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(j) Other issues as necessary.

(13) The Department of Agriculture shall provide necessary staff support to
the Council. The Council shall call upon the Department of the Environment,
Department of Natural Resources, the University of Maryland, and the
Department of Health and Mental Hygiene staff, as necessary.

C. Scope of the Council. The council shall advise and assist the Governor, the
Department of Agriculture, and other State agencies in the following functions:

(1) To inform and advise the Governor on matters involving pesticides and
to recommend to the Governor any proposed legislation or regulations which may
be deemed necessary for the management and control of pesticides in Maryland;

(2) To carry out a program of planning for the long-range needs and
problems concerning aspects of pesticide manufacture, transport, storage, use and

(3) To undertake an assessment of current pesticide management
programs and their adequacy for insuring reasonable and safe manufacture,
transport, storage, use, and disposal of pesticides in Maryland;

(4) To evaluate the Toxics Management Strategy of the Chesapeake Bay
Agreement and to review and evaluate the Maryland pesticide management
strategy to ensure that it is consistent with and supports the baywide program;

(5) To encourage the Department of Agriculture and other State agencies
to provide professional advice and information to citizens of the State on matters
relating to pesticides including a pesticide use and disposal education program;

(6) To evaluate the use of pesticides by State agencies and on State

D. The Council shall report annually to the Governor. Interim reports will be
provided as necessary.




Harry Nicholas Karvounis

WHEREAS. Harry Nicholas Karvounis, Grantee, was convicted of Attempted Second
Degree Murder and was sentenced to twelve years, suspended, five years
supervised probation, and was also convicted of the Use of a Handgun to the
Commission of a Felony and sentenced to five years concurrent, to the Division of
Correction, which sentencing occurred in Case Number 87-CR4591 in the Circuit
Court for Baltimore County on March 31, 1989; and

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