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Maryland Manual 1994-1995


Henry B. Heller, Chairperson

Appointed by Governor (who names chair): Elizabeth
Arnold-Williams; Dr. Gloria S. Bolds; Ronald I.
Caplan; Lamonte E. Cooke; Karen Czapanskiy, Esq.;
Clara B. Floyd; Evelyn B. Holman, Ph.D.; Oscar T.
Jobe; Michele O. Prumo, R.N.; Susan S. Shin.

Appointed by Senate President: Arthur Dorman
Appointed by House Speaker. Henry B. Heller

Ex officio: Calvin D. Street, designee of Secretary of
Human Resources; Carolyn D. Copenheaver,
designee of Secretary of Juvenile Services; Lamont
W. Flanagan, Esq., designee of Secretary of Public
Safety & Correctional Services; Linda T. Roebuck,
designee of State Superintendent of Schools; Susan
Kleinberg, Ph.D., Director, Office for Children,
Youth, & Families.

Contact: Linda T. Roebuck

c/o School Improvement Office
State Dept. of Education
200 West Baltimore St., 4th floor
Baltimore, MD 21201 (410) 333-8016

The Governor's Commission on Disruptive
Youth was formed by the Governor in October
1993 at the request of the General Assembly (Ex-
ecutive Orders 01.01.1993.26/32; Joint Resolu-
tion no. 6, Acts of 1993).
The Commission is examining the problems of
disruptive students and their effect on teachers,
classmates, schools, parents, and communities. The
Commission will consider changes in law and in the
systems of human services and education. A final
report to the Governor is due October 1,1994.


Chairperson: W. Marshall Rickert, Administrator,
Motor Vehicle Administration

Dennis R. Atkins; Peter C. Cobb; Carole F. Hinkel;
Melvin Holmes; C. Wayne Kempske; W. Roland
Knapp; Ronald D. Lipps; Howard B. Merker;
Eugene Peterson; Ruth A. Phillips; Annette
Rentz-Petit; Valerie Serio; John E. Smialek, M.D.;
Deborah Somerville; Col. Larry W. Tolliver; T.
William Tower II; Sandra Usher; James N. Vaughan;
Charles F. Wellford, Ph.D.; Victoria D. Whitlock.

c/o Motor Vehicle Administration
6601 Ritchie Highway, N.E.
Glen Burnie. MD 21062 (410) 768-7274

Executive Commissions / 585

Initiated in May 1987, the Governor's Executive
Committee on Drunk and Drugged Drivers is com-
prised of representatives from State agencies. These
include State Department of Education and the
Departments of Health and Mental Hygiene, Juve-
nile Services, Public Safety and Correctional Serv-
ices, and Transportation; the District Court of
Maryland; the University of Maryland System; and
other government agencies with programs for im-
paired drivers. The Committee focuses on deter-
rence, adjudication, and treatment of drunk and
drugged drivers; law enforcement; and public in-
formation and education programs. It collects data,
identifies and defines safety problems, and assesses
programs and counrermeasures. The Committee
also promotes interagency cooperation. Peri-
odically, the Committee makes program and policy
recommendations to the Governor.


Herbert D. Coss, Jr., Chairperson

Appointed by Governor (who names chair): Lucille Clift
Brogden; Mary Corrigan D'Ambrogi; Susan T.
Elliott; Brian E. Frosh; Steven R. Gay; J. Patrick Gill;
Robert C. Grantley; Leo E. Green; Lawrence J.
Hayward; Marcel E. Henry; Patricia S. Lane; Carlo
LaPorta; Alan S. Miller; Louise M. Morman; R. O.
Niedomanski; Michael T. Panich; Andrew J. Parker,
Jr.; Roger D. Redden, Esq.; Jean W. Roesser;
Winfield E. Rogers; Drusilla Schmidt-Perkins;
Charles E. Scott; David W. Thomas; William J. Weder
II; Suellen S. Weisberg; William I. Weston, Esq.

Contact: Gerald L. Thorpe, Ph.D.

c/o Maryland Energy Administration
45 Calvert St.
Annapolis, MD 21401 (410) 974-3751

The Governor authorized the Governor's Energy
Task Force by letter of 5 August 1991. The Governor
asked the Task Force to consider the policy recommen-
dations and implementation strategies of the Mary-
land Energy Summit convened by the Governor on
May 21, 1991. The Task Force was to formulate
energy initiatives for Maryland.
In December 1992, the Task Force submitted a
final report, Strategic Energy Plan for Maryland. In
accordance with Task Force recommendations, the
General Assembly enacted and the Governor signed
several bills in 1993. These included House Bill 930
on State Finance and Procurement—Energy Conser-
vation (Chapter 338, Acts of 1993); House Bill 1361
on Sales and Use Tax—Clean-Burning Fuel Vehicles
(Chapter 603, Acts of 1993); Senate Bill 773 on
Property Tax—Exemption—Refueling Equipment or
Machinery (Chapter 269, Acts of 1993); and Senate
Bill 775 on Motor Fuel Tax—Clean-Burning Fuels


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