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AEGIS STAFF REPORT | March 25, 2013
Ten lawyers, including the county's state's attorney and a member of the Maryland House of Delegates, have applied for a vacancy on the Harford County Circuit Court. The 10 applicants to replace recently retired Judge Emory A. Plitt Jr. are: • Joseph Ignatius Cassilly, Harford County State's Attorney since 1983; • Michael Gerard Comeau, a senor assistant attorney in the Harford County Law Department and a former state delegate; • Yolanda Lauranzon Curtin, a state administrative law judge and former Harford prosecutor; • Michael Hugh Andrew Daney, associate zoning hearing examiner for Harford County; • Howard Wayne Norman Jr., a member of the House of Delegates representing Northern Harford; • Steven J. Scheinin, a lawyer in private practice and previous judge applicant and candidate; • District Court Judge Victor Kuras Butanis, a district judge since 1996; • Melissa Lazarich Lambert, chief legal counsel to the Harford County Council and a former assistant state's attorney; • Kerwin Anthony Miller Sr., deputy state's attorney for Cecil County; • Diane Adkins Tobin, deputy state's attorney for Harford County.
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By Luke Broadwater and The Baltimore Sun | September 18, 2014
Fifteen people have applied to fill the vacant 11th District seat on Baltimore City's Council, according to the office of City Council President Bernard C. "Jack" Young.  They are:  Melanie A. Ambridge, a former board member of the South Baltimore Neighborhood Association Darroll Cribb,  CEO of The Humanitarian, Inc. Eric T. Costello, president of the Federal Hill Neighborhood Association  Julie K. Dunham Howie, a development...
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By Andrea F. Siegel, The Baltimore Sun | November 3, 2011
The names of four candidates to fill a vacancy at Maryland's highest court were sent to Gov. Martin O'Malley this week. The Appellate Judicial Nominating Commission recommended Baltimore County Circuit Court Judge Kathleen Gallogly Cox; Chief Magistrate Judge Paul William Grimm, of the U.S. District Court in Baltimore; Robert Neal McDonald, chief counsel for opinions, advice and legislation in the Maryland Attorney General's Office; and Court of...
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By Pamela Wood and The Baltimore Sun | September 11, 2014
Annapolis Mayor Mike Pantelides says he's making progress on filling a number of key vacancies in city government positions and will have nominees for a new city manager and city attorney by Sept. 22. Because of a series of firings and resignations since Pantelides took office in December, the city government is without a permanent city manager, city attorney, planning director, transportation director, and recreation and parks director. The new city manager will have a hand in hiring new directors for recreation and parks and planning and zoning, Pantelides told members of the city council Monday night.
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By Mary Gail Hare | March 9, 2008
The last of the vacancies created when the late Sen. J. Robert Hooper resigned his seat in the legislature last year has been filled. The Harford County Republican Central Committee has appointed James A. Barron of Havre de Grace to its board. Barron, selected from among 13 candidates, will serve until the 2010 primary election, filling the term of Wayne H. Norman Jr., who was appointed to the House of Delegates last month. Norman replaced Barry Glassman, who took Hooper's seat in the Senate.
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March 3, 1994
Once again, state officials are searching for a new executive director to run the Maryland Port Administration. Only this time, there's no sense of urgency or impending doom. Adrian G. Teel has helped reverse the port's bleak situation; his successor will have the far easier task of continuing the momentum already set in motion.When Mr. Teel took the job in 1991, his forte was finance and management. He cut the size of the bureaucracy, reorganized, boosted the port's marketing and started talking with labor leaders.
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By Jeff Zrebiec and The Baltimore Sun | January 17, 2013
Looking to fill their head-coaching vacancy, the Chicago Bears had interest in Ravens' assistant head coach and special teams coordinator Jerry Rosburg. However, the talks between the two sides never went beyond the preliminary stages, according to team sources. Rosburg, 57, never had a formal, in-depth interview and didn't aggressive ly pursue the opening as he was busy helping the Ravens prepare for their playoff run. The Chicago Tribune first reported today that the Bears  spoke to  Rosburg before hiring Marc Trestman, the former coach of the Montreal Alouettes in the Canadian Football League.
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By Timothy J. Mullaney and Timothy J. Mullaney,Sun Staff Writer | July 16, 1994
Vacancies in warehouse and industrial real estate in metropolitan Baltimore dropped sharply in the first half of this year, as strong demand from consumer products and health care companies translated a broader economic recovery into help for the beleaguered commercial real estate business.The local vacancy rate for industrial space fell to 17.9 percent at June 30, from 26.2 percent at this time last year and 19.7 percent at 1993's end, the Baltimore brokerage and management firm rTC Colliers Pinkard said.
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By Carl Tobias | January 18, 2008
Next week, when federal judicial selection resumes, participants in the process could learn much from efforts to fill Judge J. Michael Luttig's vacancy on the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. On May 10, 2006, Judge Luttig, one of the brightest stars in the conservative judicial firmament and who was on every Supreme Court short list, resigned from the 4th Circuit, which includes Maryland. Nineteen months later, President Bush has yet to nominate anyone for this vacancy - a failure to act that typifies the Bush administration's selection process.
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By Patrick Gilbert and Patrick Gilbert,Evening Sun Staff | November 16, 1990
City Councilman Timothy D. Murphy, D-6th, chairman of the Taxation and Finance Committee, has applied for a vacancy on the District Court of Maryland for Baltimore City.Murphy is among 25 people who are seeking to fill the seat left vacant when Judge Paul A. Smith was appointed to the Baltimore City Circuit Court in October.A lawyer for 13 years and a councilman for eight, Murphy said he long has had an interest in being a District Court judge."There comes a time when you explore new opportunities," said Murphy.
NEWS
September 8, 2014
City Council President Bernard C. "Jack" Young is expected Tuesday to formally begin the process of finding a replacement for former Councilman William H. Cole IV, who resigned to become head of the Baltimore Development Corporation. Much is at stake for Mr. Cole's district, which encompasses a diverse array of neighborhoods and the city's central business district, but much is also at stake for the council itself to show that it has learned from the debacle that ensued last time it had a vacancy.
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By Erica L. Green, The Baltimore Sun | August 12, 2014
Baltimore school officials are working to fill hundreds of teacher vacancies in the weeks before the school year starts, according to information presented to the school board Tuesday. With less than one month before the first day of school Aug. 25, the district was actively recruiting teachers to fill 211 vacancies. The high-need areas are in science, math, and special education. The city's number of vacancies far exceeds other area districts. In Baltimore County, which recently held a large job fair, officials reported 32 teacher vacancies, and Anne Arundel currently has 88. City school officials did not respond to inquiries about this year's vacancies.
BUSINESS
By Natalie Sherman, The Baltimore Sun | May 29, 2014
Real estate experts offered a gloomy view of the market for some of the office space in the core of downtown, telling the Baltimore Development Corp. Thursday it is becoming harder for owners of offices along the Baltimore and Charles Street corridors to find tenants. Overall vacancy rates are at about 17.8 percent, down from the 2010 peak of 20.8 percent, according to Jones Lang LaSalle, which presented to the BDC at its monthly meeting. Along the Pratt Street corridor, where many of the premium properties are located, vacancy hit a five-year low of 14.9, according to the presentation.
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By Don Markus and The Baltimore Sun | May 2, 2014
Maryland assistant coach Bino Ranson, who reportedly was one of three candidates recommended for the Coppin State head coaching job, is no longer under consideration, an athletic department spokesman said Friday. Ranson could not be reached for comment. Spokesman Rob Knox said he did not know who was going to get the job. An announcement will be made Tuesday. Longtime coach Fang Mitchell, after 28 seasons at the school, did not have his contract renewed last month. Ranson, who grew up in Baltimore, was one of five candidates interviewed earlier this week by athletic director Derrick Ramsey, who could not be reached for comment.
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By Aaron Wilson and Jeff Zrebiec and The Baltimore Sun | January 25, 2014
The Ravens' search for a new offensive coordinator has been narrowed to a pair of finalists: former Washington Redskins offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan and Ravens wide receivers coach Jim Hostler. Pittsburgh Steelers running backs Kirby Wilson, who interviewed for the position Friday, was among the initial group of finalists. He was informed by coach John Harbaugh on Saturday that he was no longer under consideration for the job, according to two sources. Wilson soon after verbally accepted a position as the Minnesota Vikings' running backs coach, according to a source.
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By Jeff Barker and The Baltimore Sun | January 12, 2014
The Terps football team, which must fill vacancies at offensive line coach and defensive line coach, has been considering a former New York Jets assistant and a Ball State assistant for the posts. Former Jets offensive line coach Dave DeGuglielmo has been linked to the Terps' vacant offensive line coach position, while Ball State defensive line coach Chad Wilt has been tied to the defensive line coach opening. Asked about the pair, Maryland officials said Sunday that they were not making any imminent announcement on hirings.
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | February 19, 2002
Gov. Parris N. Glendening appointed Susan C. Lee yesterday to fill the vacancy created in the House of Delegates when Del. Nancy K. Kopp was elected state treasurer. Lee, 47, lives in Bethesda and is an attorney with the Washington firm Gebhardt & Associates, which specializes in employment and civil rights cases. Lee also has been an attorney with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights. Lee, who is co-chairwoman of the Montgomery County NAACP Multicultural Community Partnership, was selected to fill the 16th District seat by Montgomery County's Democratic Central Committee.
BUSINESS
By Edward Gunts | January 1, 1992
Downtown Baltimore's commercial real estate market closed out the year with a record vacancy rate of 17.8 percent for new "Class A" buildings, up from a rate of 14.3 percent at the beginning of 1991, according to a report from CB Commercial Real Estate Group Inc.The vacancy rate for older "Class B" buildings downtown was 22.9 percent at year's end, up from 20.5 percent at the start of 1991, the real estate company said.By contrast, the national vacancy rate for downtown office space was 18.0 percent for Class A and Class B combined as of Sept.
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By Jeff Barker, The Baltimore Sun | December 31, 2013
Maryland wide receivers coach Lee Hull remains in the running for Morgan State's vacant head coaching position, according to a source with knowledge of the situation who said Hull is a finalist. Morgan State, which has not responded to requests for comment, is expected to hire a new coach early next month. Maryland is already looking to replace defensive line coach Greg Gattuso, who became Albany's head coach earlier this month, and offensive line coach Tom Brattan, whose contract was not renewed.
NEWS
By Brian Griffiths | December 18, 2013
On Tuesday the Cecil Daily reported that Cecil County County Executive Tari Moore has returned to the Republican fold, in a story that will certainly not help with Moore's credibility: County Executive Tari Moore is once again a Republican after returning to the party fold last month. She confirmed Friday that she switched her registration back to Republican online Nov. 11, nearly one year after becoming "unaffiliated. " Moore, who has been a lifelong Republican, switched to unaffiliated last year in between her election and being sworn in as county executive.
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