DMMP Executive Committee

The Dredged Material Management Program (DMMP) Executive Committee is established in law (Chapter 627, Acts of 2001) to make decisions regarding the management of dredged material in Maryland. Membership is prescribed by the law. The committee is co-chaired by the Secretary of the Department of Transportation and Secretary of the Department of Natural Resources. Meetings are held twice a year and the committee is staffed by the Maryland Port Administration.

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

Membership:

  • Chesapeake Bay Foundation
    Alison Prost
    Maryland Executive Director
  • DMMP Citizens’ Advisory Committee Liaison
    Adam Lindquist
    Waterfront Partnership
  • DMMP Management Committee Liaison
    Dr. Peter Goodwin
    University of Maryland Center for Environmental  Science
  • Maryland Department of Natural Resources
    The Honorable Jeannie Haddaway-Riccio
    Secretary
  • Maryland Department of the Environment
    The Honorable Ben Grumbles
    Secretary
  • Maryland Department of Transportation
    The Honorable Gregory Slater, Secretary​
  • U. S. Army Corps of Engineers
    Colonel John T. Litz
    District Engineer, Baltimore
  • U. S. Army Corps of Engineers
    Lt. Colonel David Park ​
    District Commander, Philadelphia
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Meeting Schedule

2021​

  • TBD

2020

  • June 4 To Be Determined
  • November 13

2019

2018

  • May 2​
  • November 28​ 


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