Phil Dacey Frederick Country Council at Large 5/13
Mid Maryland Live
Phil Dacey was born in Frederick and graduated from Thomas Johnson High School in 1996 and the University of Maryland, College Park in 2000. Phil served as a Chief of Staff in the Maryland Senate from 2001-2005. While working there he began attending the University of Baltimore Law School at night, graduating magna cum laude and becoming a member of the Maryland bar in 2008. Since 2006, Phil has served in a variety of capacities at the Maryland Department of Transportation. He currently serves as the Deputy Administrator for the Maryland Department of Transportation Motor Vehicle Administration. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In the Booth with Phil Dacey, candidate for County Council At-large
Phil Dacey, a Republican seeking an At-large seat on the Frederick County Council, sat down with host Allen Etzler and News-Post reporter Mallory Panuska to discuss a variety of county issues, ranging everywhere from school construction fees and affordable housing to opioid abuse and property taxes.Voters will elect two County Council At-large members during the upcoming general election. The members will represent the entire county, will serve four-year terms and make $22,500 each. Early voting for the election begins Oct. 25 and the Election Day is set Nov. 6.Be sure to also give a listen to separate podcast episodes featuring other At-large candidates fellow Republican Danny Farrar, unaffiliated incumbent Bud Otis and Democrats Susan Reeder Jesse and Kai Hagen.Subscribe on Apple Podcasts