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End of Session Wrap Up

Posted by on May 9, 2016 in Annapolis | 0 comments

  This past Monday was the last day of the 436th Legislative Session of Maryland. This session 2,817 bills were introduced. Of those, 834 passed the General Assembly with most of those being local in nature. They now await Governor Hogan’s decision to determine their fate. From our perspective, we had a very productive session. We stopped bills that would have harmed our economy, passed bills that will help, and we will also receive funding for important projects here on the Lower Shore. Budgetary Progress One of the more positive things to come out of session was the Governor’s operating and capital budgets. Both were passed with zero tax increases for the second year in a row! The budget includes funding for local projects at Salisbury University, the Ward Museum, Arthur W. Perdue Stadium, and the UMES Pharmacy building. Priority Bills that Passed HB1395 Disparity Grant bill This bill increases the amount of funding to low-wealth counties, which was cut during the previous administration. Wicomico County will see at least an additional $1 million in each of the next two fiscal years. The bill moved quickly over the last week and passed with just 24 minutes left in session. I am very appreciative of teamwork of all of our local Senators and Delegates and...

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Governor Hogan Rolls Back Tolls Statewide – Saving Marylanders $54 Million A Year

Posted by on May 7, 2015 in Annapolis | 0 comments

“We are proud to announce what by far is our largest tax relief package to date and marks the first time tolls have been lowered in Maryland in nearly 50 years,” said Governor Hogan. ANNAPOLIS, MD – Governor Larry Hogan today delivered on his promise to roll back Maryland’s high toll rates and put money back in the pockets of hard-working Maryland families and businesses. From the Bay and Hatem bridges to the Harbor Crossings, the Intercounty Connector (ICC), and the new I-95 Express Toll Lanes (ETL), Governor Hogan’s toll rollback, which takes effect July 1, 2015, will save Maryland citizens $270 million over the next five years. Read...

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#MDUnites: Helping Out in Baltimore

Posted by on Apr 30, 2015 in Baltimore | 0 comments

We finally made it back to the shore, but our thoughts and prayers are still with the people of Baltimore. It was a great day working beside the people of the neighborhood as well as Delegates Anderton (my boss), Hayes, Hettleman, and McCray, along with Attorney General Frosh. Being there and seeing the passion of everyone to help each other was a huge blessing that I’ll never forget. –...

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Working Together in Baltimore

Posted by on Apr 30, 2015 in Baltimore | 0 comments

  Working today at the Lillian Jones Rec Center preparing to give the community food from the Maryland Food Bank. It’s a blessing to see how many people are volunteering in Baltimore. When we all work together we can accomplish...

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Delmarva Poultry Association Dinner

Posted by on Apr 28, 2015 in Agriculture, Annapolis | 0 comments

  Thank you to Secretary Bartenfelder for speaking at the DPI dinner. It’s great to see the Secretary of Agriculture on the Lower Eastern Shore on a consistent...

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Coastal Association of Realtors Hold Legislative Breakfast

Posted by on Apr 28, 2015 in Annapolis | 0 comments

  The Coastal Association of Realtors hosted a legislative breakfast this morning. It was great to be able to give a session review to...

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