After a career in higher education, Gordon Graves retired to Oxford some 30 years ago to once again experience small-town living after growing up in one. But the idea of holding public office was the farthest thing in his mind when a few fellow citizens asked him to run for a Town of Oxford Commissioner seat.
Almost ten years later, Gordon still sits on that seat and the Spy thought he would be the perfect person to talk to us about what is going on in one of Talbot County’s smallest municipalities. In our chat, Gordon talks about a new wastewater treatment plant, rising sea-level issues, and the current status of the Oxford Mews project.
This video is approximately nine minutes in length