opportunity practices is strong or determined, en-
courage the establishment of formal apprentice-
ship programs, and study ways and means of en-
couraging and accelerating apprenticeship job
opportunities. Officers serve for one-year terms
and appoint the Director.
COMMISSION TO STUDY THE
REGULATORY STRUCTURE OF
BANKING, SAVINGS AND LOAN
AND SMALL LOAN INDUSTRIES
Chairperson: Stanford D. Hess
Irving Applefeld, George H. Bernstein, J. Owen
Cole, William H. Cox, Jr., Alan T. Fell, W. H.
Holden Gibbs, Prank A. Leilich, Thomas V.
Mike Miller, Jr., R. Clayton Mitchell, Jr., John
H. Mosner, Jr., Raymond C. Nichols, Thomas
E. O'Neill, Mark L. Palmer, Lloyal Randolph,
Gordon J. Tomasch, T. Hammond Welsh, Jr.,
Hillsman V. Wilson.
Thomas E. Marshall, Secretary
Francis X. Pugh, Counsel
10 Light Street
Baltimore 21202 Telephone: 332-8765
The Governor appointed the members of this
Commission to consider whether the retention of
the banking, savings and loan, and small loan
agencies should be considered as separate regula-
tory agencies or combined into one agency to reg-
ulate the conduct of finance within the State. The
Commission is to report at a later date.
TASK FORCE TO STUDY
EDUCATIONAL AND RELATED
SERVICE NEEDS OF CHILDREN
IN JUVENILE RESIDENTIAL
Chairperson: Edward J. Mason
Ronald J. Blake, David W. Hornbeck, Fran
Mickel, Douglas H. Moore, Jr., Anne Perkins,
Cecil Short, Marlene Weimer, Beryl Williams.
Route 2, Box 102A
Cumberland 21502 Telephone: 841-3560
The Governor appointed this task force in 1980
to provide background for possible legislative or
budgetary planning with regard to the education-
al and related service needs of children in juvenile
|residential institutions. The Commission was
asked to review the recommendations of the
Rosenburg and Schifter commissions, and to con-
sider what educational and related services should
be available to children residing in juvenile insti-
tutions and how they should be delivered to
them. The Commission is to report by December
COMMISSION ON COMPENSATION
AND PERSONNEL POLICIES
Chairperson: Walter Sondheim, Jr.
Jereleigh Archer, Charles Costa, John R. Har-
greaves, Arthur H. Helton, Jr., Jody R. Johns,
Nancy K. Kopp, Laurence Levitan, Thomas
W. Schmidt, Theodore E. Thornton.
Staff: David E. Haupt
Department of Budget and Fiscal Planning
State Treasury Building
Annapolis 21404 Telephone: 269-2173
The Governor established this Commission by
executive order in 1979. The Commission consists
of ten members appointed by the Governor, two
of whom are members of the Senate recom-
mended by the president of the Senate, two of
whom are members of the House of Delegates
recommended by the speaker of the House, the
Secretary of Personnel, the Secretary of Budget
and Fiscal Planning, and four members from the
The Commission is to conduct an in-depth
study of the State's compensation and personnel
policies and recommend improvements in the
State's current system of compensating employees
at all levels. In addition, the Commission has a
broad charge to consider the extent to which the
State's personnel policies promote efficiency and
productivity, and to evaluate how the compensa-
tion structure and personnel policies affect wom-
en and minorities in State government.
COMMISSION ON CONDOMINIUMS
Chairperson: Jerome F. Connell, Sr.
Richard L. Arkin, Anne Landers Blumenberg,
Drusilla Chairs, Joel Chasnoff, Jannette Getz,
Charles E. Koontz, Laurence Levitan, Bruce
Magazine, Michael Mannes, Arvin E. Rosen,
Thomas Saquella, Calvin V. Thomas, Jr.,
Derek Thompson, William A. Urie.