Governor Hogan issued a statement yesterday, beginning January 1, 2022, the starting pay of Maryland State Troopers will increase by 45%. This is part of his new $150 million investment into his Re-Fund The Police Initiative. In his press conference, the Governor called out the liberal and extreme "defund the police" movement calling it "far-left … Continue reading Governor Hogan’s Re-Funding the Police Initiative
As you are all aware, the National School Board Association recently wrote a letter to the Biden Administration that asked for assistance, in all essence, in protecting them against parents who would very much disagree and express it at public meetings. They have even gone so far as to label them as possible "domestic terrorists". … Continue reading Supporting Parental Rights
Governor Hogan gave an update regarding the availability of COVID-19 booster shots. In his statement, he stated that you are able to get a booster and can get any booster from any vaccine manufacturer. You can see below what you are eligible for and when. The CDC and the Maryland Health Department recommends the booster … Continue reading Governor Hogan Gives New Update on COVID-19 Vaccine
Tomorrow, the Maryland Board of Public Works will be considering funding for various projects across District 1. They are as follows: District 1A: · A request from the Maryland Department of the Environment (MDE) for new funding up to $1,256,607, including $1,211,602 from the Bay Restoration Fund to the City of Frostburg for the Beall Street Corridor project. This is … Continue reading Funding for District 1
Delegate McKay was quoted in Maryland Matters regarding the redistricting of Maryland. An independent commission was tasked with redrawing Maryland's Congressional (and Legislative) Districts and thus their proposals are being shown to the public in different meetings. Delegate McKay also pointed out the fact that “Like communities should be together as much as possible.” Check … Continue reading McKay in the News: Redistricting Western Maryland
This Friday, October 1, 2021, there are a huge amount of bills that were passed in the Legislature that will become law. While there are a few that are routine, there are many that should raise concerns for all Marylanders across the state. Two of the most concerning laws that stick out the most are … Continue reading Laws Going into Effect October 1
Yesterday, Delegate McKay went on WCBC News and reiterated his position on the crisis down at the Southern Border. Delegate McKay expressed his support for sending Maryland National Guards Troops to assist Governor Abbott in Texas to protect the border and enforce our immigration laws. You can listen to Delegate McKay's remarks here.
In a press release on Monday, September 20, 2021, Governor Hogan announced that $16.8 million would be given in grants to support 42 projects across the State of Maryland. These projects include improving trails, bike paths, and various other pedestrian ways. Two of the projects being funded are located in District 1. They are the … Continue reading Governor Hogan Announces Funding for Pedestrian Projects
On September 15, 2021, the Maryland Board of Public Works approved funding for various projects across District 1. The projects are below: District 1A: A request from the Department of Natural Resources to commit $608,167 from the Local Parks and Playgrounds Infrastructure funding allocated to Garrett County for the following projects: · Accident Town Park West: $48,433 to, among other … Continue reading Funding for District 1
Letter to Governor HoganDownload Above is the letter I plan on sending to Governor Hogan in regards to the Crisis at our Southern Border. If you want to support and put your name on the letter, go to the "Contact" section of our website and put "Letter to the Governor" as your reason.