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The eastern half of the town would remain in District 4, grouped with portions of Gambrills. The north and west part of Odenton would move to District 1.
Laura Neuman said she will make Anne Arundel County a leader in Maryland.
The chief executive officer of Howard County’s Economic Development Authority will be sworn into office at 10 a.m. Friday in Annapolis.
The Anne Arundel County Council will interview applicants and make a selection on Feb. 21.
The county attorney calls the bill to permanently remove the Anne Arundel county executive "premature, because sentencing has not occurred.”
Anne Arundel County Executive John R. Leopold could be permanently removed from office by a county council vote Wednesday.
Some charter amendments sailed through the polls with a 90 percent approval vote, with the lowest being 61 percent.
By the time early voting ended on Friday evening, 38,140 voters had cast ballots in Anne Arundel County.
Some of these items resolve long-standing disputes on the County Council, while others fix newer problems.
The county executive says he will reimburse Anne Arundel County for his attorney fees—reportedly more than $20,000—should there be an unfavorable ruling against him in the discrimination lawsuit.
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