by Judson Berger Staff Writer , July 7, 2005
Eleven years of involvement with the Maryland Municipal League will culminate this week for Bowie Councilman Dennis Brady (At-large), who after a week as first vice president will be named president.
The appointment comes as Havre de Grace mayor and recently-elected MML president David Craig is tapped for the County Executive seat in Harford County.
No longer a municipal leader, Craig will be forced to leave his MML position, and Brady will step in.
"This is a culmination of 11 years of being involved," Brady said Wednesday. He served as an at-large board member for five years, and was elected as first vice president at the end of June. "I feel I've got something to give to the group, and I think it benefits the city."
Brady said once in his role as president, he will start lobbying in Annapolis for municipal funding.
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