Annapolis Environmental Commission

  • COMPOSITION:
    Nine residents who have a demonstrated sincere interest in protection and improvement of the environment. Term - three years. Appointed by the Mayor and confirmed by the Aldermen.
  • CITY CODE: 2.48.330
  • DUTIES:
    To be concerned with the protection and improvement of the natural health and welfare of the environment, the land, waters, noise, and air of the City and environs, and the recycling or the reuse of solid wastes. The Commission shall study the pollution of the land, air and waters and make recommendations to the Mayor, City Council and others, determining the source of these problems, collecting information about solutions to these problems, and educating the public (and individuals or organizations who are the source of particular problems) concerning their relations to the problems and their relation to the solutions.
  • MEETINGS:
    Monthly, First Wednesday, 7:00 p.m., 145 Gorman Street, Third floor conference room 
  • LIAISON:
    Department of Neighborhood and Environmental Programs, (410)-263-7946 - Matt Waters MDWaters@annapolis.gov
Listing of Current Members
MEMBERSHIP APPOINTED REAPPOINTED EXPIRES
Rick Kissel, Vice Chair   
4/25/2011         6/30/2014
Diane Butler 9/14/2009 7/23/2012 6/30/2015
Bill O'Leary 9/26/2011 6/30/2014
Bevin Buchheister
6/23/2014   6/30/2017
Suzanne Pogell 7/25/2008 6/30/2014
Theodore C. Weber 9/14/2009  7/23/2012 6/30/2015
Kurt Riegel, Chair
7/23/2012 6/30/2015
Sari J Kiraly
7/8/2013   
  6/30/2016   
Paul Murphy
6/23/2014   6/30/2017