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Tawes State Office Building
Annapolis 21401 Telephone: 269-3947
The Governor appointed this Commission in
1976 to conduct a study to determine the feasibil-
ity of granting concessions and certain protected
capital investment rights to private organizations
in State parks and parkways. The Commission
consists of members of the General Assembly,
persons involved in campground operation and
maintenance, and banking. The Commission is to
report to the General Assembly in 1979 (Res.
No. 77, Acts of 1976).
Chairperson: Richard L. Arkin
Herbert B. Cahan, Joel Chasnoff, Sylvan
Goidman, Laurence Levitan, Bruce Magazine,
Eugene R. Parker, Jr., Arvin E. Rosen, W.
Roy Schiller, Melvin Steinberg, Derek Thomp-
son, William Urie, Perry 0. Wilkinson
Barbara Palmer, Administrative Assistant
P. 0. Box 6278
Aspen Hill 20906 Telephone: 443-4236
The Acting Governor created the Commission
on Condominiums at the request of the General
Assembly in 1977 (Res. No. 41, Acts of 1977).
Members were appointed by the Acting Governor
to serve until 1979, when the work of the Com-
mission is to be completed.
The charge of the Commission is to investigate
the condominium industry in Maryland, review
and evaluate existing laws pertaining to
condominiums, ascertain what problems exist in
development and operations, report its findings to
the Governor and General Assembly, and make
recommendations for legislative action.
Chairperson: Thomas J. Kenney
Franklin G. Allen, Mary Arabian, John R.
Hargrove, Robert C. Heeney, Josiah F. Henry,
Jr., H. Edgar Lentz, Ellen Luff, James Maegill,
Charles E. Moylan, Jr., Alan Hamilton Murrell,
Julian S. Neal, Reuben Oppenheimer, Daniel T.
Prettyman, Jonas R. Rappeport, John W. Sause,
Jr., Robert M. Thomas, Paul C. Wolman.
John M. Brumbaugh, Reporter
329 St. Paul Place
Baltimore 21202 Telephone: 752-1230

The Governor appointed this special Commis-
sion in 1965 at the request of the General Assem-
bly to make a comprehensive study and review of
the criminal laws of the State, criminal
procedures, and the administration of criminal
justice (Res. No. 22, Acts of 1965).
The Commission submitted its interim report
on October 16, 1971, to the Governor and the
Legislature. Volumes containing a Report and
Part 1 of a Proposed Criminal Code (June 1972)
and a Report and Part 11 of a Proposed Criminal
Code (September 1973) were circulated among
the Bench, Bar, and interested public for study
and comment. The Commission then submitted a
revised draft of a bill and commentary, published
as Legislative Council Item No. 6-13 (November
25, 1974). The draft is currently under study by
committees of the Legislature.
Chairman: Beverly Anne Groner
John D. Alexander, Jr., Benjamin L. Cardin,
John P. Corderman, John W. Ester, Hattie N.
Harrison, Marvin J. Land, Dorothy Curtis
Melby, Thomas V. Mike Miller, Jr., Joseph E.
Owens, Thomas J. Peddicord, Jr., Terry
Rubenstein, Michael S. Silver, Melvin A.
Steinberg, Robert B. Watts.
Samuel B. Groner, Reporter
Suite 304 - Perpetual Building
7401 Wisconsin Avenue
Bethesda 20014
The Governor appointed this Commission in
1976 to undertake a complete study of the consti-
tutional, statutory, and common law concerning
domestic relations and to make appropriate
recommendations for improvement in the law.
The Commission consists of members of the Gen-
eral Assembly, representatives from the Gover-
nor's staff, members of the Maryland Bar, and
other interested citizens.
The Commission made its first report to the Gov-
ernor in January 1978. It submitted as proposed leg-
islation, Senate Bill 604, which with amendments
was enacted in the 1978 Session and became Chap-
ter 794, Acts of 1978. This legislation appears in the
Maryland Code as Subtitle 6A of Article 3, Courts
and Judicial Proceedings. It affects the disposition
of property upon divorce or annulment.
The Commission is continuing its work.

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