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Baltimore's city administrator takes leadership position in Northern Virginia

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Shorter became Baltimore's first city administrator after a 2020 charter amendment created the position. Shorter's last day in Baltimore will be Dec. 30, and a search replace him is underway. "I am immensely grateful for the vision Mayor Scott had to create this role," Shorter says.
Published 3 months ago · Baltimore, United States

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Baltimore's city administrator takes leadership position in Northern Virginia

After serving Baltimore City for two years, City Administrator Christopher Shorter is leaving to take a leadership position in Northern Virginia.

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