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WRAP Board: About

The following is paraphrased from Part 2 of the WRAP Charter:

The WRAP Board is comprised of State, Tribal, and Federal representatives. Tribes and states have equal membership. Should a state withdraw from the WRAP, tribal representation would not be reduced. However, voting representation would remain equal for states and tribes.

Section 1: States.

  1. The governor or his/her designee of the following states: Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oregon, South Dakota, Utah, Washington, and Wyoming.
  2. Designation by a governor of a designee shall be made in writing to the WRAP. Designees shall serve at the pleasure of their respective governors. Any changes in such designation shall be made in writing to the WRAP.
  3. States shall provide a mechanism for communicating with local government air quality agencies and for participation of representatives from local government air quality agencies in WRAP activities.

Section 2: Tribes.

  1. Tribes participating in the WRAP must be federally recognized.
  2. Tribal participation shall be determined by the tribes located in the geographic region encompassed by the WRAP states listed in Part 2, Section 1.a., and the State of Nevada, and shall be representative of this geographical region.
  3. WRAP tribal members shall provide a mechanism for participation by all other interested tribal governments.
  4. A tribal leader shall identify in writing a designee to the WRAP. Designees shall serve at the pleasure of their respective leadership. Any changes in such designation shall be made in writing to the WRAP.

Section 3: Federal Government.

  1. The U.S. Secretary of the Interior or his/her designee as a voting member.
  2. The U.S. Secretary of Agriculture or his/her designee as a voting member.
  3. The Administrator of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency or his/her designee as a non voting member.

  4. WRAP federal members shall provide a mechanism for coordination and participation by their national, regional, and local units.
  5. All designations by federal agencies shall be made in writing to the WRAP.
 

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