Lloyd Anderson Elected Chairman National Waterways Conference

Port of Portland executive director Lloyd Anderson was elected chairman of the board of the National Waterways Conference at a meeting in late September in Birmingham, Ala. Mr. Anderson will head the organization for two years.

Dedicated to the promotion of the U.S. system of waterways, the National Waterways Conference is headquartered in Washington, D.C. and represents trade associations, carriers, public ports, shippers and other organizations involved in w a t e r b o r n e services.

Mr. Anderson also was elected to membership on the board of the National Waterways Foundation, which performs research for the maintenance and development of waterways as a viable transportation network.

Mr. Anderson joined the Port in March 1974, and was named executive director in November of that year. Previously, he had served as City of Portland Commissioner of Public Works, and as manager of the Portland office of Cornell, Howland, Hayes & Merryfield, consulting engineers.

Mr. Anderson has been deputy director of the Oregon State Department of Planning and Development, director of the Multnomah County Planning Commission, and planning administrator for King County, Wash. He is a member of the committee on U.S.

t r a n s p o r t a t i o n policy for the American Association of Port Authorities and the executive council of the Institute for Transportation, American Public Works Association.

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