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2011-09-01 The County Times

2011-09-01 The County Times

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Store Manager of the Hollywood Road McKay’s, Richard Hammett, throws food into a trash container behind the store.Due to the prolonged power outage, thestore lost all of its perishable inventory.
On The Cover 
ON THE FRONT
 Also Inside 
What’s InsideWhat’s Inside
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Flooding in McIntosh Run resulted in Newtowne Neck Road being shut down for a day before the waters receded. The Port of Leonardtown and the antique center are often affected during heavy rains.Glenn Colby, of Whiskey Creek Road, left, talks with Gov. MartinO’Malley about the damage incurred in his neighborhood fromHurricane Irene.
cover  money 
Free InItIal ConsultatIon
Auto Accidents Workers’ comp
• Divorce/Separation• Support/Custody• Domestic Violence• Criminal/Trafc• DWI/MVA HearingsPower of Attorney• Name Change • Adoption• Wills • Guardianship
SERVING CHARLES • ST. MARY’S • PG • CALVERT
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Providing Excellent Service For Over 20 Years
99 Smallwood Dr. Waldorf, MD • 206 Washignton Ave. LaPlata, MD
(301) 932-7700 (301) 870-7111
Accepting:
Scan this “Times Code”with your smart phone
4 County News 7 Editorial8 Money10 Obits12 Crime14 Education16 Cover Story18 Newsmakers20 Community22 Community Calendar24 Senior25 Business Directory26 Games27 Columns28 Entertainment29 Boat Racing 30 Sports 31 Fishing
Eddie Vaughn with a crew from Carroll Electric out of Georgia works to reconnect a power  pole on Steerhorn Neck Road in Hollywood.
“Some  places inthe county look normal,others look like a real mess.” 
- County  Administrator John Savich,talking aboutthe aftermathof HurricaneIrene
April Hancock
PO Box 407Bryans Road, MD 20616301-743-9000
An Independent Agent Representing: ERIE INSURANCE GROUP 
 
Standing: Dan Burris, Jake Kuntz, Seated: Lisa Squires,Susan Ennis, Donna Burris
Gary SimpsonMatt LaidleyKatie Facchina
7480 Crain HighwayLa Plata, MD 20646301-934-8437
 
Thursday, September 1, 2011
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Prices Effective For Two Weeks Friday, August 26 thru Thursday, September 8, 2011 
STORE HOURSSEPT. 5TH 20117AM-7PM
Lay’sPotato Chips
Assorted Varieties10-10.5 oz. Bag
FREE
BUY 1 GET 1
Sa v i ns
Shurfine Hamburgeror Hot Dog Rolls
 8 Ct./12oz. Pkg.
 99
 
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Bush’s BestBaked Beans
 
Assorted Varieties21-28 oz. Can
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Porterhouse orT-Bone Steaks
U.S.D.A. Select Value Pack
 5
99
Pepsi Fridge Mates
Assorted Varieties12 Pk/12 oz. Cans
4/ 
 
$
11
White orBi-Color Sweet Corn
 
12
 
 / 2
99
Ears
Lb.
EsskayMeat Franks
Regular or Oriole1 Lb. Pkg.
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FAIRLAND MARKET, INC. P.O. BOX 98 HOLLYWOOD, MD 20636 301-373-5848
37670 Mohawk Drive 46075 Signature Lane 23860 Hollywood Road 23415 Three Notch Road 40845 Merchants LaneCharlotte Hall, MD 20622 Lexington Park, MD 20653 Hollywood, MD 20636 California, MD 20619 Leonardtown, MD 20650
Due to extended power outage and to assure the safety of products for our customers, McKay’s has chosen to dispose of all refrigerated and frozen product at ourHollywood store location. All produce, meat, deli, dairy, and frozen food products have been removed and disposed.Due to the extensive loss of product, beginning Thursday, September 1 the Hollywood store will be open from 9am until 9pm in order to liquidate the remainingnon-perishable inventory. All remaining product in the store will be discounted for immediate sale with the exception of alcoholic beverages and tobacco products.At the end of the liquidation period, McKay’s will close the Hollywood store for a short period of time to clean and remodel the entire store. The alcoholicbeverage area will remain open during the remodeling period providing a variety of beverages and convenience items.We thank you for your patience, as all the associates of McKay’s looks forward to serving you at our Hollywood location with an exciting newly remodeled store.In the meantime we invite you to shop at our Leonardtown, Wildewood, Great Mills, or Charlotte Hall locations.McKay’s would like to take this opportunity to thank all the many people who have worked so hard to restore our communities to normal in the aftermath of Hurricane Irene. All the utility companies, state and local government agencies, our many volunteer agencies, and the many community businesses and associates,including the McKay’s associates, we thank you for your hard work and dedication in this time of great need.Sincerely,The McKay FamilyServing Southern Maryland Since 1948
 

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