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Senator Ronald N. Young

Young, Ronald N.
Washington and Frederick
Committee Assignment(s)
Annapolis Info
316 James Senate Office Building
11 Bladen Street
Annapolis, MD 21401
Phone 410-841-3575
Toll-free in MD
Interim Info
253 East Church Street
Suite 100
Frederick, Maryland 21701
Phone 301-662-8520
District 3
Young, Ronald N.
First elected to the Senate in 2010. Member of the Senate since 2011.
Current Assignments
2011- Education, Health, and Environmental Affairs Committee
2011- Environment Subcommittee of the Education, Health and Environmental Affairs Committee
2011- Labor, Licensing, and Regulation Subcommittee of the Education, Health and Environmental Affairs Committee
2012- Alcoholic Beverages Subcommittee of the Education, Health and Environmental Affairs Committee
2011- Joint Subcommittee on Program Open Space/ Agricultural Land Preservation
Public Service
Task Force on Green Technology, Life Science, and Health Information Technology Loan-Assistance Repayment Program, 2011-; Governor's Advisory Commission on Maryland Wine and Grape Growing, 2011-; Town Manager, Town of Indian Head, 2001-2005; Mayor, City of Frederick, 1974-1990; Board of Alderman, City of Frederick, 1970-1974.
President, East Frederick Rising, 2006-2010; Advisory Board, Maryland Shakespeare Theater, 2008-; Board of Directors, Goodwill Industries, 2006-; Past Member, Chesapeake Bay Critical Area Commission; Past Member, Patuxent River Commission; Past Vice Chair, Power Plant Research Advisory Committee; National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP); American Planning Association; Chesapeake Bay Foundation; Forum for Rural Maryland; 1000 Friends of Maryland; U.S. Tennis Association; Rural Legacy Board; Urban Land Institute; Fraternal Order of Elks; Fraternal Order of Owls; Delaplaine Visual Arts Center; American Legion; Frederick Festival of the Arts; Past Member, Board of Directors, Way Station; Past Trustee, Maryland Art Place; Past President, Frederick Arts Council.
Livability Award for Support of the Arts, U.S. Conference of Mayors , 1988; Distinguished Alumnus Award, Frederick Community College , 1987.
Biographical Information
Born, Frederick, Maryland, October 19, 1940; Frederick High School; Frederick Community College, A.A., 1962; University of Maryland, College Park, B.A., History and Government, 1967; Western Maryland College (now McDaniel College), M.Ed., 1970; Teacher, Frederick County Public Schools, 1967-73; Consultant, Commercial Real Estate, and College Instructor, 1990-91; Newspaper Columnist, Frederick, 1990-98; Deputy Secretary, Department of Natural Resources, 1995-96; Deputy Secretary, Department of Planning, 1991-95, 1996-2002; Consultant, Commercial Real Estate Sales, 2005-; Married, Five children.
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