Panel nominates two for vacancies on school board A...

ARUNDEL DIGEST

May 03, 2002

Panel nominates two for vacancies on school board

A fellow at a Washington think tank and the president of the county's Parent-Teacher Association were nominated Wednesday night to join the Anne Arundel County school board.

The School Board Nominating Convention will send the names of New America Foundation fellow Jim Snider, 43, of Severna Park and PTA chief Eugene Peterson, 51, of Russett to the governor as its top choices to fill the board's at-large and District 32 seats, respectively.

FOR THE RECORD - A digest in yesterday's Anne Arundel County edition included an incorrect date for the county police expo. The event will be held May 11 at the county police headquarters in Millersville from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The Sun regrets the error.

The convention also voted to nominate Terry Gilleland, 24, of Linthicum and David Cope, 46, of Jessup as its second choices for those two seats.

Gov. Parris N. Glendening is expected to make the appointments by July 1. He can appoint anyone, but he usually follows the convention's recommendations.

Two people found dead in home are identified

The two people found dead in a Cape St. Claire home this week have been identified as John Michael Binetti, 51, and his wife, Elaine Lesley Binetti, 52, police said yesterday.

Because the couple apparently had been dead for several weeks before their bodies were found Sunday, authorities relied on dental records to identify them.

The causes of death have not been determined, but detectives found no signs of trauma, said Officer Charles Ravenell, a police spokesman.

Police are awaiting toxicology results from the state medical examiner's office.

Police seek information on woman last seen April 1

County detectives renewed pleas yesterday for information about a missing woman who was last seen getting into a man's car on Route 4 near Wayson's Corner.

Karen Linda Moran, 45, a hairdresser from Hagerstown, has been missing since April 1, when she was seen getting into a car driven by a white man with light-colored hair tied in a ponytail.

Anyone with information about Moran's disappearance is asked to call Detective Shelly Madison at 410-222-3428.

County Police Department to present expo tomorrow

Anne Arundel County Police Department will present its annual expo from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. tomorrow at police headquarters in Millersville.

The event will feature police car rides and demonstrations of police techniques, the 911 center and the canine team.

Displays will be set up behind the police headquarters building at 8495 Veterans Highway. The expo will be held rain or shine, police said.

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