The Spy tradition of keeping up with Talbot County government continues with our January conversation with council member Corey Pack. In our latest chat, Corey highlights what’s before the Talbot Council in the next few months, such as the Comprehensive Water and Sewer Plan, and the equally important start of a campaign to change the County’s property tax cap. He also provides an update on longer-term projects like the impact of the Kerwin Commission study on school budgets and moving forward on the possible addition to the St. Michaels Library.
This video is approximately thirteen minutes in length.
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