Village elections for 2023 have concluded.

Check back for 2024 election information!



  • Village board: 4
  • CA board: 0

Save the date:

  • Wednesday, February 15 to Friday, March 3: Candidate applications may be downloaded and submitted electronically to Candidates must submit a statement (max 150 words) with their application.
  • Friday, March 3: Candidate applications and statements due by 12pm. No exceptions.


[Updated 4/25] All candidates with asteriks next to their names are elected in 2023.

[Updated 3/21] This year, there are four open seats up for a vote on the Town Center Village Board, and the village received four candidate nominations. Since it’s an uncontested race, there won’t be an election in 2023. You can still stay involved in your community by visiting the Town Center Community Association website and subscribing to the e-newsletter for the latest updates.


  • Village board (4 open seats)
    • Collin Sullivan*
    • Lynn Foehrkolb*
    • Joel Broida*
    • Dean Dworkin*
  • The Town Center representative on the CA Board of Directors is not up for election this year. 

Who can vote:

  • Owners or renters in compliance with Town Center covenants.
  • Only one vote is permitted for each property.
  • Renters/Tenants must have a lease on file with the Association by April 20 in order to vote.
  • In-person voters must show a valid driver’s license or utility bill or rental lease agreement for their condo, townhome or apartment.

How to vote:

  • Eligible voters in Town Center can vote online, in-person or via mail-in absentee ballot.

Have a question about how to run or vote?

Contact Town Center Village Manager Lyn Locke at 410-730-4744 or

For more information, visit the Town Center Residential Community Association website.

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