Mayor & City Council Photos

BishopWatkins
November 15, 2016

Acting Mayor Nicole Alt-Myers, along with Council members Richard Cioni, Seth Bernard, and Dave Caporale, present Bishop Kenneth Watkins of Souls Won Outreach Ministries with a Certificate of Recognition commemorating their 11th Anniversary of service to the community.
MD Emancipation Day Proclamation Presented

October 4, 2016



Mayor & City Council presenting Maryland Emancipation Day Proclamation to Jasmine Lewis, Kia Bizzelle, Niyyah Small-Graham, Lakeal Ellis, Carlin Riley, Sukh Gates, and Lynn Bowman
D.Kauffmanpresentation
December 15, 2015

Councilman David F. Kauffman, who will be leaving office effective January 1, 2016, receives a gift from the Mayor and City Council in appreciation for his services to the citizens of Cumberland.  ​

Fort Hill Football Team
December 15, 2015

Presentation to Fort Hill High School Football Team by the Mayor and City Council for capturing their 3rd straight Class 1A Maryland State Football Title.
2015 SmallBusinessSaturdayProc-DDC
Cert of Rec - 2015 Allegany Marching Band
Accepting Proclamation -Diane Lohr-HungerActionMonth

November 17, 2015

Presentation of Proclamation for Small Business Saturday to Executive Director of the DDC, Jennifer Light, and DDC Promotions Director, Steve Leyh.






November 17, 2015

Presentation of a Certificate of Recognition to Allegany High School 2015 Marching Band, Band Director Larry Jackson, and Director of Color Guard Matt Stoops.






September 1, 2015

Presentation of Proclamation for Hunger Action Month to Diane Lohr.

SueCeruttiAward - Karen Sword-Michael Clark-208 Wash.St.

August 18, 2015

Presentation of the 2015 Sue Cerutti Historic Preservation Award to Karen Sword and Michael Clark for their work at 208 Washington Street.  

Accepting Proclamation - Sep 2015-Pain Awareness Month

August 18, 2015

Presentation of Proclamation for Pain Awareness Month to 
CPD Officers supported Baltimore
July 7, 2015

Recognition of the officers of the Cumberland Police Department who provided public safety support during the April, 2015 unrest in Baltimore, Maryland.  Pictured from left to right are: Detective Jessie Ritter, PFC Chris Mullaney, Lt. Brian Lepley, PFC D.J. Jenkins, PFC Josh Keckly (absent: PFC James Beck)
April 7, 2015
At the April 7, 2015 Public Meeting, Police Chief Charles Hinnant and Lieutenant Chuck Ternent announce that the Cumberland Police Department was recently awarded accreditation status through the CALEA Law Enforcement Accreditation Program.
Police Department Announces Earning Accreditation Status Through CALEA Law Enforcement Accreditation
At the April 7, 2015 Public Meeting, Mayor Grim presents the Cumberland Arbor Day Proclamation to City Natural Resource Specialist Paul Eriksson, and Maryland Dept. of Natural Resources forester Adam Miller.
Mayor Grim Presents the Cumberland Arbor day Proclamation to City Natural Resource Specialist Paul E
December 16, 2014
Mayor Brian Grim recently presented Landis Office Center with a plaque and official proclamation from the Mayor and City Council of Cumberland to congratulate owners Richard and Georgene McKenzie on the celebration of the 50th Anniversary of their business. The Cumberland office supply store was purchased by the McKenzie’s in 1964, and they have since grown it into a successful local landmark as a true family business, with their sons Todd and Jeff providing management assistance. The City of Cumberland commendation is the 1st in an initiative started by the Office of Economic Development to congratulate and thank long-standing businesses and business owners for their contributions to the city.
Mayor Brian Grim Presents Landis Office Center With a Plaque and Official Proclamation
Members of the Fort Hill Varsity Football Team accept a Certificate of Recognition from the Mayor and City Council for capturing the 2014 MPSSAA Class 1A State Championship Title.
Members of the Fort Hill Varsity Football Team Accept a Certificate of Recognition From the Mayor an
Members of the Allegany High School Marching Band accept a Certificate of Recognition from the Mayor and City Council for capturing the Tournament of Bands Atlantic Coast Championship Title.
Members of the Allegany High School Marching Band Accept a Certificate of Recognition From the Mayor
Members of the Allegany High School Color Guard accept a Certificate of Recognition from the Mayor and City Council for capturing the Tournament of Bands Atlantic Coast Championship Title.
Members of the Allegany High School Color Guard Accept a Certificate of Recognition From the Mayor a
November 18, 2014
Mayor Grim presents a Proclamation to Becky McClarran of McClarran and Williams, Inc., proclaiming Saturday, November 29, 2014 as Small Business Saturday in Cumberland.
Mayor Grim Presents a Proclamation to Becky Mcclarran of Mcclarran and Williams, Inc.
December 17, 2013
Mayor Grim presents a Certificate of Recognition on behalf of the Mayor and City Council to Director Matt Stoops and the Allegany High School Color Guard at the December 17, 2013 Council Meeting, for capturing the title of First Place for Group III Color Guard Tournament of Bands Atlantic Coast Championships.
Mayor Grim Presents a Certificate of Recognition to Director Matt Stoops and the Allegany High Schoo
Mayor Grim presents a Certificate of Recognition on behalf of the Mayor and City Council to Larry Jackson, Director of the Allegany High School Marching Band at the December 17, 2013 Council Meeting. The band was recognized for capturing the titles of Third Place for Group II Tournament of Bands Atlantic Coast Championships and Tournament of Bands Chapter V Champions.
Mayor Grim Presents a Certificate of Recognition to Larry Jackson, Director of the Allegany High Sch
Mayor Grim presents a Certificate of Recognition on behalf of the Mayor and City Council to top coach Joe Brewer and the Fort Hill High School Varsity Volleyball Team at the December 17, 2013 Council Meeting, for capturing the Maryland Class 1A State Championship Title.
Mayor Grim Presents a Certificate of Recognition to Top Coach Joe Brewer and the Fort Hill High Scho
Mayor Grim presents a Certificate of Recognition on behalf of the Mayor and City Council to top coach Todd Appel and the Fort Hill High School Varsity Football Team at the December 17, 2013 Council Meeting, for capturing the MPSSAA 2013 Class 1A State Championship Title.
Mayor Grim Presents a Certificate of Recognition to Top Coach Todd Appel and the Fort Hill High Scho
July 2, 2013
(L) Information Technology Specialist Jon Daddysman (right) accepting a Certificate of Recognition from Mayor Brian Grim for receiving the Maryland Municipal League's Roland B. Sweitzer Employee of the Year award for 2013. John has been an IT Specialist with the City since August of 2006, and was recognized for his specialized work in the area of public safety. City Administrator Jeff Rhodes states, "Jon Daddysman is an outstanding employee who exemplifies dedication and hard work and is very deserving of this award."
Technology Specialist Jon Daddysman Receives a Certificate of Recognition
(R) Jon Daddysman with Mayor and Council. From left: Councilman Nicholas Scarpelli, Councilwoman Nicole Wagoner, Mayor Brian Grim, Jon Daddysman, Councilman Dave Kauffman, Councilman David Caporale.
Technology Specialist Jon Daddysman Receives a Certificate of Recognition
June 19, 2013
Skype Event June 19, 2013 with Sister City Viljandi, Estonia, The Estonian Embassy in Washington, DC, and the City of Cumberland's Administrator Jeffrey Rhodes, Mayor Brian Grim, and Economic Development Coordinator Shawn Hershberger.
June 11, 2013
Presentation of flag to Mayor Grim by Woodmen of the World, Lodge #6, June 11, 2013. Pictured from left to right are: Mayor Brian Grim, Calista Sommerkamp, Georgetta Sommerkamp, Sadie Koser, Carol Kirchner, and Darlene Jenkins.
Mayor Grim is Presented a Flag by Woodmen of the World, Lodge #6
Presentation of Kenneth P. Schell Medal of Honor to Cumberland Fire Department personnel Brent Crosten, Scott Carlson, and Margaret McDonald, February 26, 2013.