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Oil boom being unpacked for spill exercise

Oil boom being unpacked for spill exercise

The Marine and Oceanographic Technology Network (MOTN) is a maritime professional  association committed to expanding business opportunities of its members through a series of professional meetings and electronic networking. The Marine and Oceanographic Technology Network is a US-based professional business association committed to expanding the business opportunities of its members by building marketing
presence, advocating local and regional economic development related to the development of new products for the marine and oceanographic product industry, and enhancing member business practices.

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Message from MOTN President, Harlan Doliner

The 2015 MOTN election has been tallied.  Congratulations to those new members of our board of directors; thanks for your willingness to step forward and serve. To those who are not returning to MOTN's board in 2015, thank you for your service and dedication to our organization. To our returning board members and officers, thanks for not only for all of your past service and efforts, but more importantly for your continued belief in MOTN and its goals.  A special shout-out to Mike Mathewson, who worked hard to make the election a workable reality, and welcome aboard to Morgan McCarthy, MOTN's new Program Chair.

MOTN's first 2015 board meeting will be Tuesday, February 24 at 5 p.m.  We'll announce the meeting location as soon as the snow finally stops, folks are back in their offices and it can be confirmed.  As always, any MOTN member is welcome to attend our board meetings/conference calls. As always, your opinion is important. Please let me know activities and endeavor you would like MOTN to pursue. You can contact me anytime at hdoliner@verrilldana.com with any questions, concerns or ideas.

Again, thanks to all those who stood for election.  I am personally grateful to each and every one of you.

As the gray hull folks say, for 2015 we're now "under way, making way, under command.  Rudder midships ahead full."

All the best,
Harlan

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