One On One, June 18, 2020: GSC leader Mike Dunn

Mike Dunn, President and CEO of the Greater Salisbury Committee, joins “One On One” this week to discuss how community business leaders have stepped up to address needs during the current health crisis and offers information on what’s next for Salisbury and Wicomico County.

Chamber to host forum on Wicomico Revenue Cap

Wicomico County’s nearly 20-year percentage limit on the amount of revenues that can be derived from property taxes will be a topic for discussion this month at the Salisbury Area Chamber of Commerce. The Chamber will host presenters Greater Salisbury Committee CEO Mike Dunn and Sarah Guy, Associate Director of The Business Economic and Community […]

Mike Dunn: Time to give Revenue Cap a public review

In late 2016, the Greater Salisbury Committee, in keeping with its commitment to be a catalyst in the community, decided it was time for the Wicomico County Revenue Cap, which has been the law of the land since 2000, to be reviewed. So, a task force was commissioned. It was led by nine GSC members, […]

Cardin, Van Hollen make Salisbury appearance

Maryland’s sitting U.S. Sens. Ben Cardin and Chris Van Hollen made history on Friday by appearing together in Salisbury, but the men — in warm conversation, with honesty and insight about their positions and controversial matters — made it seem more like a visit from friends. “We don’t get treated this well in Washington. We’re […]

Cardin, Van Hollen to appear jointly in GSC forum

The Greater Salisbury Committee will present its second “A Conversation With” this month, bringing together, for the first time in recent memory, two sitting senators who will talk with locals. U.S. Sens. Ben Cardin and Chris Van Hollen will be at Assembly Hall in the Guerrieri Academic Commons at Salisbury University at noon on Friday, […]

Greater Salisbury Committee is honored with 2017 Salisbury Award

The Greater Salisbury Committee was honored with the prestigious 65th annual Salisbury Award, given at the 150th anniversary of Wicomico County last week. GSC Chairman Ron Boltz accepted the civic award, designed to recognize “service that has been the greatest benefit to the happiness, prosperity, intellectual advancement or moral growth of the community.” The Greater […]