REPRESENTING THE PEOPLE
REPRESENTING THE PEOPLE
NICOLE IS A CONSERVATIVE REPUBLICAN PATRIOT WHO LOVES AMERICA, MARYLAND AND THE LOWER EASTERN SHORE SHE CALLS HOME
WILL FIGHT TO PRESERVE OUR
GOD GIVEN RIGHTS UNDER THE CONSTITUTION TO PROTECT THE EQUALITY OF ALL MARYLAND CITIZENS
EMPOWERS PARENTS TO PARTICIPATE IN THEIR CHILDREN'S EDUCATION AND WILL FIGHT FOR EDUCATIONAL TRANSPARENCY & ACCOUNTABILITY
SUPPORTS LOCAL INDEPENDENT BUSINESS OWNERS WHO CREATE JOBS AND STIMULATE ECONOMIC GROWTH
OUR FARMS AND NATURAL RESOURCES ARE VITAL TO OUR FUTURE AS THEY PROVIDE A SUSTAINABLE FOOD SOURCE THROUGHOUT MARYLAND
NICOLE BELIEVES IN MASK & VAX CHOICE, AND THAT FORCED GOVERNMENT MANDATES VIOLATE CONSITUTIONAL RIGHTS
BELIEVES THAT CITIZENS' TAX DOLLARS ARE TO BE SPENT WISELY, WHILE UNDERSTANDING THE NECESSITY OF CHECKS AND BALANCES TO MAINTAIN ETHICAL INTEGRITY IN GOVERNMENT
SUPPORTS OUR HEROS AND FIRST RESPONDERS: POLICE, FIRE AND RESCUE, EMT, DOCTORS AND NURSES WHO PUT THEIR LIVES ON THE LINE TO KEEP US SAFE
NICOLE BELIEVES IN TRANSPARENCY, THAT THE PUBLIC SHOULD BE WELL INFORMED OF GOVERNMENT BUSINESS, HAVE AN OPPORTUNITY TO BE HEARD AND TO PROVIDE SUGGESTIONS TO OFFICIALS
NICOLE IS A COMMUNITY LEADER WHO SUPPORTS PARENTS OF CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES AND SPECIAL HEALTH CARE NEEDS BY PROVIDING GUIDANCE & RESOURCES
NICOLE SUPPORTS EVERY CITIZENS' RIGHT TO BEAR ARMS, SPORTSMANSHIP, SELF-DEFENSE, PROMOTES GUN SAFETY AND RESPONSIBLE OWNERSHIP
ADVOCATING RURAL INTERNET BROADBAND EXPANSION BY WORKING WITH MULTIPLE INTERNET PROVIDERS TO DELIVER VIABLE SOLUTIONS TO UNDERSERVED AREAS OF THE DISTRICT
"Nicole Acle is a strong educational advocate for parent involvement and she provides practical solutions to ensure the very best in education throughout the community today and for future generations to come. She genuinely understands all aspects of education" - Delmarva Parent Teacher Coalition
Nicole discusses the future planning of the Pirate's Wharf Project, a new park that will be added to Wicomico County Parks and Recreation, which will feature walking trails and a fishing pier.
Quantico, Md. – Wicomico County officials announced they’ve secured even more funding to help make their Pirate’s Wharf Park project come to life. Officials say the Maryland Department of Natural Resources has committed to providing $1.2 million in funding for the engineering, design, and construction of the new park. County officials say the project will include trails, a fishing pier,...
Wicomico County Councilwoman Nicole Acle, District 2 Representative, was recently selected by the National Association of Counties (NACo) to serve as a member of the Human Services and Education Policy Committee. As a member of the Human Services and Education Policy Committee, Councilwoman Nicole Acle will focus on all matters pertaining to children’s issues, foster care, public assistance and income support, services to senior citizens and individuals with disability, immigration policy, social services and elementary, secondary, and post-secondary education.
Helped Whitehaven Heritage Association to secure a Maryland Historical Trust Capital Grant to help renovations for the Whitehaven Church. Having the historical church helps our tourism and use of our Scenic Byway Route and Blue Crab Scenic Byway.
A request by the Department of Natural Resources to commit $25,000 in Program Open Space funding allocated to Wicomico County to complete the County's 2022 Land Preservation, Parks and Recreation Plan consistent with State planning requirements (Item 3A of the Department of Natural Resources’ Real Property Agenda).
A request to encumber funds for a $1,522,000 grant to Wor-Wic Community College for a construction project to build a new 22,721 sf Applied Technology building, and associated road and parking lot improves at the College. The single-lane entrance road will be widened and extended around this new building. The parking lot adjacent to Brunkhorst Hall and the entrance road will be expanded, the North-South campus drive will be replaced by a fire lane-pedestrian way, and the exit road between Brunkhorst Hall and Maner Technology Center will be eliminated. The new building will house Supply Chain Management, Logistics, Transportation, Industrial Technology (HVAC, welding, electrical, plumbing, construction), Alternative Energy programs and the College’s Information technology department (Item 17 of the Department of General Services’ Office of State Procurement Agenda).
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