Robert N. Rollins Jr., division chief for fleet maintenance and management for Calvert County government and Theodore Atwood, director of general services for Baltimore City government have been appointed by Governor O’ Malley to serve as representatives from local government on the Maryland Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Council. In the August 4 press release, O’Malley stated,
“The Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Council includes an extraordinarily talented and experienced group of advocates who will help Maryland take the next steps in supporting the roll-out of electric vehicles and infrastructure. The Council will play an important role in coordinating State and local policies that make electric vehicle ownership convenient and economical, create green jobs, and achieve a cleaner, healthier, and more energy independent Maryland. Creating and saving jobs is every Marylander’s business.”
The Council was created as a result of House Bill 167 from the 2011 session of the General Assembly.