The News from Frederick, Maryland on June 5, 1970 · Page 10
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June 5, 1970

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 10

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PfegeA-10 THE NEWS, Frederick, Maryland Friday. Jme $, MM New Forest Fee System In Effect Effective M«y 15, · new Nat-1 for MMO dollar*, allowed the tonal For** recreation fee a» tern was put into operation. Ttta waa according to Geoife S. James, Regional Poreater of the UJS. FowatSorvice, designed to replacetbeGokleoEaglePass- port which had been the annual Federal Recreation Area Entrance Permit since 1965, until the eviration of toe program on April 1,1970. The Golden Eagle, which sold Tone/town City Council Holds Meet The mayor and city council of Taneytown met at the city office for their regular monthly meeting this week* At that time, three personable and energetic yourths from our community, Barbara Sharp and Diane Musser and Robert Musser, appeared asking for suggestions for helping to keep toe community clean. These young people have had an all-out campaign to "clean up our town" and certainly deserve a lot of credit. The mayor and city council each complimentedthemfortheir fine work and community spirit and gave a few suggestions as to how they can continue this project. The town officials have been working for over a year toward getting a federal grant for the improvement of the treatment plant and the extension of the sewer system for the city. Mr. John Saylor from Buchart-Horn engineering firm, was present and stated that things look very favorable after which Mayor Neal W. Powell signed the resolution authorizing formal application for said grant. The street committe^ William Hopkins and Robert FUckta- ger, have made a survey of the street and alleys and brought their findings and recommendations before the council. There will be an ton the spot* inspection by the mayor and council on June 15th after which the bids for the necessary work will be sent to the contractors. All citizens are urged to clear their lots of weeds and debris. The weed control committee, after having made a routine check, stated that any such offenders will receive a notice requiring that lots be mowed* It was noted that the engineers have reported bids for the standpipe will be opened on July 20, 1970. The pipes and valves have been ordered and will be installed by the city employees. Citizens were reminded that city permits are required for construction of new sidewalks and repair or replacement of existing sidewalks. The bids for fuel oil were reviewed and Palmer Petroleum Products was found to be the low bidder and awarded the contract for the coming year. purchaser access to any Federal recreation area for a full year. The new National Forest Recreation Permit alao sells for $7, and is valid until December 31,1970 at all recreationfee areas administered by the U.S. Forest Service. In making the anunouncement, Regional Forester James stated, "Many users of Federal recreation areas have expressed great disappointment when the Golden Eagle Passport was dropped. They found great merit intheuse of a single pass for entry into many Federal recreation areas in fte country for continuing the GoMen Eagle Passport has not yet been approved by the Congress. Accordingly, the Forest Service along with other Federal agencies has initiated separate fee systems." The $7 annual National Forest Recreation Permit allows the purchaser and all occupants of his noncommercial vehicle to use facilities on any designated National Forest recreation area which required a SI daily fee. There is no limit to the number of places or times the permit, can be used, It will also provide a $1 credit towardspayment vide a $1 credit towards payment for use of campsites where the recreation fee is $2 or more per day. For those who do not wish to purchase an annual permit, a daily permit is also available. Again, the purchaser and all occupants of his noncommercial vehicle may use the facilities on the recreation area for which it is purchased. The daily user fee ranges from $1 to S3 depending upon facilities and services available at each area. All daily permits are valid for overnight use of campsites, until noon of the day following purchase. Children under age 16 and escorted education tours are exempt from fees for use of camp and picnic sites, and swimming and boat launching areas. The National Forest Recreation Permit is not valid for use of facilities administered by the Federal Government through other agencies such as the National Park Service, Bureau of Land Management* and the Bureau of Sport Fisheries and Wildlife. Permits issued by these agencies are not valid for use of facilities administered by the U.S. Forest Service. 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