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Maryland Manual, 1989-90
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the Code of Maryland Regulations (COMAR), the
Maryland Occupational Safety and Health Law,
and regulations of the U.S. Environmental Protec-
tion Agency and federal Occupational Safety and
Health Administration. For State-owned facilities,
the Committee evaluates asbestos abatement proj-
ect proposals and establishes abatement contract
guidelines and criteria.

By October 1, the Committee annually submits
to the Governor and General Assembly a report and
a consolidated budget for asbestos management in
State facilities.


David A. C. Carroll, Governor's Chesapeake Bay

Torrey C. Brown, Secretary of Natural Resources;
Wayne A. Cawley, Jr., Secretary of Agriculture;
Martin W. Walsh, Jr., Secretary of the Environment;
John S. Toll, Chancellor, University of Maryland

State House
Annapolis, MD 21401 974-3004

The Governor's Council on the Chesapeake Bay
was created by the Governor in January 1985 (Ex-
ecutive Order 01.01.1985.02). The Council advises
the Governor on management of the Bay and sur-
rounding areas. The Council also promotes inter-
agency coordination and integration of Bay-related


Richard H. Trainor, Secretary of Transportation

Charles L. Benton, Jr.; David A. C. Carroll; J.
Randall Evans; Louis L. Goldstein; Earl F. Seboda;
Judith C. Toth.

Office of the Secretary
Dept. of Transportation
EO. Box 8755
BWI Airport, MD 21240 859-7397

The Task Force on Chesapeake Bay Ferries was
formed by the Governor in 1987. The Task Force is
studying the feasibility of restoring ferry service
across Chesapeake Bay Specifically, the Task Force
is considering the costs and number of users of
vehicular ferry service; potential routes, schedules,
and fares; and the impact of ferry service on tour-

Executive Commissions/407


Chairperson: J. P. Blase Cooke

Ex officio: J. Randall Evans, Secretary of Economic &
Employment Development; Earl F. Seboda, Secretary
of General Services; Jacqueline H. Rogers, Secretary
of Housing & Community Development; William A.
Fogle, Jr., Secretary of Licensing & Regulation;
Torrey C. Brown, Secretary of Natural Resources;
Hilda E. Ford, Secretary of Personnel; Henry
Koellein, Jr., Commissioner of Labor & Industry.

c/o Thomas P Harkins, Inc.
12301 Old Columbia Pike
Silver Spring, MD 20904 680-4205

The Governor's Construction Industry
Employers' Advisory Council was established in
February 1988 by the Governor (Executive Order
01.01.1988.04). The Advisory Council assists the
Governor in devising strategy to foster a healthy
and expanding construction industry in Maryland.
The Council reviews State and local problems af-
fecting the industry and recommends solutions to
the Governor.

An interim report was siihmitted to the Gover-
nor in June 1988 and an annual report in December


Robert M. Bassford, Dept. of Budget & Fiscal

David D. Harrington; John M. Huwig; Thomas F.
McCabe; Gregory J. Petr, Jr.; Richard N. Rose;
Peggy V. Short; George M. Suggs, Jr.; John L.

Division of Management Information Systems
Dept. of Budget & Fiscal Planning
Goldstein Treasury Building
60 Calvert St.
Annapolis, MD 21401 974-2280

By Executive Order, the Governor created the
State Data Security Committee in 1983. The Com-
mittee establishes computer security policies and
standards for State government agencies in the
Executive Branch. The Committee regularly evalu-
ates and tests the security of State agency systems
that contain computerized records.

Twice a year, the Committee reports to the Gov-
ernor and to the chairpersons of appropriate legis-
lative committees.

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