Carson Stanton Case

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ollowing agenda for Stanton to follow – Improving Innovation, promotion from within, and managing all state agencies (excluding Education) within the reduced appropriations, which was 3 % in 2015, and 1 % in 2016. The fiscal year which started on July 1, 2013 and ends on June 30, 2014 saw a budget cut of 2 % when compared to the previous year. Considering that Hope comes inthe lowest quadrant of student success in comparison to other states, the governor laid out his policy and budget agenda expecting the increase and improvement in the states education statistics along with decrease in Hope’s unemployment statistics which is 8.5 % when compared to the 6.7 % of other states due to the drop in hiring. The state is ranked 21st with a rate of 9.6 % in comparison to the low of 7.0 % and the high of 13.0 %.In 1986, the DOE of Hope was created with the mission to improve, protect and restore the quality of the natural resources air, land and water. It also propagated the advancement in smart growth along with promoting economies that could sustain and communities that were healthy and viable. The duties of the divisions within the department are the following: the redevelopment of resources, reducing health hazards, environmental protection, and improvement of existing safety measures and adequacy of air, water and land resources, promotion of clean energy and improving and advancing the level of customer service. It was also a dire necessity for the state to address its responsibility for the landfill management consisting of both hazardous and solid waste. Special approvals and permits were required for the disposal of various kinds of wastes.The previous DOE secretary Sharon Brooke had raked up an issue with the governor about the location and size of two particular landfills. She was more interested in outsourcing waste, rather than managing it within. Hope has 15 Superfund sites and in the year that followed, a problem with one waste disposal site would