September 3, 2010
Governor Martin O’Malley today announced appointments to the Maryland Sustainable Growth Commission. The University of Maryland’s National Center for Smart Growth Director, Gerrit Knaap, PhD, was named an ex officio member of the Commission.
“I am proud to announce the appointments to the Maryland Sustainable Growth Commission,” said Governor O’Malley. “I am confident that the appointees announced to the Sustainable Growth Commission will help leverage Maryland’s position as a national leader in environmental initiatives, while helping Maryland create a sustainable approach to development throughout our State, and building a more sustainable environment for future generations of Marylanders.”
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