The Prince George’s County Council, on Tuesday, December 6, 2016, unanimously reelected the leadership team of Council Chair Derrick L. Davis (D) – District 6, and Council Vice-Chair Dannielle M. Glaros (D) – District 3, to serve a second consecutive term in Legislative Year 2017. Chair Davis and Vice-Chair Glaros will serve in Council leadership through December 5, 2017.
Chairman Davis reaffirmed his leadership promise.
“I am humbled by your continued faith in me and thank you for once again entrusting me with the Gavel of Leadership for Legislative Year 2017. I will continue to give my all. My leadership of this body and our work together on this Council will leave Prince George’s County a better place. And when our time as a Council is done, I am certain that Prince George’s County residents will be able to take even greater pride in their community.”
Chair Davis also praised Council efforts and partnerships in the County’s economic achievements.
“We are an economy on the move. We are bringing the cranes and creating jobs, jobs, jobs. Never has there been so much promise for our future in Prince George’s County. Team Prince George’s is committed to improving the quality of life for our residents. We are leading because we are working better together, and delivering well for our residents.”
Council Chair Davis, a resident of Upper Marlboro, was elected to his first four-year term on the Prince George’s County Council in the November 2014 General Election, after serving the remaining three years of a four-year term vacated by his predecessor. Vice-Chair Glaros, a Riverdale resident, was elected to serve her first term on the Prince George’s County Council in 2014.