Saturday, November 20, 2010

Mayor McDermott To Be Sworn Into House of Delegates On Jan. 12

POCOMOKE CITY, Md. - The town of Pocomoke will soon be losing its mayor, but not just yet.

Mayor Mike McDermott will be sworn into the House of Delegates for District 38-B on Jan. 12.

City officials say McDermott will remain mayor until then. At that point, Robert Hawkins, the First Vice-President of the City Council, will take on mayoral responsibilities, but not the official title. Hawkins will continue to serve as a councilman.

A new mayor will be elected in the city's scheduled elections in April of 2011.


Anonymous said...

So does Brucie see himself as mayor after the next election?

Anonymous said...

Yeah right, don't know any who would vote for that sticky finger.

Anonymous said...

He's another of Eddie Lee's men....if anyone votes for him we'll have same thing we did last 6 years and before that!

Anonymous said...

Glad to be seeing him leave...this is a Mayor who states he doens't believe in 'BIG GOVERNMENT' but moved ordinances through that represent nothing but 'BIG GOVERNMENT'. As they say, 'the proof is in the pudding'.

Sorry but the 'walk doesn't match the talk'.