The Skinny

Alan Lloyd is retiring from the California Environmental Protection Agency.
Lloyd, who was appointed chairman of the Air Resources Board by Gov. Gray
Davis and eventually named by Gov. Schwarzenegger to replace Terry Taminnen
at the EPA, will leave the agency at the end of February. Lloyd’s departure
leaves two holes at the agency, which is also without an undersecretary

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