order repealed by EO #93 Whitman.
see executive orders #82
and #111 Whitman.
Order No. 82 (Whitman) created the Advisory Committee on the Preservation
and Use of Ellis Island (the "Advisory Committee"); and
Advisory Committee is charged with investigating all potential future
uses of the structures on Ellis Island, New Jersey, examining available
alternatives to maintain, restore, and put to beneficial use the
structures on Ellis Island, New Jersey in a manner consistent with
the historic significance of the Island, recommending to the Governor
and the State Historic Preservation Officer a plan to maintain,
restore, and put to beneficial use the structures on Ellis Island,
New Jersey and cooperating with and assisting the State of New York
and the City of New York, when appropriate, with respect to the
maintenance, restoration, and use of the structures on the portion
of Ellis Island within the State of New York; and
addition of more public members would be instrumental in ensuring
that the Advisory Committee accomplishes its objectives;
I, CHRISTINE TODD WHITMAN, Governor of the State of New Jersey,
by virtue of the authority vested in me by the Constitution and
by the Statutes of this State, do hereby ORDER and DIRECT:
3, section j of Executive Order No. 82 (Whitman) shall be replaced
with the following language:
more than seven members of the public to be appointed by the
Governor, including but not limited to individuals with professional
experience and expertise in urban planning, history, architecture
and/or historic restoration.
2. All other
provisions of Executive Order No. 82 (Whitman) shall remain in
full force and effect.
Order shall take effect immediately.
under my hand and seal,
this 5th day of October in the Year
of Our Lord, One Thousand Nine
Hundred and Ninety-Eight, and of the
Independence of the United States,
the Two Hundred and Twenty-Third.
Christine Todd Whitman
/s/ John J.
Chief Counsel to the Governor