Town of Round Hill

The following were among actions taken at the July 5 meeting of the Round Hill Town Council. For more information, call 338-7878.

TOWN APPOINTMENTS -- The council reappointed Kimball Peele as vice mayor and Betty Wolford as recorder/treasurer, and appointed Bill Heston to the Round Hill Planning Commission.

Peele, a regional coordinator with the Alcohol Safety Action Project, and Wolford, the town clerk, will serve in their positions for two years.

Heston, a Fairfax County police officer, will serve on the planning commission until January 1992, completing the term of Steve Hanley who resigned from his seat last spring.

All three positions are unpaid.

Town of Hamilton

The following were among actions taken at the July 9 meeting of the Hamilton Town Council. For more information, call 338-2811.

PLANT EXPANSION -- The council received a memo from its attorney, Julie Cannon, saying she had sent to the Loudoun Board of Supervisors Hamilton's application for a $300,000 loan to partly finance expansion of the town's wastewater treatment plant.

The town plans to double the plant's capacity, to 160,000 gallons per day, to accommodate recent and future growth. The project is estimated to cost $650,000.

The Loudoun County board is scheduled to vote on the loan application at its July 17 meeting.

To obtain additional funding for the project, Hamilton has applied for a $200,000 loan from the Virginia Revolving Loan Fund, a state agency that provides loans to municipalities. It also has received a pledge of $164,300 from the developers of Carriage Ridge, a new subdivision that will be served by the expanded plant.

APPOINTMENTS -- The council appointed Aledra Hollenbach and reappointed Paul Raible, David Jacobini and Jody Haag to the Hamilton Planning Commission. The commissioners serve four-year terms and are unpaid.