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council extends terms for acting directors
Days after postponing the votes, Prince George County Council members agreed Feb. 3 to extend terms for nine acting department heads nominated by County Executive Rushern L. Baker III.
Baker (D) has said that many of the appointees for the police and fire chiefs, finance director and six other positions are only serving until he can complete a search for permanent candidates. The temporary posts were approved for four months.
though we understand these are temporary, you play an important role that must be stressed, Chairwoman Ingrid Turner (D Dist. 4) of Bowie told six of the nominees who came to the meeting Feb. 3 in Upper Marlboro. about collaboration as we go through these tough economic times. the county charter, the executive can appoint a department head for 60 days. After that, approval is needed from the County Council to extend their tenure for four months at a time.
A vote Feb. 1 on the extension request was postponed, with the council only saying that it needed information before making its decision. Nominees said they met with individual council members to introduce themselves and answer questions Feb. 2.
just part of government procedure, said acting Police Chief Mark Magaw, who postponed the department weekly meeting with police commanders to attend the session. are the elected leaders of the county. Their support is critical. with Magaw, council members voted to extend contracts for acting Fire Chief Marc S. Bashoor; acting Chief Administrative Officer P. Michael Errico; acting Director of Homeland Security Brian R. Moe; acting Director of Environmental Resources Samuel E. Wynkoop; acting Director of Human Resources Management Stephanye R. Maxwell; acting Director of Management and Budget Thomas Himler; acting Director of Finance Gail D. Francis; and acting Director of Housing and Community Development Betty Hager Francis.
Betty Hager Francis extension was the most controversial for some council members. She did not attend the meeting Feb. 3, and Councilwoman Karen Toles (D Dist. 7) of Suitland complained that Francis failed to respond to her numerous times.
has been unresponsive and unreachable, said Toles, who said she was put on hold for 15 minutes this week when she called for the director. doesn matter how many years of experience she had. We have a government to run. has not returned several requests for comment from The Gazette since her Dec. 6 nomination. Attempts to reach her through the county executive office were unsuccessful.
Since 2009, the county housing department has had to return $2 million in federal grants for failing to spend the money within a required timeline, and came within days of losing $7 million more.
all aware the housing department is in need of reform, said Bradley Frome, Baker deputy chief of staff. rolling up her sleeves and doing the work to make sure the department will be on the right track. End Story area >