The Commissioners of St. Mary’s County held their final regular business meeting of the month, Tuesday, January 26, in the Chesapeake Building in Leonardtown. Following approval of the consent agenda, the Commissioners recognized more than 250 volunteers who serve on various county boards, committees and commissions. The annual recognition highlights the collaborative approach between the Commissioners and members of the community. The Commissioners then presented a virtual Groundbreaking Ceremony for the North County Farmers Market built in Charlotte Hall. The farmers market is slated to open in the late summer of 2021. The first Proclamation of 2021 recognized School Choices Week and was read by Commissioner President Randy Guy. Acknowledging the many vibrant educational choices St. Mary’s County residents can select for their students, the proclamation will be sent to representatives of public, private, and home-schools. Dr. Maureen Murphy, President, College of Southern Maryland, delivered the 2021 State of the College report to the Commissioners. Highlights of the report included CSM’s response to the pandemic, student outreach, diversity initiatives, and a look at future plans. The Commissioners approved transfer of the county owned surplus properties at 22695 Old Rolling Road in California and the Tulagi Place & South Coral Alleyway […]
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