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May 16, 2005
On May 14, 2005 ELSIE AILEEN ASTI of Pasadena, MD; beloved wife of the late Andrew P. Asti; loving mother of Alison L. Asti and Andrea L. Asti; dear sister of Estelle Parker and Pauline Kline; devoted grandmother of Matthew Asti, Daniel Andrew Asti Bienemann and Tracey Ann Asti Bienemann. Memorial Visitation will be held at the BARRANCO & SONS P.A. SEVERNA PARK FUNERAL HOME, Ritchie Hwy. at Robinson Rd. on Wednesday 2 to 4 P.M. with a 4 P.M. Service. In lieu of flowers please make donations to the Severn School Hockey Program, 116 Maple Ave., Severna Park, MD 21146 or to the Annapolis Pony Club or the Oberlin Fund, Oberlin College, Bosworth Hall, Suite 203, 50 W. Lorain St., Oberlin, OH 44074 or to the University of Maryland School of Law, University of Maryland Foundation Inc., Office of External Affairs, 515 W. Lombard St., 3rd Flr., Baltimore, MD 21201.
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By Andrea F. Siegel, The Baltimore Sun | November 5, 2010
Republican challenger Alison L. Asti captured a seat on the Anne Arundel County Circuit Court last week, booting out one of two recent gubernatorial appointees. Asti will take the place of Ronald H. Jarashow. She joins Democrat Laura S. Kiessling, who ran as a team with Jarashow, in winning a 15-year term as a judge. "My message was about the importance of an independent judiciary," Asti said. She said she tried to keep her message positive and focused on presenting herself to voters.
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By Andrea F. Siegel, The Baltimore Sun | January 13, 2011
A judicial campaign conduct committee rebuked the winner of an Anne Arundel County judicial race this week, saying her Election Day campaign flier was misleading. The Maryland Judicial Campaign Conduct Committee, which has no power to impose penalties for violations of its voluntary standards, cited Alison Asti of Pasadena. She was sworn in as a Circuit Court judge last month in a victory that booted recently appointed Ronald Jarashow off the bench. The judicial campaign that pitted two appointees of Gov. Martin O'Malley against Asti, a Republican, became heated and partisan.
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May 19, 2005
Elsie A. Asti, a retired administrative assistant, died of cancer Saturday at her longtime Pasadena home. She was 82. Elsie Aileen Sincavage was born and raised in Shenandoah, Pa. After graduating from business school in Philadelphia, she took a job at the Philadelphia Naval Yard during the early days of World War II. In 1959, she moved to Severna Park and took a job as an administrative assistant at the Naval Sea Systems Command's plant equipment support...
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By Ed Waldman and Mike Klingaman and Ed Waldman and Mike Klingaman,SUN STAFF | September 23, 2004
The Maryland Stadium Authority ended its search for an executive director yesterday, choosing one of its own. Alison Asti, the staff's general counsel for 14 years, was named to run the organization, replacing Richard Slosson, who resigned under fire in March. Asti became acting head of the MSA with the departure of Slosson, who'd been cited by state auditors for having accepted gifts from a firm doing business with the authority. "Alison has impeccable professional ethics," said Carl A.J. Wright, Stadium Authority chairman.
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By CHILDS WALKER and CHILDS WALKER,SUN REPORTER | September 27, 2007
The state attorney general's office will not recommend approval of a settlement reached last week between the Maryland Stadium Authority and its executive director, Alison L. Asti, who agreed to resign if the deal were approved by the Board of Public Works. Without the recommendation, the agreement cannot be considered by the Board of Public Works, said Raquel Guillory, a spokeswoman for the attorney general's office. The decision imperils the settlement, which seemed to signal the end of a tense period at the authority, where Asti's job status was a source of constant speculation.
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By Childs Walker and Childs Walker,SUN REPORTER | September 20, 2007
After suggesting that Gov. Martin O'Malley was pushing her out for political reasons, Alison L. Asti resigned yesterday as executive director and general counsel for the Maryland Stadium Authority. Asti said she was satisfied with the settlement agreement she negotiated with the agency's board but did not back away from an earlier written statement that she was "disappointed that the MSA board has been asked to attempt to invalidate my contract for what can only be political reasons." After the board accepted her resignation, she said, "Nothing was ever suggested to me about the quality of my performance."
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By Andrea F. Siegel, The Baltimore Sun | November 12, 2010
The Anne Arundel County judge who lost his post in the Nov. 2 election has alleged that the Republican challenger who beat him might have violated election laws. In a letter dated Friday and addressed to the state prosecutor, Maryland's attorney general and the Anne Arundel state's attorney, Circuit Judge Ronald H. Jarashow wrote that his allegations "warrant an investigation and possible prosecution of Alison L. Asti. " The allegations are based on a flier that he said "likely violates" the law. "I think that there are election violations that I am witness to, and I felt it was appropriate to bring it to the attention of these people," Jarashow said Friday.
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By Childs Walker and Childs Walker,SUN REPORTER | September 6, 2007
In anticipation of a possible vote to remove Alison Asti as executive director of the Maryland Stadium Authority, Asti's attorney released a letter yesterday defending a clause in her contract that would allow her to remain the agency's top attorney. The letter is a response to various potential arguments Asti has heard against the validity of her contract, said Andrew D. Levy of Baltimore's Brown, Goldstein & Levy, LLP. "Because Ms. Asti has not committed any act that provides the board with contractual right to terminate her employment as general counsel and director of development, Ms. Asti expects that the terms of her employment agreement will be honored by the board without the further involvement of legal counsel," Levy wrote in the letter to authority chairman Frederick W. Puddester.
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By Andrea F. Siegel, The Baltimore Sun | November 12, 2010
The Anne Arundel County judge who lost his post in the Nov. 2 election has alleged that the Republican challenger who beat him might have violated election laws. In a letter dated Friday and addressed to the state prosecutor, Maryland's attorney general and the Anne Arundel state's attorney, Circuit Judge Ronald H. Jarashow wrote that his allegations "warrant an investigation and possible prosecution of Alison L. Asti. " The allegations are based on a flier that he said "likely violates" the law. "I think that there are election violations that I am witness to, and I felt it was appropriate to bring it to the attention of these people," Jarashow said Friday.
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By Andrea F. Siegel, The Baltimore Sun | November 5, 2010
Republican challenger Alison L. Asti captured a seat on the Anne Arundel County Circuit Court last week, booting out one of two recent gubernatorial appointees. Asti will take the place of Ronald H. Jarashow. She joins Democrat Laura S. Kiessling, who ran as a team with Jarashow, in winning a 15-year term as a judge. "My message was about the importance of an independent judiciary," Asti said. She said she tried to keep her message positive and focused on presenting herself to voters.
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By Childs Walker and Childs Walker,SUN REPORTER | September 28, 2007
The Maryland Stadium Authority fired executive director Alison L. Asti yesterday, just one day after the state attorney general's office said it would not recommend approval of a $400,000 settlement reached last week between Asti and the authority. The move represented a drastic twist in a saga that seemed to end last week with all parties satisfied. The authority voted, 4-2, to remove Asti as executive director and as general counsel. That's key because her contract said that if she was removed as director, she would remain as the agency's top attorney.
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By CHILDS WALKER and CHILDS WALKER,SUN REPORTER | September 27, 2007
The state attorney general's office will not recommend approval of a settlement reached last week between the Maryland Stadium Authority and its executive director, Alison L. Asti, who agreed to resign if the deal were approved by the Board of Public Works. Without the recommendation, the agreement cannot be considered by the Board of Public Works, said Raquel Guillory, a spokeswoman for the attorney general's office. The decision imperils the settlement, which seemed to signal the end of a tense period at the authority, where Asti's job status was a source of constant speculation.
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By Childs Walker and Childs Walker,SUN REPORTER | September 20, 2007
After suggesting that Gov. Martin O'Malley was pushing her out for political reasons, Alison L. Asti resigned yesterday as executive director and general counsel for the Maryland Stadium Authority. Asti said she was satisfied with the settlement agreement she negotiated with the agency's board but did not back away from an earlier written statement that she was "disappointed that the MSA board has been asked to attempt to invalidate my contract for what can only be political reasons." After the board accepted her resignation, she said, "Nothing was ever suggested to me about the quality of my performance."
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By Childs Walker and Childs Walker,SUN REPORTER | September 18, 2007
The Maryland Stadium Authority is expected to discuss the possible removal of Alison Asti as executive director tomorrow afternoon in a closed session. Asti's removal has been anticipated since July, when Frederick W. Puddester, an appointee of Gov. Martin O'Malley, took over as chairman of the authority. Asti has said conversations with the then-incoming chairman left her believing that O'Malley did not want her to continue in the job. But tomorrow will mark the first time the board has gathered to discuss Asti's status, sources with knowledge of the meeting said.
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By Childs Walker and Childs Walker,SUN REPORTER | September 28, 2007
The Maryland Stadium Authority fired executive director Alison L. Asti yesterday, just one day after the state attorney general's office said it would not recommend approval of a $400,000 settlement reached last week between Asti and the authority. The move represented a drastic twist in a saga that seemed to end last week with all parties satisfied. The authority voted, 4-2, to remove Asti as executive director and as general counsel. That's key because her contract said that if she was removed as director, she would remain as the agency's top attorney.
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By Childs Walker and Childs Walker,SUN REPORTER | July 10, 2007
Maryland Stadium Authority executive director Alison Asti said last night that based on a recent conversation with her agency's new chairman, Fred Puddester, she does not believe Gov. Martin O'Malley wants her to continue in her position. Asti said she spoke with Puddester, an O'Malley appointee, just before he became chairman on July 1. "I said to him that I expected him to judge me on my performance," she said. "And he responded that he did not think that would be possible. "I took from that that it was his impression that I did not have support from the governor's office to remain in my job," she said.
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By Childs Walker and Childs Walker,SUN REPORTER | September 6, 2007
In anticipation of a possible vote to remove Alison Asti as executive director of the Maryland Stadium Authority, Asti's attorney released a letter yesterday defending a clause in her contract that would allow her to remain the agency's top attorney. The letter is a response to various potential arguments Asti has heard against the validity of her contract, said Andrew D. Levy of Baltimore's Brown, Goldstein & Levy, LLP. "Because Ms. Asti has not committed any act that provides the board with contractual right to terminate her employment as general counsel and director of development, Ms. Asti expects that the terms of her employment agreement will be honored by the board without the further involvement of legal counsel," Levy wrote in the letter to authority chairman Frederick W. Puddester.
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By Childs Walker and Childs Walker,Sun Reporter | July 11, 2007
Maryland Stadium Authority chairman Frederick W. Puddester said he had no comment yesterday on reports that he has asked executive director Alison L. Asti to resign. Asti said Monday that Puddester had left her with the impression that Gov. Martin O'Malley does not want her to continue in the position. She said she has no plans to resign but added that if the authority's board votes her out, she would accept the decision. The Daily Record reported that, according to a source with knowledge of the conversation, Puddester asked Asti to resign and told her that if she did not, he had the votes to have her fired.
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