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O'Malley appoints two new members of Baltimore County school board

Gov. Martin O'Malley has appointed two new members to the Baltimore County school board, only days after he told two current members who sought reappointment that they would be leaving the board at the end of June.

Cornelia Bright Gordon, a Towson resident who is the chief attorney for the Legal Aid Bureau in Baltimore City, and Michael J. Collins, who lives in Essex and is chairman of the State Board of Contract Appeals, are taking over positions that will be vacated on July 1 by Earnest Hines, president of the board, and Meg O'Hare.

Both Hines and O'Hare had asked for a second term on the board, but O'Malley's staff informed them this week that they would not be reappointed....

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