County reassigns duties of retiring zoning administrator...

Carroll Digest

October 14, 2001

County reassigns duties of retiring zoning administrator

The Carroll County commissioners have announced the reallocation of responsibilities in county government since zoning administrator Robert A. "Max" Bair's retirement.

Until a permanent replacement is named, Ralph Green will serve as acting zoning administrator. He is director of the Department of Permits, Inspections and Review.

Jolene Sullivan, director of the Department of Citizen Services, will coordinate the county's character program.

The county attorney's office will handle legislation for the county, and Tim Burke, assistant county attorney, will be the staff leader for the Zoning Ordinance Review Committee.

Steven Powell, director of the Department of Management and Budget, will become emergency lead coordinator and public safety liaison, working with various agencies as the head staff member in emergency situations.

Richard "Pat" Hill, executive assistant to the commissioners, will become liaison for the Farm Museum, Office of Public Safety, Board of License Commissioners and Board of Zoning Appeals. He also will assume Bair's position on the Baltimore Metropolitan Council's management committee.

County, state to discuss local transportation issues

Maryland Transportation Secretary John D. Porcari and members of his department will meet with the Carroll County commissioners at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday at the County Office Building.

The meeting is part of Porcari's annual tour of counties. Topics to be discussed will include the State Consolidated Transportation Plan and local Department of Transportation programs.

Information: 410-386-2145.

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