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Elementary nears completion

Elementary nears completion

Construction firm says it’s ready for permit
Megan O'Connell from Skanska construction company ...

Colonial Beach Chamber recognizes outstanding service

Colonial Beach Chamber recognizes outstanding service

The Colonial Beach Chamber of Commerce recently held its 2015 awards dinner at High Tides on the Pot...

Planning commission passes ES plan with recommendations

Planning commission passes ES plan with recommendations

Colonial Beach Mayor Mike Ham asked the town Planning Commission not to try to redesign the new elem...

Md voters will decide fate of Riverboat in referendum in fall

Colonial Beach Mayor Mike Ham announced at the close of the March 24 council meeting that he testifi...

School budget rises over last year

No tax increase needed in 2017
Although the Colonial Beach School budget for the upcoming school year...

Riverside residents want paving

Riverside residents want paving

Dust from roads causes health, sanitation problems, local couple says
The Colonial Beach town council...

 

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After inspections, Beachgate Inn must close

Residents of the Beachgate Inn in Colonial Beach have had more than their fair share of tragedy this year with a stabbing incident that resulted in a death in October and a vehicle accident last week that killed a pedestrian standing near his car. Now they have until Dec. 27 to find a new home.

Read more: After inspections, Beachgate Inn must close

Tragic accident kills pedestrian at Beachgate Hotel

A 62 year old man was pronounced dead shortly after being struck by a vehicle while standing next to his car in the parking lot of the Beachgate Hotel located at 800 Colonial Avenue in Colonial Beach on the morning of Dec. 19.

Read more: Tragic accident kills pedestrian at Beachgate Hotel

Town Council accepts Ham’s resignation

Colonial Beach Town Council made quick work of their last scheduled meeting for the year 2012.  During the meeting, which lasted just under an hour, the council held two public hearings, passed six resolutions, and approved one amendment.

Read more: Town Council accepts Ham’s resignation

CB Schools taking safety seriously

Colonial Beach School Interim Superintendent Kathleen Beane announced by phone that officials from the town, school and police met this weekend to discuss safety issues at the school.

Read more: CB Schools taking safety seriously

Revitalization team brings in reinforcements

The Colonial Beach Revitalization committee held a special meeting to provide a venue to engage local business and property owners located within the historic commercial core (Colonial and Washington Avenues).

Read more: Revitalization team brings in reinforcements

Amendment will allow Accessory Dwelling Units

At the December Colonial Beach Planning Commission meeting, Director of Building and Zoning Gary Mitchel and Josh Frederick, brought forward a very rough draft of a zoning regulation change that would permit Accessory Dwelling Units (ADU) in Colonial Beach. Currently the town is not zoned for these but

Read more: Amendment will allow Accessory Dwelling Units

Christmas is in the air

The annual Christmas parade was held on Saturday, Dec. 1. It was a cold morning but a good time was had by all who came out.

Read more: Christmas is in the air

Committees discuss the business of the day

Budget Committee
Last year the town received a planning grant of $35,000 to pay for Lands Studio to organize meetings, studies and complete upgrades to the Comprehensive Plan as well as draft an application for a $750,000 Revitalization Grant which the town did not receive.

Read more: Committees discuss the business of the day

 

 

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