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Posted on: February 23, 2021

Queen Anne’s County Releases 2020 Year in Review

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Queen Anne’s County Releases 2020 Year in Review

 

Every year Queen Anne’s County releases “Year in Review” highlighting accomplishments from county departments during the previous calendar year. 2020 Year in Review is now available by visiting qac.org or directly here: https://www.flipsnack.com/qacgov/queen-anne-s-county-2020-year-in-review/full-view.html

 

“Our 2020 year in review highlights so many accomplishments that are all truly outstanding achievements. I am quite proud of the very dedicated staff and the leadership here in Queen Anne’s County during the most critical challenge we have ever faced. I look forward to marching into 2021 and welcoming the return of a stronger new normal. “said Todd Mohn, County Administrator

 

Highlights are included from the following departments:

Department of Public Works

Animal Services

Community Affairs 

Human Resources

Office of Budget, Finance & Information Technology

Office of Tourism

Department of Economic Development

Planning and Zoning

Community Services 

Parks & Recreation 

Emergency Services

Office of the Sheriff

 

“I believe as citizens of Queen Anne’s County we faced some real-life changing circumstances this past year. But we witnessed a community rally together to help the many that were hit hard by this pandemic. I am honored to have witnessed the true compassion that prevailed in the hearts of many of our citizens and know without a doubt that the future for our county will be one worth it all.” said Phil Dumenil, Queen Anne’s County Commissioner

 

“Despite the challenges we faced in 2020, there is much to be grateful about. Initially straddled with gridlock from a 2-year bridge deck replacement, the county was able to work with the state to expedite the completion of the project in under a year. Fiscally, the county maintained its AAA bond rating through a crisis without raising taxes or sacrificing essential government services. While other jurisdictions canceled 4th of July, Queen Anne’s County was able to light up the night sky to celebrate the birth of our Country.” said Chris Corchiarino, Queen Anne’s County Commissioner

 

To learn more about the services and programs that Queen Anne’s County has to offer visit qac.org or follow us on social media @QACGOV

 

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