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DWI Planning Council

Authorization

Amended Resolution No. AR-14-2009/Ordinance No. 82-4

Meeting Time/Location

Second Thursday of each month, 12:30 p.m., Metropolitan Assessment and Treatment Services (MATS), 5901 Zuni SE.

Purpose

The Bernalillo County DWI Planning Council is created to develop a county DWI plan and make recommendations to the Board of County Commissioners on prevention, treatment, and law enforcement programs, services and activities designed to reduce the incidence of DWI and decrease the number of alcohol-involved traffic crashes and fatalities in Bernalillo County.

Composition

Shall consist of eleven (11) members appointed by the Board of County Commissioners. The term of each member shall be three (3) years. Members shall be selected from the following categories: Community Substance Abuse Treatment (1), School Representative (1), Commission District Representatives (5), Liquor Industry Representative (1), Public Health (1), Community Traffic Safety (1), and Native American Community (1). 

County Commission District Maps

Current Membership

Representing

Name

Term

1.

District 1

Teresa Carr

09/09/2017

2.

District 2

Ben Lewinger

10/13/2018

3.

District 3

Sam Howarth

04/14/2018

4.

District 4

William "Billy" Baldwin

03/25/2017

5.

District 5

Rose Sena

05/26/2018

6.

Substance Abuse Treatment

Harris Silver, M.D.

05/20/2017

7.

Native American Community

Linda Son Stone, Ph.D.

05/20/2017

8.

Public Health

Thomas Scharmen

05/10/2019

9.

Community Traffic Safety

Michelle Peacock

05/06/2017

10.

School Representative

Analee Maestas

12/10/2016

11.

Liquor Industry

Keith Hartnett

12/10/2016

Board Contact

Beatrice Medina or Fran Martinez-Romero, (505) 468-1578

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