Join us at the next breakfast installment of our Policy Makers series, featuring the New Castle County Executive, Matt Meyer.
In his first 60 days in office, Mr. Meyer reduced government spending by 3% and passed a $284 million budget through County Council without amendment. In his first year, Mr. Meyer also attracted Del Monte Foods to build their largest fruit and vegetable distribution facility in the country, saved county taxpayers over $2 million through farmland preservation strategies, announced the most comprehensive program in the county's history to reduce vacant homes, equipped firefighters in the county with life-saving Narcan and drafted and signed new law that immediately facilitated investment that will more than double the state's solar energy production capacity.
Prior to becoming County Executive, Meyer worked as a math teacher, an attorney, a diplomat in Iraq, an economic advisor to Governor Jack Markell, and started two successful businesses. A student of Brandywine School District Schools and Wilmington Friends School, he is a graduate of Brown University and University of Michigan Law School and is fluent in Swahili.
Join us as he shares his vision for the County and how he will take us there.
Registration begins at 7:30am
Presentation begins at 8:05am
$25 for members
$35 for non-members
$15 for Ambassadors
Online registration closes on Thursday, September 26th at 2pm. Additional registration allowed onsite.
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