Paul Corderman, 38, who resides with his wife and daughter in the City of Hagerstown, announced today that he has filed for candidacy for a seat on the Hagerstown City Council. Corderman, the son of former State Senator and Circuit Court Judge John P. Corderman, is a 2000 graduate of the University of Maryland and a 1995 graduate of North Hagerstown High School.
Corderman’s vision as a future member of the Council is to work together with his fellow City residents to create a better quality of life and promote growth and economic development throughout all of Hagerstown. A member of the Main Street Design Work Group, Corderman said he sees the positive impact that enhancing the City Center would have on the town as a whole.
“I believe in not only the potential of the downtown, but also the entire City of Hagerstown,” said Corderman. “We are a viable community, and can create even more sustainability for our economy by working together and building upon the great character and history we already have in place.”
Corderman looks forward to meeting even more of his fellow residents and business owners throughout this campaign and listening to their needs, concerns and hopes for their City.
“As a member of the Hagerstown City Council, my role would be voicing and championing what’s important to the people of our community,” said Corderman. “Together we can create a better Hagerstown.”
Paid for by Friends of Paul Corderman, treasurer Michael Weiss