Westminster City Administrator Resigns - Marge Wolf Leaves a Legacy of Success after nearly Ten Years in Role
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June 20, 2016 CONTACT: Missie Wilcox 410-456-0397
Westminster City Administrator Resigns
Marge Wolf Leaves a Legacy of Success after nearly Ten Years in Role
Westminster, MD – Marge Wolf, Administrator for the City of Westminster, has tendered her resignation effective July 31, 2016.
Since October 2006, the Baltimore-county native has managed the operations of the City, from Finance and Human Resources to Planning, Housing and Recreation and Parks. During this time, Wolf has transformed the administration of the County’s largest City.
Her accomplishments include:
• A balanced budget, garnering the City the coveted Budget Award from the Government Finance Officers Association for five years running;
• Acquisition of nearly $1 million in grant funding, benefiting nearly every aspect of the City from playgrounds and housing to buildings and community development;
• Oversight of numerous Downtown Westminster façade improvements, including the installation of handicapped ramps for universal access;
• Strong partnerships with local nonprofits, including the Arts Council, Historical Society, Human Services Programs and more;
• Refurbishing of City Hall to restore the building and grounds to its 19th Century grandeur with historical accuracy;
• Celebration of the City’s 250th “Sestercentennial” anniversary;
• Creation of strategic objectives for every department and committee, from housing and marketing to the Historic District and Tree Commission
Prior to her leadership in Westminster, Wolf was the Administrator for the City of Hyattsville and the Borough of Kennett Square and the Deputy Secretary for the Department of Housing & Community Development. “Marge brought a wealth of experience from her previous roles to our City, said Mayor Kevin Utz. “She pioneered this role for us, and she established a standard of excellence that will be hard to follow.”
Wolf will continue to work as Westminster’s City Administrator until July 31.
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