Appointed by Governor: Rev. Clark S. Aist, Ph.D.; Richard S. Alper, Esq.; Clinton S. Bradley III; William H. Davis, Sr.; Katharina E. DeHaas; Pamela Metz Kasemeyer, Esq.; Melvin L. Kelly; Torrence E. Lewis; Edwin G. Richards; Loretta Coleman Walls; Robert Willey; Donato M. (Dan) Williams.
Appointed by Senate President: Roy P. Dyson
Appointed by House Speaker: Kenneth D. Schisler
Representative of Maryland Environmental Service: James W. Peck
Representative of Northeast Maryland Waste Disposal Authority: Robin D. Davidov
Ex officio: Richard W. Collins, designee of Secretary of the Environment
Staff: Hilary D. Miller
c/o Waste Management Administration
Dept. of the Environment
2500 Broening Highway
Baltimore, MD 21224
The Governor created the Solid Waste Management Task Force in January 1998 (Executive Order 01.01.1998.03). The Task Force charge was to examine issues relating to solid waste management in Maryland. It evaluated local siting, planning and authorization procedures for solid waste facilities and assessed State procedures, policies, and authority for solid waste permitting. The Task Force considered the merits of exporting or importing solid waste and clarified the responsibilities of local and State governments for solid waste management.
In December 1998, the Task Force submitted its final report to the Governor.
July 18, 2000
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