(3 seats) These candidates are unopposed Tyras S. Athey (D)
Requested information not received from candidate. Patrick C. Scannello (D) 114 Vernon Ave., Glen Burnie Age: 54
Owner and manager, Wine and Spirit Shop; member, Maryland House of Delegates, 1978-present; member, Holy Trinity Church, Knights of Columbus Council 3413, North Glen Community Association, Moose Lodge 1456 and Elks Lodge 2266.
Requested issue answer not received from candidate Victor A. Sulin (D) 85 Burns Crossing Rd., Severn Age: 48
Glen Burnie urban renewal administrator, Anne Arundel County; former deputy county solicitor, Anne Arundel County; administrative assistant to the county executive for Drug and Alcohol Program, Commission for Women; county executive's criminal justice coordinator, developed Sexual Offense Crisis Center, Public Service Work Program; assistant state's attorney; USAF, Vietnam, one year; lieutenant colonel, USAF Reserves; past vice president, Glen Burnie Improvement Association; past vice president, Sawmill Creek Association; owner and manager, Sulin's Swim Club, 1969-74; graduate, University of Baltimore Law School, 1972; businessman, practicing local lawyer; two children.
A. My primary function will be to address the needs and issues of the constituents of District 32. Their needs should always come first. When District 32 needs conflict with statewide interests or when it is apparent that District 32 needs would not be addressed without consideration of statewide interests, an examination of the issues would be required to assure state and district issues are addressed in the best possible manner. Compromise should remain open as an alternative to conflicting viewpoints or issues. Baltimore Washington International Airport (BWI) is such an issue. My position is to limit BWI's activities wherever possible when it comes to noise control and property values. However, District 32 citizens should understand that BWI is also a positive economic force within our community. Therefore, a balance must be reached that addresses the noise and property concerns while not impacting adversely on the economic health of the airport and the needs of the rest of the state.