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New Faces Nominated for Waste Management, LEPC

Aug. 12, 2005 – If the Legislature approves, the Waste Management Authority will have two new faces. Additionally, the Law Enforcement Planning Commission will have two new members and two appointed for an additional term.
Gov. Charles Turnbull appointed St. Croix resident Llewellyn G. Reed Jr. and St. John resident J. Brion Morrisette to the Waste Management Authority.
Reed is an environmental scientist at Hovensa with a bachelor's degree in chemistry. The governor appointed him to a one-year term.
Morrisette is an attorney with a practice on St. John. He is currently a member of the St. John Coastal Zone Management Committee, but he was not renominated. He will fill out the one year and nine months remaining on St. John resident Ken Damon's term. Damon died in December.
Turnbull named two students to four-year terms on the Law Enforcement Planning Commission Advisory Board. They are Ivanna Eudora Kean High School student Kirlin Williams and St. Croix Educational Complex student Debbie Ann Nanton.
Additionally, he reappointed Melody E. Rames and Roderick E. Moorehead Sr. to four-year terms on the commission. Rames is a media and public relations spokesman for the Legislature's minority caucus. Moorehead is an educational consultant.

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