WICOMICO COUNTY, MARYLAND

LEGISLATIVE BRANCH

COUNTY COUNCIL


Elected by Voters to 4-year terms:
John T. Cannon (R), President (chosen by Council in Dec., 1-year term), At Large
Larry W. Dodd (R), Vice-President (chosen by Council in Dec., 1-year term), Dist. 3
Ernest F. Davis (D), Dist. 1
Nicole L. Acle* (R), Dist. 2
*(sworn in July 30, 2019, to serve until 2020 election, to replace Marc L. Kilmer, who resigned June 15, 2019)
Joshua A. Hastings (D), Dist. 4
Joseph Holloway (R), Dist. 5
William R. McCain (D), At Large
Terms expire 2022.

[Government Office Building, 125 North Division St., Salisbury, Maryland] Meetings: 1st Tuesday, 6:00 p.m.
3rd Tuesday, 10:00 a.m.

P. O. Box 870
Government Office Building, 125 North Division St., Salisbury, MD 21803 - 0870
(410) 548-4801; fax: (410) 548-4803
web: www.wicomicocounty.org/185/County-Council

Government Office Building, 125 North Division St., Salisbury, Maryland, August 2012. Photo by David R. Herron.


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