Ricky Smith, who has headed the Maryland Aviation Administration since the early days of the Hogan administration and co-hosted a fundraiser during the fall for Gov. Wes Moore (D), said Wednesday that he anticipates running the agency for the foreseeable future. “I expect to remain on,” Smith told Maryland Matters during a brief interview, though he declined to say whether he had spoken to the new governor or anyone else in the administration about the job. Two spokesmen for Moore did not immediately respond to requests for comment Wednesday.
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