County Executive Pittman's Weekly Letter

“It’s the direct, raw, and sometimes unconventional story the way I want to tell it. It’s my take on what matters each and every week from the fourth floor of the Arundel Center.”  

-- County Executive Steuart Pittman

 

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Weekly Letter: The Legacy of Anthony Manganaro

Funerals impact me. Especially when the friends and family of the deceased truly share with the audience the person they have lost.

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Weekly Letter: Family Stories

I’ve had zero influence on my sister’s thinking about education, but her work has influenced me. Now that you know about that one sister, I might as well come clean. There are others. They’ve all influenced me. You see, I was born into a public policy think tank.
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Weekly Letter: Back to School

Our future depends on the next generation solving problems, cooperating with one another across the planet, and confronting these threats. Going from a home environment to a school environment is a first step to get there, into something bigger, into community, into diversity, and into opportunity.
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Weekly Letter: Development

I’m not anti-development. In fact I may be more pro-development - pro redevelopment, transit-oriented development, town center development, and housing for our essential workers - than any County Executive before me. But I’ll fight like hell to protect nature from destruction by human beings.
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Weekly Letter: MACO

When we sit down as a Board of Directors, we are friends and allies in the urgent work of managing the institutions of local government. Doing that work either as an elected leader or a county agency employee without knowing and learning from peers across the state who are doing the same work, would be irresponsible. So we gather in Ocean City, and we all benefit.