Councilman Jaworski obtained his Certification as a Climate Change Profession (CC-P) from the Association of Climate Change Officers and the State of Maryland in April of 2020.
Thank you to the voters of Chesapeake Beach for electing me to our Town Council. I look forward to serving all residents and commercial establishments and will work hard to continue to improve our Town. I promise to work collaboratively with all my fellow Council members and our Mayor. I believe it is important that we consider all aspects of a particular issue, pro and con, before reaching a consensus but reaching that consensus is imperative. We must work together to represent the residents of our Town and “Get Things Done.” I am currently a member of the North Beach Volunteer Fire Department and will continue to serve in this role during my term on the Council. Before being elected to our Town Council I served on the Town’s Planning and Zoning Commission. My professional background includes having a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Civil Engineering. My professional career consisted of working for over 40 years as a civil engineer in consulting engineering and was a registered professional engineer in 8 states and the District of Columbia. During my career I specialized in environmental and water quality issues which I will use to work to continue to improve the quality of our local waterways. After retiring for the first time in 2014, I was asked to accept an assignment as Interim Executive Director of a not-for-profit organization that specialized in advancing the state of the art in research associated with the water quality profession. I retired for the second time in 2015. I am an avid sailor and enjoy time sailing on the Chesapeake Bay. I am currently an active member of the Seagate Homeowners Association. I have two grown children, my daughter and son, and am the very proud grandfather of two grandsons who call me “G-Pa”.