Baltimore County Revenue Authority picks new leader

Kenneth Mills also served agency from 1985-93

March 20, 2012|By Alison Knezevich, The Baltimore Sun

A former head of the Baltimore County Revenue Authority has been hired to lead the agency again.

The authority's board of directors on Tuesday chose Kenneth Mills as CEO of the authority, which operates the county's parking garages, golf courses and some recreational facilities. He will replace William "Lynnie" Cook, who resigned in February.

Mills, who is director of business development for Southway Builders in Baltimore, also worked for the Revenue Authority from 1985 to 1993. He joined as deputy director and later became executive director.

Mills, 55, said he's scheduled to start at the new job on April 9.

Also this week, County Executive Kevin Kamenetz nominated Roland O. Campbell Jr. to serve on the authority's board. Campbell, a Pikesville resident, is president and CEO of the real estate advisory firm ROC Inc. If confirmed by the County Council, Campbell would replace Joseph E. Blair Jr., whose term expired last June.

The board also has a vacancy following the recent resignation of longtime board member Leslie M. Pittler. A replacement for Pittler has not yet been selected.

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