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36 S. Charles St.
Baltimore, MD 21201 625-0051

Created in 1984, the Maryland Economic
Development Corporation is a public instrumen-
tality of the Stare (Chapter 498, Acts of 1984). The
Corporation enables the State to develop property
for economic purposes. To serve the public interest,
the Corporation develops vacant or unused in-
dustrial sites and facilities and other economic
resources in which the private sector has shown no
significant interest or development capability
The Corporation operates in economically dis-
tressed areas of the State. It assists State and local
economic development agencies in their efforts to
expand, modernize, and retain businesses, as well as
to attract new ones.
The Board of Directors is appointed by the
Governor with Senate advice and consent. It con-
sists of twelve members, including two ex officio
voting members. Members serve four-year terms.
With the Governor's approval, the Board appoints
the Executive Director (Code 1957, Art. 83A, sees.
5-101 through 5-116).


Herbert H. Fincher, Chairperson

Representing Maryland Higher Education
Commission: Elmer B. Kaelin; Quentin W. Lawson;
Constance Cornell Stuart.

Representing State Board of Education: Robert C.
Embry; Benjamin Swinson.

Exoffido: vacancy, State Superintendent of Schools;
Shaila R. Aery, Secretary of Higher Education.

c/o Maryland Higher Education Commission
16 Francis St.
Annapolis, MD 21401 974-2971

The Education Coordinating Committee was
created in 1976 (Chapter 538, Acts of 1976). The
Committee coordinates the policies and activities of
the State Board of Education, the Stare Superinten-
dent of Schools, the Maryland Higher Education
Commission, and the Secretary of Higher Educa-
tion. The Committee studies and makes recommen-
dations regarding educational policies that concern
or affect elementary secondary or higher education.
The Committee is comprised of eight members:
three members of the State Board of Education
selected by its president; three members of the
Maryland Higher Education Commission selected by
the Commission's chairperson; the State Superintendent
of Schools; and the Secretary of Higher Education
(Code Education Article, sees. 24-101 through 24-107).



James W. Johnson, Jr., Chairperson

Appointed by Governor with Senate advice & consent:
Margarette E. Crowder; Solomon N. Hoke;
Barbara B. Kendall; Peggy Rae Pavlat. Terms expire

Gene M. Raynor, State Administrator of Election
Laws, 1993
Marvin L. Meyn, DeputyAdministrator

PO. Box 231
11 Bladen St.
Annapolis, MD 21404 974-3711
toll free: 1-800-222-VOTE
TDD for Deaf: 1-800-492-5062

BUDGET (CODE 23.09.01)

FY1991 Total Appropriation $1,721,809
General Funds .................. $1,720,789
Special Funds ..................$ 1,020
FY1991 Total Authorized Positions ....... 17.4


Annual Report to General Assembly with
recommendations fir changes in the Election Code
to assure its uniform administration and to
improve procedures.



Gene M. Raynor (appointed by Governor)
........................... .974-3711


Marvin L. Meyn, Deputy Administrater
........................ .974-3711


Rebecca M. Babinec, Director .... .974-3711

Created in 1969, the Scare Administrative
Board of Election Laws supervises the conduct of
voter registration and elections in the State
(Chapter 555, Acts of 1969). The Board adopts
rules and regulations to help local boards of
supervisors of elections with elections, voting,
and voter registration. The Board reviews, ap-
proves, certifies, and decertifies voting systems
and adopts regulations relating to them. The
Board also administers the Fair Election Practices
Act, which regulates the financing of campaigns
for State and county offices. In addition, the
Board serves as a depository for election records
and other relevant election information.
The law mandates additional duties for the
Board. In odd-numbered years, the Board convenes
a meeting with all members of boards of supervisors


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