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Board of Zoning Appeals
James M. Voss, Chairperson, 1987; Robert L.
Serviss, Sr., 1986; W. A. Stewart Wright,
Jr., 1987; David B. Nagel, alternate, 1986.

Board of License Commissioners (Alcoholic
Howard M. Mezick, Chairperson, 1986;
Ralph W. Eirick, 1985; William Satterfield,
1987; Adelaide C. Wariield, alternate, 1987.

Board of Electrical Examiners
J. Russell Griffith, Chairperson, 1985; Mario
J. Gangemi, 1985; James B. Moore, 1985;
William E. Lyden, Jr., 1987.

Plumbing Board
Thomas L. Jarvis, Chairperson, 1986; Earl R.
Bell, County Commissioner, 1986; Harold
Lord, 1985; G. Walter Breeding, 1985; Fran-
cis Puspoki, 1988.

Plumbing Inspector
Edwin E. Schanken

Extension and Soil Conservation Services

Extension Agents
Robert J. Rouse, County Director; James M.
Downes; Donna B. Kimball; Loyal C. Reger.

4-H and Youth Park Board
Leon Schmick, Chairperson, 1987; F. Pierce
Adams, 1985; Sarah Covey, 1985; Edgar
Voorhees, 1985; Louise Collier, 1986; Henry
Brandt, 1986; Charles Hammer, 1987; Hazel
Hignutt, 1987; Frank Pittinger. 1987; Ross
Robinson, 1987.

Soil Conservation District Supervisors
William G. Greenage, Chairperson, 1985; G.
Milton Godfrey, 1986; Gary L. Schoonover,
1987; Vance Carmean, 1989; D. Wheatley
Neal (County appointee). Rhett Grant, Dis-
trict Conservationist; Joan M. Price, District


County Seat: Westminster 21157

Origin: Erected from Baltimore and Frederick
Counties by Chapter 256, Acts of 1835,
confirmed by Chapter 19, Acts of 1836, which
was passed January 19, 1837.

Name: Named for Charles Carroll of Carrollton
(1737-1832), distinguished Revolutionary
statesman and Maryland signer of the
Declaration of Independence.

Form of Government: County Commissioners

County Code: See Code of the Public Local Laws of
Carroll County (1976) with supplements.

Area: 452.45 sq. miles (451.98 land, .47 water)

Population. 1900: 33,860; 1950: 44,907; 1960:
52,785; 1970: 69,006; 1980: 96,356.

Principal Incorporated Places (1980 census):
Westminster (8,808), Taneytown (2,618), Mount
Airy (1,910)

Principal Unincorporated Places (1980 census):
Eldersburg (4,959), Westminster South (3,521),
Oakland (2,242)

Voter Registration, Oct. 8, 1984. Democrat:
24,890; Republican: 19,519; Other Parties: 38;
Decline to Affiliate: 3,205; Total: 47,619.

Per Capita Income (1980): $8,048
State Parks: Patapsco Valley (11,442 acres)

Colleges/Universities: Western Maryland College,
Westminster; Carroll County Branch of
Catonsville Community College, Westminster

Museums/Historical Societies: Carroll County
Farm Museum, Rt. 6, Box 412, Westminster
21157; Historical Society of Carroll County, 210
E. Main St., Westminster 21157; Union Mills
Homestead, 3311 Littlestown Pike, Westminster


Circuit Court
Courthouse and Court Annex Building
Westminster 21157 Telephone: 848^500

District Court
Court Annex Building
Westminster 21157 Telephone: 848-2146


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