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SURFACE TRANSPORTATION BOARD VICE CHAIRMAN W. DOUGLAS BUTTREY NAMES ALICE C. SAYLOR CHIEF OF STAFF




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>From the Surface Transportation Board, Washington, D.C.
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Surface Transportation Board Vice Chairman W. Douglas Buttrey announced his
appointment of Alice C. Saylor, Esq. as his Chief of Staff.


 Alice C. Saylor has served on the staff of the STB's Office of the General
 Counsel since August, 2001.  From January 22, 2005 through January 4, 2006
 she served as Attorney-Advisor to former STB Chair Roger Nober.  From
 January 5, 2006 until present she has served as Attorney-Advisor to Mr.
 Buttrey.


 Ms. Saylor began her legal career in Union Pacific Railroad's law
 department in Omaha in 1976.  She joined the law department of the short
 line and regional railroads of the Transtar Group, formerly the U.S. Steel
 Railroads, in Pittsburgh in 1983, and added the duties of public affairs
 director in 1987.  She moved to Washington, D.C. at the beginning of 1994
 as Vice President & General Counsel of the American Short Line and
 Regional Railroad Association (ASLRRA), a Washington, D.C. trade
 association representing over 400 short line and regional railroads.  Ms.
 Saylor represented ASLRRA member railroads in legal, legislative and
 regulatory matters from January, 1994 until she joined the Board's staff
 in August, 2001.


 Ms. Saylor has an undergraduate degree from the University of Chicago
 (B.A. with honors, 1969) and a law degree from Creighton University (J.D.
 with honors, 1976), where she served as Law Review Associate Editor.  She
 is admitted to practice before the U.S. Supreme Court and each of the U.S.
 Courts of Appeals.  She is a Past President of the Association of
 Transportation Law Professionals, a national organization of
 transportation lawyers and practitioners.


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