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Laurie Weigel, Director

Braille Services transcribes printed material into
braille for individuals, organizations, companies,
and government for a nominal fee.

Mark Derr, Manager


The Industrial Products Division provides meaning-
ful employment to blind and severely multi-handicapped
blind adults in the manufacturing of more than a hun-
dred products for federal and State government agencies
and commercial and private businesses. The Division is
located in Baltimore. Sewn products used by federal and
State government agencies as well as private businesses
are manufactured in the Western Maryland plant in
Cumberland and the Eastern Shore plant in Salisbury.

Rosemary Lerdahl, Director
(410) 233-4567

The Rehabilitation Division provides free in-
struction in alternative techniques for blind people.
Instruction covers communications, such as braille,
typing, and computer training; independent cane
travel; and activities of daily living, including man-
agement of finances and the home, and cooking.

John Ward, Director
(410) 247-3737

Created in 1989, the Vending Services Division
provides and services beverage and snack vending
machines throughout Maryland. The Division is
opening up many nontraditional sales and service
jobs for blind workers.


J. Glenn Beall, Jr., Chair
Richard M. Pfefferkorn, Executive Director

P. O. Box 878 (301) 759-6418/9
Cumberland, MD 21501 fax: (301) 759-6458

BUDGET (CODE DUOO, formerly 23.28.00)
FY1994 FY1995 FY1996

Funds (actual) (actual) (approp )

General $100,000 $200,000 $237,000
Special $ 99,000 . 0
Total Funds $100,000 . . $299,000 $237,000
Authorized 2 2
Contractual (FTE) 0 0
Total Staff 2 2



J Glenn Beall, Jr , Chair, 1998

Appointed by Governor (who names chair) with Senate
adnce & consent- John J McMullen, Jr , Esq , 1997, Rex
W. Burton, 1999, H Gregory Skidmorc, Esq , 1999, M
Kathryn Burkey, 2000, one vacancy

Representatives: Lee ScJrwartz, City of Cumberland;
Thomas C. Williams, Esq , Maryland Historical Trust,
Douglas D. Fans, U.S. Dept of the Interior Terms expire


Richard M. Pfefferkorn . (301) 759 6418

The Canal Place Preservation and Development
Authority was formed in 1993 The Authority is an
instrumentality of the State and a public corpora-
tion that will create and develop an historic
Chesapeake and Ohio Canal preservation district in
the City of Cumberland (Chapter 544, Acts of
1993). The district will be known as the Canal Place
Historic Preservation District.
The Authority's nine members serve four-year terms.
Six are named by the Governor with Senate advice and
consent. One represents the Cumberland Mayor and
City Council, one the Maryland Historical Trust, and
one the U.S. Dept. of the Intenor The Governor names
the chair. With the Governor's approval, the Authority
appoints the Executive Director (Code Financial Insti-
tutions Article, sees. 13-1001 through 13-1031)


Ex officio: John T. Willis, Secretary of State; Louis
L. Goldstein, Comptroller of the Treasury; Richard
N. Dixon, State Treasurer; Alexander L.
Cummings, Clerk of the Court of Appeals; J.
Joseph Curran, Jr., Attorney General.

Secretary: Gene M. Raynor, State Administrator
of Election Laws

P. O. Box 231
11 BladenSt.
Annapolis, MD 21404 (410)974-3711

In 1896, the Board of State Canvassers was created
(Chapter 202, Acts of 1896). Within thirty-five days
after any State election, the Board meets to tabulate
the votes cast for each candidate from the certified
statements of votes made by the city and county
boards of canvassers. The Board declares who is
elected and dehvers a certified determination ofelec
tion results to the State Administrative Board of
Election Laws. Thereafter, the State Administrative
Board of Election Laws issues the Declaration of
Results of the election, keeps the records of the Board
of State Canvassers, and dehvers a copy of the Decla-
ration of Results to the Governor, who issues com-
missions to the persons elected.



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