If you would like to request an appearance before the Town Council of Centreville, requests and discussion materials must be submitted to Carolyn Brinkley, Town Clerk no later than noon on the Friday before the meeting.  Requests and materials can be emailed to cbrinkley@townofcentreville.org or dropped off to Town Hall at 101 Lawyer’s Row, Centreville, MD.
 
As a reminder, public comment for any subject on the Town Council Agenda can be submitted to Carolyn Brinkley, Town Clerk at cbrinkley@townofcentreville.org  by 5:00 p.m. the day of the meeting.  Please submit your name and address with your comments to be read into the record.  No comments will be read without a name and address included.
 
To view the Town Council meeting on QAC-TV’s Facebook page, please follow this link.  Centreville Town Council meetings will also air live on QAC-TV therefore, anyone with Atlantic Broadband can view the meeting live on Channel 7 or 77.   To watch previous meetings please go to this link for a playlist of Town Council meetings from March 19th and forward.
 
If anyone would like to watch live on their TV but do not have Atlantic Broadband, they can watch with a Roku device or Roku TV by adding PEG.TV Channel to their channel list and finding QAC-TV within the PEG.TV Channel.  The meeting can be watched live or you may view any of the previous meetings.  Here is the link to the ROKU Channel if someone has a ROKU TV or Streaming device.   Log onto your ROKU account and add the PEG.TV Channel Free.
 
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If you would like to request an appearance before the Town Council of Centreville, requests and discussion materials must be submitted to Carolyn Brinkley, Town Clerk no later than noon on the Friday before the meeting. Requests and materials can be emailed to cbrinkley@townofcentreville.org or dropped off to Town Hall at 101 Lawyer’s Row, Centreville, MD.

As a reminder, public comment for any subject on the Town Council Agenda can be submitted to Carolyn Brinkley, Town Clerk at cbrinkley@townofcentreville.org by 5:00 p.m. the day of the meeting. Please submit your name and address with your comments to be read into the record. No comments will be read without a name and address included.

To view the Town Council meeting on QAC-TV’s Facebook page, please follow this link. Centreville Town Council meetings will also air live on QAC-TV therefore, anyone with Atlantic Broadband can view the meeting live on Channel 7 or 77. To watch previous meetings please go to this link for a playlist of Town Council meetings from March 19th and forward.

If anyone would like to watch live on their TV but do not have Atlantic Broadband, they can watch with a Roku device or Roku TV by adding PEG.TV Channel to their channel list and finding QAC-TV within the PEG.TV Channel. The meeting can be watched live or you may view any of the previous meetings. Here is the link to the ROKU Channel if someone has a ROKU TV or Streaming device. Log onto your ROKU account and add the PEG.TV Channel Free.

https://channelstore.roku.com/details/5611/pegtv

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Please Note: Queen Anne’s County is not responsible for the content provided on “related” and “promoted” videos that are accessible from this county’s YouTube channel. All viewers should note that these related videos and comments expressed on them do not reflect the opinions and position of the Queen Anne’s County Government or its employees. Suggested videos are based on YouTube's algorithm.

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Centreville Town Council Meeting | December 1, 2022

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If you would like to request an appearance before the Town Council of Centreville, requests and discussion materials must be submitted to Carolyn Brinkley, Town Clerk no later than noon on the Friday before the meeting.  Requests and materials can be emailed to cbrinkley@townofcentreville.org or dropped off to Town Hall at 101 Lawyer’s Row, Centreville, MD.
 
As a reminder, public comment for any subject on the Town Council Agenda can be submitted to Carolyn Brinkley, Town Clerk at cbrinkley@townofcentreville.org  by 5:00 p.m. the day of the meeting.  Please submit your name and address with your comments to be read into the record.  No comments will be read without a name and address included.
 
To view the Town Council meeting on QAC-TV’s Facebook page, please follow this link.  Centreville Town Council meetings will also air live on QAC-TV therefore, anyone with Atlantic Broadband can view the meeting live on Channel 7 or 77.   To watch previous meetings please go to this link for a playlist of Town Council meetings from March 19th and forward.
 
If anyone would like to watch live on their TV but do not have Atlantic Broadband, they can watch with a Roku device or Roku TV by adding PEG.TV Channel to their channel list and finding QAC-TV within the PEG.TV Channel.  The meeting can be watched live or you may view any of the previous meetings.  Here is the link to the ROKU Channel if someone has a ROKU TV or Streaming device.   Log onto your ROKU account and add the PEG.TV Channel Free.
 
https://channelstore.roku.com/details/5611/pegtv

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Please Note: Queen Anne’s County is not responsible for the content provided on “related” and “promoted” videos that are accessible from this county’s YouTube channel. All viewers should note that these related videos and comments expressed on them do not reflect the opinions and position of the Queen Anne’s County Government or its employees. Suggested videos are based on YouTube's algorithm.

If you would like to request an appearance before the Town Council of Centreville, requests and discussion materials must be submitted to Carolyn Brinkley, Town Clerk no later than noon on the Friday before the meeting. Requests and materials can be emailed to cbrinkley@townofcentreville.org or dropped off to Town Hall at 101 Lawyer’s Row, Centreville, MD.

As a reminder, public comment for any subject on the Town Council Agenda can be submitted to Carolyn Brinkley, Town Clerk at cbrinkley@townofcentreville.org by 5:00 p.m. the day of the meeting. Please submit your name and address with your comments to be read into the record. No comments will be read without a name and address included.

To view the Town Council meeting on QAC-TV’s Facebook page, please follow this link. Centreville Town Council meetings will also air live on QAC-TV therefore, anyone with Atlantic Broadband can view the meeting live on Channel 7 or 77. To watch previous meetings please go to this link for a playlist of Town Council meetings from March 19th and forward.

If anyone would like to watch live on their TV but do not have Atlantic Broadband, they can watch with a Roku device or Roku TV by adding PEG.TV Channel to their channel list and finding QAC-TV within the PEG.TV Channel. The meeting can be watched live or you may view any of the previous meetings. Here is the link to the ROKU Channel if someone has a ROKU TV or Streaming device. Log onto your ROKU account and add the PEG.TV Channel Free.

https://channelstore.roku.com/details/5611/pegtv

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Please Note: Queen Anne’s County is not responsible for the content provided on “related” and “promoted” videos that are accessible from this county’s YouTube channel. All viewers should note that these related videos and comments expressed on them do not reflect the opinions and position of the Queen Anne’s County Government or its employees. Suggested videos are based on YouTube's algorithm.

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Centreville Town Council Meeting | November 17, 2022

87 views Fri Nov 18th, 2022

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MARINE SERVICE TECHNICIAN PROGRAM

Whether you are a boat enthusiast, work in the marine industry, or are ready to begin a new career, our instructors will teach you to install, troubleshoot, diagnose, and repair a wide range of marine equipment and systems. Learn in our dedicated marine trades labs with industry experts, then put your skills to work on the water as a Yamaha Certified Technician, Basic Marine Electronics Installer (MEI), or American Boat and Yacht Council (ABYC). For more information, email the Skilled Trades Department at skilledtrades@chesapeake.edu.

INTRODUCTION TO MARINE ENGINE SYSTEMS

This continuing education course is designed to enable students to gain a basic understanding of marine engines, their operating principles, and the tools used to service and maintain them. This course is ideal for those interested in pursuing employment in the marine service industry. Topics include an orientation to the marine service industry, outboard engine systems, diesel engine systems, common engine/boat parts, mechanic service tools, and basic service procedures. Students have the opportunity to obtain industry-recognized certifications from marine manufacturers such as Yamaha and Volvo Penta.
Course fee: $560 (Tuition: In-county $100, Out-of-county $105, Out-of-state $110)

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Please Note: Queen Anne’s County is not responsible for the content provided on “related” and “promoted” videos that are accessible from this county’s YouTube channel. All viewers should note that these related videos and comments expressed on them do not reflect the opinions and position of the Queen Anne’s County Government or its employees. Suggested videos are based on YouTube's algorithm.

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Workforce Training Classes - Marine Trades

60 views Thu Nov 17th, 2022