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idewater Trader 2018-2019
ssue November 6, 2018 Page 7
37 Years of Community Service
todd’s body shop
Collision Repairs • 24 Hour Wrecker Service • Auto Sales
Maryland State Vehicle Inspections
416 Morgnec Road, Chestertown, MD 21620
– Since 1986 –
Hours: Monday-Thursday 7am-5:30pm Friday & Saturday byAppointment
No Facebook, No Twitter, No Fancy Website,
Just the Same People, Same Location,
Same Personal Service for
32 Years
Todd and Diane Smith
Body Shop, Inc.
Have you ever reported an
auto insurance claim and
were told the following?
Insurance companies don’t fix cars
and they don’t guarantee the work –
Insist on
If so, you better switch
insurance companies.
“We don’t guarantee the work at that shop.”
“You may have to wait a week for an appraiser
to come look at your vehicle.”
“If the final bill is more money, you will have to pay the difference.”
“You will have to drive to
Dover/Annapolis/Easton/Elkton for an estimate.”
Body Shop, Inc.
Shuttle Service
Reasonably Priced
• Locally owned
• Shuttle services
provided for all
of your needs
and locations
• 24 hours a day
7 days a week
Milford Murray
Call 443-528-7174
Save 3 Hours
of your day with our
Shelley’s Tag
& Title Service
We look forward to serving you!
7334 Church Hill Road
Monday-Friday 9-5, Sat 8-12
What’s New for 2018-2019
1-443-433-4112 or email mwc.dnr
ou can also re-
port violations from your phone
using the Maryland DNR App!
• Special event pheasant hunts
will be held on December 15 and
16, 2018 at five Wildlife Manage-
ment Areas in western Maryland.
A lottery will provide Junior and
Apprentice License holders only,
an exclusive opportunity to hunt
pheasants. Those wishing to par-
ticipate must apply for a permit
through a lottery process.
• Hunters may nowmaintain their
harvest report card electronically.
Legislation passed during the 2018
General Assembly created several
changes for hunters in Maryland:
• Hunters may nowwear daylight
fluorescent pink in addition to flu-
orescent orange.
• In Montgomery County archery
hunters are no longer required to
use a tree stand when hunting but
must be in an elevated position
when hunting within 50 to 100
yards of any building or camp oc-
cupied by human beings.
To report boating, fishing,
hunting and Natural Resources
violations and emergencies
24 hours, 7 days a week, call the
Natural Resources Police at
410-260-8888 or 1-800-628-9944.
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