[photo, S. G. Samuel Moxley, County Council, Baltimore, Maryland] S. G. SAMUEL MOXLEY
Member, County Council (Democrat), 1994-2010

Member, County Council, Baltimore County, representing Councilmanic District 1, December 1994 to December 6, 2010 (chair, 1998, 2001, 2004, 2007).

Member, Chesapeake Bay Critical Area Commission, 1994-98.

Attended Mount St. Joseph High School; Loyola, B.A. (accounting), 1981; University of Baltimore School of Law, J.D., 1991. Admitted to Maryland Bar, 1991; Federal Bar, 1992. Member, Maryland State Bar Association; Baltimore County Bar Association. Surety bond underwriter, Fidelity & Deposit Companies (former internal auditor; former director of purchasing). Member, Baltimore County Democratic Central Committee, 1982-94 (past treasurer). Board of Directors, Chimes Foundation, Inc., 2003-; Catonsville Heritage Foundation; Western Young Men's Christian Association (YMCA). Member, Patapsco Council, Knights of Columbus. Past member, Catonsville Community College Foundation; St. Agnes Hospital Ethics Committee; Metro Crime Stoppers.

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