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Wrong Rick Pollitt?

Rick M. Pollitt

Executive

Wicomico County Board of Education

HQ Phone:  (410) 677-4400

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Wicomico County Board of Education

201 Long Ave

Salisbury, Maryland,21804

United States

Company Description

The Wicomico High School JROTC program was established in 2003. Out of five JROTC programs on the Lower Shore, Wicomico's is the only Army JROTC and, with 165 cadets from all four high schools, it is currently the largest program in the tri-county region. This...more

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


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Elections

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.
Jim Mathias (D-38), Wicomico County Executive Rick Pollitt (D), Wicomico Councilman Matt Holloway (R), and Wicomico Councilman John Hall (R).


Education

www.delmarvaobserver.com [cached]

SALISBURY, MD - As Wicomico County homeowners again face an increase in their property tax rates, County Executive Rick Pollitt held a "public hearing" on his soon-to-be-released FY 2014 county budget.
It should be noted that no real budget detail was provided for citizens to comment on. Rather than unveil his budget, Pollitt and the Wicomico County Board of Education used the event to call for more spending on Education. While I came late to the event it appears that little was missed. When I asked two individuals after the event if I missed anything of substance, the responses were nearly identical - "If you heard one teacher speak, then you pretty much heard the whole thing." I recognize that Pollitt again faces tough budget decisions. However, repeated acts of political theater do not solve problems. While the Daily Times is giving prominent coverage to Delmarva Public Radio's current "begathon", Pollitt needs to realize that public hearings are not supposed to be begathons. Wicomico County Executive Rick Pollitt will unveil his proposed budget on Thursday during his annual dog and pony show at the Wicomico Youth and Civic Center.


Local Government

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.
Since a Democrat majority is highly unlikely, local Democrat leaders want the next best thing - a liberal council that will rubber-stamp increased spending and higher taxes if Rick Pollitt is re-elected to the County Executive's post. 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. If Pollitt can't have a Democrat majority on council, he wants allies like Hall. Hall's votes regarding the Board of Education indicate that he will be ready to help Pollitt to bust the revenue cap if (when) Pollitt is prepared to do so. Remember, thanks to Del. Why? Culver is challenging Pollitt for the Executive's job. 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 Grab", 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. Pollitt wants an invitation-only meeting of "stakeholders" to "discuss" the issue. Pollitt took his own sweet time in scheduling this sit-down and then postponed so it wouldn't interfere with his recent junket to Asia. In the meantime, Rick Pollitt has achieved by inaction what he couldn't achieve through legislative action.


Wicomico County Democratic Central Committee

wicomicodems.com [cached]

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


Media

www.delmarvaobserver.com [cached]

Jim Mathias (D-38), Wicomico County Executive Rick Pollitt (D), Wicomico Councilman Matt Holloway (R), and Wicomico Councilman John Hall (R).
In her eyes, carrying water for County Executive Rick Pollitt's tax and spend policies qualifies Hall as a "moderate".


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