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Marvin Logan,Actinfi Vice-President for
StmUntAffims ............. 396-0065


Bette Holley, Vice-Presidentfor Institutional
Planning & Advancement ..... 396-4944


Marsha VMck,Actinff Vice-President for
Administration ............. 396-0439

The New Community College of Baltimore was
formed in 1990 as a State institution of higher
education (Chapter 220, Acts of 1990).
The College offers associate degree and certifi-
cate programs in more than thirty fields, including
computer information, electronics, nursing, busi-
ness, allied health, legal assisting, and office tech-
nology In addition to job training and transfer
programs, the College offers extensive noncredit
programs in basic literacy, G.E.D. preparation,
English as a second language, as well as courses for
senior citizens. The College also works to meet the
needs of Baltimore employers through courses and
programs at its downtown Business and Industry
With a faculty of 111 full-time and over 500
part-time instructors, the College annually serves
more than 8,000 students at the Liberty Heights
campus, the Harbor campus, and many sites
throughout Baltimore.
The College is governed by a nine-member
Board of Trustees, appointed by the Governor with
Senate advice and consent. Eight members serve
three-year terms through June 30,1993. A student
member serves a one-year term. The Board of Trus-
tees appoints the President of the College (Code
Education Article, sees. 16-601 through 16-610).


Chairperson: Melvin A. Steinberg, Lieutenant

Appointed by Governor: Henry A. Rosenberg, Jr.,
1996; Jacques T. Schlenger, 1996; Shale D. Stiller,

Nonvotinff member appointed by Senate President:
Barbara A. Hodman

Nonvotin^f member appointed by House Speaker:
Samuel I. Rosenberg

Ex officio: Charles L. Benton, Jr., Secretary of
Budget & Fiscal Planning; Shaila R. Aery,
Secretary of Higher Education.

Office of the Lieutenant Governor
State House
Annapolis, MD 21401 974-2804

Independent Agendes/531


Annual Report to Governor, Senate Budget & Taxation
Committee, House Appropriations Committee, &
Department of Fiscal Services due Aug. 1.

Created in 1990, the Peabody Institute Over-
sight Committee recommends cost reductions and
revenue enhancements to stabilize and improve the
financial condition of Peabody Institute, the music
conservatory located in Baltimore City (Chapter
267, Acts of 1990). The Committee proposes the
level of State funding to be appropriated for the
Institute. The Committee also recommends what
amount of State funds should be disbursed to the
Institute every six months.
The Committee consists of nine members. Four
are appointed by the Governor. The Senate Presi-
dent appoints a senator and the House Speaker
appoints a delegate as nonvoting members. The
Lieutenant Governor chairs the Committee, and
the Secretary of Budget and Fiscal Planning, and
the Secretary of Higher Education serve ex officio
(Code State Finance and Procurement Article, sees.
7-317 through 7-323).


John M. Glynn, People's Counsel

American Building
231 E. Baltimore St.
Baltimore, MD 21202 333-6046

BUDGET fCODE 22.08.00)
FY1991 Total Appropriation ...... $2,072,363
General Funds .................. $2,072,363
FY1991 Total Authorized Positions ........ 15



John M. Glynn (appointed by Governor with Senate
advice & consent) ....................333-6046

Paul S. BucUey, Assistant People's Counsel
Cynthia J. Ricly, Consumer Liaison ... .333-6046

Frederick H. Hoover, Jr., AssistantPeople's
Counsel ......................333-6046
Cynthia J. Ricly, Consumer Liaison ... .333-6046

Donald F. Rogers, Assistant People's Counsel


Ann Elizabeth Sistek,Administratw .. .333-6046

The People's Counsel represents the interests of
residential consumers of gas, electric, telephone,
sewer and water services, and noncommercial users
of regulated transportation industries. The People's
Counsel appears before the Public Service Commis-


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