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William H. Amoss; Jereleigh Archer; Charles
Costa; John R. Hargreaves; Nancy K. Kopp;
Laurence Levitan; John F. X. O'Brien; Charles J.

Staff contact: Margaret M. Owens

c/o Department of Personnel
301 W. Preston St., Room 602
Baltimore 21201 Telephone: 225-4721

The Commission submitted its final report re-
garding State compensation and personnel policies
to the Governor on March 25, 1986. The Com-
mission recommended that the State 1) adopt the
goal of attaining and maintaining both competi-
tiveness in the marketplace and internal equity in
the State compensation system; 2) adopt a point-
factor job evaluation methodology as a guide in
establishing compensation levels; 3) use the Annu-
al Salary Review process as the vehicle by which
to attain and maintain external competitiveness
and internal equity; and 4) minimize gender domi-
nation in State job classifications by removing ar-
tificial barriers, examining recruitment pro-
cedures, and creating training and development
programs. Copies of the report are available from
the staff contact person.


Chairperson: Anne Scarlett Perkins
Vice-Chairperson: Jason Newman

Richard L. Arkin; Patrick J. Clancy; Jerome F.
Connell, Sr.; Howard A. Denis; Joseph D.
Douglass; Norman M. Dreyfuss; Ann Horner
Granados; Barbara B. Gregg; Elmer F. Hagner,
Jr.; Donovan M. Hamm, Jr.; James A. Kenney
III; Michael H. Mannes; Stella Morgan; Dorothy
Sager; Mark Sissman; Howard Stone; James W.
Tavel; Otis Warren, Jr.; Thomas White; Roger D.

Staff counsel: Thomas F. Filbert

c/o Office of the Secretary of State
State House
Annapolis 21404 Telephone: 974-2841

The Commission's task was to evaluate laws
pertaining to three types of community associa-
tions—condominiums, cooperatives and home-
owners associations—and to ascertain what

problems hamper their development and opera-
tion. In its January 1986 report to the Governor,
the Commission recommended favorable action
on the following bills: the Maryland Cooperative
Housing Corporation Act; the Maryland Home-
owners Association Act; and three separate dis-
pute resolution bills. Only the Maryland Coop-
erative Housing Corporation Act was enacted into
law. The Maryland Homeowners Association Act,
which was not enacted in 1986 due to a procedur-
al flaw discovered after the legislative session en-
ded, was reintroduced in the 1987 session.

The Commission disbanded in April 1986. Cop-
ies of the Commission's report are available from
the Office of the Secretary of State.


Chairperson: Frank A. Hall, former Secretary of
Public Safety and Correctional Services

Arnold J. Hopkins; Frank J. Komenda;
Constance Leider; Timothy F. Maloney; Wayne
McDaniel; Paul Muldowney; Earl F. Seboda;
Charles H. Smelser.

6776 Reisterstown Rd., Suite 310
Baltimore 21215-2341 Telephone: 764-^003

The General Assembly appropriated funds in
1985 for preliminary planning to accelerate imple-
mentation of the Governor's master plan for pris-
on construction or renovation (Chapter 125, Acts
of 1985). The statute's proviso required that a
joint executive/legislative task force be created to
study the issue of additional construction or reno-
vation of correctional facilities. Accordingly, at
the request of the General Assembly, the Gover-
nor appointed the Joint Executive/Legislative
Task Force on Corrections in July 1985. The Task
Force was charged with evaluating the need for
additional bed capacity within the Division of
Correction and recommending improvements for
the Maryland House of Correction.

In January 1986, the Task Force reported to the
Governor and General Assembly. The Task Force
recommended that the need for an additional pris-
on be re-evaluated in 1986. The Task Force also
proposed a $56 million (fiscal year 1986 dollars)
capital construction program—to be phased in
over a six-year period—for renovations to the
Maryland House of Correction.


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