Mayor 'Fish' Powell seeks re-electionOcean City Mayor...


September 20, 1992|By Susan Canfora

Mayor 'Fish' Powell seeks re-election

Ocean City Mayor Roland "Fish" Powell has filed for re-election. A native of Ocean City, Mr. Powell has been involved in county and city government for many years, serving on the Worcester County Commissioners, as a member and as president; on the Ocean City Council; and as mayor since the death of former resort Mayor Harry Kelley.

Other candidates for the non-partisan Oct. 20 election include Ocean City Council President Rick Meehan and incumbent Council members Sally Hacking and Jim Hall. Former Councilman George Feehley, Glenn Steckman and Lee Duggan have also joined the race.

Salisbury college bids dean goodbye

Salisbury State University said goodbye to its dean of admissions, Malvin Price "M. P." Minton, recently. Mr. Minton, who was dean of admissions since 1983, officially retired in June, but worked part time in the admissions office during the summer.

Mr. Minton had been an employee at the university since 1970 and served as housing and student activities director and associate director of admissions before being named dean.

During his years at Salisbury, enrollment increased from 4,300 to 5,700, and Scholastic Aptitude Test scores went from 60 points below the national average to 130 points above by last fall.

Jane Dane, associate dean of admissions, was named as his replacement.

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