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Created in 1990, the Community Reinvestment
Board manages the Community Reinvestment
Fund (Chapter 224, Acts of 1990). The Fund is a
private, independent legal entity Assisted by the
Department of Housing and Community Develop-
ment, the Fund supports: 1) affordable housing for
limited-income households; 2) capital, operating.
and other credit needs of small businesses; and 3)
capital, operating and other credit needs of in-
dividuals, community organizations, and businesses
which serve or are located in communities that
urgently need reinvestment due to deteriorating
social or economic conditions. The Board will raise
funds for its activities from participating Maryland
financial institutions.
The Board consists of at least seventeen trustees.
The Governor initially appoints at least fifteen trus-
tees. Subsequent appointments are governed by the
organizational documents of the Fund. The
Secretary of Housing and Community Develop-
ment and the Secretary of Economic and Employ-
ment Development, or their designees, serve ex
officio as nonvoting trustees (Code 1957, Art. 83B,
sees. 10-101 through 10-111).


Robert B. Harrison III, Chairperson, 1995

Appointed by Governor (who also designates chair) with
Senate advice & consent: Neal E. Malone, 1992;
Sheldon H. Press, 1994.

501 St. Paul Place, Suite 1110
Baltimore, MD 21202 333-2840
TTY for Deaf, DC area: 565-0451
TTY for Deaf, statewide: 1-800-492-5062

BUDGET (CODE 23.19.00)

FY1991 Total Appropriation ........ $465,584
General Funds ................... $465,584
FY1991 Total Authorized Positions .......... 5

The Maryland State Board of Contract Appeals
was established in 1980 (Chapter 775, Acts of
1980). The Board, with expanded jurisdiction,
replaced the Department of Transportation Board
of Contract Appeals (Chapter 418, Acts of 1978).
The Maryland State Board of Contract Appeals
adjudicates disputes concerning the formation of
State contracts, except those for procurement of
architectural and engineering services. Contract
formation disputes pertain to the qualification of
bidders or offerers and the determination of the
successful bidder or offerer. The Board also adjudi-
cates disputes relating to a contract that has been
entered into by the State, including disagreements
about the performance, breach, modification, or
termination of a contract. Decisions of the Appeals

Board are subject to judicial review, and any ag-
grieved party, including a State agency may appeal
a final decision or any part thereof. At the request
of a party to a proceeding, die Board may subpoena
witnesses and documents and may compel the tes-
timony of witnesses.
Published opinions of the Board are available at
the Board's offices, Circuit Courts, and through the
Maryland Institute for the Continuing Professional
Education of Lawyers (MICPEL).
The Governor appoints the Board's three mem-
bers to five-year terms widi Senate advice and con-
sent. Members serve in a quasi-judicial capacity and
must have a thorough knowledge of procurement
practices and processes. They serve full-time and
receive compensation as provided for in the budget.
The chairperson is designated by the Governor
(Code State Finance and Procurement Article,
Division II, sec. 15-207).


Chairperson: Robert W. McKeever, Deputy State
Court Administrator

Appointed by Governor: Chief R. Edward Blessing;
Edward P. Jackson; Edward J. Kerns, Jr.;
Raymond M. Kight; Paul E. Leuba; Frank
Mazzone; William H. Niemeyer II; Major Peter C.
Snaulis; Dennis J. Weaver; Alexander Williams, Jr.

Appointed by Chief Judge, Court of Appeals: Suzanne
H. James; Margaret L. Koscritsky; Robert W.

Appointed by Senate President: Thomas M. Yeager
Appointed by House Speaker: Vacancy
Terms expire 1991.

Ex officio: ]. Joseph Curran, Jr., Attorney General;
Nancy J. Nowak, Executive Director, Governor's
Office of Justice Assistance; Dr. Charles A.
Wellford, Director, Maryland Justice Analysis
Center of the Institute of Criminal Justice &
Criminology, University of Maryland.

PO. Box 431
Annapolis, MD 21404 974-2141


Annual Report to Governor & General Assembly on
development and operation of Criminal Justice
Information System.

The Criminal Justice Information Advisory
Board was created in 1976 (Chapter 239, Acts of
1976). For budgetary and administrative purposes
only the Board is within the Department of Public
Safety and Correctional Services.


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