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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | November 13, 2012
Paul W. Wirtz, former deputy director of facilities engineering at Aberdeen Proving Ground and longtime comptroller and trustee of the Baltimore Streetcar Museum, died Nov. 4 from multiple organ failure at Greater Baltimore Medical Center. The former Roland Park resident was 91. "Paul was a very erudite guy and very learned. He was a world traveler until he became ill," said Andrew S. Blumberg, a member for many years of the Baltimore Streetcar Museum, where he is director of public relations.
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Letter to The Aegis | June 10, 2014
Editor: Herein are my thoughts on the forthcoming Bill 14-18 [regarding empowering the county executive to appoint deputy directors of departments]  The bill reads, in part: "The County Executive shall appoint a single officer to head each agency of the Executive Branch, AS WELL AS DEPUTY DIRECTORS OF AN AGENCY, subject to confirmation by the Council, as required by Section 223 of this Charter, and such officer AND DEPUTIES may be removed at the discretion of the County Executive.
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By John H. Gormley Jr | September 5, 1991
Finding the talent he wanted within his own organization, Adrian G. Teel, executive director of the Maryland Port Administration, announced yesterday the selection of Michael P. Angelos as deputy director of the port agency.Mr. Angelos was general manager of Maryland International Terminals, the subsidiary of the MPA that oversees operation of the Seagirt Marine Terminal.Mr. Angelos, a 39-year-old Baltimore native, has worked on the waterfront for more than 20 years. Before coming to the state port agency he was assistant vice president of operations for ITO Corp.
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AEGIS STAFF REPORT | May 13, 2014
Edward Hopkins, a retired lieutenant with the Harford County Sheriff's Office who has been its chief spokesman for the last year and a half, has been appointed chief deputy, effective July 1. Hopkins will replace Col. Greg Carlevaro, who is retiring to become a college professor, according to Sheriff Jesse Bane. Bane announced the Hopkins appointment at the Harford County Council meeting Tuesday evening. "Eddie has everything I am looking for in the chief deputy position," Bane said in a phone interview after the meeting.
BUSINESS
By John H. Gormley Jr | May 21, 1991
In his search for a new port director, Maryland Transportation Secretary O. James Lighthizer says he is also looking for a deputy director."I'm not looking for one guy. I'm looking for two," he said during an interview at week's end in his office at the World Trade Center at the Inner Harbor.Mr. Lighthizer, who has said that he considers management ability rather than experience in the maritime industry as the principal requirement, now is hinting that he may look for a deputy director with the maritime experience that the new port director might lack.
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by a sun reporter | May 2, 2007
Kimberley Flowers, a former government employee in Washington and Baltimore, has been named deputy director of the Howard County Department of Planning and Zoning. In the $104,187-a-year position, Flowers will serve as an ombudsman among the department, community and other government officials. She began her new job Monday. The position was recommended in February by a transition team for County Executive Ken Ulman, which said that there was a need to establish greater trust with the community.
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By Laura Sullivan and Laura Sullivan,SUN STAFF | July 12, 2000
William B. Black, who retired to the private sector after 38 years with the National Security Agency, has been asked to return - and assume its highest civilian post. Lt. Gen. Michael V. Hayden, director of NSA, has nominated Black to become deputy director. The appointment requires approval from Secretary of Defense William S. Cohen and President Clinton. Black, who held a number of senior-level positions including special assistant to the director, retired in 1997. He is credited by agency officials with developing better ways for NSA to support military operations abroad and with creating new ways for the electronic spy agency to gather "signals intelligence" from the airwaves and cyberspace.
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By SIOBHAN GORMAN and SIOBHAN GORMAN,SUN REPORTER | May 31, 2006
WASHINGTON -- The National Security Agency's second-highest official is being forced out by the agency's director, who is moving to install his own leadership team nine months into his tenure, current and former government officials said yesterday. Lt. Gen. Keith B. Alexander, the NSA's director, announced in a memo to agency employees last week that Deputy Director William B. Black Jr. would be taking a new position in mid-August as the NSA's liaison officer to its British intelligence counterpart, the officials said.
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By Robert Little and Jamie Stiehm and Robert Little and Jamie Stiehm,SUN STAFF | November 19, 2004
Lt. Gen. Michael V. Hayden, director of the National Security Agency and the longest-serving leader in the spy operation's 52-year history, said yesterday that he is "waiting for a phone call" asking him to leave his position at Fort Meade and take over as second in command of the CIA. Hayden was responding to speculation that he is the Bush administration's first choice to become the top deputy to CIA Director Porter J. Goss, a position that would give...
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By Raven L. Hill, The Baltimore Sun | January 6, 2011
Baltimore County is stepping up efforts in minority recruitment, promoting Adrienne Jones to deputy director in the office of human resources. Jones, who has served under five county executives, helped create the county's office of fair practices and community affairs, which she has run since 1994. She has also been a member of the Maryland General Assembly since 1997, where she serves as Speaker Pro Tem, representing the 10th Legislative District. Jones' focus will include ensuring compliance with equal employment laws and developing a diversity sensitivity training program for all employees.
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By Luke Broadwater, The Baltimore Sun | April 19, 2014
The city's Department of Transportation disclosed this week they've reorganized the agency, creating five new positions that pay $100,000 or more for upper management. The moves were questioned by some City Council members who say they were not informed of the changes. Before the changes, only two employees at the department took in six figures. "Any time there's such a major reorganization and additional funding, we should know, frankly, before those positions are declared and filled," said City Councilman Carl Stokes, who chairs the finance committee.
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By Kevin Rector, The Baltimore Sun | November 8, 2013
Frank Hamons, a trained biologist who for the past 30 years has led efforts to dredge the port of Baltimore's channels, has left the Maryland Port Administration for the private sector. Hamons, 71, who worked his last day as deputy director for harbor development Oct. 31, has taken a new job with Baltimore-based Gahagan & Bryant Associates, an engineering and consulting firm that focuses on dredging and port development projects. He will be replaced by David Blazer, the port administration's chief of dredged material management, who has worked under Hamons for the past three years.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | October 25, 2013
Everett H. Wilson, son of Eastern Shore sharecroppers who was one of the first African-American students to enroll at St. John's College in Annapolis and later became a social worker, died Tuesday of pneumonia at Anne Arundel Medical Center. The longtime Severna Park resident was 79. "Everett was one of what we call 'The Magnificent Seven' who came to St. John's before Brown v. Board of Education," said Christopher B. Nelson, president of St. John's College. "He is one of the loveliest human beings who ever walked on the face of the earth.
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By Michael Dresser, The Baltimore Sun | February 26, 2013
On its third try in three years, Gov. Martin O'Malley's bill to spur development of an offshore wind farm off the coast of Ocean City won the approval of a key committee Tuesday night, setting the stage for what is expected to be easy passage on the Senate floor. The Senate Finance Committee, which spurned the bill the past two years, voted 7-4 for this year's version of one of O'Malley's  top environmental priorities. The governor was helped by a change in the composition of the committee, which previously has six members who were committed to voting it down.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | November 13, 2012
Paul W. Wirtz, former deputy director of facilities engineering at Aberdeen Proving Ground and longtime comptroller and trustee of the Baltimore Streetcar Museum, died Nov. 4 from multiple organ failure at Greater Baltimore Medical Center. The former Roland Park resident was 91. "Paul was a very erudite guy and very learned. He was a world traveler until he became ill," said Andrew S. Blumberg, a member for many years of the Baltimore Streetcar Museum, where he is director of public relations.
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AEGIS STAFF REPORT | May 11, 2012
The Harford County Department of Public Works, Division of Highways and Water Resources, will conduct a public meeting Wednesday, May 16, to discuss a petition to modify the western portion of Church Lane in White Hall from an earth to a tar and chip surface. The meeting will start at 6 p.m. in the offices of the Department of Public Works, 212 S. Bond Street, Third Floor, in Bel Air. Interested persons who cannot attend may send written comments to H. Hudson Myers III, Deputy Director, 212 S. Bond Street, Bel Air, MD 21014, or by e-mail to hhmyers@harfordcountymd.gov .
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | October 25, 2013
Everett H. Wilson, son of Eastern Shore sharecroppers who was one of the first African-American students to enroll at St. John's College in Annapolis and later became a social worker, died Tuesday of pneumonia at Anne Arundel Medical Center. The longtime Severna Park resident was 79. "Everett was one of what we call 'The Magnificent Seven' who came to St. John's before Brown v. Board of Education," said Christopher B. Nelson, president of St. John's College. "He is one of the loveliest human beings who ever walked on the face of the earth.
NEWS
November 19, 1995
In today's Parade Magazine, George J. Tenet, the deputy director of the Central Intelligence Agency, is misidentified as David Cohen, the deputy director of operations, in a caption accompanying a photograph on the cover.The Sun regrets the errors.
NEWS
May 2, 2012
A public meeting will be held to discuss a petition to modify the western portion of Church Lane in White Hall from a dirt road to a tar and chip surface. The meeting, sponsored by the Harford County Department of Public Works, Division of Highways and Water Resources, will be on May 16 at 6 p.m. in the offices of the Department of Public Works on the third floor of 212 S. Bond St. in Bel Air. To request disability-related accommodations, contact Shirley DeVaughn at 410-638-3548 (TTY users call Maryland Relay)
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