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Michel Pogge-Weaver (right) was recently offered Carroll’s city manager position. He and his husband, Jonathon, and their 3-year-old daughter, Jane, plan to move to Carroll within the month.
Michel Pogge-Weaver (right) was recently offered Carroll’s city manager position. He and his husband, Jonathon, and their 3-year-old daughter, Jane, plan to move to Carroll within the month.
One is a 39-year-old professional, married with a child. Established.

The other is a high school senior.

They’re both gay.

And both were the target of comments in Carroll this past week, among students and in the City Council chambers, that the leader of a statewide gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender organization described as “troubling” and “damaging.”
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