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Maryland Manual 1994-1995

Phillips; John N. Prevas; Robert L. Raleigh, M.D.;
Marvin Redmond; Leonard R. Sachs; Mitchell Smith;
Sherman M. Y. Yen, Ph.D.; thirteen vacancies.

Appointed by Senate President: Clarence W. Blount;
Decatur W. Trotter.

Appointed by House Speaker: Ethel A. Murray; one vacancy.

Ex officio: J. Joseph Curran, Jr., Attorney General;
Charles L. Benton, Jr., Secretary of Budget & Fiscal
Planning; Mark L. Wasserman, Secretary of Economic
& Employment Development; Nelson J. Sabatini,
Secretary of Health & Mental Hygiene; Jacqueline H.
Rogers, Secretary of Housing & Community
Development; Carolyn W. Colvin, Secretary of
Human Resources; Mary Ann Saar, Secretary of
Juvenile Services; Torrey C. Brown, M.D., Secretary
of Natural Resources; Joseph Adler, Secretary of
Personnel; Bishop L. Robinson, Secretary of Public
Safety & Correctional Services; O. James Lighthizer,
Secretary of Transportation; Nancy S. Grasmick,
Ph.D., State Superintendent of Schools, & Special
Secretary for Children, Youth, & Families; Shaila R.
Aery, Secretary of Higher Education; Stephen E.
Harris, Esq., Public Defender.


Floyd O. Pond, Executive Director (410) 321-3521

Eric Johnson, Chairperson

Appointed by Governor.

From Central Maryland: Josh Beverley;
Traci Bumgarner; Nathan Essey; Daria
Kramer; Kevin Montgomery; Cinque
Parker; Elizabeth Payne; Jennifer Schmitt;
Elde Wong.
From Eastern Shore: Bianca Banks; Robin
Beach; Julie Bilbrough; Erneshia Brice;
Jason Chance; Holly Cotton; Carrie
Crockett; Tashanika Demby; Raymond
Gattis; Eric Johnson; Allyson Moore;
Davis S. Ostwind; Holly Rice; Towanda
Showell; Megan Spurry; Justin Stafford.
From Northern Maryland: Erin Brilhart;
Heather Devilbiss; Sara Dexter -Thornton;
Marquies Gray; Kwai McBride; Courtney
Mika; Aimee Peterson; Charilyn Pointer;
Laura Stridiron.
From Southern Maryland: Michelle Bailey;
Jesse Hamilton; Nora Khalili; Heather
McGary; Phillip Stamper; Jackie Vreatt.
From Western Maryland: Jennifer Beverlin;
Sarah Bosley; Jodie Cook; Elisa Levin;
Michael J. O'Brien, Jr.; Krisrin Yoder.
At Large: Larry Brown; Nikki Hall;
William Lancaster.

Gregory J. Leyko. ........ (410)321-3525

Ellen Gibson-Adler . . . (410) 321-3521

Judy Green ......... (410) 321-3521

Larry Dawson ....... (410) 321-3521

Melody Ann McCoy , . (410) 321-3521

Lawrence J. Strickler . . (410) 321-3521

Executive Commissions /593

The Governor created the Governor's Drug and
Alcohol Abuse Commission in February 1989 within
the Executive Office of the Governor (Executive Or-
der 01.01.1989.04). In August and October 1991,
the Governor reorganized the Commission (Execu-
tive Orders 01.01.1991.27; 01.01.1991.31).
The Commission, in October 1989, submitted
to the Governor a comprehensive and integrated
plan for reducing illegal drug-related activities and
drug and alcohol abuse in Maryland. Annually, the
Commission updates the plan for the Governor, the
General Assembly, and the public. The plan pro-
vides for a central information center on drug and
alcohol abuse where data is collected, stored, ana-
lyzed, and distributed to federal, State and local
government agencies. The plan also indicates how
best to formulate policy to prevent and control
illegal drug activities and drug and alcohol abuse.
On a continuing basis, the Commission consults
with representatives of local governments and the
private sector to assure that State, local and private
resources are effectively used in preparation of the
comprehensive plan. Regional and county core
groups help coordinate efforts. Each group consists
of the local superintendent of schools, local health
officer, and local chief of police or sheriff.
The Commission compiles an inventory of avail-
able drug and alcohol abuse services, both public
and private, and annually reports to the Governor
on the status of efforts to reduce illegal drug-related
activities and drug and alcohol abuse in Maryland.
The Commission also consults with the Maryland
Juvenile Justice Advisory Council; Governor's Ad-
visory Board for Justice Assistance; Drug and Alco-
hol Abuse Prevention and Education Program
Advisory Council of the State Department of Edu-
cation; Governor's Executive Advisory Council;
State Advisory Council on Drug and Alcohol
Abuse; Governor's Office of Justice Administra-
tion; and the Governor's Youth Drug and Alcohol
Abuse Commission. The Commission is required to
consider implementing drug and alcohol preven-
tion initiatives suggested by the Youth Commission
and solicit Youth Commission advice on prevention
On the Commission are two senators appointed
by the Senate President; two delegates appointed
by the House Speaker; and sixteen members who
serve ex officio. The remaining members are ap-
pointed by the Governor. The Chairperson of the
Governor's Council on Substance Abuse, Tubercu-
losis, and AIDS serves as Chairperson of the Com-
mission. The Governor appoints the Executive
Director, who is assisted by at least one member of
each department and agency whose head serves on
the Commission.


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