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Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf last week appointed six members to the Delaware River Port Authority (DRPA) board. Each will serve a six-year term.The new members are: Elinor Haider, vice president of market development for Veolia North America; Antonio Fiol-Silva, principal of the architectural firm Wallace Roberts & Todd; Ryan Boyer, business manager of the Laborers’ District Council of Metropolitan Area of Philadelphia and Vicinity; Rohan Hepkins, mayor of Yeadon, Pa.; Marian Moskowitz, owner of Franklin Commons; and Whitney White, chairman of the Global Institute for Strategic Investment."These qualified appointees will bring important expertise and diverse perspectives to the Delaware River Port Authority," Wolf said in a press release. "DRPA's work is vital to our economic success and these professionals will help the commonwealth create jobs that pay for middle-class families."
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