Ep. 88 - Alderman Roger Wilson

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Through juggling duties as a Frederick city alderman and Frederick County’s director of government affairs and public policy, Roger Wilson averages roughly 14-hour workdays.

This week, the first-term alderman also found some time to sit down with Frederick Uncut host Colin McGuire and News-Post reporter Mallory Panuska to talk about a variety of topics, including balancing the two jobs, for the latest episode of Uncut.

Wilson was one of the three new aldermen elected to the board in November, and within eight months he has already managed to spearhead an ordinance to form a Youth Advisory Council, co-sponsor legislation to create a senior citizen tax credit for low-income city homeowners and help allocate money for sidewalks in the fiscal 2019 budget.

Wilson also talked about his goal to bring back bulk trash pickup to the city, his dedication to transparency and ethics and the candidate he is endorsing in the 6th District congressional race.

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