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Elected to the CAGTC Board were Darin Chidsey, Chief Operating Officer, Southern California Association of Governments; and Captain John Murray, Chief Executive Officer & Port Director, Port Canaveral Port Authority.
Re-elected to the Coalition Board were: Rick Cameron, Deputy Executive Director, Port of Long Beach; Paul Hubler, Director of Government & Community Relations, Alameda-Corridor East Construction Project of the San Gabriel Valley Council of Governments; Glenn Miles, Executive Director, Kootenai Metropolitan Planning Organization; and Thomas Saunders, Director of Government Affairs, Ports America.
Board member Paul Anderson, Port Director, Port of Tampa Bay, was elected Vice Chairman; Cameron was elected Treasurer; and former Vice Chairman Hubler assumed the chairmanship.
“CAGTC’s leadership and membership continue to provide an important national voice advocating for the freight network’s critical role supporting U.S. economic competitiveness in the global marketplace,” stated CAGTC Chairman Tim Lovain, who has served as CAGTC Chairman since 2016 and will become Immediate Past Chairman. “As we celebrate 18 successful years promoting policy to improve U.S. freight transportation capabilities, I’ve been proud to serve with my fellow Board members and guide the organization during my tenure as Chairman.”
The 17-member Board is tasked with the development of CAGTC policy and is frequently called upon to offer guidance and perspective from their own organizations
This article first appeared on www.railwayage.com
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