Family & Community Partnerships of Kent County
(Private Sector - 3 year term)
Date indicates expiration of term
|Mary Fisher 06/30/15
||Darlene Stouts 6/30/14
|Jackie Adams 05/31/17
||Paul Tue IIl 06/30/15
|Jillyn Coleman 06/30/16
||Thomas Gross 06/30/14
|Pat Gatto 06/30/16
Governmental Agency - No Term Limit
|Linda C. Webb , Dept. of Social Services
||Holly Ireland , Mid Shore Mental Health Systems
|Dr. Leland Spencer, Kent Co. Health Dept.
||Darlene Spurrier , Kent Co. Board of Education
|William J. Clark, Dept. of Juvenile Services
||Myra Butler, Chairman, Kent Co. Parks & Recreation
|Ronald Fithian, County Commissioner
|Bill Kerbin , Housing & Community Development
400 High St., Courthouse Annex
Chestertown, MD 21620
The Local Management Board meets every other month in the meeting room
at the Kent County Public Library.
The Family & Community Partnerships of Kent County will:
Create a vision for the role of local government and local child
and family serving agencies in achieving results for children and
Develop and update (on an annual basis), a long term (5 year) (City/County/Community/Neighborhood)
Plan for Children and Families to implement the vision. The Plan will:
Describe how the results articulated by the Task Force and reaffirmed/refined
by the Commission for Children and Families will be achieved.
Identify/define other results to be achieved by the LMB and
local agencies, establishing goals, incremental objectives and
time frames for accomplishment.
Set priorities based on an assessment of community strengths
Address the issues regarding the pooling of resources under
local control that may be necessary to accomplish Plan results.
Engage the commitment, resources, and expertise of stakeholders
and citizens at large to assure that all public and private, formal
and informal resources are fully developed and that their use
is maximized to achieve results.
Set standards and establish methodologies for evaluating results.
Establish general policy guidance required to implement the local
plan which is binding on local agencies.
Submit to local government a children and families budget for achieving
the results outlined in the local plan.
Set priorities which will govern the allocation and use of available
Develop plans to command public and political attention and support
for programs that will achieve results for children and families at
the local level.
Ensure broad collaboration across local agencies and across services.
Use existing resources, ensure the development and ongoing operation
of a single point(s) of entry which is/are accessible and responsive
to the needs of children and families.