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Town of Mountain Lake Park 

P.O. Box 2182

1007 Allegany Drive

Mountain Lake Park, MD 21550


(301) 334-2250 - phone

(301) 334-9027 - fax


mlpclerk@mac.com

 

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Town Officials

Town Council Members
Donald W. Sincell - Mayor - 7/2021
Bryan Fred Callis - Vice President of Council - 7/2020
Patrick Damon - 7/2020
Linda Fike - 7/2021
James Moore - 7/2021
Pam Nelson - 7/2020

Planning Commission
Patrick Damon - Chairman
Linda Goodrich

Zoning Board of Appeals
Karen Wooddell - Chairman
Leon Cardiff, Jr.
Gene Flinn

Town Employees
Lenora Fischetti - Clerk Treasurer
Jeff Meyers - Maintenance Supervisor
Willie Stemple

Code Enforcement Office
Jarrett Mahoney

Attorney
William Rudd

 

News

NOTICE: We take the health and safety of our residents and employees very seriously. If you have a question or need information, please call the Town Hall at (301)334-2250 or email mlpclerk@mac.com. The Town Hall is now closed to the public.


Town Council Meeting -  The next meeting will be held on Thursday, June 4, 2020 at 6 PM. The meeting will begin with Public Hearings for the adoption of two ordinances: the Fiscal Year 2021 Budget Ordinance and the the Zoning Ordinance Amendment - Electronic Signs. 

The meeting will be held via Zoom. You can join the meeting on your desktop, laptop, device, or phone using one of the connections below. All guests will be muted until the public comment period.

When prompted, you can download the Zoom application (preferred) or view in your web browser. The meeting includes video and audio.

Note: All meetings are recorded and for the public record.

As an added measure of security, registration will be required. Attendance is free and open to the public.

The link is posted here:

You are invited to a Zoom webinar. 

When: Jun 4, 2020 06:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada) 

Topic: MLP June Mayor and Town Council Meeting 

Register in advance for this webinar:

https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_023ffIMNQ0WpzSrDDXpcIg 

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

Those interested in attending by phone may join live by dialing 1-301-715-8592 and entering Webinar ID: 818 5230 1227#   


7/3/2020 - Closed in observance of Independence Day.

7/7/2020 - Deadline to apply for Absentee Ballot for Town Election on 7/14/2020.

7/14/2020 - General Election - to elect 3 Councilmembers.

Wooddell Park is now open for the season. The use of playground equipment is prohibited during the current pandemic. The COVID-19 virus can survive on surfaces for several days.


3/27/2020 - Information from Maryland Dept. of Labor: Links for Resource Requests/Offers for Business Assistance


Leaf & grass clippings pickup - The leaf truck is back! Pickups will be every Thursday until fall leaf pickup.


Brush Pickup - will resume on April 24, 2020, and will continue on the last Friday of each month through September 2020.


2020 Census News - Click here for link to Maryland's website.


* Lost & Found - Three umbrellas left at various locations during Chautauqua Festival. A set of keys were found in the road by the tennis courts. To claim them, please visit the Town Hall during regular office hours.


The Answers Have Arrived - In June 2018 the Mayor and Town Council of Mountain Lake Park hosted a public meeting regarding the proposed Oakland Bypass. Local residents had a lot of questions for the officials from the Maryland Dept. of Transportation (MDOT) who were in attendance. Mark Stutzman, on behalf of Engage Mountain Maryland, compiled our questions. Click here to read the responses.


Town Parks are equipped with video surveillance. All parks and walking trails in town are trash-free. Visitors are to put litter they generate in trash bags and carry it home. This will improve the appearance of parks and trails by removing trash cans that detract from the beauty of the environment. 












     






Fun Facts

The town picks up about 300 tons of leaves each autumn.

In 1881, Mountain Lake Park was purchased as 800 acres for the sum of $4,672.

Today, the town has expanded to 1280 acres with an assessed value over $100,000,000.

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