Scheper resigns executive's staff

April 02, 1992

After 15 months as executive secretary and chief of staff for Baltimore County Executive Roger B. Hayden, Judith E. Scheper has resigned and will return to a job in the school system.

In a March 30 letter of resignation, the former Dulaney High School principal said: "I have gained a healthy new perspective in the complexities of operating and managing our local government. . . . I have learned how much time and energy are required for working in the executive office."

Mrs. Scheper, who left the school system to join Mr. Hayden's staff in 1990, is eligible to return as a school principal, said Superintendent Robert Y. Dubel.

Mr. Hayden said he has been conducting interviews for a week to replace Mrs. Scheper and has chosen Nicole Kantorski, 33, for the $59,488 post.

Ms. Kantorski, who holds a master's degree in business, as well as accounting and law degrees, has been supervising the county police department's $73.6 million budget.

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