MACo will remain actively working to represent, serve, and assist our member counties during the weeks ahead.
MACo takes our responsibilities seriously, as an important resource for county officials across Maryland. To that end, we remain committed to serving and informing counties in the weeks ahead, through all the public and private effects of the novel coronavirus.
The MACo Annapolis office will largely be closed, effective tonight (Friday March 13). Meetings scheduled for the MACo offices in Annapolis will be postponed or canceled. Phone calls to office staff will be redirected to mobile phones, and staff will remain available and responsive to member needs.
MACo’s policy staff will remain appropriately and actively engaged with the happenings of the General Assembly. MACo’s Legislative Tracking Database will remain updated with tools to track progress on legislation through the remainder of the session.
The Conduit Street blog will remain active, with daily content on all county matters.
Plans for the 2020 MACo Summer Conference remain active and intact.
MACo will not host a spring symposium in 2020, but will monitor the potential for a comparable “deep dive” policy event later in the year.