To guide the efforts and build SM program, nine entities worked together: the Executive Committee, the Mayors’ Advisory Council (MAC), and seven task forces. The Executive Committee and MAC provided support and review for the task forces during the formation of the program and the development of SM Actions.
Today, the Executive Committee provides guidance and structure to the program development process. One of the most important roles of the Executive Committee is to provide guidance for coordinating with other state sustainability efforts and for addressing issues of municipal scale and equitable access to resources. The Executive Committee is made up of leaders consisting of members of the mayors, Maryland Municipal League, state agencies, nonprofits, and the private sector.
City of Salisbury
City of Greenbelt
Town of Bladensburg
University of Maryland
Center for Chesapeake Communities
Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments
Department of Housing & Community Development
Mayor Malinda Miles
City of Mount Rainier
Maryland Department of Planning
Chesapeake Bay Trust
Maryland Municipal League
Maryland Economic Development Association
Maryland Department of Natural Resources