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Maryland Manual, 1987-88
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Bureau of Sanitation
Charles K. Weiss, Chief
Bureau of Land Acquisition
Walter J. Rasmussen, Chief
Bureau of Public Services
James A. Markle, Chief

Department of Traffic Engineering
Stephen E. Collins, Director

Baltimore County Revenue Authority
Robert W. Cannon, Chairperson, 1987; Michael
D. Sullivan, 1988; William R. Brown, Jr., 1989;
Charles B. Heyman, 1990; Alan J. Bloom,
1991; Charles E. Heintz, Jr., Executive Director,
Kenneth F. Mills, Jr., Deputy Director.

Department of Permits and Licenses
Ted Zaieski, Jr., Director

Electrical Administration Board
Joseph M. Schroeter, Chairperson


Liquor Administrator
Stanley Pianowski

Board of Liquor License Commissioners
Leo B. Mason, Chairperson; Robert Knatz;
Philip R. Leyhe, Jr. Alternates: Robert Leather-
wood; Linda Martinak. Terms expire 1987.


Extension Agents
G. Richard Curran, Director; Ava J. Baker;
Russell J. Balge; Michael C. Bazley; J. William
dark; Jeanne-Marie Holly; David B. Holmes;
Julia Anne Lochard.

Soil Conservation District Supervisors
Vemon R. Foster, Chairperson, 1990; Loring T.
Sparks, 1988; Wayne C. McGinnis, 1989;
George Holdefer, 1991; Robert G. Thomas
(County appointee); G. Richard Curran, Exten-
sion Agent, Secretary (nonvoting).
Ricky Dills,
District Conservationist; William Hahn, Acting
District Manager.


County Seat: Prince Frederick 20678

Origin: Established by an Order in Council of
1654 and called Patuxent County until 1658.

Name: From the family name of the Proprietary.

Form of Government: County Commissioners

County Code: See Code of Public Local Laws of
Calvert County

Area: 240.32 sq. miles (213.23 land, 27.09 water)

Population. 1900: 10,223; 1950: 12,100; 1960:
15,826; 1970: 20,682; 1980: 34,638.

Principal Incorporated Places (1980 census):
North Beach (1,504), Chesapeake Beach (1,408)

Principal Unincorporated Places (1980 census):
Prince Frederick (1,805), Long Beach-Calvert
Beach (1,203)

Voter Registration, Oct. 6, 1986. Democrat:
12,333; Republican: 5,906; Other Parties: 3; No
Party Affiliation: 1,312; Total: 19,554.

Per Capita Income, 1985 (estimated): $10,417

State Parks: Calvert Cliffs (1,185 acres); Jefferson
Patterson Park and Museum (512 acres).

Museums/Historical Societies: Calvert Marine
Museum, Solomons 20688; Calvert County
Historical Society, Library Building, Prince
Frederick 20678; Jefferson Patterson Historical
Park and Museum, St. Leonard 20685; Battle
Creek Cypress Swamp Sanctuary and Nature
Center, Prince Frederick 20678; Chesapeake
Beach Railway Museum, Chesapeake Beach


Circuit Court
Prince Frederick 20678
Telephone: 535-1600 ext. 260

District Court
P.O. Box 409
Prince Frederick 20678
Telephone: 535-1600 ext. 237


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