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Baltimore County’s deputy admin officer to resign, replaced by former city sanitation regulator, prosecutor

July 13, 2022

Deputy Administrative Officer Drew Vetter is leaving the Baltimore County executive suite, the county announced Tuesday, and it has already found his successor. Rebecca Young is leaving her post as head of the Baltimore City Environmental Control Board, where she supervised 13 staffers with a more than $1.5 million budget, to take the reins from Vetter, whose last day with the county is July 15, according to a news release Young, a Dundalk native, “brings a wealth a management experience and a deep knowledge of public safety issues and challenges to her new role,” County Executive Johnny Olszewski Jr. said in a statement.

Article Source: The Baltimore Banner

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