Charles County Attorney Roger Fink Retires After Two Decades of Service

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Charles County Attorney Roger L. Fink has announced his retirement from the county.  Appointed to  the position of County Attorney in November 1991, Fink  provided legal advice and representation on a wide range of issues including Land Use, Planning and Zoning, Environmental Law, and Ethics for 2o years.  Southern Maryland Today reports:

“Mr. Fink has been a dedicated County Attorney”, said Charles County Commissioner President Candice Quinn Kelly, speaking on behalf of the Board of Commissioners. “He has a wealth of knowledge about legal practices and the operations of County Government. His retirement leaves behind a legacy that will not soon be forgotten.”

“Establishing the County’s first full-time Office of Law and serving the citizens of Charles County has been a challenging and rewarding experience, for which I am very grateful,” said Mr. Fink.

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