William Donald Schaefer Tower entrance, 6 St. Paul St., Baltimore, Maryland, June 2007. Photo by Diane F. Evartt.
Appointed by Governor: Sandra E. Connor; George J. Moniodos.
Appointed by Senate President: Angela Bethea-Spearman; Edward Cohen; Dorothy Cunningham; Robert Keith; Annie Williams.
Appointed by House Speaker: Christopher B. Costello; Rodney A. Orange, Ph.D.; Warren Smith; two vacancies.
Appointed by Mayor of Baltimore: Alfred H. Foxx, Jr.; Thomas J. Stosur.
Appointed by County Executive, Baltimore County: Emery J. Hines
Staff: Diane H. Ratcliff
Effective July 1, 2006, the Citizens' Advisory Council for the Baltimore Corridor Transit Study - Red Line was established (Chapters 2 & 3, Acts of 2006 Special Session). The Advisory Council is to advise the Maryland Transit Administrator on all major policy issues involving the Baltimore Corridor Transit Study - Red Line. The Red Line is a proposed ten-mile rapid transit line for the Baltimore metropolitan region which is to improve the public transportation system, serve the needs of local communities, and foster economic development.
The Council consists of seventeen members and may include business owners, residents, and others affected by the proposed Red Line. Two members are appointed by the Governor; five each by the Senate President and House Speaker; two by the Mayor of Baltimore to represent the City's Department of Planning and Department of Transportation; and one by the Baltimore County Executive. Members serve until the initial phase of passenger service begins, or until project funds are otherwise expended.
July 1, 2009
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