minutes of the meeting of the AMS Council 26-27 September 1996, Boston, Massachusetts The Council convened at 9:00 A.M., 26 September. Present: President Try; President-Elect McPherson; Past President Houghton; Councilors Carter, Greenfield, Hales, Hooke, Kalnay, Randall, Sanford, Avery, Fritsch, McCarthy, and Potter; Commissioners Simpson, Rosen, Carnahan, Snow, and Hosier; Executive Director Hallgren; Secretary-Treasurer Spengler; Recorder Baum. 1. Mail ballots chief editor for a term to expire in January 2000, and Secretary-Treasurer Spengler reported that mail Nelson Hogg to replace him as editor; MWR, reap- ballots since the last meeting had resulted in approval pointment of Russell L. Elsberry, Mojib Latif, and of 1) Eugene M. Rasmusson as the 1996 Robert E. Frederick Sanders for an additional two years, and Horton Lecturer, 2) the minutes of the two 28 January Dean G. Duffy to a term as editor to expire in Janu- meetings of the Council, and 3) the election to ary 2000; JTECH, extension to 1999 of Albert J. Wil- liams as co-chief editor; Meteorological Monographs, Member and Member with Student Privileges of the extension to 1999 of the appointment of Donald R. candidates recommended by the Admissions Commit- Johnson as editor; and Publications Commission, ex- tee as a
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