County Council Accepting Citizen Applications for Appointment to the Maryland State Chesapeake Bay Bridge Reconstruction Advisory Group
Annapolis (June 16, 2020) The Anne Arundel County Council is seeking two Anne Arundel County citizens to appoint to the newly created Chesapeake Bay Bridge Reconstruction Advisory Group (CBBRAG).
CBBRAG is a State advisory group that consists of a variety of State officials and Queen Anne's County and Anne Arundel County citizens. Duties of CBBRAG are, in general, to provide the Maryland Transportation Authority with an independent, citizen-informed perspective on operations at the Chesapeake Bay Bridge, assist in assessing potential concerns about activity relating to the Chesapeake Bay Bridge, assist in educating the general public about activity relating to the Chesapeake Bay Bridge, and provide pertinent input related to traffic and customer service issues. Members are expected to attend meetings and work with others to achieve the goals of CBBRAG.
Interested citizens should visit the County Council Web Site to find the link to the on-line application tool or follow this link https://www.aacounty.org/departments/county-council/chesapeake-bay-bridge-reconstruction-advisory-group/index.html. The application must be completed, and a copy of a resume or CV emailed to JoAnne Gray at [email protected], by 12:00 noon, June 29, 2020 in order to be considered for the appointment. Two Anne Arundel County citizens will be appointed to CBBRAG by resolution of the County Council during their July 6, 2020 meeting.
Any questions regarding the application process should be directed to JoAnne Gray, Administrative Officer to the County Council, 410-222-1401 or emailed to [email protected].