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Maryland Manual 1994-1995

ing State laws for the individual and the community.
All probationers must attend classes, which are held
in District Court rooms.
The School is funded entirely by Baltimore County
government. The Director and five Assistant Directors are
appointed to four-year terms by the Governor with Sen-
ate advice and consent (Code 1957, Art. 27, sec. 646).

LEAD PAINT POISONING
COMMISSION

Donald G. Gifford, Esq., Chairperson

Appointed by Governor (who names chair): Anne
Blumenberg, Esq.; Francis X. Borgerding, Esq.; R. Bruce
Campbell; J. Julian Chisolm, Jr., MD.; William Allen
Clark; John B. Colvin; Walter G. Farr, Jr., Esq.; Robert
S. Feinberg, Ph.D.; Homer C. LaRue, Esq.; Stewart
Levitas; Lawrence S. Wissow, MD. Terms expire 1994.

Ex officio: David A. C. Carroll, Secretary of the
Environment; Polly B. Harrison, M.D., designee of
Secretary of Health & Mental Hygiene; Patricia J.
Payne, designee of Secretary of Housing &
Community Development.

Lisa Kershner, Executive Director

Shaw House
513 West Lombard St., 1st floor
Baltimore, MD 21201 (410) 706-1756

In 1992, the Lead Paint Poisoning Commission was
created (Chapter 406, Acts of 1992). The Commission
is to recommend ways to prevent lead poisoning;
preserve safe, affordable housing; and compensate and
rehabilitate persons injured by elevated blood lead
levels. The Commission also will recommend how to
protect property owners from excessive damage claims
for lead poisoning; provide for inspecting and reme-
diating rental units found to have lead paint; and fund
compensation and prevention.
Appointed by the Governor, the Commission has
fifteen members. Three serve ex officio. Authorization for
the Commission continues until June 30,1994 (Code
Environment Article, secs. 6-801 through 6-809).

THE MARYLAND
LEGAL SERVICES CORPORATION

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Benjamin L. Cardin, Chairperson, 1995

Appointed by Governor with Senate advice & consent:
David W. Densford, 1994; Christopher J. Fritz,
1994; Sally C. Milleman, 1994; Everett Lallis, Jr.,
1995; Virginia Johnson Soden, R.N., 1995;
Michele D. Hotten, Esq., 1996; David P. Kennedy.
Esq., 1996; Javier Mijares, 1996.

Robert J. Rhudy, Executive Director

Independent Agencies /521

Charles Towers
15 Charles Plaza, Suite 102
Baltimore, MD 21201 (410) 576-9494
toll free: 1-800-492-1340

MANDATED REPORTS

Annual Report to Governor & General Assembly to
be published.

The Maryland Legal Services Corporation was
established in 1982 (Chapter 829, Acts of 1982). The
Corporation receives and distributes funds for legal aid
to eligible clients in noncriminal proceedings or mat-
ters. The Corporation ensures that grants and con-
tracts are made so as to provide the most stable,
economical and effective delivery of legal assistance. It
also ensures that eligible clients in all areas of the State
have access to the Corporation's services.
The Corporation establishes maximum income
levels for client eligibility. These are based on a client's
financial inability to pay for competent private counsel
and other necessary expenses of representation. Maxi-
mum income levels for eligibility set by the Corpora-
tion may not exceed 50 percent of the median family
income for Maryland, as certified annually by the U.S.
Department of Health and Human Services.
The Corporation's Board of Directors is com-
prised of five lawyers and four nonlawyers. They are
appointed to three-year terms by the Governor
with Senate advice and consent. The Board ap-
points the Executive Director who serves ex officio
as a nonvoting Board member (Code 1957, Art. 10,
secs. 45A through 45-0).

COMMISSION TO SAVE THE
LIGHTHOUSES

W. Ray Huff, Chairperson

Appointed by Governor: Helen D. Bentley; Shirley J.
Brewer; William Tilghman Hemsley; Steny H.
Hoyer; J. Rodney Little; Stanley Thomas
Ruchlewicz; Robert D. Sallitt; Anthony F.
Sarcone; Russell Lee Spangler; Donna M. Ware.

Appointed by Senate President: Philip C. Jimeno; J.
Lowell Stoltzfus.

Appointed by House Speaker Peter G. Callas; W. Ray Huff;
Designated by U.S. Coast Guard: Lt. Thomas Flynn

Ex officio: Bruce A. Gilmore, designee of Secretary
of Natural Resources

Staff: Margaret G. McHale

c/o Department of Legislative Reference
90 State Circle
Annapolis, MD 21401 (410) 841-3870

MANDATED REPORTS

Report to Governor & General Assembly due July 1, 1996.

 



 
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