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2014-06-19 The Calvert Gazette

2014-06-19 The Calvert Gazette

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The Calvert Gazette newspaper. Serving Calvert County in Maryland. Published by Southern Maryland Publishing. Online presence is provided by Southern Maryland Online.
The Calvert Gazette newspaper. Serving Calvert County in Maryland. Published by Southern Maryland Publishing. Online presence is provided by Southern Maryland Online.

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June 19, 2014 
Photo by Bruno Murialdo 
TO Y  
Thursday, June 19, 2014
The Calvert Gazette 
 Also Inside 
 3 County News8 Crime10 Education12 Feature Story14 Letters15 Business16 Obituaries17 Home Page18 Senior18 Community20 Entertainment21 Library Calendar22 Out & About23 Games23 Classifieds
New Calvert County Public Schools Superintendent Daniel Curry signs his contract at the June 12 Board of Education meeting. Curry will begin his new job on July 1.
On The Cover 
Maestro Jeffrey Silberschlag will perform jazz solos on Friday, June 20 with the Chesapeake Orchestra at St. Mary’s College of Maryland. The free River Concert Series will include Bach and jazz performed by Aretha Franklin’s drummer and others.
Paddleboarding with Potomac SUP and Fitness is fun for everyone, even four leged companions.
Photo by Bruno Murialdo
In the primary guide in the June 12 edition of the Calvert Gazette, Michael A. Jackson and Jacqueline Steele McCall were incorrectly listed as Republican candidates. They are Democratic candidates running for the District 27B House of Delegates seat.
Thursday, June 19, 2014
The Calvert Gazette 
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By Sarah Miller Staff Writer The League of Women Voters held a candidate’s forum on June 11, moderated by Malcolm Funn.“This is a forum, not a debate,” Funn said, adding that every candidate would have a chance to answer every question.Questions were both prepared by League of Women Voters members and ac-cepted from the public during the two-hour forum. Participants in the forum were Board of County Commissioners candidates David Gatton, Ton Hejl, Linda Kelley, Steve Weems, Joe Chenelly, Mike Hart, Gerald Clark, Ben- jamin Krause and Pat Nutter. Topics covered the candidates’ feelings about Plan Maryland, the export project at Dominion Cove Point and whether there should be legislation banning individuals al-ready in an elected position from running for another seat before their term is complete.Some topics spurred more spirited an-swers than others. When talking about run-
ning for ofce while already occupying an
elected position, candidates said it should be
up to the ofcial in question. It may be mor 
-ally questionable, but there shouldn’t be a law dictating who can run and when.When asked about why they wanted to  be on the Board of County Commissioners rather than be contented with being active members of the community, candidates ques-tioned whether the two have to be mutually exclusive. The three sitting BOCC members, Nut-ter, Clark and Weems, said when new mem- bers join the board, they are often enthusiastic
about xing everything only to nd there are
things, like state mandated building regula-tions, that the commissioners have no author-ity over.Kelley agreed with the sitting commis-sioners. A former commissioner herself, Kel-ley has remained active in the community by attending Eagle Scout award ceremonies and  promoting youth. The primary election will be June 24. The general election will be Nov. 4. For more information, visit www.elections.state.md.us.
League of Women Voters forum participants (left to right) – David Gatton, Ton Hejl, Linda Kelley, Steve Weems, Joe Chenelly, Mike Hart, Gerald Clark, Benjamin Krause and Pat Nutter.Early voting for the primary elections started on June 12 and will run through June 19. The primary election will be June 24. Early voting for the general election will be Thursday, Oct. 23 through Thursday, Oct. 30. The general election will be on Nov. 4. Make sure to come out and have your voice heard for the future of the county and the state!
Photo by Sarah Miller Photo by Sarah Miller 

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