The Knox County Air Pollution Control Board was formed in 1969 under the enabling legislation of Chapter 37, Tennessee Private Acts of 1969. The Board's responsibilities are legislative and judicial. It also conducts public hearings on proposed changes or additions to Knox County Air Pollution Control Regulations.
The members of the board represent one of the following: city government, county government, medicine, commerce, the University of Tennessee, Pellissippi State Community College, Knoxville Regional Transportation Planning Organization, local technical societies and the public at large. Each member serves a four-year term.
Public meetings are held by the board at least once a quarter usually on the third Wednesday of January, April, July and October at 4:00 p.m. in the 2nd floor conference room at the Knox County Health Department.
Representing Knoxville Regional Transportation Planning Organization
George Cox, PE
Representing Pellissippi State Community College
Paul M. Fortunato, Vice Chairperson
Representing The Knoxville Area Chamber Partnership
Dr. Joshua Fu, Ph.D
Representing the University of Tennessee
Jim Hagerman, P.E.
Representing the City of Knoxville
Stephen J. Hillenbrand, P.E.
Representing The Technical Society of Knoxville
Lynne A. Liddington, Director
Knox County Air Quality Management
Technical Secretary, Knox County Air Pollution Control Board
Dr. Michael Miller, M.D.
Representing The Knoxville Academy of Medicine
Cindy Pionke, PE
Representing the Knox County Government
Lisa H. Stinton, Chairperson
Representing Knox County Citizens at Large