Page 154

Waterway Open Again promises were made, or expected, on either side, but everyone seemed to want to explore the possibilities that had been discussed. Three months later, the Tilghman group and the Council got toge t her a ga i n, t h i s t i me w it h the public encouraged to attend

Tilghman Island Inn

to hear progress reports on each of the five projects. As one might expect, some were moving along better than others. The good folks at Choptank Community Health agreed to set up a small wellness facility in the school for several hours each week. The 1880 Bank stepped forward to install a stateof-the-art ATM where customers can discuss business electronically with a bank employee in Easton during business hours. The Talbot County Free Library offered to help supply equipment and books if space for a community library could be found. County officials agreed to assist in local economic development efforts. The Department of Parks and Recreation agreed to provide

INC.

C. ALBERT MATTHEWS

Where Integrity Meets Innovation

CARRIER 360° ENERGY AUDIT WATER PURIFICATION SYSTEMS PLUMBING-HEATING-AIR CONDITIONING GEOTHERMAL-SOLAR-NEW INSTALLATION ELECTRICAL-REPAIR & MAINTENANCE EFFICIENCY-SAFETY-COMFORT WWW.CALBERTMATTHEWSINC.COM

410-822-0900

152

Profile for Tidewater Times

Tidewater Times May 2019  

May 2019 Tidewater Times

Tidewater Times May 2019  

May 2019 Tidewater Times