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ATC Board of Directors
The Alexandria Transit Company is a non-profit corporation organized under Chapter 1, Title 13.1 of the Code of Virginia, for the purpose of providing mass transportation services as a public service corporation. The entire capital stock of the corporation – seven shares at a par value of $1.00 a share – is owned by the City of Alexandria.
ATC is governed by a nine member Board elected annually by the Alexandria City Council, acting in the capacity of the sole stockholders. Members of the Board of Directors serve without compensation. Regular monthly Board meetings are normally held the second Wednesday of every month at Alexandria’s City Hall, 301 King Street, City Council Workroom on the second floor, at 5:30 p.m., unless otherwise posted.
ATC operates under the direction of its Chief Executive Officer and General Manager, Sandy Modell. Ms. Modell is the principal staff advisor to the Board on transit matters.
2017 Transit Development Program (TDP): The TDP serves both as a means of presenting the General Manager's recommendations with regard to the annual program to the Board of Directors and as a means of documenting the annual program approved by the Board of Directors.
ATC Board of Directors
Comments to the ATC Board of Directors may be submitted to the ATC Board Secretary, Fatima Ahmed, at email@example.com or by writing to: ATC General Manager, 3000 Business Center Drive, Alexandria, VA 22314.
ATC Board of Directors Meeting Dates
Regular public meetings are held the second Wednesday of every month at Alexandria’s City Hall, 301 King Street, City Council Workroom 2410 at 5:30 p.m. There are no meetings held in July and August.
1. Election of the Board of Directors
the Honorable Mayor and Members of City Council.
By agreement with the City of Alexandria, ATC accounts are maintained by the City’s Department of Finance and are audited as a part of the City’s annual audit. If the City’s outside auditor is also ATC’s outside auditor, the ATC audit can be done without duplication of effort or cost. It is therefore recommended that the City’s outside auditor, currently Clifton Larson Allen, be designated ATC’s outside auditor.