Crofoot Selected for LGIT Board of Directors

At its December meeting, the LGIT Board of Directors selected Kent County Administrator Ernest Crofoot to represent county governments on the Board.

From coverage in the LGIT newsletter:

Ernest “Ernie” Crofoot, the former Caroline County Attorney and current Kent County Administrator/Attorney, has been selected by the LGIT Board of Trustees as its newest board member. Ernie, who is known statewide for his legal expertise, began his new position in Kent County on December 12th. He is a graduate of Johns Hopkins and received his law degree from the University of Baltimore. Prior to becoming Caroline County’s first full time attorney, Ernie was with Funk and Bolton and, before that, served as Harford County Attorney and general counsel to the Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission. For the last ten years, Ernie has served as an Academy Advisor and Ethics lecturer for the University of Maryland’s Academy for Excellence in Local Governance.

Michael Sanderson

Executive Director Maryland Association of Counties

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  1. Ernie-


    I’m very pleased to learn of this appointment. No doubt, you will provide excellent representation for the counties.

    -Commissioner Richard Rothschild

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