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Town Of Delmar Residents

Dear Residents,

In 2008, an ordinance passed, authorizing the Delmar Police Department to have Collective Bargaining and Binding Arbitration Rights in Delmar, Maryland. At the time, the Maryland Elected Officials believed that Delmar, DE was facing State legislation that would mandate the same course of action. As it turned out, Delmar, Delaware was not mandated by State legislation to enact Collective Bargaining and Binding Arbitration, therefore, they opted not to do so. The Towns of Delmar, Maryland and Delaware operate under a unified agreement with one Town Manager, one police department, one public works department, one administration and one municipal building; therefore, we believe it is in the Town’s best interest to amend the previous ordinance to correct the imbalance of the unified operational structure of our Towns. Further, we strongly believe that being forced to act independently from Delmar, Delaware would be a difficult task, as well as affect the Town’s unification.

On January 13, 2020, The Mayor and Commissioners introduced an amendment to the 2008 ordinance. The Mayor and Commissioners believe this ordinance amendment is essential to protect our Delmar, Maryland constituents from bearing 100% of the costs that could be imposed if we do not make this change. It is our desire to ensure that we continue to maintain the unification agreement that keeps this unique “Town Too Big for one State”. Please be advised this amendment does not prohibit collective bargaining, it simply allows the Commissioners to protect the future of the unified Towns ability to work together in the best interests of the taxpayers, as well as to ensure that the daily operational expenditures is shared, based upon the agreed proportions.

If you have any questions or concerns, please call the Town Manager, Sara Bynum-King at 410-896-2777 x 105.

Please see the attached amendment.

Respectfully Submitted,

Mayor and Commissioners, Delmar, Maryland


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Dear Residents,

In 2008, an ordinance passed, authorizing the Delmar Police Department to have Collective Bargaining and Binding Arbitration Rights in Delmar, Maryland. At the time, the Maryland Elected Officials believed that Delmar, DE was facing State legislation that would mandate the same course of action. As it turned out, Delmar, Delaware was not mandated by State legislation to enact Collective Bargaining and Binding Arbitration, therefore, they opted not to do so. The Towns of Delmar, Maryland and Delaware operate under a unified agreement with one Town Manager, one police department, one public works department, one administration and one municipal building; therefore, we believe it is in the Town’s best interest to amend the previous ordinance to correct the imbalance of the unified operational structure of our Towns. Further, we strongly believe that being forced to act independently from Delmar, Delaware would be a difficult task, as well as affect the Town’s unification.

On January 13, 2020, The Mayor and Commissioners introduced an amendment to the 2008 ordinance. The Mayor and Commissioners believe this ordinance amendment is essential to protect our Delmar, Maryland constituents from bearing 100% of the costs that could be imposed if we do not make this change. It is our desire to ensure that we continue to maintain the unification agreement that keeps this unique “Town Too Big for one State”. Please be advised this amendment does not prohibit collective bargaining, it simply allows the Commissioners to protect the future of the unified Towns ability to work together in the best interests of the taxpayers, as well as to ensure that the daily operational expenditures is shared, based upon the agreed proportions.

If you have any questions or concerns, please call the Town Manager, Sara Bynum-King at 410-896-2777 x 105.

Please see the attached amendment.

Respectfully Submitted,

Mayor and Commissioners, Delmar, Maryland
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