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Former Delegate Kelly up for Parole Commission post

February 20th, 2015 by WCBC Radio

Governor Larry Hogan Friday submitted 331 appointment nominations, known as “Green Bag” appointments, to the Maryland State Senate. Those include former District 1B Delegate Kevin Kelly, who was nominated for a position on the Parole Commission. A number of the other nominees  are loca as well. They includel:

Allegany College of Maryland Board of Trustees
Joyce K. Lapp

Allegany County Board of Elections
JoAnn Spiker

Allegany County Board of Elections
Richard Lee DeVore, Jr.
Allegany County Board of Elections
Ronald J. Levasseur
Allegany County Board of Elections
Georgia M. Martin
Allegany County Board of Elections
John T. Stakem
Allegany County Board of License Commissioners
James S. Stafford, Jr.  

The governor's appointments secretary, James Fielder, presented Senate President Mike Miller with the names of nominees, which include representatives from all 23 counties and Baltimore City. The 331 names submitted represent one of the highest totals in recent history for these types of appointees and demonstrates the outpouring of bipartisan support the governor and the administration have received from the citizens of Maryland. 
“The names submitted today represent our administration’s commitment to the people of Maryland to provide the responsive, competent, and well-qualified state government they deserve and expect,” said Governor Hogan. “I am proud that they are reflective of the diverse nature of our state, and I look forward to seeing the great work that these outstanding men and women will accomplish over the next few years. Over 10 percent of today's nominations will fill roles on boards and commissions focused on economic development across the state.”

Reflecting the administration’s commitment to making Maryland a more business-friendly state, the governor made 10 nominations to the Maryland Economic Development Commission. These include established and respected leaders of the business community such as Anirban Basu, James Brady, and Aristides Melissaratos.

Governor Hogan also made a number of key nominations to the University System of Maryland Board of Regents – nominations that will help to strengthen the state’s already strong and growing public higher education system.

“The governor and I are incredibly proud of the selections we have made to fill key leadership positions throughout the state,” said Appointments Secretary Jim Fielder. “These individuals come from all parts of Maryland and from diverse ethnic and professional backgrounds. We are confident that these men and women will all work hard to change Maryland for the better."

 

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