The Baltimore County Public Schools community shouldn’t expect new board members until after the budget season that wraps up by the end of February, according to the governor’s office. The county board of education has four appointed members whose terms have already expired but are staying on until the governor appoints their replacements. “To avoid making decisions that could disrupt that time-sensitive [budget] process, the Appointments Office and the Board’s Nominating Commission have agreed to hold on new board appointments until after that time,” said Carter Elliott, press secretary for Gov. Wes Moore, in an email on Tuesday.
Gov. Moore to tap new Baltimore County school board members after budget season
February 1, 2023