Frederick C. Sussman
Re-elected to Serve as Chair of the Annapolis and Anne Arundel County Chamber of Commerce
for 2006ANNAPOLIS, MD (January 2007) Fred Sussman has been re-elected to serve a second one-year term as Chair of the Annapolis and Anne Arundel County Chamber of Commerce for 2007, after serving as Chair in 2006 and Vice Chair in 2004 and 2005.Mr. Sussman
also is serving his
second three year term on the Chamber's
Board of Directors.Mr. Sussman served as the Chamber's Secretary-Treasurer in 2003 and, previously, had served for many years as Chair of the Chamber's Government Relations Committee.
Under Mr. Sussman's
leadership of the Chamber's
Strategic Planning Committee, the Chamber
recently completed the development and adoption of a new mission statement, "Business leadership to build and sustain a vibrant community throughout Anne Arundel County."The Annapolis and Anne Arundel County Chamber of Commerce
is one of the largest Chambers of Commerce in Maryland, representing more than 1,100 businesses in and around Anne Arundel County and the City of Annapolis.More information about the Chamber
is available at the Chamber's
website at www.annapolischamber.comFrederick C. Sussman Continues Service On Code Revision Article Review Committee
...Mr. Sussman continues to serve as a member of the 12 person Code Revision Article Review Committee for the Local Government Article.
The President of the Maryland Senate
and the Speaker of the Maryland House of Delegates appointed Mr. Sussman
to the Committee in September 2005.
The Committee is responsible for working with the Maryland Department of Legislative Services
to undertake a comprehensive review and recodification of laws that affect local governments in Maryland.The work of the Committee is expected to be completed in the late spring or early summer of 2009, so that legislation to adopt the recodification can be introduced for adoption at the 2010 session of the Maryland General Assembly. Mr. Sussman's
appointment as one of two municipal attorneys on the Committee was a recognition of Mr. Sussman's
more than 30 years experience as an attorney for counties, municipalities, special taxing districts and quasi-government entities.Mr. Sussman began his career involvement with legislative matters as a Bill Drafter with the Department of Legislative Reference, a predecessor to the Department of Legislative Services, during the 1975 session of the Maryland General Assembly.