(PIKESVILLE, MD) – With Halloween quickly approaching, troopers remind folks as they carve their pumpkins and pick out their costumes, the best choices they can make are to drive sober or designate a sober driver before the celebrating begins.
The Maryland State Police is reminding all drivers that ‘Buzzed Driving is Drunk Driving’ because every Halloween there are still some people who think they can drive after drinking. There will be additional patrols out specifically looking for and removing dangerous and impaired drivers from the roadways to ensure everyone has a safe Halloween celebration.
“We want to encourage people to trick or treat this Halloween but never to drink and drive,” said Colonel Marcus L. Brown, Superintendent of the Maryland State Police. “Before you take your first sip of alcohol on October 31, figure out who your designated sober driver will be. If you wait until you’re ‘buzzed’ to make that decision, you may make the wrong choice.”
Remember, designate a sober driver and give them the keys. If you find yourself impaired, call a friend or family member, use public transportation, or call a taxi. If you see a driver you think is impaired, keep a safe distance and contact law enforcement. The extra troopers will be saturating roads with high documented DUI crashes. They will also be focusing on impaired and distracted drivers.
On Wednesday morning at 6:13am, Troopers from the Maryland State Police Prince Frederick Barrack responded to Route 4 at Ponds Wood Rd in Huntingtown for a reported single vehicle motor vehicle collision. Investigation revealed that a 2004 Ford Ranger truck, operated by William Sullivan, 28 of Hollywood, was traveling south on Rt.4 in Huntingtown. As the vehicle approached Ponds Wood Road, the driver lost control and struck the cement median dividing the Ponds Wood Road turn lane from Rt. 4. The vehicle subsequently struck the traffic signal pole and came to rest in the northbound lanes of Rt. 4. No other vehicles were involved.
A passenger, Amanda Kirk, 26 of Edgewater, died as a result of her injuries. The other passenger, age 2, was flown to Children’s Hospital by Maryland State Police, Trooper 7, with injuries. The driver was checked by medical personnel at the scene and was transported with the child. Troopers from the Maryland State Police CRASH Team responded to the scene to reconstruct the accident. Personnel from Huntingtown Volunteer Fire Department and the Calvert County Sheriff’s Department assisted at the scene.
The case is still under investigation and anyone with information is asked to contact TFC S. Lewis at (410)535-1400
On October 31, 2014 detectives with the St. Mary's County Sheriff’s Office Sex Offender Compliance Unit, Criminal Investigations Division Support Team, in conjunction with Agents from the Maryland Department of Parole and Probation will be conducting Sex Offender compliance checks at the residences of registered sex offenders throughout St. Mary’s County. Detectives and agents will be deployed from 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM ensuring compliance with sex offender laws and regulations as well as special rules such as “No Candy” signs or “Halloween Decorations” are permitted at the residences of sex offenders. Sex offenders who are on parole or probation are required to place signs in a conspicuous manner outside their homes and may not have any Halloween decorations on their residence beginning at 6:00 PM.
CALVERT COUNTY, MARYLAND (October 29, 2014) – Investigators
from the Maryland State Fire Marshal’s Office and the Calvert Investigative Team
of the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office are currently investigating a fire that
occurred around 4:15 pm on October 28, 2014. The fire occurred in a two story,
single family dwelling located at 9100 Sam Owings Place in Owings of Calvert
County. The investigation revealed the fire was incendiary in nature, and
intentionally set by Brenda Cook (60). Further investigation revealed the dwelling
was occupied by multiple people at the time of the fire. All occupants were able to
escape the dwelling safely.
Firefighters from North Beach, Dunkirk, Huntingtown, Lothian and Harwood
responded to the fire and extinguished the fire within 10 minutes. The fire caused
an estimated $50,000 in damages to the dwelling.
At this time, the investigation is ongoing and charges are pending for Cook.
An Amber Alert issued Tuesday evening for a mother who threatened to drive off the Delaware Memorial Bridge with her two young children was canceled about two hours later after they were found unharmed, authorities said.
Anne Arundel County Police said Tiamarie Valenzuela, 27, Gabriano D. Lloyd, 2, and Gia M. Lloyd, 1, were safe after being located in Newcastle, Del. around 8 p.m.
When police issued the alert, they said Valenzuela took the children and drove away in a Honda after a fight with her fiancee at a home in the 800 block of Vacation Drive.
A couple hours later, police said in a statement that "Valenzuela called in herself after receiving calls about the Amber Alerts. Officials from the Newcastle Police Department were able to verify the safety and well-being of Ms. Valenzuela and her children."
Police said there were no criminal charges currently pending, but added they were still investigating the incident.
The unmanned commercial supply Antares rocket bound for the International Space Station exploded moments after liftoff Tuesday evening, with debris falling in flames over the launch site along the eastern Virginia coast.
No deaths or injuries were reported following the first catastrophic launch in NASA's commercial spaceflight effort, and the damage appeared to be limited to the facilities at Wallops Island.
"There was failure on launch. There was no indicated loss of life.There was significant property and vehicle damage. Mission control is trying to assess what went wrong," Jay Bolden, a NASA spokesman, told CNN.
The accident at Orbital Sciences Corp.'s launch complex at Wallops Island was sure to draw criticism over the space agency's growing reliance on private U.S. companies in this post-shuttle effort.
NASA is paying billions of dollars to Orbital Sciences and the SpaceX company to make station deliveries, and it's counting on SpaceX and Boeing to start flying U.S. astronauts to the orbiting lab as early as 2017. NASA said there nothing on the lost flight that was urgently needed by the six people living on the space station.
Orbital Sciences' Antares rocket blew up over the launch complex, just six seconds after liftoff at approximately 6:22 p.m. EST. Flames could be seen shooting into the sky as the sun set. There was no hint of any trouble until the rocket exploded.
The Maryland State Board of Education today approved a framework for updating high school graduation requirements as the State transitions to new assessments.
Under the plan approved by the State Board, passing the new Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers (PARCC) exams in English 10 and Algebra I will not become a graduation requirement until the 2016-17 school year. The Board in December will likely act on proposed regulations based on the framework.
“Today’s discussion on the move to assessments aligned to Maryland’s College and Career Ready Standards was focused on our students in the same way we’ve focused on our educators throughout this period,” said Dr. Mary Kay Finan, Vice President of the Maryland State Board of Education. “Our two-year plan will allow our students and teachers to become more knowledgeable in the more rigorous standards during the transition.”
Although the PARCC exams are being given this year for the first time in mathematics and English, the process with which the passing scores are set will not be completed until December 2015. This transition caused challenges for some students who had taken HSA-aligned courses, as well as students enrolled in the first years of the PARCC-aligned courses.
For students enrolled in the tested high school courses during 2014-15 and 2015-16, the following requirements will be included in a new regulatory proposal:
• Students who have taken the Algebra I HSA-aligned course will have the opportunity to retake the exam in 2014-15. Because the HSA-aligned test ends after the 2014-15 school year, students who have not passed will not need to take a make-up test in 2015-16 in order to graduate. These students must still pass the course as part of their graduation requirements.
• Students who have taken the English 10 HSA-aligned course will have the opportunity to re-take the exam in 2014-15. Because the HSA-aligned test ends after the 2014-15 school year, students who have not passed will not need to take a make-up test in 2015-16 in order to graduate. These students must still pass the course as part of their graduation requirements.
• Students taking the Algebra I course aligned to PARCC in 2014-15 and 2015-16, and not passing the test, will not be required to pass the exam in order to graduate. These students must still pass the course as part of their graduation requirements.
• Students taking the English 10 course aligned to PARCC in 2014-15 and 2015-16, and not passing the test, will not be required to pass the exam in order to graduate. These students must still pass the course as part of their graduation requirements.
• As in the past, all students still must pass the government and biology High School Assessments – or successfully complete the Bridge Plan project-based assessment in those subjects – in order to graduate.
The presentation made to the Maryland State Board of Education today recommended that students enrolled in the PARCC-aligned courses during 2016-17 and beyond will have to pass all four assessments, or successfully complete Bridge Plan projects in those subjects, to receive a Maryland high school diploma.
Early Tuesday morning, firefighters were called to 118 Mallard Lane in LaPlata for the report of a two story single family home fire. 55 firefighters from La Plata, Waldorf, Bel Alton, Marbury, Bryans Road, Newburg, Indian Head and Potomac Heights Volunteer Fire Departments responded and discovered the back of the home engulfed in flames. They had the blaze under control in about 25 minutes. The cause of the fire has been determined to be the result of an unattended candle igniting nearby combustible materials. There was no one home at the time of the fire. Two La Plata volunteer firefighters (ages 27 and 22) sustained non-burn related injuries. Both were treated and released at Charles Regional Medical Center. The estimated total loss in the fire is $250,000.
PRINCE FREDERICK, Md. – Oct. 28, 2014 – The Maryland State Highway Administration has completed safety improvements at the intersection of Cove Point Road and Little Cove Point Road in Lusby.
A new dedicated right-turn-only lane on Cove Point Road allows eastbound motorists to turn safely on to Little Cove Point Road. Associated right-turn arrow painting is also complete.
The improvements were the result of a traffic study commissioned by Dominion as part of its application for the Cove Point liquefied natural gas export project. All costs for the work were borne by Dominion.
For more information on the Cove Point export project, visit the county’s online resource center at http://www.co.cal.md.us/CovePointProject.
On October 28, 2014 at 0136 hours Troopers from the Maryland State Police, Leonardtown Barrack, responded to MD Rt. 234 in the area of Delozier Lane, Mechanicsville, St. Mary’s County, Maryland for the report of a motor vehicle collision.
Preliminary investigation revealed that a 2003 Chevrolet Duramax truck was traveling eastbound on MD Rt. 234 west of Delozier Lane. A 2004 Chrysler Sebring was traveling westbound on MD Rt. 234 west of Delozier Lane. The operator of the Chevrolet truck, 24 year old Jeremy Ryan Hunley fell asleep and entered the westbound lane of MD Rt. 234. The operator of the Chrysler, 22 year old Matthew Mason Truitt of Calvert County attempted to take evasive maneuvers and entered the eastbound lane of MD Rt. 234 in an attempt to avoid the Chevrolet truck. The Hunley woke up and swerved back into the eastbound lane. The Chevrolet truck collided into the passenger side of the Chrysler. After the collision, the Chevrolet truck entered a ditch/culvert and overturned. The Chrysler also left the roadway and came to rest in a ditch on the eastbound side of MD Rt. 234.
The front passenger of the Chrysler, 20 year old Tiffany Danielle Henderson of Calvert County was ejected from the vehicle and succumbed to her injuries on the scene. Matthew Truitt was transported to Prince George's Hospital via MSP helicopter Trooper 7. Hunley refused treatment. The collision is being investigated by TFC Mersman, Maryland State Police- Leonardtown Barrack. The State's Attorney was notified of the collision and responded to the scene. The Maryland State Highway Administration responded to the scene and assisted with the road closure and traffic detour. At this time, it appears that alcohol is not a factor in this collision.
Leonardtown, MD - The Maryland Transit Administration (MTA), a division of the Maryland Department of Transportation, provides commuter express bus services to Washington D.C. on four (4) separate routes from three (3) park and ride lots in St. Mary’s County. These lots are located in California near the St. Mary’s County Regional Airport, Charlotte Hall and Golden Beach.
The routes are operated under a service contract with a private transportation provider. Two routes stop at the Charlotte Hall park and ride, two routes stop at Golden Beach park and ride and one route stops at California park and ride.
Routes 903, 905 and 909 will be renamed with new route patterns, effective November 1, 2014.
Route 705 - This route is a weekday express route which serves the Charlotte Hall park and ride lot in St. Mary’s County and the Mattawoman-Beantown park and ride lot in Charles County to Washington D.C. from 4:15 am to 7:39 pm via MD 5. For routes and schedules go to: http://mta.maryland.gov/advisories/commuter-bus-november-schedule-changes-western-and-southern-maryland
Route 715 - This route is a weekday express route which serves the Golden Beach park and ride lot in St. Mary’s County and the Mattawoman-Beantown park and ride lot in Charles County to Washington D.C. from 4:20 am to 8:12 pm via MD 5. For routes and schedules go to: http://mta.maryland.gov/advisories/commuter-bus-november-schedule-changes-western-and-southern-maryland
Route 725 - This route is a weekday peak service route which serves the California park and ride (St. Mary’s County Regional Airport) and the Charlotte Hall park and ride and the Golden Beach park and ride lots in St. Mary’s County and the Mattawoman-Beantown park and ride lot in Charles County to Washington D.C. from 4:00 am to 7:26 pm via MD 5. For routes and schedules go to: http://mta.maryland.gov/advisories/commuter-bus-november-schedule-changes-western-and-southern-maryland
Route 735 - This route is a weekday peak service route which serves the Golden Beach park and ride lot in St. Mary’s County, Regency Furniture (Southern Maryland Blue Crabs) Stadium in Charles County, Suitland Federal Center, and the Suitland Metro station to Washington D.C. from 4:20 am to 7:14 pm via MD 5. For routes and schedules go to: http://mta.maryland.gov/advisories/commuter-bus-november-schedule-changes-western-and-southern-maryland.
CALVERT COUNTY, MD – Deputy State Fire Marshals have
charged a 17 year-old male after determining he was responsible for intentionally igniting
the rear deck on fire at 8611 Addison Bridge Place in Chesapeake Beach on August 26,
2014. The 12:06 a.m. blaze caused an estimated $500,000 in damage to the 3-story
townhouse and both units to either side. The dwellings were not occupied at the time of
the fire. No injuries were reported during the extinguishment of the fire.
The juvenile was arrested at his residence in Anne Arundel County and transported
to the Cheltenham Youth Facility. He was charged with 1st Degree Arson and will remain
at the facility pending actions by the Department of Juvenile Services.
Prince George’s County Police are offering a reward of up to $25,000 in the case of an apparent homicide that occurred Monday evening.
Around 6:40 p.m., officers received a call about a body in a wooded area near Cedarville and Bevard roads. They arrived to find a man suffering from trauma; he died at the scene.
Police have not identified a suspect or motive in the case. Authorities say there do not appear to be any witnesses to the murder.
Anyone with information about the homicide is asked to call Crime Solvers at 1-866-411-TIPS.
The Prince George’s County Police Department’s Collision Analysis and Reconstruction Unit is investigating a fatal pedestrian collision in Accokeek. The victim is identified as 61-year-old Lucia Miriam Amaya-Brown of Whitecliff Court in Accokeek.
On October 27, 2014, at about 5:20 am, patrol officers were called to the intersection of Route 210 and Berry Road for the report of a pedestrian collision. When they arrived, they found Amaya-Brown in the roadway with critical injuries. She was pronounced dead on the scene.
The preliminary investigation reveals a pickup truck was traveling northbound on Route 210 when it struck Amaya-Brown. She was not in a crosswalk at the time. The driver stayed on the scene and is cooperating with investigators.
Anyone with information about this case is asked to call the Prince George’s County Police Department’s Collision Analysis and Reconstruction Unit at (301) 731-4422. Callers wishing to remain anonymous may call Crime Solvers at 1-866-411-TIPS (8477), text “PGPD plus your message” to CRIMES (274637) on your cell phone or got to www.pgcrimesolvers.com.
For more information, please contact the Prince George’s County Police Department’s Media Relations Division at (301) 772-4710.
TRAFFIC FATALITY: On Oct. 25 at 12:55 p.m., Charles County Sheriff’s officers responded to the intersection of Poplar Hill Road and St. Peter’s Church Road in Waldorf for the reported motor vehicle crash. The investigation revealed Ruby Ellen Marshall, 85, of Brandywine was driving a Honda CRV north on Poplar Hill Road and attempted to turn onto St. Peter’s Church Road but failed to yield the right of way to a southbound Toyota Rav4. The vehicles collided in the intersection. Marshall and the driver of the Toyota—a 68-year-old Waldorf woman—displayed minor injuries at the scene of the crash and were transported to the University of Maryland Charles Regional Medical Center (CRMC) for treatment. A passenger in the Toyota, a 19-year-old Waldorf man, was uninjured.
During the week of October 20 through October 26 deputies of the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office responded to 1,372 calls for service throughout the community.
Citizens with information on the following crimes or any criminal activity in Calvert County who wish to report it anonymously can now access the Calvert County Crime Solvers link through the Sheriff’s Office website.
Go to http://www.co.cal.md.us/residents/safety/law/sheriff/ and click on the Crime Solvers link to leave an anonymous tip on-line. Information leading to the arrest and conviction of a suspect could result in a $1,000 reward.
Attempted Burglary Case #14-59030:
A homeowner in the 8300 block of Bayside Road in Chesapeake Beach reported to DFC C. Fox that on October 20, it appeared someone tried to break into her home through the back door. Entry was not made and nothing was taken. The investigation continues.
Burglary Case #14-59162:
DFC J. Lord is investigating a burglary at a home in the 10600 block of Fielder Court in Dunkirk. A jar of money and a guitar were stolen during the break-in that happened sometime between October 18 and 20.
Destruction of Property Case #14-59314:
A homeowner on Armory Road in Prince Frederick advised DFC R. Kreps that on October 21 around 9:30 p.m. she heard a bang and when she went outside to investigate, she discovered that her cable lines had been cut.
Theft from Vehicle Case #14-59463:
DFC J. Denton is investigating the theft of a TV/stereo set from a vehicle parked outside a home on Serenity Court in Prince Frederick overnight between October 22 and 23.
Thefts from Vehicles Cases#14-59606 and 14-59709:
Vehicles at two homes on Calvert Towne Drive in Prince Frederick were entered and items were stolen from within between October 22 and 24. The cases are being investigated by Deps. Idol and Wood.
Theft from Vehicles Case #14-59669:
Two vehicles parked outside a home on Brians Way in Lusby had items stolen from them overnight between October 23 and 24. Dep. Trigg is investigating.
Burglary Case #14-59943:
Dfc C. Fox is investigating a burglary to a home in the 3900 block of 17th Street in Chesapeake Beach that happened on October 25 between 8:30 a.m. and 2:27 p.m. A flat screen television set was taken. The investigation continues.
Information was received by detectives of drug activity in the Piney Point area and the source of the drug activity was Shannon Danielle Parker (Age 38 of Piney Point, Md.). As the investigation continued, a vehicle stop was conducted by a member of the Vice/Narcotics Support Team on a vehicle in which suspect Parker was in. A search revealed a digital scale, cocaine, methamphetamine and “suboxone”. Suspect Parker and another suspect Thomas Ronald Morgan aka “Big Head” (Age 50 of Piney Point, Md.) were arrested. A search and seizure warrant on the home led to nearly $1,000 worth of “crystal methamphetamine”, cocaine and other paraphernalia. Additional charges are pending a case review with State’s Attorney Richard D. Fritz.
Gerald Lawrence (Age 64 of Callaway, Md.) was indicted for “Distribution of Cocaine”.
John Wendell Young (Age 40 of Leonardtown, Md.) was indicted by detectives after he was found to be in possession of “Cocaine” and “Oxycodone” in sufficient amounts to indicate intent to distribute.
Travis Richardson (Age 28 of Lusby, Md.) was identified as a distributor of cocaine in the Redgate area of St. Mary’s County. As a result of that investigation, a search and seizure warrant was obtained for his residence where detectives recovered cocaine, digital scales, packaging materials and a handgun. Suspect Richardson is a convicted felon and prohibited from possessing a firearm. He was subsequently indicted for those charges as well as several counts of “distribution of cocaine” after detectives made multiple undercover purchases of cocaine from him.
Amanda Lynn Norris (Age 26 of Callaway, Md.) was indicted for “Distribution of Cocaine” after detectives made undercover purchases from her.
Lewis Tyler Yates (Age 22 of St. Inigoes, Md.) was indicted for “Distribution of Morphine”after detectives made undercover purchases from him.
Abigail Leigh Adams (Age 31) and Richard Clayton Hewitt (Age 38) both of Lexington Park, were targets of a prescription drug investigation. Detectives discovered both to be in possession of morphine and related paraphernalia. Additional charges are pending a review with State’s Attorney Richard D. Fritz.
The Charles County Department of Health will be conducting a flu vaccination clinic Wednesday, Oct. 29 from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. at the Western County Family Medical Center located in the Nanjemoy Community Center (4375 Port Tobacco Road, Nanjemoy).
Flu vaccines are available in injectable form for all residents six months of age and older. Nasal spray vaccine will be available for residents three to 49 years of age who have no health related problems. A high-dosage vaccine will be available for seniors 65 and over. All vaccines are at no cost for residents.
Residents are urged to get the flu vaccine. For more information, go to the Charles County Department of Health website www.CharlesCountyHealth.org.
FIRST DEGREE ASSAULT – On October 20, 2014, Deputy Logue responded to a residence on Holly Hill Lane in California, for a domestic assault. The victim alleged suspect Annette Wright Gonzalez, 44, of California, struck the victim with her hands and threw a knife at the victim during an argument. Gonzalez was placed under arrest and transported to the St. Mary’s County Detention Center. She was charged with 1st and 2nd Degree Assault.
ROGUE & VAGABOND – On October 22, 2014, Deputy S. Cameron responded to the 23000 block of FDR Blvd., after a citizen reported seeing a male suspect entering unlocked vehicles and attempting to open other vehicles in the parking lot. The citizen provided a description of the suspect. Deputy Cameron observed a male suspect matching the description who immediately fled on foot as Deputy Cameron approached. The suspect, identified as Earl Linwood Kent JR., 19, of Great Mills, was taken into custody after a short foot chase. He was subsequently identified as the suspect seen entering and attempting to entry parked vehicles. Kent was placed under arrest and transported to the St. Mary’s County Detention Center. He was charged with Rogue and Vagabond.
VIOLATION PROTECTIVE ORDER – On October 23, 2014, Corporal D. Snyder responded to a residence located in the 26000 block of South Sandgates Road, for a reported violation of a protective order. The victim alleged suspect Donald Earl Walker, 26, of Hughesville, entered the victim’s yard and yelled at the victim in violation of an active protective order. Walker was placed under arrest and transported to the St. Mary’s County Detention Center. He was charged with 2 COUNTS Violation of Protective Order.
VIOLATION PROTECTIVE ORDER – On October 23, 2014, Corporal Corcoran responded to a residence on Fox Chase Drive, for a reported violation of a protective order. The victim alleged suspect Nathaniel Carl Taylor, 20, of Park Hall, called the victim on the phone in violation of an active protective order. Corporal Corcoran located Taylor and placed him under arrest. Taylor was transported to the St. Mary’s County Detention Center and charged with Violation of Protective Order.
FIRST DEGREE ASSAULT – On October 26, 2014, DFC Flerlage responded to a residence on Mount Wolf Way in Charlotte Hall, for a subject with a knife. DFC Flerlage located a male victim inside the residence who reported suspect Matthew Garrett Nicholson, 30, of Charlotte Hall, was arguing with a female in the home and began to chase her with a knife. The male victim attempted to intervene and was punched in the torso by Nicholson. Nicholson was subsequently apprehended exiting the attack window. He was placed under arrest and transported to the St. Mary’s County Detention Center. Nicholson was charged with 1st Degree Assault and 2 COUNTS 2nd Degree Assault.
ASSAULT ON POLICE OFFICER – On October 24, 2014, Deputy Teague responded to a residence on Lawrence Avenue, for a disturbance. Deputy Teague spoke to Doris Elizabeth Thomas, 49, of Leonardtown, who appeared to be very intoxicated and refused to answer questions. Thomas turned the volume up on her stereo so that Deputy Teague could not hear her. As he turned the volume down, Thomas slapped his arm and pushed him away from the stereo. Thomas was placed under arrest and transported to the St. Mary’s County Detention Center. She was charged with 2nd Degree Assault.
ASSAULT – On October 24, 2014, Deputy Beyer responded to a residence in Mechanicsville for an assault. The victim alleged suspect Glenn Fitzgerald Fenwick, 53, of Mechanicsville, engaged in an argument with the victim over a text message the victim received. The victim and Fenwick went outside where the argument continued. Fenwick then grabbed a shovel and struck the victim on the back of the arm. Deputy Beyer observed a fresh injury on the victim’s arm. Fenwick was placed under arrest and transported to the St. Mary’s County Detention Center. He was charged with 2nd Degree Assault.
PRINCE FREDERICK, Md. – The Calvert County Board of County Commissioners (BOCC) is seeking applicants to fill a vacancy for the First Election District representative on the Calvert County Board of Education.
Joseph R. Chenelly, the current First Election District representative on the Board of Education, announced his resignation effective Nov. 1. By state law, the BOCC appoints members to fill any board of education vacancy for the remainder of the term until a successor is elected and qualified.
Individuals interested in applying must submit an application no later than midnight, Nov. 17, 2014. Organizations may also submit individuals for consideration. The application is available online at www.co.cal.md.us/BOEapplication.
Those interested in applying for appointment must be registered to vote in Calvert County and residents of the First Election District for a minimum of two years before the beginning of the appointed term.
For more information, contact Lisa Tolomei, administrative aide to the BOCC, at email@example.com or call 410-535-1600, ext. 2214.