Planning Board pick announced

February 23, 2007|By a sun reporter

Ramsey Alexander Jr., a retired federal employee, has been nominated to the Howard County Planning Board.

If confirmed, as expected, he will bring the board to its full complement of five members.

County Executive Ken Ulman announced Alexander's nomination yesterday, and the County Council is expected to confirm the choice April 4.

The board has been short-handed since July, when H. Gregory Tornatore resigned and moved out of state.

Alexander, 68, has lived in Columbia for 32 years. He was a senior analyst for the Department of Veterans Affairs and acquisition manager for the department's Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization.

He also worked with the architectural firms of L. Winter McKissack & Associates and L. Quincy Jackson Associates.

Alexander has a bachelor's degree in architectural engineering and a master's in government construction contracting.

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