The City of Frederick is well represented on several of Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments (WASH COG) and Maryland Municipal League (MML) boards and committees by the Board of Aldermen
CONTACT: Susan Harding, Public Information Officer, 301-600-1385
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Friday, June 28, 2013
Mayor and Board of Aldermen Represent the City on WASH COG and MML Boards and Commissions
(Updates in Bold)
Frederick, MD – The City of Frederick is well represented on several of Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments (WASH COG) and Maryland Municipal League (MML) boards and committees by the Board of Aldermen. The appointments of the Mayor and Aldermen to the various committees and boards allows for the City’s involvement in a combination of regional and state-wide efforts to obtain best practices, enhance Frederick’s visibility and participate in critical planning.
The appointments are as follows:
Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments
• Mayor Randy McClement – WASH COG Board of Directors (Alternate)
• Alderman Karen Young – WASH COG Board of Directors
Climate Energy & Environment Committee
• Alderman Shelley Aloi – Chesapeake Bay/Water Resources Policy Committee – Vice Chair
• Alderman Carol Krimm – Transportation Planning Board
Maryland Municipal League
• Mayor Randy McClement – President, Maryland Mayors Association
Representative to the Chief Administrative Officers (CAO’s) Committee for WASH COG
• Alderman Karen Young – MML Board of Directors (2013-2014)
• Alderman Michael O’Connor – Communications Committee
• Alderman Shelley Aloi – MML Convention Planning Committee
• Alderman Carol Krimm – Outgoing Vice Chair of Legislative Committee
Double Taxation Work Group
MML Organizational Structure Task Force
• Alderman Kelly Russell - Hometown Emergency Preparedness Committee (HEPAC) – Vice Chair
The Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments, known as WASH COG, has helped develop regional solutions to such issues as the environment, affordable housing, growth and development, public health, child welfare, public safety, homeland security, and transportation. Founded in 1957, WASH COG is an independent, nonprofit association comprised of elected officials from 21 local governments, members of the Maryland and Virginia state legislatures, and members of the U.S. Congress. COG is supported by financial contributions from its participating local governments, federal and state grants and contracts, and donations from foundations and the private sector.
The Maryland Municipal League was founded in 1936 and represents 157 municipal governments and 2 special taxing districts throughout the state of Maryland. A voluntary, non-profit, nonpartisan association controlled and maintained by city and town governments, MML works to strengthen and support municipal government through advocacy and the development of effective leadership. Through its membership in the National League of Cities, MML offers legislative representation in Washington, urban research programs, and a national municipal government information exchange.
MML is the only statewide organization in Maryland composed solely of municipal officials and devoted to the promotion of all branches of municipal administration.