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scientists of other states or agendes in coordinating
approaches to common scientific problems.


Susan White-Bowden, Chairperson

Appointed by Governor (who also designates chair):
John Jay Bonstingi; Hal Donofrio; Thomas F.
Duley; William E. Ecker; Wayne F. Gersen; E.
EUsworth Inman, Ph.D.; Jacqueline L. Miller;
Joyce Raymond Phillip; Lawrence F. Pignone;
Peter R. Wilkes.

Ex officio: Nancy L. Murphy, designee of Senate
President; D. Bruce Poolc, designee of House
Speaker; J. Randall Evans, Secretary of Economic
& Employment Development; Nelson J. Sabacini,
Secretary of Health & Mental Hygiene; Jacqueline
H. Rogers, Secretary of Housing & Community
Development; Carolyn W. Colvin, Secretary of
Human Resources; Nancy S. Grasmick, Ph.D.,
Secretary of Juvenile Services; Hilda E. Ford,
Secretary of Personnel; Bishop L. Robinson,
Secretary of Public Safety & Correctional Services;
Nancy S. Grasmick, Ph.D., Acting Special Secretary
for Children, Youth & Families; Joseph L. Shilling,
Ph.D., State Superintendent of Schools; Shaila R.
Aery, Ed.D., Secretary of Higher Education;
Floraine Applefield, Director, Maryland You Are
Beautiful Program.

Dr. Charles Flatter, Executive Director

c/o Dept. of Human Development
Benjamin Building
University of Maryland College Park
College Park, MD 20742 405-2818

The Governor's Task Rwce on Self-Esteem was
established by the Governor in January 1990 (Execu-
tive Order 01.01.1989.16). The Task Force is to define
self-esteem, identify programs to foster it, recommend
new programs, and report annually to the Governor.
The Task Force will focus on devising programs
to raise self-esteem for State employees and elemen-
tary and secondary school students.
In February 1991, the Task Force's interim
report was submitted to the Governor.


Diane H. Ratcliff, Chairperson

Susan Russell, designee of Director on Aging; Jean
Jackson, designee of State Superintendent of
Schools; Cachy Lyie, designee of Director, Office
for Individuals with Disabilities; Hal Franklin,
designee of Secretary of Health & Mental Hygiene;

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Marilyn Jews, designee of Secretary of Human
Resources; Vanetta Crute, designee of Director of
Planning; Frederick P. Rappe, Jr., designee of
Secretary of Transportation.

c/o Capital & Statewide Programs
Mass Transit Administration
300 W Lexington St.
Baltimore, MD 21201 333-2993

The Interagency Committee on Specialized
Transportation was created in 1975 by Executive
Order (amended 1978, 1983).
The Committee developed a plan to administer
and use federal funds available under the Urban
Mass Transportation Act of 1964 (Section
16(B)(2)). These funds, administered by the State
Mass Transit Administration, provide capital assis-
tance for transportation services for handicapped
and elderly persons. The Committee coordinates
the work of State agencies providing these services.


Chris Holmes, Co-Chairperson
James Lyons, Co-Chairperson

Appointed by Governor: Charles Adams; Ralph
Adkins; Will Baker; John N. Bambacus; Kay
Bienen; Brad Borcner; John Braskey; Ira C. Cooke;
Ron Cousar; Sam Dyke; Ajax Eastman; George C.
Edwards; Russell Heyde; Samuel Q. Johnson III;
Hal Kassoff; Oilie Kitchen, Jr.; Ronald M.
Kreitner; Claire Lincoln; Frederick C. Malkus, Jr.;
Thomas V. Mike Miller, Jr.; R. Clayton Mitchell,
Jr.; Henry Parker; Arlyn Perkey; G. Steele Phillips;
Jim Richardson; James Roberts; Neil Simpson;
Robert Sheesley; Marshall Stacy; Richard
III; Leonard Wrabel.

Contact: David A. C. Carroll, Chesapeake Bay


c/o Office of the Governor
State House
Annapolis, MD 21401 974-3004

The Governor created the Task Force on Trees
and Forests in January 1990. The Task Force will
formulate a coordinated, statewide strategy to
protect and enhance Maryland forests and promote
good land stewardship.
Appointed by the Governor, the Task Force
consists of thirty-six members who represent the
General Assembly, forestry professionals, forest in-
dustry employees, developers, educators,
academicians, and conservationists.
The Task Force presented a draft report at the
Governor's Conference on Trees and Forests in May
1990. In November 1990, the Task Force sub-


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