Hart-Miller Island Citizens Oversight Committee

The Hart-Miller Island (HMI) Citizens Oversight Committee was created by the General Assembly in 1985 and is the oldest standing committee within the Dredged Material Management Program process. Membership is prescribed in law. It advise​s the Maryland Port Administration (MPA) on dredged material placement activities at HMI as well as the monitoring program. Recently, it has been engaged in the development of the closure plan for HMI, which recently ceased dredging placement operations at the end of 2009. The committee meets bi-monthly. Staff support is provided by MPA and the Maryland Environmental Service.  

To contact committee members, send an e-mail to ecoport@marylandports.com or call the Maryland Port Administration at 410-385-4438.


  • Maryland Environmental Trust
  • Baltimore County Waterman’s Association
  • Essex-Middle River Civic Council
    Larry Lee
  • Greater Dundalk Community Council
    David Kenneth Patro Jr.
  • North Point Peninsula Community Coordinating Association
    Francis Taylor
  • Pleasure Boaters
    Craig Doyle
  • Sixth County Council District
    Karen Wynn
  • Seventh County Council District
    Paul Brylske
  • Sports Fishing and Crabbing

State Agency Representatives:

  • MD Department of the Environment
    Matt Rowe
  • MD Department of Natural Resources
    Robert Iman
    Bruce Michael
  • MD Environmental Service
    Lincoln Tracy
    Amanda Peñafiel
  • MD Port Administration
    David Bibo

Meeting Schedule






Meetings held 6:00 pm at:
Pt. Breeze Maritime Center II
2200 Broening Highway
Baltimore, MD 21224
1st Floor Conference Room, unless otherwise noted
(South entrance under canopy, 1st room to the left)


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