Ashton Elected to County Chapter
Rockville, Maryland, July 15 — City of Rockville Councilmember Beryl L. Feinberg has been elected at large to serve on the Maryland Municipal League’s board of directors.
The league, founded in 1936, represents 157 municipal governments and two special taxing districts in Maryland, and works to strengthen and support municipal government through advocacy and the development of effective leadership.
Feinberg was elected to the post at the MML summer conference, held virtually June 29-30 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Feinberg is one of 10 at-large members of the 31-person board of directors, who will serve a one-year term, from 2020-2021. The board is comprised of elected and appointed officials from throughout the state.
Additionally, Councilmember Monique Ashton was elected in May to serve a one-year term at large on the executive board of the MML’s Montgomery County chapter. Ashton was elected to Rockville’s Mayor and Council in 2019.
Feinberg was first elected to Rockville’s Mayor and Council in 2013, then re-elected in 2015 and 2019. She is serving her third term.
During her six years on the council, Feinberg has served as council liaison to the Human Services Advisory Commission, Recreation and Park Advisory Board, Sign Review Board, Rockville Sister City Corporation, the Financial Advisory Board, and as a member of the city’s Retirement Board
Find out more about MML and its mission at www.mdmunicipal.org.
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