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Chairperson: William Rcilly, Administrator, U.S.
Environmental Protection Agency

William Donald Schaefer, Governor of Maryland;
Robert P. Casey, Governor of Pennsylvania; L.
Douglas Wilder, Governor of Virginia; Sharon
Pratt Dixon, Mayor, District of Columbia; W.
Tayloe Murphy, Jr., Chairperson, Chesapeake Bay

c/o Chesapeake Bay Commission
60 West St.
Annapolis, MD 21401 263-3420

The Chesapeake Executive Council was estab-
lished by the Chesapeake Bay Agreement of 1983
to coordinate the work of restoring and protecting
Chesapeake Bay. In accordance with the 1987
Chesapeake Bay Agreement, the Council continues
as the governing body for these efforts. The parties
to the 1987 Agreement are the State of Maryland;
the Commonwealths of Pennsylvania and Virginia;
the District .of Columbia; the U.S. Environmental
Protection Agency representing the federal govern-
ment; and the Chesapeake Bay Commission.
The Council is comprised of the governors of
Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Virginia; the Mayor of
the District of Columbia; the Administrator of the
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency; and the
Chairperson of the Chesapeake Bay Commission.

Chairperson: Dr. Alvin R. Morris, Pennsylvania

Maryland members appointed by Governor: David A.
C. Carroll, Office of the Governor; Verna E.
Harrison, Dept. of Natural Resources; Robert
Perciasepc, Dept. of the Environment; Rosemary
Roswell, Dept. of Agriculture.

Water Management Division
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Region III
841 Chestnut St. Bidg., 13th Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19107
(215) 597-9410

The Implementation Committee was estab-
lished in 1984 by the Chesapeake Bay Agreement
of 1983. The Committee advises the Chesapeake
Executive Council on implementing the
Chesapeake Bay Program.

The Committee consists of twenty-nine mem-
bers, appointed by the governors of participating
states and the Mayor of the District of Columbia.

Interstate Agencies/577

Chairperson: Gerald 'H.yland,Virffinia

Maryland members appointed by Governor: Sidney
Kramer; Anna Long; J. MaguireMatringly; George
Murphy; J. Anita Srup; Phillip Tilghman.

c/o Board of Supervisors
Mt. Vernon Governmental Center
2511 Parkers Lane
Alexandria, VA 22306 (703) 780-7518

In accordance with the 1987 Chesapeake Bay
Agreement, the Governor appointed the Local
Government Advisory Group on the Chesapeake
Bay Program in April 1988. The Group is to
develop a strategy for local government participa-
tion in the program to restore Chesapeake Bay
The Group has twenty-four members. Maryland,
Pennsylvania, and Virginia are each represented by six
members appointed by their respective governors.
The District of Columbia is represented by six mem-
bers appointed by the Mayor.


Chairperson: Sarah J. Taylor, Ph.D., Maryland

Maryland member appointed by Governor: Sarah J.
Taylor, Ph.D. (Jacob Lima, Ph.D., alternate)

444 N. Capitol St., N.W, Suite 312
Washington, DC 20001 (202) 628-9636

c/o Chesapeake Bay Critical Area Commission
Garrett Place, Suite 320
275 West St.
Annapolis, MD 21401 974-2426

The Coastal States Organization was formed in
1970 by twenty-two member states, including
Maryland. Presently, the Organization consists of
delegates appointed by the governors of thirty coas-
tal states and five territories.
The Organization was created to represent the
state governors in ocean and coastal affairs. It is the
stares' leading advocate nationwide for sound
marine practice and policy. The Organization ex-
presses the states' shared interests and concerns in
interstate and federal marine resource programs
and policies. It helps coastal states exert leadership
in developing and implementing national coastal
policy and resolve national coastal issues without
interfering in odier state objectives. The Organiza-
tion provides a nonpartisan forum for debate, dis-
cussion, and resolution of national coastal issues
and problems. As an information clearinghouse, it
also supplies coastal research and data analysis to
Congress, member states, the media, and the
general public.


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