Elia Germani

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Elia Germani
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Rhode Island Public Utilities Commissioner
Former officeholder
In office
May 2000 - March 2013
Term ends
2013
PartyNonpartisan
Compensation
Base salary$125,071
Elections and appointments
AppointedMay 2000
Appointed byGov. Lincoln Almond
Term limitsNA
Education
Bachelor'sUniversity of Rhode Island (1957)
J.D.Harvard University Law School (1961)
Websites
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Elia Germani is a former chairman of the Rhode Island Public Utilities Commission. He was first appointed in May 2000 to fill a vacancy, and was subsequently re-appointed in 2001 and 2007, each time to a six-year term.[1] His last term ended March 1, 2013, and Margaret E. “Meg” Curran was nominated to fill this vacancy.[2]
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Biography

Germani was general counsel for Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Rhode Island for 18 years.[3] He also was a partner in the law firm of Tillinghast, Collins & Graham and served as attorney and assistant secretary of the Narragansett Electric Company.[3]

Education

  • Juris Doctor from Harvard University Law School, 1961
  • B.A. magna cum laude from the University of Rhode Island, 1957[3]

Political career

Public Utilities Commission (2000-2013)

Germani was first appointed in May 2000 to fill a vacancy, and was subsequently re-appointed in 2001 and 2007, each time to a six-year term.[4] His last term ended March 1, 2013, and Curran was nominated to fill this vacancy.[2]

Appointments

2007

Germani was re-appointed to the Rhode Island Public Utilities Commission in 2007 by Gov. Donald Carcieri.

2001

Germani was re-appointed to the Rhode Island Public Utilities Commission in 2001 by Gov. Lincoln Almond.

2000

Germani was first appointed to the Rhode Island Public Utilities Commission in May 2000 by Gov. Lincoln Almond.

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Preceded by
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Rhode Island Public Utilities Commission
2000-2013
Succeeded by
Margaret E. “Meg” Curran