Lead Poisoning Prevention Commission
History, Charge and Term
The Lead Poisoning Prevention Commission was created by statute in 1994 (Chapter 114, Acts of 1994). The Commission studies and collects information on the effectiveness of the Lead Poisoning Prevention Program and current risk reduction treatments in reducing exposure to lead as well as risk and liability issues including availability of insurance. (Environment Article, Secs. 6-801, 6-848)
The Commission consists of nineteen members who serve four-year terms. Seventeen of these, including the chair, are appointed by the Governor. One is a member of the Senate named by the Senate President and one is a delegate chosen by the House Speaker. (Environment Article, Secs. 6-807 through 6-810)
Report to the Governor by the Lead Poisoning Prevention Commission, 2015
Report to the Governor by the Lead Poisoning Prevention Commission, 2001
Nancy Egan, Esq., Mary Beth Haller, Susan DiGaetano-Kleinhammer, Edward Landon, Patricia McLaine, DrPH, MPH, RN, Clifford Mitchell, MD, Paula Montgomery, Barbara Moore, MSN, RN, Christina Peusch, Leonidas A. Newton, Adam D. Skolnik, John J. Scott, Jr., Ms. Manjula Paul, Ms. Anna L. Davis, JD, MPH.
Vacant Positions: a member of the Senate of Maryland, a member of the Maryland House of Delegates, a representative of a financial institution that makes loans secured by a rental property, a representative of owners of rental property located outside Baltimore City built before 1950, and Parent of a Lead Poisoned Child
The Commission meets the first Thursday of each month. Meetings are from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. at MDE. Exceptions are listed in the meeting schedule.
Please confirm your attendance with Pet Grant-Lloyd at Pet.Grant@maryland.gov or 410-537-3847.
Paula Montgomery, MDE, 1800 Washington Blvd., Baltimore MD 21230, Paula.Montgomery@maryland.gov, 410-537-3317, toll free in Maryland 800-776-2706 ext. 3441 or fax 410-537-3156.