I am incredibly honored to receive this endorsement from the League of Conservation Voters of Anne Arundel County. I admire their steadfast dedication to supporting environmentally friendly candidates and thank the AACLOCV for their faith and support in working with vocal leaders of environmental protection and conservancy.
My administration has been dedicated to fighting for and protecting the environment in and around the city. It is and has been a priority of mine to work with the local and regional environmental groups to form innovative and cost effective ways to make Annapolis a green leader in not just Maryland but nationwide.
Here is my recent Guest Column in the Capital Gazette focused on how Annapolis is currently in a strong financial situation. Don't believe it? Ask the experts. Moody's and Fitch gave the city very high ratings, just short of the highest possible. Instead of listening to political rhetoric, let's listen to what the professional bond rating agencies say.
On May 10, under the direction of Mayor Pantelides Administration, two companies came to Annapolis to present to the community their systems for flood prevention.
I have submitted a $107.5 million Operating Budget to City Council. The proposed budget is the result of three years of hard work, financial accountability, and using public input to determine services most in demand.