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Historic St. Elizabeth's has new altar and new stained glass window

A new altar and a new stained glass window were consecrated Friday by the members of St. Elizabeth's...

Colonial Beach Town Council postpones sale of Eleanor Park property

The Colonial Beach Town Council agreed to postpone the sale of the Eleanor Park property pending inv...

Colonial Beach resident one of nation's first female national park rangers

Colonial Beach's Pocahontas Schuck, 76, was honored last weekend to work as a volunteer at the Natio...

Colonial Beach hosts 37th Rod Run to the Beach

Cars, cars and more cars.  

Colonial Beach hosted the 37th Annual Rod Run to the Beach last we...

Fundraising benefit held for Vickie Coffman

Fundraising benefit held for Vickie Coffman

Photos by Richard Leggitt

Chelsea Padgett of Daytona Beach, Fla., helps arrange the dozens upon doz...

Colonial Beach council postpones Eleanor Park vote again

Colonial Beach council postpones Eleanor Park vote again

The Colonial Beach Town Council last week postponed until 4:30 p.m. on Aug. 25 a vote on whether to ...

 

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CB Mayor insulted by council's office offer

CB town council members came to an agreement, by way of emails and telephone conversations over the last several weeks, to provide Mayor Fred Rummage with office space at 700 Colonial Avenue (where the transit office is located) provided that the Mayor indicate his acceptance by notifying council member Sparky Ridgely by December 1, 2010.  In response to council's proposed action, Rummage said "I do object. This is nothing more than an absolute insult."  Rummage further stated "to render me a room in the 'outhouse' -- the abandoned public works department?  No, thank you."  According to Rummage, he was not aware of and did not participate in any conversations or emails that occurred between council members in regard to his request to reinstate the Mayor's office at Town Hall.
 
Rummage is expected to issue a press release on Friday.  For the full story and more news from the November Town Council meeting, please see next week's Journal.

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