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Carl N. Everstine, Secretary
Department of Legislative Reference,
Annapolis 21404 Telephone: 269-3561
The State House Trust, created by Chap-
ter 199, Acts of 1969, consists of the Gov-
ernor of Maryland, the President of the
Senate, the Speaker of the House of Dele-
gates and the designee of the Chairman of
the Maryland Historical Trust, who act as
the trustees. The Trust is to have supervision
over all improvements, alterations, additions.
landscaping and repairs of the State House
as well as the buildings and grounds within
the area known as State Circle in Annapolis.
The trustees may appoint from one to three
non-voting associates who are qualified by
experience and interest in historical preser-
vation. The Trust is to retain an architec-
tural consultant (Code 1957, 1971 Repl.
Vol., 1975 Supp., Art. 41, sees. 407-408).
Chairman: J. Carson Dowell, 1983
Vice Chairman: H. Gray Reeves, Jr., M.D.,
Appointed members: Joyce R. Phillip (stu-
dent member), 1977; Victor Frenkil,
1978; A. Harris Grossman, 1979; George
T. Stansbury, M.D., 1980; Edgar F. Ber-
man, M.D., 1981; Charles H. Foelber,
1981; James A. Sensenbaugh, 1981; J.
Millard Tawes, 1984: Colonel George M.
Brooks, 1985.
Edmund C. Mester, Executive Director
Jean E. Spencer, Associate Executive
Patricia G. Hauk, Director of Special
Annapolis 21401
Telephone: 269-3971; 269-3972
Chapter 41, Acts of 1963 established the
Board of Trustees of the State Colleges to
direct and manage the four-year public col-
leges of the State. Chapter 917, Acts of
1976 redesignated the governing board as
the Board of Trustees of the State Universi-
ties and Colleges, designated the University
of Baltimore as an upper division academic

institution, and redesignated Towson State
College as Towson State University contin-
gent upon that institution meeting the cri-
teria for name-change established by the
State Board for Higher Education. Chapter
538, Acts of 1976 increased the member-
ship of the Board of Trustees to eleven
members (ten public members and 1 stu-
dent member) all of whom are appointed
by the Governor, and removed the require-
ment for the State Superintendent of Schools
to serve as member ex-officio. The incum-
bent public members of the Board as of
June 30, 1976 serve until the expiration of
their respective nine-year terms. Thereafter,
and with respect to the public member
added to replace the State Superintendent of
Schools, the non-student appointive mem-
bers serve for five-year terms, are eligible
for re-appointment, but may not serve for
more than two full terms, including a term
that commenced prior to July 1, 1971. The
student member, who must be 18 years of
age or older and a full-time undergraduate
in good standing at a State college or uni-
versity at the time of appointment, serves
a one-year term commencing July 1 of each
year and is appointed in the order of charter
of the State college or university until all
the State colleges or universities have been
represented at which time the system of ro-
tation shall be repeated (Code 1957. 1975
Repl. Vol., 1975 Supp., Art. 77A, sec.
11(a) through (d)).
The Board of Trustees submits an annual
report in January of each year to the Gov-
ernor and to the members of the General
Assembly which includes a summary of the
Board's major activities for the previous
year together with a financial statement and
other statistical data (student enrollment,
number of degrees awarded, etc. ) pertaining
to the institutions under its aegis. In ac-
cordance with the Executive Planning Proc-
ess, the Board submits to the Governor and
to the members of the General Assembly a
Short and Long-Range Plan on May 1 of
each year which includes, among other sub-
jects, a description of segment goals; seg-
ment-wide conditions, trends and projec-
tions; major policy directions and actions;
and plans for future evaluation.

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