Dayhoff Westminster

Dayhoff Westminster
www.kevindayhoff.city Address: PO Box 124, Westminster MD 21158 410-259-6403 kevindayhoff@gmail.com

Wednesday, June 5, 2024

July 25, 2022 - County Announces Bokey as New Director of Public Works

County Announces Bokey as New Director of Public Works

 


Westminster, MD, Monday, July 25, 2022 –The Carroll County Board of County Commissioners is pleased to introduce Bryan Bokey as the new county Director of the Department of Public Works. Mr. Bokey will join the county in his new role on August 18, 2022.

Mr. Bokey is a Certified Professional Engineer who brings a strong educational background, public works leadership and more than 15 years of engineering expertise from both the public and private sectors to this position. Director Bokey will be charged with direction of the overall coordination, evaluation, and operation of the Department of Public Works, ensuring compliance with appropriate governmental and other regulatory and reporting requirements.  As Director of Public Works, he is responsible for oversite of nine divisions consisting of Building Construction, Engineering, Facilities, Fleet Management, Permits & Inspections, Roads Operations, Solid Waste, Utilities, and Airport Operations, in addition to transit services and building security.

“Growing up, my parents were public servants, and I knew I would follow in their footsteps one day. When offered an opportunity to serve the people of Carroll County, I was truly humbled and honored to be selected for this position,” said Mr. Bokey. “I look forward to a long, fulfilling career with Carroll County Government and tackling the challenges ahead for the Department of Public Works.”

Mr. Bokey’s experience includes progressive experience as an engineer and program manager in the public sector in addition to five years at Baltimore County Department of Public Works and Transportation as a project engineer and bureau chief of utilities. These positions included strategic and master planning as well as providing leadership, administration and supervision to over 250 employees.  Previous positions include demonstrated skill in budgeting, quality control, asset management, development management and code enforcement with strong emphasis on data-driven solutions.

Mr. Bokey earned a Master of Science degree in Engineering Management from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC) and a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from The Pennsylvania State University. His education and training also include professional certifications, licensures and extensive coursework in water and wastewater condition assessment programs and hydraulic modeling. 

Mr. Bokey lives in Carroll County where he resides with his wife, two children, and two dogs.  He is an avid woodworker, an amateur photographer, and enjoys hiking, running, travel, and spending time with his family.

“Bryan’s education, experience and leadership skills are going to be tremendous assets to Carroll County and the Department of Public Works, and we are thrilled to have him join our management team,” said Board of Commissioner President Ed Rothstein. “I am excited for Bryan’s direction to continue the operational excellence in the county’s largest department, which is responsible for providing, managing and sustaining many of the structures and services essential to the welfare and quality of life for our residents.” 

https://www.carrollcountymd.gov/residents/county-news/carroll-county-government-news-release-2022-archive/county-announces-bokey-as-new-director-of-public-works/

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Kevin Dayhoff for Westminster Authority Caroline Babylon, Treasurer.

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Saturday, May 25, 2024

Memorial Day Remembrance Parade and Observance Ceremony 5-29-2023


May 30, 2023: Watch live coverage of the 156th Memorial Day Remembrance Parade and Observance Ceremony in Westminster, MD on Monday, May 29, 2023. Live coverage of the parade begins at 10:00 a.m. and will be followed by the memorial ceremony at 11:00 a.m. For over 80 years, The American Legion - Carroll Post 31 has remembered our fallen servicemen and women through the Memorial Day Remembrance Parade and Observance Ceremony in Westminster. For nearly three decades, the Community Media Center has worked in partnership with Carroll Post 31 to produce the annual program that features one of the longest-running Memorial Day Parades in the nation.

Friday, May 24, 2024

May 31, 2021 154th Memorial Day Remembrance


May 31, 2021 154th Memorial Day Remembrance

The Community Media Center, (CMC) in partnership with The American Legion - Carroll Post 31 will present a special Memorial Day Remembrance Program starting at 10:00 AM on cable Channel HD 1086, and Channel 19.  CMC is proud to once again be an integral part of Carroll County’s Memorial Day Observance; helping to ensure that stories and sacrifice of our local service members are never forgotten.

Due to COVID-19, Westminster’s traditional Memorial Day Parade was cancelled. However, the Memorial Day Observance Ceremony was recorded virtually. The Memorial Day Observance is a time-honored tradition for Carroll Post #31 American Legion and the community to honor and remember those that have given the ultimate sacrifice for our country.

The Memorial Day Remembrance program features opening remarks by Adrian Gamboa, Commander of Carroll Post #31. The invocation, given by Richard Stem, Chaplin, Carroll Post #31, The keynote speech is presented by Kevin Dayhoff and the National Anthem is sung by Abby Otradove. The program also includes video tributes from Carroll County residents. taps and a closing prayer. 

Additional  Memorial Day Programming Includes:
 
The 2021 Hampstead American Legion Memorial Day Service. Hampstead American Legion Post #200 Memorial Day Services, including a message from Richard Weaver, Carroll County Commissioner - District 2 and Hampstead Mayor, Christopher Nevin.
 
"Letters to Home" this special rebroadcast features letters from soldiers lost during war to their families here in Carroll County.
 
Veteran Interviews from the Carroll County History Projects Oral History Collection, as a tribute to local veterans we have lost.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lBUazweVa6M&t=4s



Tuesday, May 7, 2024

Dayhoff Carroll: 20070711 The Davis Library part 2

Dayhoff Carroll: 20070711 The Davis Library part 2: 20070711 The Davis Library part 2 “The continuing odyssey of the Library” The Davis Library part 2 (See also: 20070627 Davis Library part 1...

Tuesday, February 27, 2024

Priests on Rooftops at St. John Catholic Church in Westminster Maryland

On Facebook, Father Mark Bialek wrote about this picture: "Very grateful for the support and fraternity of Sheriff Jim DeWees, Chief Tom Ledwell, Lieutenant Tim Rife and Sergeant Tom Kowalczyk as they helped with Priest on the Roof Day at our St. John Catholic School. It’s a privilege to work with you in building up our local community here in Carroll County."


+++ Dayhoff Westminster +++

Kevin Dayhoff for Westminster Authority Caroline Babylon, Treasurer.

Carroll County Times: www.tinyurl.com/KED-CCT
Baltimore Sun Carroll Eagle: http://tinyurl.com/KED-Sun

Facebook Dayhoff for Westminster: https://www.facebook.com/DayhoffforWestminster/
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Dayhoff Soundtrack: www.kevindayhoff.net
Dayhoff Carroll: www.kevindayhoff.org