Terry Rephann was elected to the Council on May 16, 2000. He also
serves and the City Recreational Board, Economic Development Commission,
and Neighborhood Advisory Commission.
in Frostburg, Maryland in 1964, he moved to Cumberland in 1968.
He was educated at Columbia Street Elementary School, Braddock Junior
High School, and Allegany High School. Through the years, he has
lived on the West Side, East Side, and North End of Cumberland (on
Columbia Street, Mechanic Street, Sylvan Avenue, N. Waverly Terrace,
and Windsor Road) and currently resides on Trost Avenue.
Rephann earned his B.A. in mathematics and economics from Frostburg
State University and his M.A. and Ph.D. in economics from West Virginia
University. He is a regional economist with experience in local
economic development policy analysis. He has published in Journal
of the American Planning Association, Journal of Regional
Science, Regional Science and Urban Economics, Economics
of Education Review, Socioeconomic Planning Sciences, International
Regional Science Review, Tourism Economics, Review
of Regional Studies, Environment and Planning, Papers
in Regional Science, Review of Urban and Regional Development
Studies, Urban Studies, and Growth and Change.
Rephann was employed at West Virginia University during the late
1980s and early 1990s as a research associate and research assistant
professor. He currently works at Allegany
College of Maryland as Director of Institutional Research, and
operates a small business.
He can be contacted by e-mail at: email@example.com