There is no question that the Town of St. Michaels continues to be challenged with their plans to erect a new town hall. For three years, town Commissioners have been tested in public hearings, the newspaper, and in the courts, about their unanimous decision to build a modest replacement for its overcrowded administrative offices and the Commissioners chamber.
And no one has been more in the middle of this than the Commission’s president Bill Boos. During most of these three years, he has had to find a balance of representing the town’s decision in these ongoing disputes and while also moving forward with the project through its permitting and design phases in the full anticipation of breaking ground soon.
But Bill is also clear that even with this mega-project, at least for a small town, the other work of the Commissioners is taking place. From new signage to zoning, he reports that he and his colleagues are moving forward with other projects to ensure St. Michaels remains one of the best waterfront communities on the East Coast.
This video is approximately seven minutes in length. For more information about the town government in St. Michaels please go here.