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Volume 33,  Number 18                                                                                     October 14,2011

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MACo is a non-profit and non-partisan organization that serves Maryland's counties by articulating the needs of local government to the Maryland General Assembly

MACo 2012 Winter Conference  

 William Donald Schaefer 

January 4-6, 2012


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2011 MACo Executive Committee


President, Ken Ulman   


1st VP, Ingrid Turner  


2nd VP, Richard Pollitt  


Secretary, Thomas Duncan    


Treasurer, Isiah Leggett  


Immediate Past President, David Craig 

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MACo is proud to announce that registration is open for our 2012 Annual Winter Conference at the Hyatt Regency Chesapeake Bay Hotel in Dorchester County, January 4-6.  The theme for the upcoming Conference is "Do It NOW" in honor of the public service commitment and vision of former Governor and MACo Past President William Donald Schaefer.   


There are many informative and timely session scheduled.  Do not let this opportunity pass you by-register soon!   


Sessions Include:

  • Academy Core Session: "Conducting Effective Meetings"
  • Academy Core Session: "Basics of Risk Management"
  • General Session: " Finding & Fostering Future Public Leaders"
  • General Session: "Customer Service Lessons for the Public Sector"
    Corrections: "Cost-Saving Alternatives to Incarceration"
  • Attorneys: "Pitfalls & Pillars of Ethics of Compliance"
  • Engineers: "Miss Utility Law-New Requirements, New Protections"
  • Parks & Recreation: "Recreation Innovation: Partnering with Schools"
  • Administrators: "The New World of Public Employees"
  • Aging: "Customer Service: Creating Effective Boundaries When Everyone Wants  it Now"
  • Health & Human Services: "Federal Fallout: Prioritizing Citizen Services"
  • Planners & Environmental Health: "Septic Systems: Policy, Planning & Problems" 
  • 2012 General Assembly Forecast  
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