Howard County Executive-elect Allan Kittleman announced his transition team earlier this week and discussed their task moving forward as he prepares to take office next month.
From The Baltimore Sun coverage,
Ten of the 12 team members have been assigned to lead a specialized committee that will evaluate a specific area within the county government. The other two team members will co-lead one committee.
Team members are:
- Cole Schnorf: Planning and Zoning and Licensing and Permits
- Sharonlee Vogel and Chip Lundy: Public Works
- Chip Doetsch: the County Administration
- Anata Heejebu: Technology, Communications and Cable
- Rachel Mull: the Howard County Economic Development Authority
- Angel Cartagena: Citizen Services
- Janet Cornick: Education, Library and Howard Community College
- Jean Parker: Recreation and Parks
- Andrea Ingram: Housing
- Ron Carlson: Health, Mental Health and Social Services
- David Steele: Public Safety
- Columbia attorney Michael Davis
“There will be a few changes, but not that much dramatic,” Kittleman said. “I don’t think you’re going to see me walking in and completely sweeping out everybody.”
He added: “I ran a campaign not on changing Howard County, but improving it. I’m looking forward to continuing some of the policies the previous administration did that are working well, and also looking to see where we could make some changes.”
To read the full article on Kittleman’s transition, visit The Baltimore Sun.