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Board Fills Open Positions
At a Special Meeting on December 3, the River Hill Board of Directors (RHBOD) appointed Renee DuBois to fill the village’s Columbia Council Representative position. Prior to her appointment to this position, Ms. DuBois served on the association’s Board of Directors since May 2017 and was chairperson of its Development Advisory Committee. She has undergraduate degrees in Urban Planning and Political Science from the University of Maryland College Park and a Master’s in Business Administration from Johns Hopkins University. Ms. DuBois has lived in Columbia for 15 years, has children who have been involved in Columbia’s aquatics community, and utilizes the sport and fitness facilities operated by the Columbia Association. Ms. DuBois was elected to the Columbia Association’s Board of Directors on December 13 and will serve in this capacity through April 2019.
At their regularly scheduled meeting on Monday, December 10, the RHBOD appointed River Hill resident Matthew Levine to fill the position vacated by Ms. DuBois. Mr. Levine has lived in the Pointers Run neighborhood for approximately 12 years and he and his wife have two children. He has significant experience as a staffing director and manager for a pool company. As a business owner and lead software developer, Mr. Levine has managed employees and very large budgets. Residents may know Mr. Levine from the two Facebook groups he manages: Village of River Hill Happenings and Howard County School Support.
Please welcome Ms. DuBois and Mr. Levine to their new roles working on behalf of the community. Feel free to reach out to them directly with your ideas and concerns. Their contact information can be found on page 3 of the January 2019 issue of The Villager.
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