The Tyson train is back in Snow Hill! This train will have 10 cars, and will be hauling grain. Thank you to Maryland and Delaware Railroad Company and Tyson for all your hard work making this happen. Residents, please be cautious when traveling near the train tracks, the train is coming from the Berlin area. This is very exciting for Snow Hill!
The Mayor and Council will be holding a work session on Tuesday, June 4th at 4:30 pm at the Train Station. Developer Tom Ayd will be presenting his concept plan for a new development on Belt Street. His plans include rehabilitation of The Heritage Court Apartments as well as 24 new units on Belt St.
We encourage everyone to attend this meeting to hear his plans and provide input.
The Maryland and Delaware Railroad Company has advised us that the Tyson Freight Train in Snow Hill will be resuming very soon. They are estimating it will take service around June 7th or June 10th/11th.
The results for the polls are in for the General Election.
The polls show Gary Weber for Mayor; Melisa Weidner for Central Council; and LaToya Purnell for Western Council.
There are 31 absentee ballots to be counted, as well as 19 provisional ballots that have to be reviewed.
Official results will be posted once all absentee and provisional ballots have been counted.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
May 3, 2019
Town Manager Announces Retirement
SNOW HILL – Snow Hill Town Manager, Kelly Pruitt announced her retirement, effective May 31, 2019. After 30+ years in the public sector, Mrs. Pruitt will be taking a private sector position and looks forward to spending more time with her family and traveling.
Mrs. Pruitt began employment with the Town of Snow Hill in 1988 and worked her way to advancement. On November 14, 2000, Mrs. Pruitt was appointed Town Manager by the Mayor and Town Council and led the town to many significant accomplishments.
Advertising to fill the position will be done next week and a successful candidate shall be chosen by the elected officials after being sworn in at the June town meeting.
Mayor Stephen Mathews stated that the town and Council appreciated Mrs. Pruitt’s service to the community and wish her the best in her new job.