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The Clinton Administration has ended months of speculation on key maritime posts by naming former commissioner William D. Hathaway chairman of the Federal Maritime Commission and picking Rear Adm. Al Herberger (ret.), a maritime industry consultant, to be the new Maritime Administrator.
Hathaway, who has served on the commission as a commissioner for three years, moved into the chairman's position the first working day after former FMC chairman Christopher Koch left his office for a one month vacation.
As of early April, Koch's future plans were still uncertain. However, he has been interviewing for a position in the private sector.
Some of his peers see Hathaway as more of a classic regulator than Koch, who last year led the agency through more …