A late high propagandize principal, a Howard University law professor, a supervision executive and a former city assemblyman are among a people who have practical to fill a soon-to-be empty District 5 chair on a Montgomery County Council.
Councilwoman Valerie Ervin (D) is stepping down Jan. 3 to turn executive executive of a Working Families Coalition, a nonprofit advocacy classification formed in New York City.
The deadline to contention applications is Jan. 8.
The legislature skeleton to designate someone to offer out a final 11 months of Ervin’s tenure by Jan. 31.
So far, field to fill a mark are: Jeanette Dixon of Silver Spring, Arthur H. Jackson Jr. of Takoma Park, Howard University law highbrow Harold McDougall and Daniel Wilhelm of Colesville, according to county records.
McDougall’s residence was still being reliable Thursday, legislature clerk Linda Lauer said.
Applicants are compulsory to be residents of District 5 and purebred Democrats.
Dixon served 30 years as a clergyman and executive with Montgomery County Public Schools, including 12 years as principal during Paint Branch High School before timid in July, according to her resume.
She also served in several positions during Benjamin Banneker Middle School, Walter Johnson High School, Wheaton High School, Springbrook High School, While Oak Middle School and Parkland Junior High School.
Jackson has served on Montgomery County’s Cable Compliance Commission and Taxi Cab Advisory Board, and as a assemblyman for Fairmount Heights in Prince George’s County, among other positions.
McDougall has been a law highbrow during a Howard University School of Law given 2000, and also taught during Rutgers Law School, Antioch School of Law in Washington, D.C., CUNY Law School during Queens College in Flushing, N.Y., and during Washington’s Catholic University School of Law.
In 1996-97, he worked as a inhabitant legislative executive for a National Association for a Advancement of Colored People in a association’s Washington, D.C., office.
Wilhelm works during a MITRE Corp. in Annapolis Junction, though pronounced in his minute to a legislature he would renounce that pursuit if allocated to fill Ervin’s seat.
He’s been active in a village given 1979, and is now boss of a Greater Colesville Citizens Association and a former boss of a Montgomery County Civic Federation, according to his resume.