The Inner Arbor Trust Inc., a corporation that manages the development of Symphony Woods, announced this week that Martin Knott will replace Kent Humphries on the corporation's Board of Directors.
Humphries, of Ellicott City, is the senior vice president of contract sales at Sysco Corporation based in Houston, and was previously CEO and president of SYSCO Food Services in Baltimore and Syracuse, N.Y.
According to Inner Arbor President Michael McCall, Humphries resigned on Sept. 17 because of work commitments.
Knott, who is the president of Knott Mechanical in Hunt Valley, is also the chairman of the Board of Directors for the Maryland Economic Development Corporation (MEDCO), which McCall said gives the Trust more clout.
"He's a terrific addition because of his state-wide perspective," McCall said.
Knott released the following statement regarding his appointment:
"Music and culture are at the center of any thriving state. No community knows that better than the Columbia Association and the Inner Arbor Trust, which is taking it to another level with the Inner Arbor Plan."Copyright © 2014, The Baltimore Sun