[photo, Richard C. (Ricky) Travers, Dorchester County Council, Cambridge, Maryland] RICHARD C. (RICKY) TRAVERS, President, County Council (Democrat)

President, County Council, Dorchester County, since December 2, 2014 (member, representing District 3, since Sept. 6, 2005).

Member, Board of Health, Dorchester County, 2005-; Board of License Commissioners, Dorchester County, 2005-. Vice-President, Roads Board, Dorchester County, 2006-. Member, Cambridge Main Street Committee. 1st Vice-Chair, Mid-Shore Regional Council, 2015 (member, 2005-; 1st vice-chair, 2012; 2nd vice-chair, 2013-14).

Born in Cambridge, Maryland, 1956. Attended Cambridge High School, Cambridge, Maryland. Owner and manager, Simmons Center Market and Greenhouse, Cambridge. President, Chamber of Commerce, 1999 (past board member). Member, Rescue Fire Company (past chief); Lloyd's Fire Company; Cambridge Powerboat Association; Seafood Feast-i-val Committee. William Donald Schaefer Helping People Award, Office of Comptroller of Maryland, 2012. Member, St. Paul's United Methodist Church (past finance chair), Cambridge, Maryland. Married; four sons.

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