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Carolyn Tyson, Director 974-2897

Ronald C. Saddler, Director 974-2661

Samina R. Cole, Director 974-3218

Licensing and Consumer Services issues State
hunting, fishing and boating licenses and collects
certain excise taxes. The office is responsible for
regional service centers throughout the State.


Michael J. Nelson, Assistant Secretary fir Capital

2012 Industrial Dr.
Annapolis, MD 21401 974-7947

The Assistant Secretary for Capital Programs
oversees five programs: Land Planning Services;
Shore Erosion Control; Program Open Space;
Land Management and Recreation Services; and
Capital Development. The Assistant Secretary also
is responsible for the Maryland Environmental
Trust and the Scenic and Wild Rivers Review Board.

Robert L. Beckett, Director 974-7656

Land Planning Services provides planning, map-
ping, environmental review, and capital budget ser-
vices to help the Department acquire, develop, and
manage public lands and scenic rivers. These ser-
vices are offered through four primary projects:
Resource Planning, Wild and Scenic Rivers, Acqui-
sition Graphics and Research, and Capital Budget

The Resource Planning Project develops master
plans for new State parks or for recreational use and
modification of existing State parks. The Project
also conducts detailed property reviews for pro-
posed new Department areas and environmental
reviews for many Department projects and lands.
In addition, the Project develops master facilities
plans for areas without approved master plans.

The Scenic and Wild Rivers Project prepares
resource management plans for the nine rivers of
the scenic and wild rivers system. The Project pro-
motes the wise use of the rivers' land and water
resources, and improves resource conservation
measures. Planners work with local citizen advisory
boards developing recommendations for local gov-
ernments on resource use.

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The Acquisition Graphics and Research Project
researches property records (deeds, surveys, land
patents) and prepares project boundary maps for all
Department lands. These maps show properties in
the acquisition program, as well as properties
owned by the Department or not yet acquired. The
Project also reviews and updates the maps.

The Capital Budget Planning Project prepares
the Department's annual Capital Budget request.
The Project coordinates development project pro-
posals submitted to the Assistant Secretary for Cap-
ital Programs by Department agencies. Projects are
evaluated and placed into the Five-Year Capital Im-
provements Program according to priority and cat-
egory Supporting data is collected, including cost
data and justification, and meetings and budget
hearings are required throughout the process.

Leonard M. Larese-Casanova, Director 974-7853

The Shore Erosion Control Program provides
technical assistance to property owners, communi-
ties, and counties experiencing shore erosion. The
Program administers the Shore Erosion Control
Revolving Loan Fund, which provides interest-free
loans for project construction Co qualified appli-
cants. It designs and provides construction supervi-
sion for State-financed projects. The Program also
evaluates new materials and methods for erosion
control, and informs the public about causes and
prevention of shore and bank erosion. The Program
makes assessments and recommendations on ero-
sion in the Chesapeake Bay and its tributaries.

William A. Krebs, Director 974-7231

Program Open Space acquires outdoor recre-
ation and open space areas for public use. The
Program administers funds made available to local
communities for open and recreational space by the
Outdoor Recreation Land Loan of 1969 and from
the National Park Service, Land and Water Conser-
vation Fund, U.S. Department of the Interior. The
Program coordinates the acquisition of Department
lands for the use of all departmental agencies.

Vacancy, Director 974-7250

Started in 1988, Enterprise Development is a
program through which State lands are developed
by private interests in an enterprise that generates
benefits and revenues for both public and private
sectors. These enterprises are established to
preserve the integrity of natural resources, while
enhancing their recreational potential and fiscal

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