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Maryland General Assembly
From Edgewood to Florida, and back again
From Edgewood to Florida, and back again

Steve Moyer can't stand the cold, or winter, so when he moved to Florida in 2013 to become a deputy police chief, he was never coming back. He and his wife got rid of all their winter clothes and furniture and headed for Sarasota, "a beautiful community on the Gulf of Mexico," where the average yearly temperature is 81 degrees. "I never intended to come back here," the 1978 Edgewood High School graduate said. A few weeks after Republican Larry Hogan was elected Maryland's governor in November, the new chief executive called the Edgewood native and asked him to be his secretary of the Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services. He had avoided...