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effects of amateur and professional sports franchises
in Maryland. The Commission also encourages the
promotion and development of amateur and
professional sports in the State. In addition, the
Commission serves as an advisory board to the
Secretary of Economic and Employment Develop-
ment.
The Commission's seventeen members are ap-
pointed to three-year terms by the Governor in
consultation with the Secretary of Economic and
Employment Development. Six members represent
amateur and professional sports in Maryland; three
represent State and local government; and four
represent the public. Two members are State
Senators selected by the Senate President and two
are members of the House of Delegates chosen by
the House Speaker. The Governor designates the
chairperson and vice-chairperson (Code 1957, Art.
83A, sees. 4-401 through 4-406).

DIVISION OF EMPLOYMENT &
TRAINING

Charles Middlebrooks, Assistant Secretary

1100 N. Eucaw St.
Baltimore, MD 21201 333-5070
TTY for Deaf: 333-5518

The Division of Employment and Training
originated in 1983 as the Department of Employ-
ment and Training (Chapter 64, Acts of 1983). In
1987, the Department of Employment and Train-
ing was abolished and its functions were assigned
to the Division of Employment and Training within
the Department of Economic and Employment
Development (Chapter 311, Acts of 1987). The
Division coordinates the State's public and private
resources for employment and job training (Code
1957, Art. 83A, sees. 3-101 through 3-408).
Within the Division are three offices: Employ-
ment Training, Employment Services, and Un-
employment Insurance. The Division also
administers local offices in each county

STATE ADVISORY COUNCIL
William R. Bowman, Ph.D., Chairperson, 1994

Appointed by Secretary of Economic & Employment
Development with Governor's approval: Ronald L.
Adier, 1991; Michael Dorsey, 1991; Louise
Laurence, 1991; Samuel W. Christine III, 1993;
Robert L. Crosslin, 1993; Ernest R. Greece, 1993;
Janis M. Lefcridge, 1993; Edward A. Mohler,
1993; Stephen J. K. Walters, 1993; Scott S.
Menzies, 1994.

333-5307

The State Advisory Council, also known as the
Unemployment Insurance Advisory Council, helps

the Secretary of Economic and Employment
Development formulate policies and resolve
problems concerning administration of the Un-
employment Insurance Law. The Secretary ap-
points the Council, which consists of an equal
number of employer and employee representatives
and as many public members as needed (Code
1957, Art. 95A, sec. 12).

BOARD OF APPEALS
Thomas W. Keech, Chairperson, 1993

Appointed by Secretary of Economic & Employment
Development with Governor's approval: Hazel A.
Warnick, 1991; Donna P. Watts, 1995.

Paul Zimmerman, Appeals Counsel

HOON.EutawSt.
Baltimore, MD 21201 383-5032

The Board of Appeals, also known as the Un-
employment Insurance Board of Appeals, hears
appeals on claims for unemployment insurance
benefits. It also hears appeals that arise under the
tax provisions of the Unemployment Insurance
Law and other matters that require appellate ad-
judication, such as appeals associated with the
Migrant and Seasonal Farm Worker Program.
Under the Board's jurisdiction is the Appeals
Division. The Division conducts hearings on all
claimants' or employers' appeals from unemploy-
ment insurance claims determinations in the
Department's local offices. Claimants may appeal
determinations disqualifying them for benefits, and
employers may appeal determinations allowing
benefits. An appeals referee hears all such appeals.
Any aggrieved parry may appeal to the Board. Final
appellate recourse is to the courts of Maryland.
The Board's three members are appointed for
six-year terms by the Secretary of Economic and
Employment Development with the approval of
the Governor (Code 1957, Art. 95A, sees. 7,11).

OFFICE OF EMPLOYMENT TRAINING

Audrey S. Theis, Executive Director

HOON.EutawSt.
Baltimore, MD 21201 333-5718

The Office of Employment Training, formerly
the Job Training and Placement Division, ad-
ministers programs authorized by the federal Job
Training Partnership Act. Under the federal Act, the
State administers employment and training
programs operated within Maryland for economi-
cally disadvantaged adults and youth, and dislo-
cated workers. Programs encompass vocational
training counseling, and on-the-job training, as
well as summer programs for youth. They also .
include those operated by local service delivery
areas/private industry councils (SDA/PIC).

 



 
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