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James P. Gleason

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Executive

County
 
Background

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • County Executive

Education

  • law degree
    Georgetown University
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Web References
February 2003
www.clymermuseum.com, 1 Feb 2003 [cached]
Visit the works of Glen Chilcutt, Jim Gleason, Janene Grende, and Connie Tveten.
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Jim Gleason of Goldendale, WA has not always been an artist.From a professional career in baseball to a County Sheriff, Jim is a man of many talents.Jim's style of painting has been developed by what he calls "trial and error".With no formal training, Jim's talents have been self-taught.His inspiration for his works comes from Jim's passion of the great outdoors.
Montgomery County Archives: Guide to the Printed Material of Record Group 10 - Community Development and Housing
www.montgomeryarchives.org [cached]
Established by County Executive James Gleason in November 1976 to assist in assessing the status of economic development in Montgomery County, the Economic Development Advisory Board closely examined the County's economy, governmental operations, and potential for continued economic development.
Montgomery County Archives: Guide to the Records of the County Executive
www.montgomeryarchives.org, 16 April 2010 [cached]
In 1970, Montgomery County voters elected James P. Gleason as their first County Executive.
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Although a few subject files from the County Manager's office were carried over when the structure of the County government was revised in 1970, most of the records in this record title were generated or received primarily during the tenure of the first two Montgomery County Executives, James P. Gleason and Charles W. Gilchrist, who served from December 1970 to December 1986.
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Series I: James P. Gleason
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Series I: James P. Gleason, 1968-1979 (6 cu.ft.)
James P. Gleason was born in 1921 and received a law degree from Georgetown University in 1950. He served as a legislative assistant to Senator Richard Nixon, administrative assistant to Senator Knowland, consultant to the Senate Foreign Relations Committee and the U.S. Department of Transportation, Assistant Administrator of the National Aeronautic and Space Administration, and as a member of many other task forces and committees. He was also chairman of both the Washington Suburban Transit Commission and the Washington Metropolitan Transit Authority. In 1968, he was appointed to the Montgomery County Council, and in 1970, Gleason, a Republican, was elected as the first Montgomery County Executive in an overwhelmingly Democratic district.
Gleason's tenure was marked by an extensive reorganization of County government in 1972 and by conflicts with the County Council and County citizens. Loath to compromise, he threatened to withhold Montgomery County funds from Metrorail, which he had help plan and avidly supported, unless it promised to build two lines into the County. He refused to play party politics, and instead appointed department heads and staff with an even-handedness based on merit. In 1978, despite assured reelection, he announced his retirement from politics to pursue a writing career.
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This series contains records pertaining to appointments of citizens to advisory committees, boards, and commissions made by County Executives James Gleason and Charles Gilchrist.
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Series I: James P. Gleason
Montgomery County Archives: Guide to the Records of the Housing Opportunities Commission of Montgomery County
www.montgomeryarchives.org [cached]
In order to expand the County's opportunities to receive federal housing funds and to confront a growing housing crisis in Montgomery County, County Executive James Gleason proposed legislation to the County Council to transfer these functions to a newly-created Housing Opportunities Commission.
Montgomery County Archives: Guide to the Records of the Assistant Chief Administrative Officer
www.montgomeryarchives.org [cached]
In 1970, Montgomery County voters elected James P. Gleason as their first County Executive.
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On January 31, 1975 County Executive James P. Gleason designated Carty as Chief Administrative Officer, the second highest position in County government.
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