Ad Hoc Mill Pond House Ruins Committee


Next Meeting: January 11, 2018, 5 p.m. City Hall Room 212

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  • Carrie Albee, Historic Preservation Commission (HPC)/Archeologist
  • Debbie Barron, Resident
  • Gary Compton, Resident
  • Rebecca Cybularz, Historical Architect
  • Donna Murphy, Resident
  • Jack Murphy, Resident
  • Patricia Ogden, Historian/ Frederick Landmarks Foundation
  • Nicholas Redding, Activist/Preservation Maryland
  • Carol Romer, Resident
  • David Romer, Resident
  • Dedra Salitrik, Resident
  • John Salitrik, Resident
  • Heidi Sproat, Resident
  • Stacey Streett, HPC/ Archeology Background
  • Joan Suwalsy, Resident
  • Elaine Tickner, Resident

About the Committee

The Wormald Companies is currently preparing a City Parkland Dedication Plat as part of the Worman's Mill Development. On the property is a historic site known as the Mill House Pond Ruins. As the City takes ownership, we want to ensure the protection of this resource. In response, the Historic Preservation Commission created the Mill Pond House Ruins Committee. 

This group, made up of concerned citizens and preservation professionals, was formed with the goal of obtaining grants to research, document, stabilize and interpret the site. With the installation of a nearby bicycle pedestrian path, there is a unique opportunity to incorporate this site as a landmark along the trail and serve as a heritage tourism attraction.

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