From Cecil Observer —-
Gov. Martin O’Malley and Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown rolled up their sleeves on a steamy Thursday afternoon and got down to serious business: meeting and greeting folks during a walking tour of Main Street in North East. The state’s two top elected officials were in town as part of a countywide visit that coincided with Cecil County being declared Maryland’s “Capital for a Day.” They toured Fairwinds Farm in Calvert and held a state cabinet meeting there, visited the Cecil County School of Technology, and planned a final stop for the day at W.L. Gore. But it was on North East’s Main Street that the governor and lieutenant governor took a stroll and chatted with residents. They were greeted by Delegate David Rudolph and Mayor Robert McKnight, who served as the tour guides.
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