The resignation of Kim Patton from the Town Council has left a vacancy in Ward 2 to be filled by the Howard County Republican Party. A caucus has been called by Jennifer Jack, Howard County Republican Chairman, for July 14th at 7 p.m. at the Howard County Republican Headquarters. Any interested republican candidate shall deliver to her form CEB-5 no less than 72 hours before the caucus.
As many of you are aware, the Town Council placed the south sanitary sewer on the east side of Greentown on a new connection moratorium last year and initiated a flow study of that section of sanitary main. While we have yet to obtain sufficient wet weather flow information because of a lack of major rain events, we have obtained plenty of dry weather flow data. This has been reviewed by both our Utility Superintendent and Wessler Engineering. The dry weather data indicates that the current sizing of the east section of the south sanitary main is sufficient for proper operation during dry weather.
Therefore, the Town Council has approved the removal of the restriction to new connections on the eastern section of the south sanitary main subject to the following restrictions:
- Only existing plated R1 lots may connect
- Other multifamily (R2, etc.) or multitenant business are still prohibited
- Prior to the issuance of any building permit, town utility accounts for the properties must be current and not delinquent
- Residents are reminded that sump pumps, down spouts and other storm water are prohibited from discharging into the sanitary sewer system
The Greentown Lions Club with support of the Town of Greentown will be hosting a July 4th fireworks celebration at the fairgrounds at dusk. The grandstands will be closed and participants are asked to remain in their vehicles and not bring fireworks of their own.
If you have been down West Grant Street recently, you will have noticed the work has begun to improve the town’s storm water system . Click here to see the Storm Water Improvement Project Weekly Progress Reports.