Appointed by Governor: David L. Corum; William S. Ebare; Frederick W. Fallon, Ph.D.; Jan M. Hollis; Charles Lacey, Jr.; Richard N. Schwab; Michael Williams.
Appointed by Senate President: Michael J. Collins; Jennie M. Forehand.
Appointed by House Speaker: C. Richard D'Amato; one vacancy.
Appointed by Secretary of Business & Economic Development: Timothy G. LaValle
Appointed by Secretary of the Environment: Richard A. Eskin, Ph.D.
Appointed by Secretary of Natural Resources: Mark M. Bundy, Ph.D.
Appointed by Secretary of Transportation: John M. Contestabile; Thomas Hicks.
Appointed by Director, Maryland Energy Administration: Thomas Barranco
Appointed by Chancellor, University System of Maryland: Ronald Brown
Appointed by Maryland Association of Counties: Ann L. Elsen
Appointed by Maryland Municipal League: Ann T. Somerset
Appointed by Executive Director, Illuminating Engineering Society of North America: Charles Oerkvitz
Ex officio: J. Stephen Halperin, Ph.D. Dean, College of Computer, Mathematical, & Physical Sciences, University of Maryland, College Park
Contact: Jerald D. Krasnick
c/o Governmental Affairs, Dept. of General Services
301 West Preston St., Baltimore, MD 21201 - 2305
The Task Force to Study Lighting Efficiency and Light Pollution in Maryland organized in 2001 (Joint Resolution no. 12, Acts of 2001). The Task Force estimated the potential fiscal and energy costs and savings associated with the adoption of lighting practices that minimize inefficient lighting, light pollution, and energy waste while meeting important illumination and safety lighting requirements. The benefits of lighting to the public, and the consequences of light pollution in Maryland also were studied and documented by the Task Force.
In March 2002, the Task Force submitted its final report.
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