Category Archives: Government

Comptroller launches Rock Hall’s Restaurant Week

Maryland Comptroller Peter Franchot and State Delegate Jeff Ghrist joins Mayor Brian Jones, and other elected officials to kick-off Rock Hall Restaurant Week. Continue reading

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Public Notice: Commissioners Meets with Senator Cardin on April 17, 2017

Public Notice: The County Commissioners of Kent County, Maryland, do hereby provide public notice that on April 17, 2017 at 12:00 p.m., the Commissioners and County staff will meet with Senator Benjamin L. Cardin. Continue reading

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Millington Town Election – March 7, 2017

In accordance with the Millington Town Charter, the Town of Millington will hold an election for two (2) positions on the Town Council on Tuesday, March 7, 2017. Continue reading

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Final Community Forum Announced for the Kent County Comprehensive Plan Update, Citizen Participation Crucial to Plan’s Success

The Kent County Planning Commission will hold the final Comprehensive Plan public forum on Wednesday March 15, 2017 from 6:00 pm until 8:00 pm at the Kent County High School. Continue reading

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Millington Condemned the School Board on Its Plan to Close Millington Elementary School

On February 14, 2017 the Town of Millington voted 5-0 on a Resolution that condemned the School Board of Kent County for its plan to close Millington Elementary School. Continue reading

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Climbing the Hill: A Conversation With Maryland Senator Barbara Mikulski and ABC News Commentator Cokie Roberts

Two influential and iconic Washington women—former Maryland Sen. Barbara Mikulski and news commentator and political analyst Cokie Roberts—will kick off a new series at Washington College on Friday, March 3. The event launches a new series of programs commemorating the upcoming centennial of the amendment that gave American women the right to vote. Continue reading

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