Delegate appointed to airport commissionDel. Donald C...


November 21, 1993

Delegate appointed to airport commission

Del. Donald C. Fry, a District 35A Democrat, has been named to an advisory commission on Baltimore-Washington International Airport in an effort to develop a more efficient, less costly operation.

Mr. Fry is the only representative of the Maryland House of Delegates to the commission.

As vice chairman of the Education and Transportation Subcommittee of the Appropriations Committee, Mr. Fry has led efforts to cut government costs by by encouraging the $l development of private-public partnerships to deliver cost-effective services.

Chaired by J. Owen Cole, the commission will recommend changes to the governor for consideration during the 1994 General Assembly session.

Otenaseck promoted to ad sales director

Rick Otenaseck, a Harford County resident, has been promoted to director of advertising sales for Baltimore and Harford counties at Comcast Cablevision.

Mr. Otenaseck's new responsibilities include consolidating Harford and Baltimore County advertising departments. Before his promotion, Mr. Otenaseck was Comcast advertising manager for Harford County.

Open Doors forms management team

Open Doors Career Center Inc. has formed a three-member management team that will head the local nonprofit agency.

Phyllis Atzinger was appointed the center's new executive director.

Ms. Atzinger has been with Open Doors since 1980.

She has worked as a program counselor and as director of programming for the past five years.

Before her work at Open Doors, she was an educator.

Linda Ritter is the agency's new fiscal manager.

Since 1980, she has been responsible for the job development component in the agency and, in 1987, took on the expanded role of training and employment coordinator.

Ms. Ritter has a background in sociology and work experience in fiscal affairs.

The third member of the management team is Gayle Sweeney, who has been with Open Doors since 1989 as the coordinator-counselor of Project Tomorrow.

Project Tomorrow is an Open Doors program that helps at-risk teen parents succeed in education and employment.

Ms. Sweeney was a teacher before joining Open Doors.

Open Doors, established in 1979, offers free career counseling and employment training to teen parents and adults who have problems developing skills and finding jobs.

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