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Water Quality-Related Job Postings

Environmental Engineer

JOB ID 24718

District of Columbia Government
District Department of the Environment
Watershed Protection Division
Technical Services Branch

To Apply:  Go to http://dchr.dc.gov; select careers and employment opportunities; search under Job ID. You must apply online.

Brief Description of Duties: 

Serves as an Environmental Engineer in the Technical Services Branch, Watershed Protection Division, Natural Resources Administration, District Department of the Environment (DDOE). The mission of the Watershed Protection Division is to conserve the soil and water resources of the District of Columbia and protect its watersheds from nonpoint source pollution.  The incumbent serves as an entry-level environmental engineer responsible for reviewing erosion and sediment control plans (ESC) and stormwater management plans (SWMP) including detailed engineering standards and specifications, submitted for development of property within the District of Columbia. The incumbent reviews these applications to evaluate if appropriate sediment control measures and stormwater management practices are included and regulatory obligations are met. The incumbent analyzes pertinent data to determine specific performance capacity of sediment control and stormwater management facilities. Data analyzed covers such elements as soil characteristics, topography, land use practices, hydrology, hydraulics, and design elements of best management practices. The incumbent meets with applicants and their agents to review concept plans and subsequent submissions and to advise on compliance questions. This may include site visits during review and construction. Other typical responsibilities will include reviewing of Environmental Impact Screening Forms, Phase 1 and Phase 2 Environmental Site Assessment and geotechnical reports.

This position works closely with the inspection unit of the Watershed Protection Division, all units of the Building Permit Processing Division of the DC Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs (DCRA), the DC Water and Sewer Authority (DC Water), and the DC Department of Transportation (DDOT). The candidate should have strong writing and communication skills, field experience and have a valid driver’s license. The incumbent will participate in training to stay current on the science of best management practices and erosion and sediment control technologies. The preferred candidate will possess a water resources engineering, or related field. An understanding of the design of green infrastructure is a plus.

Ranking Factors for Environmental Engineer CS-111

  1. Knowledge of District and Federal laws, regulations, MS4 permit, and procedures applicable to the District’s stormwater management, erosion and sediment control and floodplain management programs;
  2. Knowledge of hydrology, hydraulics, soil mechanics, theory of structures, strength of materials, stormwater management and erosion and sediment control principles;
  3. Ability to review and interpret erosion and sediment control and stormwater management plans;
  4. Ability to gather, analyze and interpret scientific data, and to present it clearly and concisely in oral, written and graphic forms.
  5. Rudimentary experience with database software and ARCGIS.
  6. Ability to effectively communicate in written and oral formats.


Bethesda Green Executive Director

The ideal candidate for Executive Director will:

  • Have substantive experience in, and knowledge of, the environment and energy fields;
  • Have at least five years' experience managing and motivating a staff of paid and volunteer personnel;
  • Have at least five years' experience in successful fundraising;
  • Possess excellent people and public speaking skills;
  • Entrepreneurial spirit and experience working in/with small businesses
Educational requirements: at least a bachelor's degree, although a master's degree would be preferable. Academic specialization could include (although is not limited to) environmental science; nonprofit management; public policy.

This is a full-time position with benefits, located in Bethesda, Maryland, part of the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area. Compensation is negotiable and will depend upon the candidate. Bethesda Green is an equal opportunity employer and candidates from diverse backgrounds are especially encouraged to apply.

For a detailed job description, visit http://bit.ly/1m42jf8.

Written applications must be received by 5 p.m. eastern time, Wednesday, April 30, 2014 by email at jobs@BethesdaGreen.org or by regular mail at Bethesda Green, Attention: Search Committee, 4825 Cordell Avenue, Suite 200, Bethesda, MD 20814.

For more info, visit www.bethesdagreen.org.


Community Outreach Liaison

The Alice Ferguson Foundation’s Trash Free Potomac Watershed Initiative is a leader in the metropolitan Washington DC region in addressing and studying the issue of litter. The Trash Initiative works to create lasting reduction of litter and waste in the Washington, DC region through public education, advocacy, market-based incentives and strong policy and regulatory efforts. AFF believes in building momentum and creating change by collaborating with local partners to ensure clean land, safe water, and healthy lives for the residents of the Potomac Watershed.

Position Summary
The Community Outreach Liaison will help shape discussion and build momentum in communities to address the issue of litter through AFF’s Regional Litter Prevention Campaign. The incumbent will work directly with local groups, residents, businesses, schools, and community leaders through one-on-one meetings, presentations, tabling events, and other activities. The Community Outreach Liaison will help community members find resources, communicate community needs to local government agencies and elected officials, and identify opportunities for collaboration. The incumbent will also help coordinate the Annual Potomac River Watershed Cleanup, the largest regional cleanup that serves over 14,000 volunteers annually, and the Annual Potomac Watershed Trash Summit conference. The position is full-time with benefits, and will require occasional evenings and weekends. Applicants must have regular access to a reliable vehicle.

Successful candidates will be self-starters with demonstrated volunteer organizing, community outreach, and/or public speaking skills. The ideal candidate will be able to work both independently in the field and as part of a team, as well as be flexible and comfortable working in a fast-paced work environment. Ability to communicate clearly, both verbally and through writing, and strong interpersonal skills are essential. Comfortable working in natural, outdoor settings is a plus. Applicants should have a relevant Bachelor’s Degree in a related field such as environmental science, education, communication, or solid waste management.

A competitive benefits package and salary along with a dynamic and collaborative working environment are among the advantages of working at the Alice Ferguson Foundation. To apply, email cover letter and resume to apply@fergusonfoundation.org.

Deadline to apply: April 21, 2014


Chesapeake Conservation Corps Volunteer

Looking to get job experience in the environmental field? Interested in living and working on the Eastern Shore of Maryland and protecting one of Chesapeake’s major tributaries? The Nanticoke Watershed Alliance is recruiting for an exciting opportunity for people ages 18-25!  The Chesapeake Conservation Corps program is an innovative effort by the Chesapeake Bay Trust to educate and train young environmentalists in preparation for a variety of “green jobs.”  We are looking for a good match for the NWA to host for the CCC year 2014-15.  Please see position description below and forward to any lists or interested individuals.

Position Description: Click here

Position Start Date:    August 26, 2014

To Apply: Application and more information on the Chesapeake Conservation Corps Program is available here. The Nanticoke Watershed Alliance’s Host Application is available here.

For more information about the position or to submit your resume in advance (recommended), contact Lisa Baird at 410-443-8878 or lisabaird@nanticokeriver.org

Applications due by April 18, 2014 at 5:00 pm


Maryland Watershed Restoration Assistant

CBF is looking for a spring temporary Maryland Watershed Restoration Assistant.  This is a great opportunity for anyone who wants a short term (approx. 10 weeks, March – May) opportunity, getting out and assisting with the planning, execution and follow-up at our numerous restoration events around the watershed this spring.

For the complete job announcement and application instructions, please visit www.cbf.org/jobs or contact Kristen Diggs directly.

Kristen Diggs
Associate Director of Human Resources

Chesapeake Bay Foundation
6 Herndon Ave.
Annapolis, MD 21403
443-482-2007 direct
443-482-2022 fax




Resumes are now being accepted for positions in:


The Living Classrooms Foundation is a non-profit educational organization in Baltimore, MD that provides hands-on, interdisciplinary learning programs in challenging environments for students of all ages and backgrounds.

We are currently seeking enthusiastic individuals for the positions of:


These individuals must be interested in joining a team of dedicated professionals to work with youth aboard one of our historic Chesapeake Bay workboats - the pungy schooner LADY MARYLAND, and skipjack SIGSBEE. Programs range in length from one-day trips to ten-day extended land/sea expeditions in the waters of Baltimore, the Chesapeake Bay and its tributaries as well as off the New England coast.

Qualified applicants must possess a strong commitment to the education of all students, be motivated self-starters, function successfully as part of a team, and maintain a desire to work outdoors in a challenging but fun environment. Education/biology background is preferred, but we will train the right people. Drivers license and clean driving record required. This is a physically demanding job that necessitates a certain amount of physical fitness. Lady Maryland mate position requires a 100-ton license.

Positions are seasonal: available March through mid-November 2013

Please send resume and cover letter to:

Lisa Jones
Director, Shipboard Education
Living Classrooms Foundation
802 S. Caroline St.
Baltimore, Md. 21231


Environmental Educator

The James & Anne Robinson Nature Center, under the Howard County Department of Recreation and Parks, is hiring a temporary contingent Environmental Educator. The position will be 37.5 hours/week (Wed - Sun) and will last 6 months. Interested candidates should send completed applications to Katie Peet, kpeet@howardcountymd.gov.

For more information, please see the job announcement HERE. (pdf)


Water Resources Engineer (Engineer III, position number IRC13098)

The Montgomery County Department of Environmental Protection is seeking a Water Resources Engineer (Engineer III, position number IRC13098) to work in a team environment with other engineers, planners, and contractual technical staff managing Capital Improvements Program (CIP) projects that improve the health of Montgomery County's watersheds to comply with the County's Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) permit requirements.

For more information, please visit http://www.montgomerycountymd.gov/ohr/staffing/careers.html


Invasive Species Management Project Coordinator, Middle Patuxent Environmental Area (MPEA)

Howard County Department of Recreation & Parks, Columbia, MD

Position URL: http://www.howardcountymd.gov/MPEA.htm

Position Summary / Purpose of Position:
This position works with MPEA Natural Resource Managers to develop and implement a comprehensive protocol for invasive species inventory and mapping, and ongoing management and monitoring using accepted standards and practices to reduce the negative impact of invasive species while protecting the natural resources of the area.

Position Responsibilities:
Duties include, but are not limited to the following:
- Develops and implements the MPEA Invasive Species Inventory and Mapping Initiative for the MPEA Integrated Pest Management (IPM) plan
- Plans and implements invasive species control efforts utilizing techniques including, but not limited to, spraying, cutting, pulling, and mowing targeted invasive plant species
- Supervises and directs the work of contractors (spraying, mowing, tree removal) out in the field
- Develops and implements monitoring protocols for measuring the effectiveness of invasive species control efforts
- Works with the NRM to update the Invasive Plant Management section of the MPEA Integrated Natural Resource Management Plan
- Provides training and field supervision for Natural Resource Technicians assisting on the Invasive Species Management Project
- Assists with trail system repairs and improvements in the MPEA
- Assists the MPEA Natural Resource Managers with other duties as assigned

Special Qualifications / Skills
Ability to read, understand, and follow complex written and/or oral instructions, and to work independently or as a member of a team. Operate a motor vehicle safely, capable of using a two-way radio and/or cellular phone. Ability to perform heavy labor for prolonged periods of time. Ability to work outdoors under varying conditions of weather. Must possess a valid Maryland Class C driver’s license.

Education / Experience
Bachelors Degree in Biology, Environmental Science, Wildlife Management, Natural Resources Management or other related field preferred. Working knowledge of biological and ecological principles and two years of practical experience. Experience identifying Maryland flora and fauna, and the ability to measure habitat variables is a plus, but training will be provided. Ability to use various computer software programs such as Word, Excel, Access, and Mapinfo. Ability to write routine reports and correspondence. Must attend the required pesticide training and be registered with the MDA.

Salary and Benefit Information:
$18.50 per hour, Part-time Contingent (non-permanent, no benefits)
20-25 hours per week, flexible schedule
Position is grant-funded and runs through June 30, 2014

Application Instructions:
Send resume and cover letter to Cheryl Farfaras at cfarfaras@howardcountymd.gov or at Robinson Nature Center, 6692 Cedar Lane, Columbia, MD 21044

Position Closing Date:
January 24, 2014, or until position is filled

Cheryl Farfaras, Natural Resource Manager, MPEA
Email: cfarfaras@howardcountymd.gov
Phone: 410-313-4726


MDE Stormwater Jobs

MDE in cooperation with the Maryland Center for Environmental Training (MCET) is hiring Natural Resources Planners and Regulatory and Compliance Engineers to support the oversight of Maryland's erosion and sediment control, stormwater management, and municipal separate storm sewer system (MS4) stormwater programs. Please follow the link below and click on "MCET Natural Resource Planner" and "MCET Regulatory and Compliance Engineer" to learn more about these offerings.


Applications will be continually accepted until all of the positions are filled.


Water Quality Manager

Baltimore Harbor WATERKEEPER, a program of not-for-profit Blue Water Baltimore, is hiring a Water Quality Manager to assist with management of water quality monitoring operations and volunteer coordination. The Water Quality Manager will be responsible for managing both staff-based and staff-led volunteer water quality and pollution monitoring studies. The Water Quality Manager will also work closely with the Baltimore Harbor WATERKEEPER to align water quality monitoring and assessment toward policy and legal advocacy initiatives. The Water Quality Manger will be responsible for managing the Adopt-A-Stream program and citizen pollution reporting programming and will report directly to the WATERKEEPER. For more information and to apply: http://www.bluewaterbaltimore.org/wp-content/uploads/WQ_Manager_position2013.pdf



District Department of the Environment
JOB ID 23292

Brief Description of Duties:
This position is located in the District Department of the Environment (DDOE), Natural Resources Administration, Watershed Protection Division, Inspection and Enforcement Branch. The position is classified as a supervisory environmental protection specialist. The incumbent serves as the branch chief of the Inspection and Enforcement Branch managing the day-to-day operation of the branch and providing a high level of technical assistance and direction to environmental engineers, scientists, specialists, and administrative staff. The selected individual plans, prioritizes, supervises, assigns, reviews and participates in the work of staff enforcing federal and District of Columbia (District) environmental laws and regulations, especially in the areas of soil erosion and sediment control and stormwater management. The branch chief develops goals, objectives, policies, and standard operating procedures for the branch; recommends and implements policies and procedures; and monitors work activities to ensure compliance with policies and procedures. The selected individual provides or coordinates staff training, works with staff to correct deficiencies, and implements discipline procedures. The incumbent responds to citizen complaints, including conducting investigations, attending citizen meetings, recommending resolutions, and preparing written reports. The branch chief ensures that the staff maintains accurate documentation and case files on all investigations, inspections, and enforcement actions. The selected individual prepares a variety of written reports, memos, and letters and acts as a liaison to other DDOE branches and divisions and District of Columbia Government agencies to ensure that stormwater management and sediment and erosion control requirements are met. A strong understanding of computers, databases, and automation of procedures is a plus. A driver’s license is required.

Ranking Factors:
-Mastery of the principles, concepts, practices, methods, and techniques related to stormwater management, soil erosion and sediment control, and water pollution control that will enable the incumbent to serve as the supervisor and technical and regulatory expert for the Inspection and Enforcement Branch.
-Knowledge of applicable federal and District environmental legislation, regulations, policies, and procedures, especially in the areas of stormwater management, erosion and sediment control, and water pollution control.
-A strong understanding of the modernization of systems and technologies in order to carry out an effective environmental compliance program.
-Experience managing others in a professional setting.
-Ability to communicate well, both orally and in writing, to a variety of audiences, including local, state, regional, and federal agency officials; technical staff members; community groups; and individuals.

To Apply: Go to http://dchr.dc.gov; select “careers” and “employment opportunities”; then select “advanced search” and search under Job ID. You must apply online.


Rock Creek Conservancy Executive Director

Rock Creek Conservancy seeks a visionary leader with strong management skills to serve as executive director. This is an exceptional opportunity for a person committed to the protection and promotion of Rock Creek as a natural treasure and community resource. The 125th anniversary of Rock Creek Park in 2015 provides a unique leadership opportunity to mobilize partners, raise awareness, and secure financial support for the park and Rock Creek Conservancy.

See the full job description at www.rockcreekconservancy.org/index.php/who-we-are/employment

To apply, please e-mail:

  1. cover letter that explains why you're interested and qualified,
  2. resume that conveys your leadership and management accomplishments, and
  3. three-year salary history (which will be held in strict confidence)
to the search committee at EDsearch@rockcreekconservancy.org. Attached files in Microsoft Word or PDF only.

Applications will be accepted until this position is filled; all applications will be treated confidentially and acknowledged promptly. No phone calls, please.


Education Program Coordinator

The Annapolis Maritime Museum educates youth and adults about the Annapolis area's rich maritime heritage and the ecology of the Chesapeake Bay through programs, exhibits and community events. The Museum´s Education Program is recognized for its innovative curriculum; educating more than 3000 public and private school children and adults annually in science and social studies using Chesapeake Bay heritage and ecology as an integrating educational context.

The Education Program Coordinator is responsible for assisting with and developing multiple programs for learners ranging from pre-K to adult. Much of the Museum´s curriculum is aligned with Anne Arundel County public and private schools and supports Maryland´s Environmental Literacy Initiative.
This is a full-time position. The education program coordinator reports to the Director of Education.

A Successful candidate will have the following skills or qualifications:
  • An undergraduate degree in Biology, Ecology, Museum Studies or related field
  • At least 2 years´ experience educating in a field or outdoor setting is strongly desired
  • Experience in curriculum development and delivery of educational programs
  • Experience developing and managing volunteers
  • Basic computer skills (Power Point, Word, and Excel)
  • Grant writing skills are desired
Job Responsibilities:
Education Programs:
  • Manage scheduling for education programs
  • Deliver and implement education programs
  • Coordinate staffing assignments for education programs (volunteers and paid staff)
  • Delegate programming responsibilities to volunteers, interns and school staff prior to and during education programs
  • Assist in the promotion of and recruitment for Museum programs
  • Assist in design and evaluation of school, adult and public education programming
Volunteers and Interns:
  • Manage, schedule and correspond with volunteers for all Museum programs
  • Recruit new volunteers
  • Coordinate and implement volunteer trainings
  • Track volunteers numbers and hours
  • Manage application process for Chesapeake Conservation Corps volunteer
  • Coordinate high school internship program
  • Manage volunteer blog and e-blasts

Please send letter of interest, your resume, and three references to:

jfalk@amaritime.org (Submitting via email preferred), or via mail:
Annapolis Maritime Museum
Attn: Education Director /Education Program Coordinator Position
PO Box 3088
Annapolis MD 21403

To learn more about the museum: www.amaritime.org


Fall Watershed Restoration Assistant

Chesapeake Bay Foundation

The Chesapeake Bay Foundation is currently recruiting for a Fall Watershed Restoration Assistant in their Annapolis headquarters.

The Restoration Assistant will be responsible for pre-event preparation and post-event organization and data entry for several large-scale restoration projects and events throughout the watershed during the fall months. The complete job description is listed on the Jobs page of www.cbf.org.

Please email the address below if you have any questions.



Engineering/Water Resources Position Available - AKRF, Inc.

Hanover, MD

AKRF, Inc. is a multidisciplinary consulting firm specializing in environmental, planning, and engineering services. Founded in 1981, AKRF brings together the talents of approximately 200 scientists, planners, engineers, cultural resource specialists, historians and other technical staff from five locations, including New Jersey (Mt. Laurel), Maryland (Baltimore metropolitan area), and New York (New York City, White Plains, and Long Island), to handle a wide variety of projects for public agencies, private clients, and municipalities, and to deliver solutions to environmental problems with substantial, measurable value.

AKRF’s Hanover, Maryland office is seeking an energetic, entrepreneurial full-time Water Resources Professional with 10+ years of experience to lead the expansion of a growing water resources practice in the Baltimore/Washington D.C. metropolitan region. The ideal candidate will have a strong interest in, aptitude for, and prior experience with planning and designing ecologically-based stream restoration or green stormwater infrastructure projects in urban settings and familiarity with Maryland, Washington D.C., and Virginia stormwater, NPDES, and MS4 regulations and TMDL programs. Building on AKRF’s strong body of existing water resources work in the mid-Atlantic region, the candidate will play a key role in expanding AKRF’s water resources market position in the Baltimore and Washington D.C. metropolitan area and will be expected to identify and develop new clients, generate significant new revenue, and build appropriate staff and technical capabilities to support new work. As such, prior proven business development experience is a must. The candidate should be prepared to discuss specific business development opportunities with specific clients of interest. Prior work experience and well developed client relationships with public water resources management agencies in the Baltimore/Washington D.C. region is strongly preferred.

In addition to business development credentials, specific experience in more than one of the following areas is required: stream restoration/natural channel design, stormwater BMP/green infrastructure design, hydrologic and hydraulic modeling, ecological landscape design, fluvial geomorphic analysis/assessment, and wetland restoration design. A Maryland P.E. or Master’s degree in Environmental Engineering, Civil Engineering, Landscape Architecture, Environmental Science, Water Resources Science/Engineering or related field is required. Prior experience with applications such as AutoCAD Civil 3D, SWMM, Hydro-CAD, and HEC-RAS is desired. The successful candidate should be motivated and hard-working, have excellent oral and written communication skills, and be able to work well independently and as part of a team.

AKRF offers excellent benefits in a casual, friendly, but hard-working environment with great opportunities for individual growth, and is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

For consideration for this position, please email resume and cover letter to sszalay@akrf.com. Please include “Engineer Position - MD” in the subject line. We look forward to hearing from you.


Parks & People Foundation Part-time Lead and Assistant Environmental Educator Position Openings

Parks & People Foundation is seeking experienced and enthusiastic Lead and Assistant Environmental Educators for their after-school, grades K-8 Environmental Education (EE) programs for Baltimore City youth.

Parks and People EE after-school programs are designed to improve academic skills in math, science, and literacy while also providing meaningful experiences in nature and exposure to green careers. EE programs are place-based and immerse students in the discovery of watersheds and urban ecosystems through hands-on interactive activities, field investigations, and creative art projects. Students learn about environmental literacy topics related to water quality, soils, biodiversity, air quality, natural resources, urban food gardening, health and nutrition. The programs also feature service learning opportunities where students engage in restoration and community outreach projects that encourage students to become environmental stewards in their own communities. To learn more about Parks & People EE, please visit our website

For full job descriptions, please see these two documents:

Robinson Nature Center hiring temporary environmental educator

The James & Anne Robinson Nature Center, under the Howard County Department of Recreation and Parks, is hiring a temporary contingent Environmental Educator. The position will be 38 hours/week (Wed - Sun) and will last 6 months. Interested candidates should send completed applications to Katie Peet, kpeet@howardcountymd.gov.

More information

Job Opening at CVI

Spring is finally here in Canaan Valley. It's that time of year where our snow finally fades and signs of new growth are everywhere. This spring, CVI is growing too! If you, or someone you know, is interested in joining our team, please see our newly posted opening at http://www.canaanvi.org/CVI/employment.html.

Canaan Valley Institute (CVI) is currently seeking applicants for the position of Stream Restoration Specialist to plan, design, and implement grant-funded and fee-based restoration projects. We are looking for an ecologically-minded professional with experience in natural stream and wetland design to lead and support projects as part of a small, fast-paced, and dynamic team. Project goals may include mitigation, habitat enhancement, stream bank stabilization, sediment load reduction, and water quality improvement. This work often involves close cooperation with project partners, agencies, and landowners; field work in remote locations; and budget constraints and deadlines. The position may be based in Davis, WV or another suitable location with regular travel to Davis, and will require significant travel throughout the Mid-Atlantic Highlands region.

Watershed Scientist

Versar’s Environmental Services Group, Columbia Maryland Office has an immediate opening available for an experienced watershed scientist to assist the company in meeting clients’ needs in this expanding business area. Position duties may include any of the following: fieldwork, field team leadership, field equipment management, task management, writing assignments, data compilation, and data quality control. Bachelor’s Degree in Environmental Science (or equivalent) is required.

Position Description:
The successful applicant will be familiar with and be able to meet clients’ needs in several of the following tasks:

  • Storm runoff monitoring
  • Stream geomorphic surveys
  • Stream benthic surveys
  • Stream fish surveys
  • Illicit discharge detection and elimination
  • Upland watershed assessments using Center for Watershed Protection methods

Experience & Skills Needed:

  • Electronic flow monitoring
  • Automated sampling using ISCO equipment
  • Stream velocity measurements using flowmeter and wading rod
  • Fluvial geomorphic assessment (Rosgen or equivalent training is preferred)
  • Benthic sampling using methods comparable to Maryland Biological Stream Survey (MBSS)
  • Fish sampling using backpack electroshocker
  • ArcGIS
  • Microsoft Office
  • Work evenings and weekends as wet weather monitoring conditions warrant
  • Flexibility to work with a variety of staff, projects, and task timelines

Additional information about Versar related to this opportunity may be found at our corporate web site (www.versar.com) and our Mid-Atlantic regional office site (esm.versar.com). Interested candidates should submit a resume through Versar’s corporate web site (www.versar.com) on the “Careers” page, referencing position number 2012-1465. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

Versar, Inc.
9200 Rumsey Road
Columbia, MD 21045-1934

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2014 Board Meeting Schedule

Click on each date for an agenda as they are posted and links to presentations

  • February 10, 2014
    (10:00 AM to 2:00 PM)
    Versar, Inc. Office
    Columbia, MD
  • April 15, 2014
    (10:00 AM to 2:00 PM)
    Tawes State Office Building, Annapolis, MD
  • July 15, 2014
    (10:00 AM to 2:00 PM)
    Location TBA
  • October 21, 2014
    (10:00 AM to 2:00 PM)
    Tawes State Office Building, Annapolis, MD

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