Robey Set to Retire After 48 Years of Public Service

RobeySenator James Robey announced on April 16 that the 2014 General Assembly session will mark the end of his public service for Howard County.

Senator Robey said,

“I just feel like it’s time to leave public service, I’ve given a lot, I just feel it’s time to step aside and let someone else step in.”

The Baltimore Sun reported

Robey, 72, has served in the Senate since 2007 representing District 13, which covers much of southern Howard County.

He previously served two terms as Howard County Executive from 1998 to 2006. He also was the Howard County Chief of Police from 1991 to 1998 and a county police officer from 1966 to 1991.

Robey was also the Maryland Association of Counties President in 2006.

Click here to read more about Robey’s years in public service.

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