COG Travels to Annapolis, Richmond

Feb 5, 2008

Takoma Park Mayor Bruce Williams, Maryland State Senator Nathaniel Exum, and COG Executive Director Dave Robertson.

COG Executive Director Dave Robertson, Maryland State Delegate William Bronrott, and Greenbelt Mayor Judith Davis.

On February 5, COG held a 'Meet and Greet' luncheon for Maryland State and House members in Annapolis, MD.  It was an opportunity for COG staff to discuss regional issues such as the Chesapeake Bay, Anacostia Watershed, climate change and affordable housing with state elected officials.  On January 28, COG staff traveled to Richmond, VA to give a presentation on regional priorities to the Northern Virginia delegation. 

For a list of COG Issue Briefs presented at the outreach meetings, click here

   

 
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