Village expanding its board

THE BALTIMORE SUN

The Kings Contrivance Village Board has expanded the board from five to seven members in response to the large number of candidates applying for the vacancy created by the July resignation of Shayna Van Meter.

One appointee will fill the vacancy, and two additional appointees will fill the new seats, which come up for election in April.

The newly appointed members are George Pangburn of Huntington, Myles Larkin of Macgill's Common and Guy Guzzone of Dickinson.

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