Salisbury City Council PUBLIC NOTICE OF CLOSED SESSION 11-13-18

PUBLIC NOTICE OF CLOSED SESSION 11-13-18

The Salisbury City Council will convene in the regularly scheduled Legislative Session in Council Chambers (Room #301) of the Government Office Building on Tuesday, November 13, 2018. The Public is invited to attend.

At approximately 7:30 p.m. Council will entertain a vote to convene in a Closed Session to consult with counsel to obtain legal advice on a legal matter in accordance with the Annotated Code of Maryland §3-305(b)(7).

The public can observe the motion, discussion and vote to convene in Closed Session.

Agenda for Closed Session

7:30 p.m. Motion to Convene in Closed Session

• Discussion Topic: FCC Small Cell Order
• Motion to Adjourn and reconvene in Open Session
• Report to Public – Council President Heath

Times shown are approximate. Council reserves the right to adjust the agenda as circumstances warrant.

The Council reserves the right to convene in Closed Session as permitted under the Annotated Code of Maryland 3-305(b).

Queen Anne’s County Sheriff Press Release

QA Press Release 11/08

INCIDENT: Controlled Dangerous Substance (CDS)
DATE / TIME: 11/01/18 at approximately 08:57 pm
LOCATION: Northbound on Route 8
DRIVER: Morgan Oliddy, 22yo female from Stevensville, MD
DETAILS: Deputy Thomas conducted a traffic stop on a 2013 silver Ford for an equipment violation. Deputy Thomas made contact with the driver, identified as Morgan Oliddy. While speaking with Oliddy, Deputy Thomas detected an odor of marijuana coming from the vehicle. Deputy Thomas conducted a probable cause search of the vehicle and located less than 10 grams of marijuana. Oliddy was given a warning for the equipment violation and a civil citation for the possession of marijuana less than 10 grams.
DEPUTY: Deputy E. Thomas assisted by Deputy M. Iman
CASE: 18-33753

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INCIDENT: Theft
DATE / TIME: 11/05/2018 at approximately 5:00 am
LOCATION: 1000 Block of Bridgetown Road Henderson, MD
VICTIM: Eastern Shore Sand and Gravel
DETAILS: Deputy Bradley responded to the above location in reference to a theft. The preliminary investigation revealed that the company’s welding truck was broken into on November 5th at approximately 5:00 am. The items stolen from the truck were a 100ft welding cable with clamps and a self-darkening welding hat. The value of the items were approximately $1400. If you have any information in reference to this incident, please contact Deputy Bradley at 410-758-0770 ext.1291 or jbradley@qac.org.
DEPUTY: Deputy J. Bradley
CASE: 18- 34030
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Maryland Fire Marshal Notice Of Investigation

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NOTICE OF INVESTIGATION

Date:   November 6, 2018

Time:   11:18 p.m.

Location / Address:  5010 Airport Road, Salisbury, Wicomico Co.

Type of Incident:  Fire

Description of Structure / Property:  2015 Ford Focus (4-door)

Owner / Occupants:  Montana Dickerson

Injuries or Deaths: None

Estimated $ Loss: Structure:  $15,000                      Contents: $100

Smoke Alarm Status:  n/a

Fire Alarm / Sprinkler Status:  n/a

Arrests(s):  None

Primary Responding Fire Department:  Salisbury FD

# of Alarms:  1     # Of Firefighters:  15

Time to Control:  10 minutes

Discovered By:  Neighbor

Area of Origin:  Passenger compartment

Preliminary Cause:  Under Investigation

Additional Information:  Anyone with information is asked to call the Salisbury Office of the Maryland State Fire Marshal at (410) 713-3780.

Jack Heath What Happened?

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A defeat is one thing, but to be absolutely crushed is another and in this election Jack Heath was in the second category. How did he lose so badly with the support of local business leaders and prominent people then JT?

It was a multitude of things.

For one the Democrats are dumb as hell, like I seriously wonder if all of them put together had an IQ over 25.  I mean when you blindly vote because someone has  D behind their name and he gets  9,375 votes you just have to say what in the hell. The kid Hamilton didn’t have a clue about anything he was a joke candidate and yet the dumb Dems blindly voted like lemmings for him.  Second as much as I like Jack and think hes a good person he is a terrible politician. He had zero energy and seemed like  he was just going though the motions.

The Republicans got out and voted just like the Dems, looking for the letter after the name and not the actual qualifications of the candidate. It’s pathetic and sad. Jack would have been better suited to have run as a Democrat but someone thought playing independent would get both party voters to look at the third choice. Guess what your not gonna win as an independent, people are going to vote according to their party affiliation and this result clearly shows that.

I’m going to just let the Council and Him figure it out because at least we have a check and balance system. I’m sure Jennifer Albero will be County Administrator before long with the Cronyism Bob has, but I have had my say regarding Culver and am moving on. I lost the fight and am not going to keep throwing shit at Bob for my own personal amusement. I’m just moving on from it and just going to share what the Agendas are so the public is informed of whats happening in Wicomico.

Preston Elementary School Receives Its First School Resource Officer

PICTURED LEFT TO RIGHT: ASSISTANT PRINCIPLE RICH PETROSKE, DFC CHARMAINE BACORN, PRICIPLE DR. KARI CLOW, ADMINISTRATOR DR. JAMES ORR, AND CAROLINE SHERIFF RANDY BOUNDS
The first ever School Resource Officer (SRO) has been selected for the Preston Elementary School. After an extensive application process and interview by school authorities, the SRO will be assigned to the school full-time for the entire school year. Staffed by the Caroline County Sheriff’s Office and funded by the Caroline County Commissioners, Preston Town Commissioners, and the Caroline County Board of Education, Deputy First Class (DFC) Charmaine Bacorn has already been welcomed by Dr. Kari Clow and her staff at Preston Elementary.
DFC Bacorn, is a 27 year veteran from the Anne Arundel County Police Department. She served 10 years in their School Resource Officer program and has numerous certifications, namely through the National Association of School Resource Officers (NASRO).
Caroline County Sheriff – Randy Bounds said, “DFC Bacorn comes to us with over two decades of police experience and ten years as a School Resource Officer in Anne Arundel County. We are very fortunate to have her fill this role and we are excited to add her to our ranks”. Sheriff Bounds went on to say “The role of a School Resource Officer is one of the most crucial to fulfilling our mission as we work hard to ensure a safe learning environment in our schools.”
Superintendent of Caroline County Public Schools, Dr. Patty Saelens stated, “we highly value our relationship with law enforcement throughout Caroline. We are extremely pleased to add our first SRO to Preston Elementary, especially considering DFC Bacorn’s extensive training and experience.”

SHERIFF RANDY BOUNDS EXPLAINS TO THE GROUP HOW HIS OFFICE IS OPERATING THE SCHOOL RESOURCE OFFICER PROGRAM WITH THE SCHOOL BOARD. PICTURED LEFT TO RIGHT: DFC. CHARMAINE BACORN, ADMINISTRATOR DR. JAMES ORR, CAROLINE SHERIFF RANDY BOUNDS, AND ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL RICH PETROSKE.
The Caroline County Sheriff’s Office currently has School Resource Officers in both high schools and middle schools. Preston Elementary is Caroline’s first primary school to receive such coverage. The other elementary schools are covered by the municipal police departments in their towns.
Earlier this year, The Maryland Legislature and Governor Larry Hogan signed into law the Maryland Safe to Learn Act of 2018. The legislation created a variety of statewide standards and guidelines regarding school safety. The law requires public high schools to have either a school resource officer or plans for adequate law enforcement coverage during the current school year. Public middle and elementary schools will need to have either a school resource officer or plans for adequate law enforcement coverage in place prior to the 2019-2020 school year.
Sheriff Randy Bounds went on to state “The Sheriff’s Office, The Caroline County Commissioners and the Caroline Board of Education made it a top priority to ensure that our schools and children are safe on our school campuses…as a result we have taken the necessary steps through response training, police staffing, and technology to make that happen. We would also like to take this opportunity to thank the Preston Town Commissioners for partnering with us in launching the new SRO position in their Elementary School.”
Please join us in welcoming Deputy First Class Charmaine Bacorn as the first-ever Preston Elementary School Resource Officer.

Easton Police Investigating Armed Robbery

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On November 6, 2018 at about 7:00 pm, Officers responded to 8276 Elliott Road, Carroll Motor Fuel, for an armed robbery. Upon arrival, Officers learned that an unknown male, wearing all black clothing with a white mask entered the store and pointed a handgun at the store clerk demanding the money from the cash register. The unknown suspect fled from the store on foot, and ran towards The Barn Steakhouse with an undisclosed amount of money. A police K9, MSP, and Talbot County Sheriff’s Office assisted in the search. If anyone can provide information regarding the suspect, they’re asked to contact Det. J. Kellner at (410) 822-1111.

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