Howard County Executive Ken Ulman Elected 2011 MACo President

Photo courtesy of The Governor’s Press Office

At the January 6th Inaugural Banquet and Awards Ceremony at the MACo Winter Conference,   Harford County Executive David Craig concluded his one-year term as MACo President, passing on the Association’s top leadership role to Howard County Executive Ken Ulman.    Craig stated:

“It has truly been a great honor to serve as president of MACo during the past year at a time of great challenges to counties throughout Maryland. MACo is a strong organization with a tremendous heritage and record of proven leadership in the State.  I have enjoyed my tenure in office and will do all I can in the future to support the goals of the Association.”

Ulman has played an active role in the Association having been a member since 2002, a member of the Board of Directors since 2007, and served as the Treasurer in 2010.  Howard County Executive and MACo President Ken Ulman stated:

“I am honored to have been elected as President of the MACo Board,” said Executive Ulman. “These are some of the most challenging economic times for local governments, and I promise to do my best and work for the good of all Maryland counties and their citizens.”

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