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Maryland Manual 1994-1995

To commemorate the quincentenary of the encoun-
ter of Christopher Columbus with the new world,
the Commission sponsored three main programs.
In October 1990, an educational seminar was held
in Baltimore to plan the "Encounter Kit," a quin-
centenary curriculum for public school students. In
1992, an ecological program, "1,992 Encounters
with the Chesapeake," included a visit by the Span-
ish caravelles, the Nina, the Pinta, and the Santa
in the spring; a visit of the "tall ships" that
summer; and the 3rd Annual Columbus Cup sailing
race in October. A Native American exposition was
held also in October 1992 at College Park. In addition,
the Commission provided Maryland's representation
on the national Christopher Columbus Quincentenary

The final report of the Commission is expected in
April 1994.


Ralph E. Eshelman, Ph.D., Co-Chairperson
David B. Weishampel, Ph.D., Co-Chairperson

Appointed by Governor (who named co-chairs): Jose
Luis Barata; Sally Edgerton Bell; David J. Bohaska;
Mark S. Corneal; Richard J. Dolesh; Barbara L.
Hopkins; Nicholas Hotton III, Ph.D.; Arnold W.
Norden; Gregory S. Paul; Martha L. Roark; Judith
S. Sachwald; Mitchell J. Sadoff; Kenneth A.
Schwarz; Matthew D. Snyderman; Martin W.
Tillett; William E. Trumbull. Terms expire 1993.

Preston Point
Lusby, MD 20657 (301) 326-4877

The Governor formed the Governor's Advisory
Committee on Promoting Paleontology in Septem-
ber 1992. The Committee was to develop and
implement a plan to identify Maryland's fossil re-
sources and their scientific significance. The Com-
mittee also was to set criteria for establishing
partnerships between the public and private sectors
to make these paleontological resources available to
the citizens of Maryland.

The Committee reported its recommendations in
October 1993.


Ameen I. Ramzy, M.D., Chairperson
Contact: John M. Murphy

c/o Maryland Institute for Emergency Medical
22 South Greene St.
Baltimore, MD 21201—1595 (410) 706-0470

The Committee last met in 1988.

Executive Commissions /603


Robert M. Goldman, Esq., Chairperson
Staff: Charles H. Tregoe

c/o Division of Drug Control
Community Health Surveillance & Laboratories
Dept. of Health & Mental Hygiene
4201 Patterson Ave., 4th floor
Baltimore, MD 21215 (410) 764-2890

On February 27,1991, the Commission made recom-
mendations to the Secretary of Health and Mental
Hygiene concerning the State's efforts to reduce the
diversion, abuse, and misuse of prescription drugs.


William K. Hellmann, Chairperson

Appointed by Governor (who named chair): Barrie G.
Christman; James R. (Ron) DeJuliis; Jacqueline C.
Hrabowski; Mark L. Joseph; Morton I. Rapoport,
M.D.; William J. Weder II.

Deborah A. Photiadis, Chief Technical Advisor

c/o Dept. of Budget & Fiscal Planning
45 Calvert St.
Annapolis. MD 21401—1907 (410) 974-5028

The Governor formed the Governor's Task Force
on Privatization by letter of 6 July 1992. The Task
Force was to determine which functions of State
government could be carried out more efficiently
and economically by the private sector.

The Task Force submitted its final and only report
in December 1992. The Task Force was replaced by
the Governor's Advisory Council on Privatization
in State Government in February 1993.


Harvey Alter, Ph.D., Chairperson

c/o Office of Waste Minimization & Recycling
Dept. of the Environment
2500 Broening Hwy
Baltimore, MD 21224 (410) 631-3315

The Council submitted its final report in 1993. The
report addressed ways to recycle materials that, if not
recycled, would be included in municipal solid waste.
The report also concerned discards from household,
institutional, commercial and light industrial sources.
It did not cover hazardous or industrial waste, obso-
lete capital goods (such as automobiles), or construc-
tion and demolition waste.


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