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The Calvert County Board of County Commissioners announced Friday that Maureen Frederick has been appointed clerk to the BOCC. Frederick replaces Corinne Cook, who served in the position for seven years.
Frederick’s primary responsibility is to coordinate the commissioners’ agenda, acting as liaison with county department heads and outside agencies to schedule business items and presentations to the board. She will also be responsible for maintaining official records, a press release states.
“I’m excited about the position and my new responsibilities,” Frederick said in the release. “I’m also flattered by the board’s confidence in me. I love what I do for the county and our citizens and look forward to this exciting challenge as I transition to my new position.”
Frederick started working for Calvert County Government as a temporary employee in March 2009. She was hired permanently in the county commissioners’ office in August 2009, according to the release. Before joining county government, Frederick held other administrative positions and also served in the U.S. Army.
Frederick will work under the supervision of county administrator Terry Shannon, who describes Frederick as “awesome.”
“Maureen is a hard-working, dedicated ‘roll up your sleeves and get it done’ employee,” Shannon said in the release. “She always displays a positive, can-do attitude.”
Commissioners’ President Pat Nutter (R) said he is excited to see Frederick get the new position.
“I’ve known and worked with Maureen for several years and have always been impressed with her organizational skills, professionalism and work ethic,” Nutter said in the release. “I’m confident she’ll be an asset to the county and the board of commissioners.”
Frederick was appointed Jan. 3.