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Rick M. Pollitt

Executive

Wicomico County

HQ Phone:  (410) 548-4914

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Wicomico County

8480 Ocean Hwy

Delmar, Maryland,21875

United States

Company Description

Wicomico County's Sports Marketing Team is a sub-division of the County's Recreation, Parks & Tourism Department. The County's sports marketing efforts focus on increasing visitation by recruiting, hosting and retaining amateur, athletic competitions and event... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Manager

The City of Fruitland


President

MACo


Affiliations

I.P.P.S. Mentoring Program Inc

Chair of the Honorary Board


Salisbury University

Sports Editor and Writer


Salisbury Area Chamber of Commerce

Recaps Wicomico County Executive


Institute of Public Affairs

Member of the Citizens Advisory Board


Elections

Board Member


Sunday

Editorial Attacking Wicomico County Executive


Wor-Wic Community College

Wicomico County Executive and Liaison


SWED

Officio Member of the Greater Salisbury Committee


Kappa Alpha Order

Member


Nabb Center

Board Member


The Tri-County Council

Treasurer


Executive Council on Health

Founder


Asbury United Methodist Church

Member, Administrative Board


Maple Shade Youth

County Executive


Education

Board Member


Council on Physical Fitness & Health

Founder


Education

JMB


James M. Bennett High School


James M. Bennett Senior High


James M. Bennett Senior High School


Inacom Information Systems


Local Government Meetings


education


government


political science

Washington College


Web References(195 Total References)


Wicomico County Democratic Central Committee

wicomicodems.com [cached]

Pollitt said he had nothing to do with the decision, it was all Culver.


Featured Posts – DelMarVa Observer

www.delmarvaobserver.com [cached]

Swartz also notes that the chief impediments to an elected school board are now gone with the departures of former County Executive Rick Pollitt, former Del.
For years outgoing county executive Rick Pollitt has refused to cut payroll despite a cut in county services.  I can understand that argument in some departments (maybe), but certainly not in others. Pollitt promised zero-based budgeting but he didn’t grasp the definition.  He claimed that you use last year’s budget numbers and count that as “Year Zeroâ€�.  This is nothing more than the age old bureaucratic concept of simply taking last years numbers and adding on to them.  The taxpayer always loses under this scenario. Rick Pollitt was famous for his annual budget “dog and pony showâ€�.  Usually held in the Flanders Room of the Wicomico County Youth and Civic Center, this was little more than a parade of government employees and their families standing before a microphone and telling us poor, dumb taxpayers how parsimonious Pollitt was with the taxpayers’ hard earned dough. Jim Mathias (D-38), Wicomico County Executive Rick Pollitt (D), Wicomico Councilman Matt Holloway (R), and Wicomico Councilman John Hall (R). How are Wicomico County Democrats progressing towards next fall’s elections?  Better than you might think.  Since a Democrat majority is highly unlikely, local Democrat leaders want the next best thing â€" a liberal council that will rubber-stamp increased spending and higher taxes if Rick Pollitt is re-elected to the County Executive’s post. Sources within the Wicomico Democrat Central Committee indicate that they are preparing to give appointee John Hall (R-4) and first term incumbent Matt Holloway (R-At Large) a free pass.  Why?  One need simply look at their voting records and Matt Holloway’s role of carrying water for County Executive Rick Pollitt (D) on council. SALISBURY, MD â€" Five years ago Wicomico citizens fought a pitched battle to preserve their property rights.  On one side were farmers, large landowners, real estate developers, and a large group of ordinary citizens who actually believed in personal liberty and property rights.  On the other side was Wicomico County Executive Rick Pollitt, several members of the Wicomico County Council, the state of Maryland, the Chesapeake Bay Foundation, and every enviro-leftist in Wicomico County.  Dubbed the “Big Land Grabâ€�, Pollitt and his political allies attempted to strip farmers and large land owners of their right to develop all or part of their property under current law.  It was by one vote that the attempt was thwarted. In the meantime, Rick Pollitt has achieved by inaction what he couldn’t achieve through legislative action.


DelMarVa Observer

www.delmarvaobserver.com [cached]

Swartz also notes that the chief impediments to an elected school board are now gone with the departures of former County Executive Rick Pollitt, former Del.
For years outgoing county executive Rick Pollitt has refused to cut payroll despite a cut in county services.  I can understand that argument in some departments (maybe), but certainly not in others. Pollitt promised zero-based budgeting but he didn’t grasp the definition.  He claimed that you use last year’s budget numbers and count that as “Year Zeroâ€�.  This is nothing more than the age old bureaucratic concept of simply taking last years numbers and adding on to them.  The taxpayer always loses under this scenario. Rick Pollitt was famous for his annual budget “dog and pony showâ€�.  Usually held in the Flanders Room of the Wicomico County Youth and Civic Center, this was little more than a parade of government employees and their families standing before a microphone and telling us poor, dumb taxpayers how parsimonious Pollitt was with the taxpayers’ hard earned dough. Jim Mathias (D-38), Wicomico County Executive Rick Pollitt (D), Wicomico Councilman Matt Holloway (R), and Wicomico Councilman John Hall (R). How are Wicomico County Democrats progressing towards next fall’s elections?  Better than you might think.  Since a Democrat majority is highly unlikely, local Democrat leaders want the next best thing â€" a liberal council that will rubber-stamp increased spending and higher taxes if Rick Pollitt is re-elected to the County Executive’s post. Sources within the Wicomico Democrat Central Committee indicate that they are preparing to give appointee John Hall (R-4) and first term incumbent Matt Holloway (R-At Large) a free pass.  Why?  One need simply look at their voting records and Matt Holloway’s role of carrying water for County Executive Rick Pollitt (D) on council.


General Meeting Minutes - January 26, 2010

www.wicomiconc.org [cached]

They said they have been in contact with the County Executive Officer Rick Pollitt, the Mayor and Mayor's Round Table, Sea Save and will contact the Lions Club and similar organizations soon.


Party Leaders

www.mddems.org [cached]

County Executive Rick Pollitt of Wicomico County.
Rick was elected Wicomico County Executive in 2006 and again in 2010. He serves in several civic organizations. He is a director and three-time past president of the Allen Lions Club, vice-chairman of the Citizens Advisory Board of Deer's Head State Hospital, member of the Board of Directors of Salisbury-Wicomico Economic Development and is a member of the Citizens Advisory Board for the Institute for Public Affairs and Civic Engagement at Salisbury University


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