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Maryland Manual 1994-1995

Appointed by the Governor, the Commission
consists of up to twenty-one members. The Secre-
tary of State serves as chairperson.

GOVERNOR'S
MOTOR CARRIER TASK FORCE
FOR SAFETY & UNIFORMITY

Chairperson: O. James Lighthizer, Secretary of
Transportation

Appointed by Governor (who names chair): Rita Bontz;
Donald M. Bowman; Patrick B. Bozel; Richard A.
Carey; Harvey Clearwater; Capt. Raymond D.
Cotton; Anthony Dell'Isola; Maj. Richard Janney;
Claude M Ligon, Ph.D.; Kenneth L. Pierson; D.
Bruce Poole; W. Marshall Rickert; William L.
Rohrbaugh; Ida G. Ruben; Walter C. Thompson;
George W. Woods; Thomas M. Yeager.

Mail Stop 200, P.O. Box 8755
c/o Dept. of Transportation
BWI Airport, MD 21240—0755
(410) 859-7397

In April 1989, the Governor's Motor Carrier
Task Force for Safety and Uniformity was ap-
pointed by the Governor as the successor to the
Governor's Task Force on Uniform Motor Carrier
Procedures, and the Truck Safety Task Force. The
Task Force studies procedures for taxation, regis-
tration, and administrative regulation of heavy
trucks and buses. It develops procedures that are
simple and uniform, while ensuring safety and
payment of a fair share of highway user costs by
commercial vehicles.
Task Force members represent elected and ap-
pointed State officials, the motor carrier industry,
labor, and the public.

MOTOR CARRIER INDUSTRY ADVISORY
COMMITTEE
J. Sean Callahan, Chairperson
(410) 859-7397

Appointed by Chairperson, Governor's Motor Carrier
Task Force for Safety & Uniformity:
D. L. Alberti;
Chris Balodemas; Rita Bontz; Donald M.
Bowman; Edward A. Gallagher IV; Edwin F. Hale;
Eugene Higgins; Thomas March; H. Glenn Miller;
John C. Miller; William Orner; Ray Poussard;
Robert Proctor; Ty Pruitt; Peter Ramaley; William
L. Rohrbaugh; Robert J. Smith; Gordon
Westkamp; Rebecca Hahn Windsor.

The Motor Carrier Industry Advisory Commit-
tee, representing carriers and industry interests,
serves as an advisory body to the Motor Carrier Task
Force for Safety and Uniformity.

Executive Commissions /589

MARYLAND ADVISORY BOARD OF THE
NATIONAL HISTORICAL
PUBLICATIONS & RECORDS
COMMISSION

Chairperson: Edward C. Papenfuse, Ph.D., State
Historical Records Coordinator

Appointed by Governor: Ann Stewart Gwyn, 1989;
William B. Keller, 1989; Burton K. Kummerow,
Ph.D., 1989; Jack P. Greene, Ph.D., 1990; Roland
C. McConnell, Ph.D., 1990; George H. Callcott,
Ph.D., 1991; Richard J. S. Dodds, 1991; Joanne
S. Manwaring, 1991; one vacancy.

Douglas P. McElrath, Deputy Coordinator

c/o State Archives
350 Rowe Blvd.
Annapolis, MD 21401 (410) 974-3915

In 1976, the Governor appointed the Maryland
Advisory Board of the National Historical Publica-
tions and Records Commission to carry out the
historical records program of the National Histori-
cal Publications and Records Commission. The
program is a cooperative effort of the Commission,
state records coordinators, state advisory boards,
and institutions and organizations throughout the
country concerned with the records of the nation.
The National Historical Publications and Re-
cords Commission encourages government and pri-
vate organizations to preserve and make available
for use those records that further an appreciation
and understanding of American history. In addition
to supporting projects that directly relate to a body
of records, the Commission also may support pro-
jects to promote cooperative efforts among institu-
tions and organizations and improve the
knowledge, performance, and professional skills of
those who work with historical records.
In Maryland, the Commission funded a records
assessment and reporting project to evaluate how
institutions care for and provide access to the State's
historical records. Those assessments, with recom-
mendations, were published as Maryland's Record
Heritage: Assessing Needs and Opportunities
(1991).
Guidelines and Procedures: Applications and
Grants,
a pamphlet describing the program, is avail-
able upon request.
Appointed by the Governor, the Maryland Advi-
sory Board consists of at least seven members, includ-
ing the State Historical Records Coordinator who
serves as chairperson. Members serve three-year
terms. They represent archival and research institu-
tions and organizations in Maryland. The State His-
torical Records Coordinator is the State Archivist.

 



 
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