The Authority working in close cooperation
with the Greater Baltimore Committee, is continu-
ing its efforts to secure a National Football League
expansion franchise for Baltimore.
Subject to approval by the Board of Public
Works, the Authority may hold an ownership inter-
est in and operate a professional football or major
league professional baseball team or team franchise,
on a temporary basis, during a transition of the team
or team franchise to private ownership.
The Authority is a public corporation of
Maryland and may issue tax-exempt bonds for
financing its operations. Proceeds from the sale of
Authority bonds and revenues collected or received
from any other source, including a tax on gate
receipts at the facility are deposited in the Maryland
Stadium Authority Financing Fund. The Fund is a
revolving fund for carrying out the purposes of the
The Authority consists of five members ap-
pointed to four-year terms by the Governor with
Senate advice and consent. The Governor desig-
nates the chairperson. With the approval of the
Governor, the Authority appoints the Executive
Director, who serves at its pleasure (Code Financial
Institutions Article, sees. 13-701 through 13-722).
MARYLAND STATE EMPLOYEES
SURETY BOND COMMITTEE
Ex officio: Lucille Maurer, State Treasurer; Louis L.
Goldstein, Comptroller of the Treasury; J. Joseph
Curran, Jr., Attorney General.
c/o State Treasurer
Goldstein Treasury Building
60 Calvert St.
Annapolis, MD 21401 974-3533
The Maryland State Employees Surety Bond
Committee was created in 1967 (Chapter 702, Acts
of 1967). The Committee sets the type and the
amount of the bonds of all State officers and
employees who are required to be bonded. The
Comptroller of the Treasury keeps the records of
bonded State officers and employees.
The Committee is comprised of three ex officio
members or their designees (Code 1957, Art. 78A,
STATE HOUSE TRUST
Chairperson: Melvin A. Steinberg, Lieutenant
Governor, dcsignce of Governor
Ex officio: Thomas V. Mike Miller, Jr., Senate
President; R. ClaytonMitchcll, Jr., House Speaker;
J. Rodney Little, designee of Chairperson,
Maryland Historical Trust.
Nonvoting associates: William Voss Elder III; Orwin
Architectural consultant: Historic American
Secretary: Dr. Edward C. Papenfuse, State Archivist
350 Rowe Blvd.
Annapolis, MD 21401 974-3914
The State House Trust was created in 1969 to
oversee the area inside State Circle in Annapolis,
including the State House. This oversight extends
to the use of buildings and grounds and any exhibits
on display there (Chapter 199, Acts of 1969). The
Trust supervises all improvements, alterations, ad-
ditions, landscaping, and repairs within that area.
The Trust consists of four ex officio members (or
their designees) who serve as trustees. Members of
the Trust may appoint from one to three nonvoting
associate members who are qualified by experience
and interest in historical preservation. The Trust
retains an architect as a consultant (Code State
Government Article, sees. 9-501 through 9-506).
OFFICE OF STATE PROSECUTOR
Stephen Montanarelli, State Prosecutor, 1989
One Investment Place, Suite 100
Towson, MD 21204-4120 321-4067
BUDGET (CODE 22.04.00)
FY1991 Total Appropriation ....... .$744,411
General Funds ................... .$744,411
FY1991 Total Authorized Positions ........ 12
Annual Report to Governor, Attorney General &
Stephen Montanarelli (appointed by Governor upon
nomination of State Prosecutor Selection &
Disabilities Commission) ............. .321-4067
SENIOR ASSISTANT STATE PROSECUTORS
Thomas M. McDonough ...........321-4067
Scott E. Nevin ...................321-4067
ASSISTANT STATE PROSECUTORS
James I. Cabezas ..................321-4067
The Office of the State Prosecutor was estab-
lished by Constitutional amendment ratified by the
voters in November 1976 (Chapter 612, Acts of
1976). The Office began operation January 1977.
The Office is an independent unit within the Office
of the Attorney General.