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PenMar Development board terms to expire

June 13, 2007|by ANDREW SCHOTZ

Six terms on the PenMar Development Corp. board of directors will expire at the end of the month, Chairman George Griffin said Tuesday.

One seat automatically will be open because of term limits. Two other board members have asked not to be reappointed, Griffin said.

The other three board members - Griffin, Phil Ulzheimer and Elizabeth Morgan, superintendent of Washington County Public Schools - said Tuesday that they would like to be reappointed.

Washington County Commissioner William J. Wivell cannot be reappointed because he has served two four-year terms, the maximum allowed, Griffin said.

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Griffin said board members John Hershey III and Ronald Sulchek have asked not to be reappointed.

People interested in serving should apply to the Washington County Commissioners, who appoint board members, Griffin said.

The 15-member PenMar Development Corp. board is in charge of redeveloping the former Fort Ritchie U.S. Army base in Cascade.

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