Neall Picks Wotring As Legislative Liaison

December 11, 1990

County Executive Robert R. Neall appointed longtime aide Myron Wotring as his legislative liaison yesterday, replacing David Bliden.

The announcement marks Neall's first cabinet-level appointment since taking office last Monday. He has not filled a vacancy created by county Budget Officer Marita Brown's departure this month for a similar position in neighboring Prince George's County.

Bliden will continue working as an assistant county attorney.

Wotring, a former board member of the county's Community Action Agency, will represent the administration in dealings with the County Council, General Assembly, City of Annapolis and state and federal governments.

"Although I intend to be intimately involved with both legislatures, I do not know anyone who better knows my priorities and instincts, or can better represent the county's interests," Neall said in a press release.

Wotring, who served as Neall's executive assistant when he was the state's first drug policy coordinator, is also a former legislative aide to Neall and Delegate John Gary, R-Millersville. His other experience includes former regional director of the state Department of Education, Division of Vocational Rehabilitation.


The County Council is looking for people for the Board of Appeals for the next four years.

The Board of Appeals is a quasi-judicial hearing board that hears appeals of decisions by government agencies. Most frequently, it rules on decisions on licenses and permits and on the application of county zoning law.

The seven-member board meets three or four times a week, with hearings scheduled for Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays at 6:30 p.m. and Wednesdays at 2 p.m. The board also makes onsite inspections of properties that are the subject of hearings.

People interested in being a Board of Appeals member should submit a resume to Judy C. Holmes, Administrative Officer to the County Council, Arundel Center, Room 104, P.O. Box 2700, Annapolis 21404. The resumes should be submitted no later than 5 p.m. Friday, Dec. 21.

All current appeals boards members seeking reappointment should also submit resumes.

Applicants must be registered voters in Anne Arundel County.

The County Council will appoint all seven members by resolution on Jan.

7, 1991. The council appoints a new appeals board every four years.

The salary is $5,200 a year, plus $40 per diem per hearing, meeting or onsite inspection.


The Salvation Army if Annapolis has compiled a Christmas Food Drive Kit.

If a company or organization is interested in doing a Food Drive to help the needy during the upcoming Christmas holiday season, it should call the Salvation Army at 263-4091.

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