Governor Photo Release: Governor Hogan Attends Maryland Municipal League Summer Conference


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ANNAPOLIS, MD—Governor Larry Hogan delivered remarks this evening at the 2019 Maryland Municipal League (MML) summer conference dinner at the Roland E. Powell Convention Center in Ocean City, Md. The conference dinner wrapped up two days the governor spent meeting with and discussing critical local issues with the 157 municipal governments throughout the State of Maryland.

“We have spent four years working together to unshackle the unlimited potential and promise of our great state. We have debated, discussed, and reasoned together honestly and productively with integrity and sincere purpose. We have sought out bipartisan and common sense solutions,” said Governor Hogan. “The theme of this year’s conference was ‘Together, We Can’ and I truly believe that there is no limit to what we can achieve when we all work together to serve the people and find real solutions to the serious problems we face.”


On Monday afternoon, Governor Hogan presented an official Governor’s citation to owners Laura and John Sydnor to recognize Snappers Waterfront Cafe’s 25th anniversary of serving great food to the Cambridge, Md. community.


On Monday evening, Governor Hogan joined the leadership of the Maryland Municipal League, local government representatives, and sponsors of the 2019 MML Summer Conference for dinner Monday evening.


On Tuesday morning, Governor Hogan walked the MML Exhibition Hall at the Roland E. Powell Ocean City Convention Center and met with the many state agencies showcasing the resources that are available to local towns and municipalities.


On Tuesday afternoon, Governor Hogan helped cut the ribbon to celebrate the grand opening of Bad Monkey West OC, the newest location of Bad Monkey Bar & Grill serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner.


On Tuesday afternoon, Governor Hogan greeted Marylanders on the Ocean City Boardwalk and exchanged challenge coins with the newly appointed Ocean City Fire Chief, Richie Bowers.

The Maryland Municipal League, founded in 1936, represents 157 municipal governments across Maryland and works to strengthen and support local communities through advocacy and the development of effective leadership.


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