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Del. McKay Says W. MD Has Made Tremendous Strides Under Gov. Hogan

April 1st, 2019 by WCBC Radio

In 2009, former Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley closed the visitor center at the Sideling Hill cut, the symbolic gateway to Western Maryland, as a cost-saving effort. Some saw the move as personal, or at least confirmation of how the former governor felt about the state’s rural counties. Current Governor. Larry Hogan reopened the Sideling Hill Visitor Center in 2015- at the time proclaiming that the so called “war on rural” Maryland is over.  With another session of the General Assembly coming to a close, Delegate Mike McKay  says that while the region still faces challenges when dealing with the political machine in Annapolis- there have been some tremendous strides made. McKay, a republican who represents both Allegany and Washington counties, points to the millions of state dollars that have been- and are continuing to be invested in the region- as  testament to Governor Hogan’s support and willingness to work with local lawmakers…

 

3 Responses to “Del. McKay Says W. MD Has Made Tremendous Strides Under Gov. Hogan”

  1. April 01, 2019 at 7:48 am, Bob said:

    Yes, vast strides; we’re more like Baltimore in some ways every day.

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  2. April 01, 2019 at 10:20 am, LRH said:

    Agreed, isn’t it wonderful? NOT.

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  3. April 01, 2019 at 10:43 am, jackblack said:

    THAT IS ONE APPLIED REASON WHY IT WAS DIFFICULT TO MAKE A POSITIVE DIFFERENCE.–TURN IT BACK OVER TO SMILIN—MALLEY,HE CAN FINISH DESTROYING WHAT HE STARTED—REMEMBER—HE DIDNT EVEN KNOW THAT THIS PART OF WESTERN MARYLAND EXISTED—–JUST ANOTHER BLOW-HARD LIBERAL…GLAD HE IS GONE —PERMANENTLY I PRAY.

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