Carroll commissioners assign liaisons to various boards and commissions

Now that the 61st Board of Carroll County Commissioners is getting settled, its members have decided on which boards and commissions they will act as liaisons.

Board President Stephen Wantz, R-District 1, will represent the commissioners on the Agriculture Center Board, Farm Museum Board, Baltimore Metropolitan Council, MACo Legislative Committee and Rural Counties Coalition. He will serve as an alternate on the Commission on Aging and the Economic Alliance of Greater Baltimore.


Commissioner Richard Weaver, R-District 2, will serve as liaison to the Agriculture Commission, Board of Education and Veterans Advisory Council.

Dennis Frazier, R-District 3, will act as liaison to Carroll Community College, the Clean Chesapeake Coalition and the Transportation Advisory Council. He will also serve as an alternate on the Planning and Zoning Commission.

New Commissioner Eric Bouchat, R-District 4, will represent the board at the Rural Maryland Council, and serve as an alternate on the Board of Education.

Ed Rothstein, R-District 5, also a newcomer, will serve as liaison to the BWI Partnership, Commission on Aging, Economic Alliance of Greater Baltimore, Fort Meade, Planning and Zoning Commission, and Veterans Advisory Council. He will also serve as an alternate on the MACo Legislative Committee.

In addition to making these determinations, the Board of County Commissioners is seeking Carroll County citizens to fill a variety of openings on Carroll County boards and commissions, according to a county government news release. “Citizen input is critical to the success of local government and Carroll County government needs resident’s skills, enthusiasm and fresh ideas for current openings.”

More information regarding these positions is available online at:

Residents can apply online at: or contact the Boards and Commissions Coordinator by email:, or by phone: 410-386-2043.