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                                              In This Issue:
                   April 25, 2011             Aberdeen Mayor Michael E. Bennett is New MML President
                                              Aberdeen Mayor Michael E. Bennett, elected by the membership as MML's 2010-2011
                IMPORTANT DATES:              President-Elect, assumed the office of President of the Maryland Municipal League on
                                              April 18... (more)
                Orientation for Municipal
                Officials - Cecil & Harford
                                              Deadline is Monday, April 25 for Discounted MML Convention
                April 27, 2011
                                              Registration
                                              You will save money if you register for MML's convention by Monday, April 25
                MEDA Forum                    (postmark)... (more)
                April 28, 2011

                Orientation for Municipal     Not Too Late For First-Time Attendee Discount
                Officials - Allegany,         Although convention registration fees increase beginning April 26, the $100 first-time
                Garrett & Washington          attendee discount remains good through final registration - that's $419 to attend the
                May 18, 2011                  full conference and $289 for one day... (more)


                MML Annual Convention         Convention Volunteers Needed - Respond by May 1
                June 26-29, 2011              Would you be willing to contribute a few hours during MML's convention to help with
                                              registration, or monitoring a general session or workshop?... (more)
                Orientation for Municipal
                Officials - MML Annual        MML Convention Hotel Reservations
                Convention                    MML made arrangements for blocs of rooms at reduced rates at nine hotels (Clarion,
                June 27, 2011                 Grand Hotel, Hilton Suites, Holiday Inn Suites, Holiday Inn Oceanfront, Princess
                                              Bayside, Princess Royale, Quality Inn Oceanfront, and Quality Inn & Suites
                 DEADLINES:                   Beachfront)... (more)

                Proposed amendments to        In Memoriam Request
                the MML Bylaws and
                                              As we prepare for our annual convention at this time of year, we also reflect back on
                Policy Statement Due
                                              the memory of those whom we have lost... (more)
                April 25, 2011

                Municipal Main Street
                                              MML's Municipal Officials Hall of Fame
                                              The Maryland Municipal League's Hall of Fame honors current and former municipal
                Deadline
                                              officials who have served 20 years or more as municipal elected officials... (more)
                May 1, 2011

                MML Convention Hotel          If You're Not On the List, You'll Miss the Parade!
                Discount Reservation          The parade of city and town flags will again be an exciting part of the opening general
                Deadline                      session of MML's convention on Monday, June 27... (more)




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                May 25, 2011
                                        Legislative Interim Activities
                Banner City Forms Due   During the interim, the MML legislative team will likely be working closely with the
                May 25, 2011            Sustainable Growth Commission, which spun off five workgroups to study issues
                                        related to future growth in Maryland more closely... (more)
                2011-2012 Legislative
                Action Requests Due     Updated "Restoring State Shared Revenues" Documents on MML
                July 8, 2011
                                        website
                                        Just because the General Assembly session has concluded for the year does not mean
                                        that MML is not already planning next year's legislative strategy to recover additional
                                        municipal Highway User Revenues (HURs) in the FY 2013 State budget... (more)


                                        Bill Signing Dates Announced
                                        In addition to the first bill signing date, which was Tuesday, April 12, two additional
                                        dates have been announced for the signing of bills enacted during the 2011 General
                                        Assembly session... (more)


                                        2012 Legislative Action Requests May Now be Submitted to MML
                                        Believe it or not, it's time to start thinking about the League's 2012 legislative priority
                                        legislation... (more)


                                        Cecil/Harford OMO - April 27, 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
                                        The Cecil/Harford Orientation for Municipal Officials will be held Wednesday, April 27 at
                                        the Elkton Public Library 301 Newark Avenue, Elkton, MD from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m... (more)


                                        Final Spring Orientation for Municipal Officials
                                        May 18, 7:00 - 8:30 p.m. Allegany, Garrett & Washington Orientation at Cumberland City
                                        Hall... (more)


                                        Success is a four-letter word: TEAM
                                        It was an exceptional year for the "If I Were Mayor, I Would…" essay contest... (more)


                                        MML Board Nominations
                                        Nominations materials for the MML 2011-2012 Board of Directors were mailed to chief
                                        municipal elected officials and to MML chapter presidents and secretaries early in
                                        March... (more)


                                        Special Annexation Authorization to Expire
                                        Legislation enacted and signed into law in 2009 allows municipalities an easy
                                        annexation process for small parcels (five acres or less) of land on properties that are
                                        partially in a city or town and partially outside... (more)


                                        Bill Will Allow Alternative to Written Meeting Minutes
                                        Legislation (SB644//HB766) passed this session by the Maryland General Assembly will,
                                        when signed into law by the Governor, provide an alternative to written meeting
                                        minutes under the State's Open Meetings Act... (more)


                                        Local Government Law Institute - May 20
                                        It's not too late to register for the State & Local Government Law Institute - May 20,
                                        2011... (more)




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                MEDA Forum - April 28
                "Changing Performance: Shifting Troubled Assets into New Opportunities," on April 28
                will be hosted by TVM Real Estate Solutions and sponsored by the Maryland Economic
                Development Association (MEDA) and NAIOP Maryland... (more)


                Save Money Today on Office Supplies!
                The Maryland Municipal League is strongly endorsing U.S. Communities selection of
                Independent Stationers as its new national office supplier, replacing the previous
                contract with Office Depot... (more)


                Legislative Status Link

                Jobs & Equipment



                   Aberdeen Mayor Michael E. Bennett
                  is New MML President
                Aberdeen Mayor Michael E. Bennett, elected by the membership as
                MML's 2010-2011 President-Elect, assumed the office of President of
                the Maryland Municipal League on April 18. Salisbury City Council Vice
                President Gary Comegys, who was elected in June 2010 as the
                League's President, chose not to seek reelection to the Salisbury City
                Council and thus became ineligible to continue serving as MML
                President when he was no longer an elected municipal official. After
                battling multiple myeloma (cancer of the bone marrow) for over a
                year, Mr. Comegys decided to focus his priorities on his health and
                family and chose to retire from municipal service. We extend thanks to
                Gary Comegys for his many contributions to MML over the years and
                wish him well as he continues to recuperate from his illness. Pursuant
                to MML's Bylaws, Mayor Bennett will serve the remainder of Mr.
                Comegys' term as President and continue as League President for
                2011-2012.

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                   Deadline is Monday, April 25 for
                  Discounted MML Convention Registration
                You will save money if you register for MML's convention by
                Monday, April 25 (postmark). Registration fees and ticket prices
                will increase beginning April 26. MML extended the early registration
                deadline to April 25 because of computer software issues on April 15
                that made it difficult for people to register. MML's convention will be
                held June 26-29, 2011 at the Convention Center in Ocean City.
                Investing in MML's convention will pay dividends to your city/town.
                Convention attendees will have the opportunity to learn from expert
                speakers, meet Maryland's Cabinet Secretaries, visit approximately
                200 exhibit booths, and network with other city and town officials.
                Governing is especially challenging in this difficult economy, and
                convention workshops on economic forecasting, reducing roadway




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                maintenance costs, and evaluating the benefits of in-house vs.
                privatized services are designed to help municipal leaders with these
                challenges. It's easy to register on-line Online Registration, or you can
                use the form on page 17 of the March issue of Municipal Maryland or
                download a registration form at Download Registration Form. Act now to
                take advantage of the lowest fees!

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                   Not Too Late For First-Time Attendee Discount
                Although convention registration fees increase beginning April 26, the
                $100 first-time attendee discount remains good through final
                registration - that's $419 to attend the full conference and $289 for
                one day. However, municipalities with spring elections are encouraged
                to pre-register for incoming officials by Monday, April 25 to get the
                best discount for first-time attendees. For details contact Paula Chase
                Hyman, Manager, Member Relations at 410/268-5514 or
                PaulaH@mdmunicipal.org.

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                   Convention Volunteers Needed -
                  Respond by May 1
                Would you be willing to contribute a few hours during MML's
                convention to help with registration, or monitoring a general session or
                workshop? If so, sign up for MML's Municipal Volunteer Program Online
                MVP Form and become an MVP! You must be a convention registrant or
                their spouse/companion in order to volunteer. Those who volunteer by
                May 1 will be listed in MML's Convention Program.

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                   MML Convention Hotel Reservations
                MML made arrangements for blocs of rooms at reduced rates at nine
                hotels (Clarion, Grand Hotel, Hilton Suites, Holiday Inn Suites, Holiday
                Inn Oceanfront, Princess Bayside, Princess Royale, Quality Inn
                Oceanfront, and Quality Inn & Suites Beachfront). Make your
                reservations now while rooms are still available in MML's hotel blocs.
                Remember to mention that you are with the Maryland Municipal
                League convention when making your reservation so that you will
                receive the reduced room rates. You will find links to these convention
                hotels on MML's website, Hotel Information.

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                   In Memoriam Request
                As we prepare for our annual convention at this time of year, we also
                reflect back on the memory of those whom we have lost. We will
                recognize elected municipal officials who have passed away since June
                of 2010 at the convention as we have done in the past. We are calling




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                upon you, our members, to make sure that all are remembered. Please
                send the name, municipality and position held of those municipal
                officials whom you would like to have recognized to Caitlin Moran at
                caitlinm@mdmunicipal.org.

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                   MML's Municipal Officials Hall of Fame
                The Maryland Municipal League's Hall of Fame honors current and
                former municipal officials who have served 20 years or more as
                municipal elected officials. Inductees will be recognized at the annual
                convention in Ocean City and their names will appear on a special
                plaque displayed at the MML office in Annapolis. The names of the
                inductees will also appear in the 2011 Convention Program if the
                information is received by May 1, 2011.

                Inductees must have completed at least 20 years as an elected
                municipal official by June 30, 2011. This recognition is ongoing. If
                you will complete 20 years of municipal elected service this year, but
                after June 30, 2011, you are eligible to be inducted into the Hall of
                Fame in year 2012. Terms of service need not be consecutive. You
                may download a nomination form from MML's website at Hall of Fame
                or contact Paula Chase Hyman at MML to have a form e-mailed to you.
                A form was also included in the March issue of Municipal Maryland
                magazine.

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                   If You're Not On the List, You'll Miss the Parade!
                The parade of city and town flags will again be an exciting part of the
                opening general session of MML's convention on Monday, June 27.
                Each participating municipality must designate an elected or
                appointed official (no children please) as standard-bearer to present
                their municipal colors. Parade participants are to wear white or khaki
                slacks/skirts, white or blue shirt, and navy blue jacket. Police uniforms
                are also acceptable. A mandatory rehearsal for flag participants will be
                held at 8:30 a.m. on Monday, June 27. If you haven't signed up for
                the parade of flags, please use the following link to send your
                information to MML: Online Flag Parade Form.

                Municipalities currently registered for the flag parade include:
                Barclay, Bel Air, Berlin, Bowie, Cambridge, Centreville,
                Charlestown, Chesapeake Beach, Chesapeake City, Chestertown,
                Chevy Chase Village, College Park, Colmar Manor, Elkton,
                Federalsburg, Forest Heights, Frederick, Fruitland, Galena,
                Glenarden, Greenbelt, Hancock, La Plata, Landover Hills,
                Middletown, Mount Rainier, North Beach, North Brentwood,
                Poolesville, Princess Anne, Rockville, Rosemont, Salisbury,
                Somerset, Taneytown, and Union Bridge.

                Don't miss the parade…register today!




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                   Legislative Interim Activities
                During the interim, the MML legislative team will likely be working
                closely with the Sustainable Growth Commission, which spun off five
                workgroups to study issues related to future growth in Maryland more
                closely. In addition, the Governor issued an Executive Order in
                mid-April to establish the Task Force on Sustainable Growth and
                Wastewater Disposal. The Task Force will work throughout the summer
                and submit a report to the General Assembly on December 1, 2011.

                MML is also a member of the Watershed Implementation Plan (WIP)
                stakeholders group, which is charged with monitoring and guiding
                Maryland's implementation of the Environmental Protection Agency's
                Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) regulations for the Chesapeake Bay.
                A workshop at the upcoming MML convention has been scheduled on
                the TMDL topic and it is likely that subsequent workshops will be
                scheduled during the MML fall conference, scheduled for October
                31-November 2, 2011 at the Hyatt Resort in Cambridge.

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                   Updated "Restoring State Shared Revenues"
                  Documents on MML website
                Just because the General Assembly session has concluded for the year
                does not mean that MML is not already planning next year's legislative
                strategy to recover additional municipal Highway User Revenues
                (HURs) in the FY 2013 State budget. Be sure to check MML's website
                regularly to monitor the League's activities and to also access tools
                that can be used by your city or town to further our cause during the
                legislative interim. Click on www.mdmunicipal.org/about/strongcities.cfm
                to follow MML's public relations campaign and access tools that you
                can use when you talk with your elected State leaders about the need
                to continue the restoration of municipal HURs next year.

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                   Bill Signing Dates Announced
                In addition to the first bill signing date, which was Tuesday, April 12,
                two additional dates have been announced for the signing of bills
                enacted during the 2011 General Assembly session. The next bill
                signing will be held on Tuesday, May 10 and the last bill signing will
                be held on Thursday, May 26. A list of bills to be signed can be found
                the day prior to the scheduled bill signing date by going to:
                www.gov.state.md.us/.

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                   2012 Legislative Action Requests May Now
                  be Submitted to MML



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                Believe it or not, it's time to start thinking about the League's 2012
                legislative priority legislation. Legislative requests for the 2012
                legislative session may now be submitted to MML for consideration by
                MML's 2011-2012 Legislative Committee. According to MML Legislative
                Committee guidelines, member municipalities, chapters, and
                departments may submit up to three legislative requests for
                consideration as MML priority initiatives. The deadline for submission is
                July 8, 2011. Legislative Action Request (LAR) forms must be
                completed, approved by the jurisdiction's governing body, and then
                returned to MML by e-mail to JimP@mdmunicipal.org or by regular mail
                to MML's office. LAR forms may be found on the MML website by
                clicking on Legislative Action Request. If you have any questions, please
                contact Candace Donoho or Jim Peck at MML headquarters.

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                   Cecil/Harford OMO - April 27, 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
                The Cecil/Harford Orientation for Municipal Officials will be held
                Wednesday, April 27 at the Elkton Public Library 301 Newark Avenue,
                Elkton, MD from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. If you're enrolled in the Academy
                and have not yet received elective credit for the Understanding Your
                Charter course, please feel free to attend the OMO. There is no cost
                and credit will be given. To RSVP, contact Paula Chase Hyman,
                Manager, Member Relations at 410/268-5514 or
                PaulaH@mdmunicipal.org.

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                   Final Spring Orientation for Municipal Officials
                May 18, 7:00 - 8:30 p.m. Allegany, Garrett & Washington Orientation
                at Cumberland City Hall. Academy Elective: Ethics, Presented by Ernie
                Crofoot, Esq. (This OMO will take place after the Allegany/Garrett
                Chapter Meeting and dinner). To RSVP, contact Paula Chase Hyman,
                Manager, Member Relations at 410/268-5514 or
                PaulaH@mdmunicipal.org.

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                   Success is a four-letter word: TEAM
                It was an exceptional year for the "If I Were Mayor, I Would…" essay
                contest. We received 2,685 essays and every MML district was
                represented, thanks in large part to the entire membership pulling
                together. The essay contest remains one of MML's most popular tools
                to make the state's youngest citizenry aware of what their local
                government does and how it works. The names of the district winners
                will be announced soon, but in the meantime, special thanks to:

                        Mayors and Council members who visited Maryland's 4th grade
                        classrooms (some doing multiple visits) to promote the contest
                        and educate Maryland's fourth-graders about municipal
                        government and the role of the Mayor.




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                        Administrators, Managers and Clerks who encouraged and
                        scheduled their officials for school visits and in some cases
                        accompanied them.
                        The Mayors who served as judges to select their district's
                        winner.
                        Members of the Communications Committee and others who
                        served as essay readers, culling 2,685 essays down to the top 5
                        per district.

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                   MML Board Nominations
                Nominations materials for the MML 2011-2012 Board of Directors were
                mailed to chief municipal elected officials and to MML chapter
                presidents and secretaries early in March. The following nominations
                for MML's 2011-2012 Board of Directors have been received at the
                League office:

                President - Elect
                Judith F. "J" Davis, Mayor, Greenbelt

                District 1 Vice President
                Carl L. Anderton, Commissioner, Delmar
                District 2 Vice President
                Michael W. Brady, Commission President, St. Michaels
                District 7 Vice President
                Spencer R. Schlosnagle, Mayor, Friendsville
                District 8 Vice President
                Howard W. Long, Assistant Mayor, Boonsboro
                District 10 Vice President
                James L. Eberhardt, Mayor, Perryville

                Members-at-Large (10 seats)
                Fred H. Cullum, Councilman, Havre de Grace
                Mabel Mumford-Pautz, Councilmember, Chestertown
                Kevin R. Utz, Mayor, Westminster
                Bruce A. Wahl, Mayor, Chesapeake Beach
                Karen Lewis Young, Alderman, Frederick

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                   Special Annexation Authorization to Expire
                Legislation enacted and signed into law in 2009 allows municipalities
                an easy annexation process for small parcels (five acres or less) of
                land on properties that are partially in a city or town and partially
                outside. Such properties may currently be annexed without the need
                for consent of the residents and property owners in an area to be
                annexed and without the normal right to petition an annexation to
                referendum. Total acreage of properties annexed under this special
                provision may not exceed 25 acres and property zoned for agricultural
                use may not be annexed under this special provision.




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                Authority to annex properties using this provision of law will expire
                after September 30, 2011. If questions arise regarding this
                limited-time authorization, please contact Jim Peck or Tom Reynolds
                at the League office via e-mail at JimP@mdmunicipal.org or
                TomR@mdmunicipal.org or by telephone at 410/268-5514.

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                   Bill Will Allow Alternative to
                  Written Meeting Minutes
                Legislation (SB644//HB766) passed this session by the Maryland
                General Assembly will, when signed into law by the Governor, provide
                an alternative to written meeting minutes under the State's Open
                Meetings Act. The bill obviates the need for written meeting minutes
                for open sessions when (1) live and archived video or audio streaming
                of an open session is available or (2) the affected public body votes on
                legislation and the individual votes of each member of the public body
                who participates in the voting are posted promptly on the internet.
                The legislation is scheduled to take effect June 1, 2011.

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                   Local Government Law Institute - May 20
                It's not too late to register for the State & Local Government Law
                Institute - May 20, 2011. The MSBA Section of State and Local
                Government Law in partnership with IMLA will be bringing some of the
                hottest state and local government law issues up for discussion at its
                annual institute. This year the Honorable Robert A. Zarnoch will
                discuss the new Administrative Mandamus rules. A panel of experts
                will talk about redistricting - what you need to know and what not
                knowing can mean to you. Speakers will present an appellate
                round-up featuring cases from the Supreme Court, Maryland and the
                4th Circuit that affect state and local government law and practice.
                Another hot topic on the agenda is compliance with the Public
                Information Act.

                Price of admission: $30 for Section and IMLA members, $40 to join
                the Section and attend the program, $50 for non-members. But don't
                wait - after May 13 each of those rates go up by $25. Breakfast and
                lunch are included. The program can be viewed at
                www.mdmunicipal.org/documents/msba.pdf To register follow this link:
                http://tinyurl.com/47a9cku

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                   MEDA Forum - April 28
                "Changing Performance: Shifting Troubled Assets into New
                Opportunities," on April 28 will be hosted by TVM Real Estate
                Solutions and sponsored by the Maryland Economic Development
                Association (MEDA) and NAIOP Maryland. This event will address the




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                dangers of ignoring underperforming assets and the impact on a
                community, as well as how underutilized property is affecting the
                bottom line. The morning forum will also take a detailed look at a
                successful conversion of a once ignored and troubled property in
                Cambridge, Maryland. Keynote speakers include Steve Bareford,
                Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond and Anirban Basu, regional
                economist and CEO of Sage Policy Group. Registration opens at 7 a.m.
                The program begins at 8 a.m. and will be followed by lunch with some
                of the panelists and speakers. The forum will take place at the Westin
                Annapolis. Cost: $50 for conference only; $75 for conference and
                lunch.

                For more information and a complete list of the panelists, go to
                www.tvmres.com

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                   Save Money Today on Office Supplies!
                The Maryland Municipal League is strongly endorsing U.S.
                Communities selection of Independent Stationers as its new national
                office supplier, replacing the previous contract with Office Depot.
                Thousands of local governments have already started saving by
                implementing this new office supplies contract.

                To learn more about Independent Stationers, visit
                http://uscommunities.isgroup.org or call 877/872-8599. To request a
                comprehensive price comparison with your existing office supplier go
                to www.uscommunities.org/isg/.

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                   Jobs and Equipment
                Seat Pleasant - Economic Development Coordinator
                Seat Pleasant, MD is seeking an economic development coordinator on
                a contractual basis for FY 2012. The successful candidate will be
                responsible for developing the City's urban renewal and master plans;
                strategies and relationships to attract private sector investments;
                coordinating, directing and supervising the economic development
                goals and objectives of the City Council. Please submit your cover
                letter and resume to Lauren Hayes, Human Resources Officer, City of
                Seat Pleasant, 6301 Addison Road, Seat Pleasant, MD 20743-2125.

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                Prince George's County Memorial Library - Driver
                The Prince George's County Memorial Library System is searching for a
                Driver to assist with loading, sorting and unloading various materials
                on a route throughout Prince George's County. If you have at least two
                (2) years of commercial driving experience, are responsible and
                possess great customer service skills, this is the ideal job for you!




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                Location: Administrative Offices, 6532 Adelphi Road, Hyattsville, MD.
                Requires travel throughout Prince George's County in a commercial
                library vehicle. Full-time (40 hours/week) Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. -
                4:30 p.m. Please note that the days and hours are not negotiable.
                Salary is $27,464 and a generous benefits package. For more
                information and to apply: download an application from the
                Employment section of our website, www.pgcmls.info, request an
                application by calling our Human Resources office at 301/699-3500,
                ext. 229 or send an e-mail to hr@pgcmls.info. Be sure to include your
                name and complete mailing address.

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                St. Mary's County - Code Coordinator
                Oversees inspections and enforces zoning ordinance; building code;
                subdivision regulations; stormwater ordinance, sediment control
                ordinance, Chesapeake Bay Critical Areas Ordinance; responsible for
                training, supervision and evaluation of inspections staff; reviews
                architectural drawings for completeness and compliance with code;
                serves as liaison to contract building inspection agency; responds to
                code-related questions from department staff, other departments, and
                the public; researches and drafts proposed changes to codes;
                performs quality control inspections and facility inspection
                investigations; makes recommendations for corrections; issues
                certificates of use and occupancy; stop work orders, civil citations and
                fines upon referral of code violations. Job qualifications include:
                Associate's degree or equivalent technical training, education, and/or
                experience (Bachelor's degree preferred); Three or more years of
                relevant job related experience; Successful completion of International
                Code Commission exams B-1, B-2 and B-3 within one year of hire.
                Closing date is May 25, 2011. Salary range is $46,134 - $59,259
                (Based on experience) plus excellent fringe benefits. Please refer to
                our website at www.stmarysmd.com for a detailed job description. 2008
                application & job descriptions are available from: Department of
                Human Resources, Governmental Center (Potomac Building),
                Leonardtown, MD 20650. E-mail: smchr@stmarysmd.com. Phone
                301/475-4200 ext. 1100. Jobs Line 301/475-4200 ext. 1109. Fax
                301/475-4082. Selectee must pass drug screening test and
                background investigation. Applications due in HR Department on or
                before closing date regardless of postmark date. Resumes without a
                County application will not be considered. EOE.

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                MML's eBulletin provides an excellent means for advertising these positions at no charge. If you
                would like to advertise a job opening, e-mail your ad, 250 words or less, text only, word doc to
                SteveL@mdmunicipal.org.
                MML reserves the right to modify ad copy as necessary. The ad deadline for the next eBulletin
                is 12 noon, May 6, 2011.



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