Frederick Zoning Board of Appeals member files to run for alderman

Subtitle: Dacey: ‘I want to see the right kind of growth when it comes to Frederick’
Source: Gazette
Author: Tripp Laino
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Date Published: 05/09/2013

Frederick Zoning Board of Appeals member Philip Dacey has joined the expanding list of candidates vying for a spot on Frederick’s Board of Aldermen. Dacey, 34, a Republican, said he grew up in Frederick, graduating from Gov. Thomas Johnson High School in 1996. He is currently director of external affairs at the Motor Vehicle Administration, and is formerly a lawyer. He said his primary reason for running for the board was concern over the city’s growth, and making sure that the city grows responsibly.