Citizens Wanted To Serve On Seafood Reconciliation Committee

The Queen Anne’s County Commissioners are looking for interested citizens to serve on the newly formed Seafood Reconciliation Committee. The committee will meet at least once a year.

The committee’s charge will be to preserve, protect and encourage the development and improvement of seafood industry operations in the county.

The County Commissioners will appoint five members to the committee with two members from the seafood industry, one member from a municipality, one member from the real estate industry and one member not actively engaged in the seafood industry.

A representative from the Maryland’s Watermen’s Association and the Maryland Department of Natural Resources will be appointed by the commissioners and will serve as ex-officio, non-voting members of the committee.

Committee members will initially serve staggered terms and serve four year terms thereafter.

Interested citizens may send a cover letter of interest and a resume no later than September 19, 2008 to:

Seafood Reconciliation Committee
Queen Anne’s County Commissioners Office
107 North Liberty Street
Centreville, MD 21617

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