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Chairperson: Lucille Maurer
Vice-Chairperson: Clarence M. Mitchell III

Members from the Senate: Walter M. Baker,
John A. Cade, Thomas Patrick O'Reilly,
Dennis F. Rasmussen.

Members from the House of Delegates: Dale An-
derson; Marilyn Goldwater; Timothy F.
Maloney; Robert R. Neall; Anne S. Perkins;
Patricia R. Sher; Larry Young.

Ex officio members from the Senate: Melvin A.
Steinberg, President of the Senate; Clarence W.
Blount, Majority Floor Leader; John N.
Bambacus, designee of Minority Floor Leader.

Ex officio members from the House of Delegates:
Benjamin L. Cardin, Speaker of the House of
Delegates; Donald B. Robertson, Majority Floor
Leader (designee—Thomas A. Rymer); Robert
R. Neall, Minority Floor Leader.

John W. O'Rourke, Baltimore County Council-
man, President, Maryland Association of
Counties (designee—Althea O'Connor, Execu-
tive Director, Maryland Association of Counties)

Robert J. DiPietro, Mayor, City of Laurel, Presi-
dent, Maryland Municipal League (designee—
Ann S. Coates, Snow Hill Councilwoman)

Advisory Committee: H. Louis Stettler III, Secre-
tary, Department of Budget and Fiscal Planning;
Michael F. Canning, Executive Assistant to the
Governor; Richard E. Israel, Assistant Attorney
General; David Schad, Director, Maryland Na-
tional Relations Office: Constance Lieder, Secre-
tary, Department of State Planning (designee—
James W. McConnaughay, Department of State

Staff contact: Myriam Marquez Bailey

90 State Circle
Annapolis 21401 Telephone: 841-3863

The Maryland Commission on Intergovern-
mental Cooperation, originally created by Chap-
ter 331, Acts of 1937, had its membership recon-
stituted by Chapter 37, Acts of 1964, by Chapter
34, Acts of 1975, and by Chapter 281, Acts of
1976. The Commission consists of eighteen mem-
bers appointed by the President of the Senate and
the Speaker of the House of Delegates. Eight
members are selected from the Senate and eight
from the House of Delegates. Members include
the President of the Senate, the Speaker of the
House of Delegates, and the majority and minori-

ty leaders of both Houses, all of whom serve ex
officio. Appointments to the Commission are at
the pleasure of the President of the Senate and
the Speaker of the House, who also designate the
chairperson and vice-chairperson. Two members
of the Commission are the president of the Mary-
land Association of Counties, Inc., and the presi-
dent of the Maryland Municipal League, Inc., or
their designees.

The Advisory Committee consists of five mem-
bers, two of whom are appointed by the Gover-
nor. The other members are the Secretary of Bud-
get and Fiscal Planning or an alternate, the
Secretary of State Planning or an alternate, and
the Attorney General or an alternate.

It is the function of this Commission to further
the involvement of the State of Maryland as a
member of the Council of State Governments.
The Commission participates in activities of the
National Conference of State Legislatures and the
Southern Legislative Conference of the Council of
State Governments. It encourages the cooperative
exchange of information and research with offi-
cials and employees of other states, the federal
government, and local units of government. It
fosters and maintains contacts and liaison with
agencies and representatives of the federal govern-
ment concerning federal programs and activities,
and circulates information and data thus obtained
among the several agencies of the State and its
political subdivisions. It endeavors to advance co-
operation between the State and other units of
government when it seems advisable by formulat-
ing proposals for the adoption of compacts, the
enactment of uniform or reciprocal statutes, the
adoption of uniform or reciprocal administrative
rules, the informal cooperation of governmental
offices with one another, and whatever else is re-
quired to ensure that Maryland does its part in
bringing the various governments in the United
States into close contact (Code 1957, Art. 40,
secs. 16-20).


Chairperson: Vacancy
Senate Chairperson: Frank J. Komenda

Members of the Senate: Clarence W. Blount,
Thomas L. Bromwell, Laurence Levitan

Members of the House of Delegates: Vacancy,

The Joint Committee on the Management of
Public Funds was created by Chapter 635, Acts


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