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  Chesapeake Bay Program Citizens Advisory Committee Executive Appointment (Mayor's Order) The purpose of the CAC is to represent residents and stakeholders of the Chesapeake Bay watershed in the restoration effort.   The CAC has been created by the Chesapeake Executive Council. The Council is composed of the Federal EPA Administrator, the Mayor of the District of Columbia and the Governors of Virginia, Pennsylvania, and Maryland or their designees, and the Chairperson of the Chesapeake Bay Commission No 4 0 http://motaboards.theresumator.com/apply/vc2h5Q/Chesapeake-Bay-Program-Citizens-Advisory-Committee-Vacancies-2 Adanna Mbanugo (202) 727-5101 Adanna.Mbanugo@dc.gov
Chesapeake Bay Program Local Government Advisory Committee Executive Appointment (Mayor's Order) The purpose of the LGAC is to assume both a proactive and reactive policy development role in advising the Executive Council on how to most effectively, equitably, and expeditiously implement the projects and other actions required to engage the support of local governments to achieve the goals of the Bay Agreement.  The LGAC is responsible for communicating both with the Executive Council in its advisory capacity, and with local governments throughout the Bay region. The LGAC's goal is to develop and execute strategy to ensure continued local government participation and input in the design, development, and implementation of programs to protect and improve the Chesapeake Bay.   The LGAC has been created by the Chesapeake Bay Executive Council through the 1987 Chesapeake Bay Agreement. The Council is composed of the EPA Administrator, The Mayor of the District of Columbia, the Governors of Virginia, Pennsylvania, and Maryland, and the Chairman of the Chesapeake Bay Commission.  Members are appointed by the Executive Council. Each member should: attend and participate in meetings of the LGAC; be a local elected or appointed official or member of an organization directly representing the interests of local government; have direct involvement and experience with, and a good working knowledge of, local government and environmental issues, particularly those which relate directly to the Chesapeake Bay; be potentially affected by the action of the Chesapeake Bay Program and the Executive Council; and be willing to assume responsibility to communicate with local government officials and their respective jurisdictions to assure that a broad base of local government interests are represented in matters of concern to the LGAC. No 3 0   Adanna Mbanugo (202) 727-5101 Adanna.Mbanugo@dc.gov
Chesapeake Bay Scientific & Technical Advisory Committee Executive Appointment (Mayor's Order) The Committee provides scientific and technical advice to the Chesapeake Bay Program (CBP), and reports annually to the Executive Council and quarterly to the Implementation Committee. 5. Member - Provides independent scientific and technical guidance, and acts as a liaison between home institutions/agencies and the CBP. Members are appointed on the basis of relevant personal knowledge and experience, ability to participate actively in the CBP, and ability to represent their institutions. a. Two Mayoral appointees from the District of Columbia with a term length of four years, and serve until replaced. Mayoral appointees can serve more than one term; b. Two Gubernatorial appointees each from Virginia, Maryland and Pennsylvania with a term length of four years, and serve until replaced. Gubernatorial appointees can serve more than one term; c. One Gubernatorial appointee each from headwater states formally recognized in the CBP with a term length of four years, and serve until replaced. Gubernatorial appointees can serve more than one term; d. Six federal scientists/engineers appointed by the Administrator of EPA Region III, with a term length of four years or until reassigned to a position with unrelated duties whichever occurs first, to be determined by EPA Region III. Federal appointees can serve no more than two consecutive terms (8 years); e. An appropriate number of scientists/engineers selected by STAC and appointed by the Director of the Chesapeake Bay Program, with a term length of four years. At-large appointees can serve no more than two consecutive terms (8 years); 6. Alternate Member - Only Mayoral or Gubernatorial appointees can designate an alternate who may vote only in the absence of the member. An alternate member will be counted in determining a quorum only when the member is not present. The Committee is composed of not more than 38 members drawn from federal and state agencies, universities, research institutions, and private industry, which represent a cross section of individuals with diverse scientific and technical backgrounds and areas of expertise that are important to the CBP. No 2 0   Adanna Mbanugo (202) 727-5101 Adanna.Mbanugo@dc.gov
  Interstate Commission on the Potomac River Basin (ICPRB) Executive Appointment (Mayor's Order) The consent of Congress is hereby given to the States of Maryland and West Virginia and the Commonwealths of Virginia and Pennsylvania and the District of Columbia to adopt and enter into the amended compact set forth in this section to create a Potomac Valley Conservancy District and to establish an Interstate Commission on the Potomac River Basin and every part and article thereof; provided, that nothing contained in such amended compact shall be construed as impairing or in any manner affecting any right or jurisdiction of the United States in and over the region which forms the subject of this compact; and provided further, that the consent herein given does not extend to § (F) (2) of Article II of the amended compact.   : The Interstate Commission on the Potomac River Basin shall consist of three members from each signatory body and three members appointed by the President of the United States. Said Commissioners, other than those appointed by the President, shall be chosen in a manner and for the terms provided by law of the signatory body from which they are appointed and shall serve without compensation from the Commission but shall be paid by the Commission their actual expenses incurred and incident to the performance of their duties. No 6 0 http://motaboards.theresumator.com/apply/G91trY/Interstate-Commission-On-The-Potomac-River-Basin Adanna Mbanugo (202) 727-5101 Adanna.Mbanugo@dc.gov
  Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority Board of Directors (MWAA) Council Confirmed -Pursuant to section 2 (e) (a) The Airports Authority shall be a public body corporate and politic, having the powers and jurisdiction as are conferred upon it jointly by the legislative authority of the Commonwealth of Virginia and the District of Columbia or by either of the jurisdictions and concurred in by the legislative authority of the other jurisdiction, but at a minimum meeting the requirements of this section. (b) The Airports Authority shall be: (1) Independent of the Commonwealth of Virginia and its local governments, the District of Columbia, and the federal government; and (2) A political subdivision constituted solely to operate and improve both Metropolitan Washington Airports as primary airports serving the Metropolitan Washington area. (c) The Airports Authority shall be authorized: (1) To acquire, maintain, improve, operate, protect, and promote the Metropolitan Washington Airports for public purposes; (2) To issue bonds from time to time in its discretion for public purposes, including the purposes of paying all or any part of the cost of airport improvements, construction, and rehabilitation, and the acquisition of real and personal property, including operating equipment for the airports (3) To acquire real and personal property by purchase, lease, transfer, or exchange, and to exercise such powers of eminent domain within the Commonwealth of Virginia as are conferred upon it by the Commonwealth of Virginia; (4) To levy fees or other charges; and (5) To make and maintain agreements with employee organizations to the extent that the Federal Aviation Administration is so authorized on October 30, 1986   1) The Airports Authority shall be governed by a board of directors of 11 members, as follows: (A) Five members shall be appointed by the Governor of Virginia; (B) Three members shall be appointed by the Mayor of the District of Columbia; (C) Two members shall be appointed by the Governor of Maryland; and (D) One member shall be appointed by the President with the advice and consent of the Senate. The Chairman shall be appointed from among the members by majority vote of the members and shall serve until replaced by majority vote of the members. 2) Members shall (A) not hold elective or appointive political office, (B) serve without compensation other than for reasonable expenses incident to board functions, and (C) reside within the Washington Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas, except that the member appointed by the President shall not be required to reside in that area. 3) Members shall be appointed to the board for a term of 6 years, except that of members first appointed: (A) By the Governor of Virginia, 2 shall be appointed for 4 years and 2 shall be appointed for 2 years; (B) By the Mayor of the District of Columbia, 1 shall be appointed for 4 years and 1 shall be appointed for 2 years; and (C) By the Governor of Maryland, 1 shall be appointed for 4 years. 4) A member of the board appointed by the President shall be subject to removal by the President for cause. 5) Seven votes shall be required to approve bond issues and the annual budget. No 3 0   Janae Washington (202) 724-8104 Janae.Washington@dc.gov
  National Capital Planning Commission (NCPC) Executive Appointment (Mayor's Order) The National Capital Planning Commission (hereinafter referred to as the "Commission") is created as the central federal planning agency for the federal government in the National Capital, and to preserve the important historical and natural features thereof, except with respect to the United States Capitol Buildings and Grounds as defined in §§ 10-503.11 and 10-503.26, and to any extension thereof or additions thereto, or to buildings and grounds under the care of the Architect of the Capitol.   The National Capital Planning Commission shall be composed of: (1) Ex officio, the Secretary of the Interior, the Secretary of Defense, the Administrator of the General  Services Administration, the Mayor, the Chairman of the Council of the District of Columbia and the Chairmen of the Committees on the District of Columbia of the Senate and the House of Representatives, or such alternates as each such person may from time to time designate to serve in his stead, and in addition; (2) five citizens with experience in city or regional planning, 3 of whom shall be appointed by the President and 2 of whom shall be appointed by the Mayor. The citizen members appointed by the Mayor shall be bona fide residents of the District of Columbia and of the 3 appointed by the President at least 1 shall be a bona fide resident of Virginia and at least 1 shall be a bona fide resident of Maryland. The terms of office of members appointed by the President shall be for 6 years, except that of the members first appointed, the President shall designate 1 to serve 2 years and 1 to serve 4 years. Members appointed by the Mayor shall serve for 4 years. Yes 2 0   Janae Washington (202) 724-8104 Janae.Washington@dc.gov
  Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority Board of Directors (WMATA) Council Confirmed -Pursuant to section 2 (e) To grant the consent of Congress for the States of Virginia and Maryland and tlie District of Columbia to amend the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Regulation Compact to establish an organization empowered to provide transit facilities in the National Capital Region and for other purposes and to enact said amendment for the District of Columbia.   A person who is appointed to serve on the Board of Directors of the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority ("Board") shall comply with the following requirements: (1)    The person shall not have been an employee of the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority ("WMATA") within one year of appointment to the Board. (2)    The person shall have experience in at least one of the following areas: (A)    Transit planning; (B)    Transportation planning; (C)    Land use planning; (D)    Transit or transportation management or other public-sector management; (E)    Engineering; (F)    Finance; (G)    Public Safety; (H)    Homeland security; (I)    Human resources; (J)    Law; or (K)    Knowledge of the WMATA region's transportation issues. (3)    The person shall be a patron of services provided by the WMATA. No 2 0   Janae Washington (202) 724-8104 Janae.Washington@dc.gov
  Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Commission (WMATC) Executive Appointment (Mayor's Order) The Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Commission (WMATC) was established in 1960 pursuant to the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Regulation Compact, an interstate compact among Maryland, Virginia and the District of Columbia providing for regional regulation of private sector motor carriers transporting passengers for hire in the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit District. The Commission issues operating authority to van and bus operators and some sedan and limousine operators. Carriers holding authority from the Commission must file fixed rates and fares with the Commission and comply with Commission-prescribed insurance, safety and vehicle-marking regulations. The Commission also prescribes rates and charges for transportation by taxicab between one compact signatory and another, where both points are within the Metropolitan District.   :  The Commission is composed of three members, one member appointed by the Governor of Virginia from the Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles, one member appointed by the Governor of Maryland from the Maryland Public Service Commission, and one member appointed by the Mayor of the District of Columbia from a District of Columbia agency with oversight of matters relating to the Commission. No 1 0   Janae Washington (202) 724-8104 Janae.Washington@dc.gov
  Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments Executive Appointment (Mayor's Order) The Board of Directors is COGs governing body and is responsible for its overall policies, functions, and funds. Board members are appointed each year by the participating local governments and by caucuses of state legislative delegations from the region. The COG Board takes action on committee recommendations, discusses current and emerging regional problems, and receives briefings on issues facing the region.     No 7 0   Janae Washington (202) 724-8104 Janae.Washington@dc.gov
  Washington Metrorail Safety Commission Council Confirmed -Pursuant to section 2 (e) Metrorail Safety Commission Interstate Compact is established to provide necessary safety oversight of the rail fixed guideway system operated by the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority, as required by 49 U.S.C. $ 5329. 2 principal and 1 alternate member from the District of Columbia, State of Maryland and Commonwealth of Virginia. Members and Alternate Members shall have backgrounds in transit safety, transportation, relevant engineering disciplines, or public finance.   No Member or Alternate Member shall simultaneously hold an elected public office, serve on the WMATA board of directors, be employed by WMATA, or be a contractor to WMATA. Yes 3 1   Janae Washington (202) 724-8104 Janae.Washington@dc.gov
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