Town wishes to clarify that although the enacted legislation limits these business activities to certain zoning districts, as other municipalities have done, local entrepreneurship and small business opportunities are supported and encouraged within the Town’s historic downtown, commercial, and industrial districts.
While the discussions surrounding this important community issue were lengthy, and met with various opinions from town citizens, the democratic process provided by our charter and followed by the Mayor and Town Council allowed all parties to be heard equally in a civil, transparent, professional, and impartial manner.
Mayor and Town CouncilPosted in Announcements |
March 6, 2017
THE MOUNT AIRY BOARD OF APPEALS REGULAR BUSINESS MEETING ON MARCH 8, 2017.
The Mount Airy Board of appeals and appropriate Town staff will meet at the Mount Airy Town Hall, 110 S. Main Street, Mount Airy, on Wednesday, March 8, 2017 at 6:00 p.m. for the Election of Officers. After the conclusion of regular business items, the Board will move into a closed session as allowed by General Provisions Article 3-305(b):7 to consult with counsel to obtain legal advice on a legal matter; subject matter: Special Exception MA-A-17-01. After the conclusion of the closed session, the meeting will be adjourned.
If you have any questions, please call the Town Hall Offices at 301-829- 1424.Posted in Announcements |
February 23, 2017
Mount Airy Town Hall
110 South Main St.
Mount Airy, MD
PUBLIC HEARING ON MONDAY, 3-20-17
PHASE I, FLAT IRON IMPROVEMENTS
The Mount Airy Mayor and Town Council will hold a public hearing on March 20, 2017 at the Mount Airy Town Hall, 110 South Main Street, Mount Airy at 7:30 p.m. The purpose of the public hearing is to hear public comments about Phase I Flat Iron Building Offsite improvements, which include the parking and street enhancements in the Mount Airy Municipal Parking lot on Park Ave., Cross Street and Center Street. There will be a presentation of the proposal on the Town website at www.mountairymd.org under Government Documents or you can click here Flat-Iron Presentation. A copy may be available at Town Hall upon request.
All residents, downtown merchants and interested parties are encouraged to view the presentation first, then attend the public hearing. If you have any questions, please call Town Hall.Posted in Announcements |
February 17, 2017
POLL WORKERS NEEDED FOR TOWN ELECTION
DATE: Monday, May 1, 2017
PLACE: Mount Airy Fireman’s Activities Building, Twin Arch Rd.
HOURS: 6:00 a.m. – 8:30 p.m.
If interested please call Town Hall and talk to the Town Clerk.Posted in Announcements |
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