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Water and Sewer Authority James L. Wareck Confirmation Resolution of 2001
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Chairman Linda W. Cropp at the request of the Mayor


To confirm the appointment of Mr. James L. Wareck as an alternate to the Water and Sewer Authority Board of Directors.

RESOLVED, BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this resolution may be cited as the "Water and Sewer Authority Board of Directors Alternate Member James L. Wareck Confirmation Resolution of 2001 ".

Sec. 2. The Council of the District of Columbia confirms the appointment of:

Mr. James L. Wareck
2800 Woodley Road, N.W., #136
Washington, D.C. 20008
(Ward 3)

as an alternate member to David J. Bardin on the Board of Directors of the Water and Sewer Authority, established by section 204 of the Water and Sewer Authority Establishment and Department of Public Works Reorganization Act of 1996, effective April 18, 1996 (D.C. Law 11-111; D.C. Official Code §34-2202.04), for a term to end September 12, 2004.

Sec. 3. The Council of the District of Columbia shall transmit a copy of this resolution, upon its adoption, each to the nominee and to the Office of the Mayor.

Sec. 4. This resolution shall take effect immediately.

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2800 Woodley Rd., NW #136
Washington, DC. 20008
(202) 234-5858


EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF MAYOR ANTHONY A. WILLIAMS Washington DC. January 1 1999Present Deputy Director of Intergovernmental Affairs. Responsible for all interactions between the Office of the Mayor and the United States Congress and federal Executive Branch. Coordinate Mayor's environmental agenda.

ANTHONY WILLIAMS FOR MAYOR Washington DC. June 1 1998-November 1998 Campaign Coordinator. Advised the campaign in a senior position from its inception. Responsible for all internal budget decisions, selected voter outreach and components of the field organization.

FRED COWAN FOR COUNTY JUDGE EXECUTIVE Louisville, KY. February 1-May 30 1998 Campaign Manager. Successfully managed $425,000 Democratic Primary. Responsible for all aspects of the campaign. Specialties include budget management, press and field organization.

DAN PAPERMASTER FOR U.S. CONGRESS, Hartford, CT. October 1997-January 1998 Campaign Coordinator. Responsible for all aspects of the campaign. Initiated and supervised the establishment of a campaign team, including the hiring of consultants, press operation, message development and field campaign network.

PARTNERSHIP FOR CONNECTICUT'S CITIES, New Haven, CT. January -August 1997 Director of Economic Development. Researched models of economic development in impoverished areas of the United States and analyzed their viability for importation to Connecticut. Oversaw second phase of development including recruiting firms to Connecticut and drafting business plans for potential local investors.


OFFICE OF STATE SENATOR MARTIN LOONEY, Hartford, CT. January 1993-May 1996 Administrative Assistant. Supervised the operation of the office including constituent relations, press duties, and policy issues. Drafted all written material for office. Served as liaison for the Senator between members of the General Assembly, local elected officials, State Agencies and lobbyists. Represented the Senator at community events and policy meetings.

BILL CURRY FOR GOVERNOR, New Haven County, CT., June-November 1994 3rd Congressional District Director. Coordinated gubernatorial campaign in the 3rd Congressional district.

FRIENDS OF ROSA DELAURO, New Haven, CT. June-November, 1992 Field Organizer. Supervised all field operations in a significant portion of the Congressional District. Acted as a liaison with community and political leaders.

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AGENCY, Saint Louis, Mo. June 1989-July 1990 Special Assistant to the Director. Served as the principle liaison between the agency and the members of the local, state and federal political communities as well as the 171 grass roots neighborhood organizations. Coordinated all press inquiries. Assisted the Director in coordinating and implementing lobbying strategy for passage and implementation of Agency's $30 million annual budget.

DEMOCRATIC SENATE CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE, Washington, D.C. January-June 1989 Project Coordinator, Political Division. Scheduled political consulting firms for a forum for Democratic office holders/seekers. Served as liaison to grass-roots groups for the forum.

U.S. PUBLIC INTEREST RESEARCH GROUP, Washington, D.C. July-December 1988 Field Manager. Supervised all daily fundraising, canvassing and staff training for citizen outreach campaign. Focal issues included the re-authorization of The Clean Air Act and consumer protection issues.


UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT, Storrs, CT. Work toward a Ph.D. in Political Science

COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY, School of International and Public Affairs. New York City. Masters in Public Affairs, May 1992. Concentration in Advanced Management Techniques.

VANDERBILT UNIVERSITY, Nashville, TN. Bachelor of Arts, May 1987. Major in Political Science, Concentration in Economics.


Served as a freelance journalist for Business New Haven, published political op-eds for The New Haven Register, The New Haven Advocate, and The Manchester Journal-Inquirer.

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