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Employment History

Mayor

Preston


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docogonet.com

Councilman Nichols recognized Jay Meredith, District 1, State Highway Administration; Jerome Stanley, Dorchester County Transportation Operations Manager, Delmarva Community Services; Mindy Burgoyne, Regional Representative of the Maryland Department of Business and Economic Development; Donnie Drewer, State Highway Administration District Engineer; and Ellery Adams, Mayor of Preston were also in attendance.Councilman Nichols recognized Mayor Ellery Adams of Preston and Dave Owens, a local resident.Mayor Adams thanked the Council for the opportunity to present a scenic rail project to the MDOT representatives and noted that they also had the support of Ms. Burgoyne, the Friends of Linchester, the Caroline County Historical Society, the Towns of Preston and Hurlock, Senator Colburn and Delegate Adelaide Eckardt.


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; Donnie Drewer, State Highway Administration District Engineer; and Ellery Adams, Mayor of Preston were also in attendance.
Councilman Nichols recognized Mayor Ellery Adams of


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David Owens, a Vienna resident; Ellery Adams, Mayor of Preston; and Don Bradley, Mayor of Hurlock presented to the Council a proposed project to develop a scenic railroad from the Town of Hurlock to the Town of Preston which would be approximately six miles long and 45 minutes in length to be called the North Dorchester Railroad.
Mayor Adams stated that he believed the project would economically benefit the Towns of Hurlock and Preston as well as Dorchester and Caroline Counties as it would encourage tourism and provide an opportunity for recreational and historical attractions. e explained that a non profit organization entitled North Dorchester Railroad, Inc. had been formed to implement the project and that he believed the towns and counties should unite in support of this project. In response to a question from Councilwoman Elzey as to whether or not the proposed project had been presented to the Caroline County Commissioners, Mayor Adams said that they would be officially updated regarding the project on November 2, 2007. n response to a question from Councilman Price about whether the railroad would run primarily on the weekends, Mayor Adams stated that initially the project targeted weekends with the hope of beginning weekday runs as well. The Council agreed to send a letter of support for the North Dorchester Railroad project to the Caroline County Commissioners and encouraged Mr. Owens, Mayor Bradley, and Mayor Adams to attend the Council's November 13, 2007 annual transportation meeting with MDOT to bring the project to the attention of the MDOT representatives who will attend that meeting.


docogonet.com

David Owens, a Vienna resident; Ellery Adams, Mayor of Preston; and Don Bradley, Mayor of Hurlock presented to the Council a proposed project to develop a scenic railroad from the Town of Hurlock to the Town of Preston which would be approximately six miles long and 45 minutes in length to be called the North Dorchester Railroad. Mayor Adams stated that he believed the project would economically benefit the Towns of Hurlock and Preston as well as Dorchester and Caroline Counties as it would encourage tourism and provide an opportunity for recreational and historical attractions.He explained that a non profit organization entitled North Dorchester Railroad, Inc. had been formed to implement the project and that he believed the towns and counties should unite in support of this project. In response to a question from Councilwoman Elzey as to whether or not the proposed project had been presented to the Caroline County Commissioners, Mayor Adams said that they would be officially updated regarding the project on November 2, 2007.In response to a question from Councilman Price about whether the railroad would run primarily on the weekends, Mayor Adams stated that initially the project targeted weekends with the hope of beginning weekday runs as well.


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Flanagan also heard yesterday from Preston Mayor Ellery Adams -- who has been asking the state to consider building a Route 331bypass for the town.Adams says heavy traffic on the existing road


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