County Executive Steve Schuh to Host “Community Connections” Night in North County
Annapolis, MD (March 9, 2016) – Continuing in his effort to connect county government with as many citizens as possible, County Executive Steve Schuh today announced his administration is sponsoring a “Community Connections” Night to be held at 7:00 PM on March 15th at Brooklyn Park Middle School.
“I want to bring county government to the people we serve,” said Schuh. “Our Community Connections event will bring together the departments that deliver services to our citizens, and give our residents the opportunity to address the issues important to them.”
This community event follows the County Executive's meetings with leadership from North County neighborhoods, where Schuh heard the different issues facing some communities.
The evening will be kicked off with opening remarks from the County Executive. Directors from county departments will address specific issues highlighted by residents and their community organizations. All departments will staff resource tables to help citizens trouble-shoot particular problems.
Participating in the resource night will be Department of Aging and Disabilities Director Pamela Jordan, Fire Department Chief Allan Graves, Health Officer Dr. Jinlene Chan, Inspection and Permits Director Dan Kane, Police Chief Chief Altomare, Public Works Director Chris Phipps, Recreation and Parks Director Rick Anthony, and Director of the Department of Social Services, Carnitra White.
Other departments and offices will also have staff on hand including the Office of States Attorney, the Office of Sheriff, the Office of the Planning and Zoning, Anne Arundel Mental Health Agency, Workforce Development, the Housing Commission of Anne Arundel County, Animal Control, Central Services, Emergency Management, Community Action Partnership, and the Partnership for Children, Youth, and Families.