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Myers, Czapski among Green Bag appointments

February 17th, 2017 by WCBC Radio

Governor Larry Hogan today submitted 189 appointments to the Maryland State Senate. Secretary of Appointments Chris Cavey presented the Senate with the names of the “Green Bag” nominees.

“The appointments we submitted today represent our administration’s continued commitment to the people of Maryland to provide the most responsive, competent, and well-qualified representatives that Marylanders deserve and expect,” said Governor Hogan. “I am proud that these men and women are reflective of the diverse nature of our state, and I look forward to seeing the great things they will accomplish as we continue to Change Maryland for the Better.”

Representative of the administration’s unyielding commitment to making Maryland more business-friendly, more than fifteen percent of the “Green Bag” nominations will fill roles on boards and commissions that focus on economic development, including the appointment of Nicole Alt-Myers to the Maryland Economic Development Corporation (MEDCO) Board of Directors.

Governor Hogan also made several nominations to the University System of Maryland Board of Regents, highlighting the administration’s commitment to strengthening our higher education system and ensuring it remains one of the most competitive and best in the country. More than fifteen percent of today’s appointments represent nominations to education boards and commissions.

Other local appointments include: Al Feldstien, Historical Trust Board of Trustees; Stu Czapski, Canal Place Preservation Development Authority; and Brenda Smith, Maryland Economic Development Commission. 

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