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Residents of Chesterfield re-elect association president PASADENA


Chesterfield residents have re-elected Keith Zichar as president of their community association.

The group's board of directors also recently tapped Bob Adams as vice president, Michelle Fedchak as secretary and Judy Holtzman as treasurer.

Meetings of the board, which oversees enforcement of the community covenants, operation of the community's pools and maintenance of common areas, are open to the public.

Regular meetings are set for 7 p.m. in the Tower Bridge Meeting Room on June 9, July 12, Aug. 11, Sept. 13, Oct. 13, Nov. 8 and Dec. 8.

Among the topics to be discussed in coming months are the possibility of creating a special taxing, or "community benefits," district to allow the association to collect the yearly dues with residents' annual property tax bills.

Informal planning sessions are also planned for May 26, June 21, July 21, Aug. 23, Sept. 29 and Oct. 25.

Neall appoints advisory panel member

County Executive Robert R. Neall has appointed Janice Hayes-Williams of Pasadena to the county's Minority Business Advisory Council.

A graduate of Bowie State University, Ms. Hayes-Williams will serve on the panel through June 1995. The council provides a communication channel between county government and the minority business community.

Ms. Hayes-Williams has 12 years of experience in the administration of business contracts. Her experience includes jobs with World Computer Systems Inc., General Sciences Corp. and the NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center.

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