SUDLERSVILLE — The Sudlersville Town Commissioners discussed Sept. 6 various methods people could pay their utility bills as a growing list of delinquent payments is hurting the town’s finances.The town is seeking citizen input on the frequency they would like to pay their utility bills and if they would be open to changing from quarterly billing to monthly billing.During the Sept. 6 meeting, Commission President Ron Ford read a list of late water bills owed to the town that amounted to...
SUDLERSVILLE — The Sudlersville Town Commissioners discussed various methods people could pay their utility bills Wednesday, Sept. 6, as a growing list of delinquent payments is hurting the town’s finances.The town is seeking citizen input on the frequency they would like to pay their utility bills and if they would be open to changing from quarterly billing to monthly billing.During the Sept. 6 meeting, Commission President Ron Ford read a list of late water bills owed to the town that...
CHESTER — Two candles on the stage in the outdoor seating area at The Jetty Dock Bar were lit by Justin Davis in memory of Bruce Smith and Pat Andrew, who both died within the past two years.The candles were lit to honor their memory during the annual Salute to the Heroes held on Sept. 11 each year to recognize the bravery and sacrifice first responders and military personnel made that day 16 years ago, as well as to pay tribute to those who continue to serve.The ceremony began with a...
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