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                                             MARYLAND REGISTER

                                         CUMULATIVE INDEX
                                            January 2011 — June 2011




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     Division of State Documents
           ANNAPOLIS, MD
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                                                                Table of Contents
DIVISION OF STATE DOCUMENTS ........................................................................................................ 3
GOVERNOR ................................................................................................................................................. 3
ATTORNEY GENERAL .............................................................................................................................. 3
OPEN MEETINGS COMPLIANCE BOARD .............................................................................................. 3
GENERAL ASSEMBLY .............................................................................................................................. 3
JUDICIARY .................................................................................................................................................. 3
REGULATORY REVIEW AND EVALUATION ........................................................................................6
ERRATA ........................................................................................................................................................6
SPECIAL DOCUMENTS ............................................................................................................................. 6
REGULATIONS ........................................................................................................................................... 7
GENERAL NOTICES ................................................................................................................................. 15
CUMULATIVE TABLE OF COMAR CHAPTERS AFFECTED ............................................................. 19
CITATIONS TO DOCUMENTS INCORPORATED BY REFERENCE .................................................. 21
DEPOSITORIES FOR DOCUMENTS INCORPORATED BY REFERENCE ......................................... 22
REGULATIONS COORDINATORS ......................................................................................................... 23
AELR COMMITTEE COUNSEL ............................................................................................................... 26
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                                                 DIVISION OF STATE DOCUMENTS
Depositories for Documents Incorporated by Reference ........................................................................... 145

                                                                   THE GOVERNOR
Executive Orders ................................................................... 9, 146, 415, 416, 547, 585, 646, 746, 747, 748

                                                        THE ATTORNEY GENERAL
Opinions ............................................................................................................ 147, 249, 251, 253, 467, 648

                                           OPEN MEETINGS COMPLIANCE BOARD
Opinions ..................... 420, 421, 423, 471, 472, 473, 587, 588, 589, 590, 592, 593, 652, 653, 654, 655, 657

                                                         THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY
Synopsis No. 1 ........................................................................................................................................... 349
Synopsis No. 2 ........................................................................................................................................... 417
Synopsis No. 3 ........................................................................................................................................... 474
Synopsis No. 4 ............................................................................................................................................ 548
Synopsis No. 5 ........................................................................................................................................... 595
Synopsis No. 6 ........................................................................................................................................... 692

                                                                    THE JUDICIARY

ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE OF THE COURTS
  Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) Notice of Funding Availability .................................... 258
  Special Project Notice of Funding Availability .................................................................................. 259

APPEALS, COURT OF
  Attorney Grievance Commission o f Maryland
     Approved Institutions, Notice .......................................................................................................... 77
  Attorneys
     Disciplinary Proceedings
         Attorneys Disbarred ............................................................................ 10, 315, 426, 475, 661, 702
         Attorneys Excluded ................................................................................................................... 315
         Attorneys Replaced .......................................................................................................... 315, 661
         Attorneys Reprimanded .................................................................................................... 390, 549
         Attorneys Stricken ............................................................................................................ 315, 661
         Attorneys Suspended ........................................................................................................ 599, 661
  Attorneys to be Admitted to the Bar ...................................................................................... 66, 662, 702
  Rules
     Rule 1-202 (Definitions)
        Notice of Proposed Rule Change .............................................................................................. 479
     Rule 1-311 (Signing of Pleadings and Other Papers)
         Notice of Proposed Rule Change .............................................................................................. 496
     Rule 1-326 (Proceedings Regarding Victims and Victims’ Representatives)
         Notice of Proposed Rule Change .............................................................................................. 492
     Rule 1-351 (Order Upon Ex Parte Application Prohibited — Exceptions)
         Notice of Proposed Rule Change .............................................................................................. 492
     Rule 2-131 (Appearance)
         Notice of Proposed Rule Change .............................................................................................. 479
     Rule 2-221 (Interpleader)
         Notice of Proposed Rule Change .............................................................................................. 480
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    Rule 2-311 (Motions)
       Notice of Proposed Rule Change .............................................................................................. 496
    Rule 2-331 (Counterclaim and Cross-Claim)
       Notice of Proposed Rule Change .............................................................................................. 496
    Rule 2-332 (Third-Party Practice)
       Notice of Proposed Rule Change .............................................................................................. 497
    Rule 2-645 (Garnishment of Property —Generally)
       Notice of Proposed Rule Change ...............................................................................................600
    Rule 2-645.1 (Garnishment of Account in Financial Institution)
       Notice of Proposed Rule Change ...............................................................................................599
    Rule 3-131 (Appearance)
       Notice of Proposed Rule Change .............................................................................................. 480
    Rule 3-221 (Interpleader)
       Notice of Proposed Rule Change .............................................................................................. 480
    Rule 3-331 (Counterclaim and Cross-Claim)
       Notice of Proposed Rule Change .............................................................................................. 497
    Rule 3-332 (Third Party Practice)
       Notice of Proposed Rule Change .............................................................................................. 497
    Rule 3-645 (Garnishment of Property —Generally)
       Notice of Proposed Rule Change ...............................................................................................601
    Rule 3-645.1 (Garnishment of Account in Financial Institution)
       Notice of Proposed Rule Change ...............................................................................................600
    Rule 4-247 (Nolle Prosequi)
       Notice of Proposed Rule Change .............................................................................................. 500
    Rule 4-248 (Stet)
       Notice of Proposed Rule Change .............................................................................................. 501
    Rule 4-312 (Jury Selection)
       Notice of Proposed Rule Change .............................................................................................. 483
    Rule 4-314 (Defense of Not Criminally Responsible)
       Notice of Proposed Rule Change .............................................................................................. 484
    Rule 4-327 (Verdict — Jury)
       Notice of Proposed Rule Change .............................................................................................. 492
    Rule 4-332 (Writ of Actual Innocence)
       Notice of Proposed Rule Change .............................................................................................. 481
    Rule 4-403 (Notice of Petition)
       Notice of Proposed Rule Change .............................................................................................. 497
    Rule 4-251 (Motions in District Court)
       Notice of Proposed Rule Change ...............................................................................................501
    Rule 4-263 (Discovery in Circuit Court)
       Notice of Proposed Rule Change .............................................................................................. 491
    Rule 4-705 (Notice of Petition)
       Notice of Proposed Rule Change .............................................................................................. 497
    Rule 4-706 (Answer; Motion to Transfer)
       Notice of Proposed Rule Change .............................................................................................. 497
    Rule 4-281 (Motion Relating to Death Penalty Notice)
       Notice of Proposed Rule Change .............................................................................................. 492
    Rule 5-605 (Competency of Judge as Witness)
       Notice of Proposed Rule Change .............................................................................................. 493
    Rule 6-208 (Form of Register’s Order)
       Notice of Proposed Rule Change .............................................................................................. 480
    Rule 6-411 (Election to Take Statutory Share)
       Notice of Proposed Rule Change .............................................................................................. 498
    Rule 6-416 (Attorney’s Fees or Personal Representative’s Commissions)
       Notice of Proposed Rule Change .............................................................................................. 498
    Rule 8.2 (Judicial and Legal Officials)
       Notice of Proposed Rule Change .............................................................................................. 494
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   Rule 8.4 (Misconduct)
       Notice of Proposed Rule Change .............................................................................................. 494
   Rule 9-107 (Objection)
       Notice of Proposed Rule Change .............................................................................................. 481
   Rule 9-202 (Pleading)
       Notice of Proposed Rule Change .............................................................................................. 481
   Rule 9-205.2 (Parenting Coordination)
       Notice of Proposed Rule Change .............................................................................................. 484
   Rule 10-710 (Termination of a Fiduciary Estate — Final Distribution)
       Notice of Proposed Rule Change .............................................................................................. 500
   Rule 11 (Required Course on Professionalism)
       Notice of Proposed Rule Change .............................................................................................. 426
   Rule 12-701 (Definitions)
       Notice of Proposed Rule Change .............................................................................................. 488
   Rule 12-702 (Scope)
       Notice of Proposed Rule Change .............................................................................................. 488
   Rule 12-703 (Trust for Unknown or Missing Owner of Severed Mineral Interest)
       Notice of Proposed Rule Change .............................................................................................. 489
   Rule 12-704 (Termination of Dormant Mineral Interest)
       Notice of Proposed Rule Change .............................................................................................. 490
   Rule 13-201 (Publication of Notice to Creditors)
       Notice of Proposed Rule Change .............................................................................................. 499
   Rule 14-210 (Notice Prior to Sale)
       Notice of Proposed Rule Change .............................................................................................. 481
   Rule 15-306 (Service of Writ; Appearance by Individual; Affidavit)
       Notice of Proposed Rule Change .............................................................................................. 494
   Rule 15-309 (Hearing)
       Notice of Proposed Rule Change .............................................................................................. 495
   Rule 15-901 (Action for Change of Name)
       Notice of Proposed Rule Change .............................................................................................. 481
   Rule 15-1103 (Initiation of Proceeding to Contest Isolation or Quarantine)
       Notice of Proposed Rule Change .............................................................................................. 495
   Rule 16-110 (Cell Phones; Other Electronic Devices; Cameras)
       Notice of Proposed Rule Change .............................................................................................. 502
   Rule 16-204 (Family Division and Support Services)
       Notice of Proposed Rule Change .............................................................................................. 486
   Rule 16-401 (Proscribed Activities — Gratuities, Etc.)
       Notice of Proposed Rule Change .............................................................................................. 481
   Rule 16-808 (Proceedings Before Commission)
       Notice of Proposed Rule Change .............................................................................................. 493
   Rule 16-813 (Maryland Code of Judicial Conduct)
       Notice of Proposed Rule Change .............................................................................................. 493
   Rule 16-815 (Financial Disclosure Statement)
       Notice of Proposed Rule Change .............................................................................................. 493
   Rule 17-101 (Applicability)
       Notice of Proposed Rule Change .............................................................................................. 487
   Rule 17-105 (Qualifications and Selection of Persons Other Than Mediators and Neutral Experts)
       Notice of Proposed Rule Change .............................................................................................. 493
   Rule 19 (Confidentiality)
       Notice of Proposed Rule Change .............................................................................................. 427
Rules Committee
   Open Meeting, Notice of .......................................................................................... 315, 475, 602, 702
   Special Report to Court of Appeals on Aspects of Contributory Negligence and Comparative
       Fault ...........................................................................................................................................603
Schedules for Argument .................................................................................. 10, 75, 256, 390, 475, 599
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MEDIATION AND CONFLICT RESOLUTION OFFICE
 Notice of Funding Availability for FY 2012 ................................................................................ 315, 475

SPECIAL APPEALS, COURT OF
  Administrative Memorandum 11-1
    Administrative Regulations XIX Civil Cost Schedule .....................................................................751
  Schedules for Argument ................................................................................ 75, 256, 390, 475, 667, 750


                                      REGULATORY REVIEW AND EVALUATION
                                    NOTICE OF AVAILABILITY OF EVALUATION REPORT

Health and Mental Hygiene, Department of ...................................................................................... 260, 550

                                                                          ERRATA
Errata ................................................................................................................. 235, 300, 403, 528, 569, 627

                                                            SPECIAL DOCUMENTS

Budget and Management, Department of
    Notice of Amounts of Debt That May be Issued Pursuant to Executive Order 01.01.1998.07 ........... 404
Environment, Department of the
    Calendar Year 2011 Standard Permit Application Turnaround Times, Final ...................................... 529
    Susquehanna River Basin Commission
       Action Taken at December 16, 2010 Meeting, Notice of ............................................................... 133
       Actions Taken at March 10, 2011 Meeting, Notice of ................................................................... 532
       Commission Determination, Notice of ............................................................................................681
       Projects Approved or Rescinded for Consumptive Uses of Water, Notice of ........................ 628, 632
       Public Hearing and Commission Meeting, Notice of ..................................................................... 335
    Water Management Administration
       Final Determination on General Permit for Discharges from the Application of Pesticides,
           Notice of .................................................................................................................................. 529
       Final Determination to Issue General Permit for Discharges from Marinas, Including Boat Yards
           and Yacht Basins (Previously entitled Boat and Vessel Maintenance), Notice of ................... 132
       Tentative Determination to Issue General Permit for Discharges from the Application of
           Pesticides, Notice of ................................................................................................................... 61
Health and Mental Hygiene, Department of
        Administration-Sponsored Capital Program Planning for Federally Qualified Health Centers .... 301
        Administration-Sponsored Capital Program Planning for Mental Health, Addictions, and
           Developmental Disabilities Facilities ...................................................................................... 301
        Secretary of Health and Mental Hygiene Request for Comment on Use of Bumper Pads
           in Infant Cribs .......................................................................................................................... 570
Maryland Health Care Commission
     Application for Waiver to Provide Primary Percutaneous Coronary Intervention
       (pPCI) Services .............................................................................................................................. 301
     Collection of New Surgical Care Improvement Project (SCIP) Measures Data for Reporting on the
       Hospital Performance Evaluation Guide ......................................................................................... 404
     Notice of Docketing ........................................................................................................... 302, 404, 570
     Nursing Home Licensed Beds Occupancy by Region and Jurisdiction .............................................. 571
     Schedules for Certificate of Need Review .......................................................................................... 451
State Police, Department of
    Handgun Roster Board
       Proposed Additions to Handgun Roster and Notice of Right to Object or Petition ............. 61, 404, 734
                                             CUMULATIVE INDEX, JANUARY 2011 — JUNE 2011                                                                            7


       Transportation, Department of
           Notice for Public Comment ...................................................................................................................767


                                                                        REGULATIONS
(emer.) = emergency action on regulations
(fin.) = final action on regulations
(prop.) = proposed action on regulations                                                    ASSESSMENTS AND TAXATION, DEPARTMENT OF
(withd.) = withdrawal action on regulations                                                   Affordable Housing Land Trusts
                                                                                                 Registration:
                                                                                                    (fin.) ................................................................. 85
AGRICULTURE, DEPARTMENT OF
  Antifouling Paints                                                                        ATTORNEY GENERAL, OFFICE OF THE
     Use and Sale of Antifouling Paints:                                                      Consumer Protection Division
          (fin.) ............................................................. 553               New Home Warranty Security Plans:
          (prop.) .......................................................... 213                   (withd.) ............................................................321
  Maryland Agricultural Land Preservation Foundation
     Agricultural Subdivision:                                                              BUDGET AND MANAGEMENT, DEPARTMENT OF
           (prop.) .......................................................... 727             Personnel Services and Benefits
     Corrective Agricultural Land Preservation Easements:                                        Disciplinary Actions:
           (prop.) ........................................................... 725                  (fin.) ................................................................. 85
     Guidelines for Forest Easement Overlays:
           (fin.) ............................................................. 757         BUSINESS AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT,
           (prop.) .......................................................... 558              DEPARTMENT OF
     Tenant House or Replacement Dwelling House                                               Economic Development
         Approval for a Farm Subject to an Agricultural                                          Arts and Entertainment Districts:
         Land Preservation Easement:                                                               (fin.) ................................................................. 757
           (fin.) ............................................................. 319                (prop.) .............................................................. 560
  Pesticide Use Control
     Integrated Pest Management and Notification of                                         COMPTROLLER OF THE TREASURY
         Pesticide Use in a Public School Building or on                                      Alcohol and Tobacco Tax
         School Grounds:                                                                         Tobacco Tax:
          (fin.) ............................................................... 85                  (prop.) ............................................................ 670
     Use and Sales of Pesticides, Certification of Pesticide                                  Income Tax
         Applicators and Pest Control Consultants, and                                           General Regulations:
         Licensing of Pesticide Businesses:                                                          (fin.) .............................................................. 393
          (fin.) ................................................................ 11                 (prop.) .............................................................. 14
  Secretary, Office of the                                                                       Individual:
     Advertising Agricultural Products as Local or Locally                                          (fin.) ............................................................... 393
         Grown:                                                                                     (prop.) ............................................................... 14
           (fin.) ............................................................. 757              Maryland Research and Development Tax Credit:
           (prop.) .......................................................... 557                    (fin.) .............................................................. 393
           (withd.) ........................................................ 434                     (prop.) .............................................................. 14
  Veterinary Medical Examiners, Board of                                                         Nonresident Real Estate Withholding Tax:
     Licensing and Minimum Sanitary Requirements for                                                 (fin.) .............................................................. 393
         Veterinary Facilities:                                                                      (prop.) .............................................................. 14
          (fin.) ............................................................. 433               Pass-Through Entity Nonresident Tax:
          (prop.) .......................................................... 210                     (fin.) .............................................................. 393
     Qualifications for Examination and Registration of a                                            (prop.) .............................................................. 14
         Veterinary Technician:                                                                  Tax Refund Intercept Program — Delinquent Debts:
          (fin.) ............................................................. 433                   (fin.) .............................................................. 393
          (prop.) .......................................................... 210                     (prop.) .............................................................. 14
     Qualifications for Licensure, by Examination, of a
         Veterinarian:
          (prop.) .......................................................... 622
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     Office of the Comptroller                                                              Staff Requirements:
        Tax Payments — Immediately Available Funds:                                              (fin.) .............................................................. 396
            (fin.) ............................................................... 393           (prop.) .............................................................. 52
            (prop.) .............................................................. 14    Family Child Care
     Sales and Use Tax                                                                      Administrative Hearings:
        Sales and Use Tax:                                                                       (fin.) .............................................................. 396
            (emer.) ............................................................ 261             (prop.) .............................................................. 51
            (prop.) ............................................................ 758        Health:
                                                                                                 (fin.) .............................................................. 396
EDUCATION COMMISSION, MARYLAND HIGHER                                                            (prop.) .............................................................. 51
  Academic Regulations                                                                      Home Environment and Equipment:
      Exemption Procedures for Religious Educational                                             (fin.) .............................................................. 396
         Institutions and Religious Institutions:                                                (prop.) .............................................................. 51
          (fin.) .............................................................. 432         Inspections, Complaints, and Enforcement:
          (prop.) ............................................................. 56               (fin.) .............................................................. 396
  Fire-Rescue Education and Training Commission                                                  (prop.) .............................................................. 51
      Certification Standards and Procedures for Emergency                                  Program Requirements:
         Services Instructors:                                                                   (fin.) .............................................................. 396
           (fin.) ............................................................. 706              (prop.) .............................................................. 51
           (prop.) .......................................................... 447           Provider Requirements:
  Nonpublic Schools                                                                              (fin.) .............................................................. 396
      Minimum Requirements for Private Career Schools:                                           (prop.) .............................................................. 51
          (fin.) ............................................................... 706        Registration Application and Maintenance:
          (prop.) ........................................................... 443               (fin.) ............................................................... 396
                                                                                                (prop.) ............................................................... 51
EDUCATION, STATE BOARD OF                                                                General
  Certification                                                                             Graduation Requirements for Public High Schools
     Teachers:                                                                              in Maryland:
        (fin.) ................................................................. 615             (prop.) ............................................................ 523
         (prop.) ............................................................... 205     General Instructional Programs
  Child and Family Day Care                                                                 Graduation Requirements for Public High Schools
     Child Care Accreditation Support Fund:                                                     in Maryland:
         (fin.) .................................................................. 616           (prop.) .............................................................. 50
         (prop.) .............................................................. 325      Letters of Compliance
     Maryland Child Care Credential Program:                                                Administrative Hearings:
          (fin.) ................................................................. 756          (fin.) ............................................................... 396
          (prop.) ............................................................. 556             (prop.) ................................................................54
  Child Care Centers                                                                        Health:
     Administrative Hearings:                                                                   (fin.) ............................................................... 396
          (fin.) ............................................................... 396            (prop.) ................................................................54
          (prop.) .............................................................. 52         Inspections, Complaints, and Enforcement:
     Health:                                                                                    (fin.) ............................................................... 396
           (fin.) .............................................................. 396            (prop.) ................................................................54
           (prop.) ............................................................. 52         Safety:
     Inspections, Complaints, and Enforcement:                                                  (fin.) ............................................................... 396
           (fin.) .............................................................. 396            (prop.) ................................................................54
           (prop.) ............................................................. 52         Scope and Definitions:
     License Application and Maintenance:                                                       (fin.) ............................................................... 396
           (fin.) .............................................................. 396            (prop.) ................................................................54
           (prop.) ............................................................. 52         Staff Requirements:
     Safety:                                                                                    (fin.) ............................................................... 396
          (fin.) ............................................................... 396            (prop.) ................................................................54
          (prop.) .............................................................. 52      School Personnel
     Scope and Definitions:                                                                 Comprehensive Teacher Induction Program:
           (fin.) .............................................................. 396             (prop.) .............................................................679
           (prop.) ............................................................. 52
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    Special Instructional Programs                                                                Low Emissions Vehicle Program:
       Administration of Services for Students with                                                    (fin.) .............................................................. 617
           Disabilities:                                                                               (prop.) ............................................................ 125
            (fin.) ............................................................... 615            Permits, Approvals, and Registration:
            (prop.) ............................................................ 325                   (emer.) ............................................................263
       Juvenile Services Education:                                                                    (fin.) .................................................. 617(2), 708
            (fin.) .............................................................. 506                  (prop.) .................................... 101, 106, 562, 730
            (prop.) ............................................................ 204              Quality Assurance Requirements for Continuous
       Provision of a Free Appropriate Public Education:                                              Opacity Monitors (COMs):
            (fin.) .............................................................. 615                   (prop.) ........................................................... 121
            (prop.) ............................................................ 323              Volatile Organic Compounds from Specific Processes:
    Specific Subjects                                                                                   (fin.) ......................................................... 617(2)
       Program in Comprehensive Health Education:                                                       (prop.) ................................... 114, 117, 565, 730
           (fin.) ................................................................. 396                 (withd.) ............................................................86
    Supporting Programs                                                                       Hazardous Substances Response Plan
       Programs for Food and Nutrition:                                                           Investigating, Evaluating, and Responding to
            (prop.) ............................................................. 723                 Hazardous Substance Releases:
                                                                                                       (withd.) ......................................................... 321
ELECTIONS, STATE BOARD OF                                                                     Maryland CO2, Budget Trading Program
  Early Voting                                                                                    Applicability, Determining Compliance, and
     Early Voting Center Equipment and Materials:                                                     Allowance Distribution:
          (prop.) .............................................................. 733                   (emer.) ............................................................263
     Early Voting Centers:                                                                             (fin.) ...............................................................617
         (prop.) ............................................................... 733                   (prop.) .............................................................. 96
     Non-Voting Hours Procedures:                                                                 General Administrative Provisions:
        (prop.) ................................................................ 733                   (emer.) ............................................................263
  Provisional Voting                                                                                   (fin.) .............................................................. 617
     Provisional Voting Documents and Supplies:                                                        (prop.) .............................................................. 96
        (prop.) ............................................................... 732           Oil Pollution and Tank Management
                                                                                                  General Operating Requirements:
ENVIRONMENT, DEPARTMENT OF THE                                                                        (withd.) .......................................................... 709
  Air Quality                                                                                 Radiation Management
     Asbestos Accreditation of Individuals and Approval of                                        State Radiation Control Fund:
        Training Courses:                                                                             (fin.) ............................................................... 397
          (fin.) ............................................................. 617                    (prop.) ............................................................. 127
         (prop.) ........................................................... 120              Regulation of Water Supply, Sewage Disposal, and Solid
     Control of Fuel-Burning Equipment, Stationary Internal                                      Waste
        Combustion Engines, and Certain Fuel-Burning                                              Beneficial Use of Coal Combustion Byproducts:
        Installations:                                                                               (withd.) ............................................................ 554
          (fin.) .............................................................. 708               Quality of Drinking Water in Maryland:
          (prop.) ........................................... 104, 106, 112                          (fin.) ................................................................ 319
     Control of Incinerators:
         (prop.) ........................................................... 110          ETHICS COMMISSION, STATE
         (withd.) .......................................................... 619            Education Regulations, Board of
     Distributed Generation:                                                                   General Provisions:
         (fin.) ............................................................... 708                (fin.) .............................................................. 509
         (prop.) ........................................................... 106                   (prop.) ............................................................ 282
     General Administrative Provisions:                                                        Model Regulations:
         (emer.) ............................................................ 263                   (fin.) .............................................................. 509
         (fin.) ............................................................... 617                 (prop.) ........................................................... 282
         (prop.) ................................... 101, 104, 561, 729                        Review Criteria:
     General Emission Standards, Prohibitions, and                                                  (fin.) .............................................................. 509
        Restrictions:                                                                              (prop.) ............................................................ 282
         (emer.) ............................................................ 263              Review Procedures:
         (fin.) .............................................................. 617                  (fin.) .............................................................. 509
         (prop.) ........................................................... 101                   (prop.) ............................................................ 282
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     Financial Disclosure                                                                      (prop.) ............................................................. 712
        Disclosure by Public Officials, State Officials, and                            Food
            Candidates to Be State Officials:                                              Food and Drink Processing and Transportation:
              (prop.) .......................................................... 526           (fin.) ................................................................. 83
     Local Government Ethics Law                                                           Food Service Facilities:
        General Provisions:                                                                     (fin.) .................................................................83
              (fin.) ............................................................ 508      Production, Processing, Transportation, Storage, and
            (prop.) ............................................................ 213           Distribution of Grade A Milk:
        Local Government Ethics Law:                                                            (fin.) .............................................................. 317
              (fin.) ............................................................ 508      Shellfish Sanitation:
            (prop.) ............................................................ 213           (prop.) ............................................................. 761
        Model Laws:                                                                     Health Services Cost Review Commission
              (fin.) ............................................................ 508      Health Information Exchange Data:
            (prop.) ............................................................ 213          (prop.) .............................................................. 722
        Review Criteria:                                                                   Uniform Accounting and Reporting System for
              (fin.) ............................................................ 508          Hospitals and Related Institutions:
            (prop.) ............................................................ 213           (fin.) ......................................................... 11, 756
        Review Procedures:                                                                     (prop.) ............................................................. 400
              (fin.) ............................................................ 508   Hospitals
            (prop.) ............................................................ 213       Residential Service Agencies:
     Procedures                                                                                (prop.) ............................................................. 269
        Advisory Opinions:                                                              Housing
              (prop.) .......................................................... 525       Certification for Youth Camps:
        Enforcement Procedures:                                                                 (emer.) ................................................... 612, 703
              (prop.) .......................................................... 526           (fin.) ............................................................... 755
        General Provisions:                                                                    (prop.) ............................................................ 521
              (prop.) .......................................................... 525    Kidney Disease Program
                                                                                           General Regulations:
HEALTH AND MENTAL HYGIENE, DEPARTMENT OF                                                       (fin.) ............................................................... 431
  Audiologists, Hearing Aid Dispensers, and Speech-                                             (prop.) .............................................................. 90
   Language Pathologists, Board of Examiners for                                        Laboratories
     Hearing Aid Dispensers:                                                               General:
        (fin.) ................................................................ 672            (fin.) ................................................................. 11
        (prop.) ............................................................. 197          Medical Laboratories—Quality Assurance:
     Licensure and Continuing Education:                                                       (fin.) ................................................................. 11
           (fin.) ..................................................... 506, 672        Maryland Health Care Commission
          (prop.) .............................................. 197(2), 674               Continuation of Non-Primary Research Waivers
  Cancer Control                                                                               Through Participation in the Follow-On C-PORT E
     Cancer Registry:                                                                          Registry:
         (fin.) ................................................................. 11             (fin.) .............................................................. 705
  Dental Examiners, Board of                                                                   (emer.) ............................................................ 504
     Continuing Education:                                                                        (prop.) ......................................................... 438
         (fin.) ............................................................... 506        Electronic Health Record Incentives:
         (prop.) .............................................................. 32               (fin.) ............................................................. 615
     Fees:                                                                                 Institutional Review Board:
         (fin.) ............................................................... 318              (prop.) .......................................................... 715
     Practice of Dental Hygiene Under General Supervision                               Medical Assistance Programs
         In a Facility or Long-term Care Facility:                                         Hospital Services:
           (prop.) .......................................................... 674                 (prop.) ......................................................... 435
  Developmental Disabilities                                                            Medical Care Programs
     Fee Payment System for Licensed Residential and Day                                   Early and Periodic Screening, Diagnosis, and Treatment
         Programs:                                                                             (EPSDT) Services:
         (fin.) ............................................................... 671               (fin.) ............................................................. 431
  Drugs                                                                                           (prop.) ............................................................ 89
     Purchase and Distribution of Prescription Drugs and                                   Establishment, Operation, and Authority for Health
         Devices:                                                                              Maintenance Organizations—Medical Assistance:
                                        CUMULATIVE INDEX, JANUARY 2011 — JUNE 2011                                                                      11


    (fin.) ................................................................. 84      Therapeutic Behavioral Services:
Freestanding Clinics:                                                                      (fin.) .............................................................. 552
    (fin.) .......................................................... 84, 430             (prop.) ............................................................ 281
Freestanding Dialysis Facility Services:                                             Urgent Care Centers:
    (fin.) ................................................................. 84           (fin.) ......................................................... 84, 430
General Medical Assistance Provider Participation                                    Vision Care Services:
    Criteria:                                                                             (fin.) ......................................................... 84, 430
    (fin.) ......................................................... 84, 755      Mental Hygiene Regulations
    (prop.) ............................................................ 281         Fee Schedule —Mental Health Services —
Home Health Services:                                                                     Community-Based Programs and Individual
   (prop.) ............................................................. 555              Practitioners:
Hospital Services:                                                                        (fin.) ............................................................... 755
    (fin.) ................................................................. 84           (prop.) ............................................................. 192
Maryland Medicaid Managed Care Program: Managed                                   Nursing, Board of
    Care Organizations:                                                              Cosmetic Procedures:
    (fin.) ............................................................... 431           (fin.) .................................................................671
    (prop.) .................................................... 188, 437            Examination and Licensure:
Maryland Medicaid Managed Care Program: Rare and                                         (fin.) ................................................................ 705
    Expensive Case Management:                                                          (prop.) .............................................................. 440
    (prop.) ............................................................. 191        Practice of the Nurse Practitioner:
Medical Assistance Eligibility:                                                           (prop.) ............................................................... 26
    (prop.) ............................................... 180, 185(2)              Standards of Practice for Licensed Practical Nurses:
    (withd.) ................................................... 180, 398                 (fin.) ................................................................553
Medical Day Care Services:                                                                (prop.) ............................................................. 193
    (fin.) ............................................................... 431    Nursing, Board of—Certified Nursing Assistants
    (prop.) .............................................................. 89        Certification of Nursing Assistants:
Medical Laboratories:                                                                   (fin.) ................................................................. 705
     (fin.) .............................................................. 430          (prop.) .............................................................. 440
Nurse Anesthetist Services:                                                       Nursing Home Administrators, Board of Examiners of
    (fin.) ......................................................... 84, 430         Nursing Home Administrators:
Nursing Facility Services:                                                                (fin.) ............................................................... 395
    (fin.) ............................................................ 84(3)     Occupational Therapy Practice, Board of
Nurse Midwife Services:                                                              Continuing Competency Requirement:
   (fin.) ................................................................ 430            (fin.) ................................................................264
Nurse Practitioner Services:                                                      Pharmacy, Board of
   (fin.) ................................................................ 430       Automated Medication Systems:
Oxygen and Related Respiratory Equipment and                                               (prop.) ...............................................................93
    Supplies Program:                                                                Inpatient Institutional Pharmacy:
    (fin.) ................................................................. 84            (prop.) .............................................................716
Pharmacy Services:                                                                   Pharmaceutical Services to Patients in
    (fin.) ................................................................. 83           Comprehensive Care Facilities:
Physical Therapy Services:                                                                (fin.) ................................................................671
  (fin.) ................................................................. 430            (prop.) ............................................................... 30
Physicians’ Services:                                                             Physicians, Board of
    (fin.) ......................................................... 84, 430         Licensing of Respiratory Care Practitioners:
Podiatry Services:                                                                      (fin.) ................................................................. 317
    (fin.) ......................................................... 84, 430      Procedures
Primary Adult Care Program:                                                          Fair Hearing Appeals Under the Maryland State
    (fin.) ............................................................... 431             Medical Assistance Program:
    (prop.) ............................................................ 188              (prop.) ..............................................................180
Residential Treatment Center Services:                                                    (withd.) ........................................................... 180
    (fin.) ................................................................. 84      Fees for Community Health Programs:
Statewide Evaluation and Planning Services:                                               (emer.) .............................................................612
    (fin.) ................................................................. 84           (fin.) ......................................................... 83, 755
TCA Substance Abuse Services:                                                             (prop.) ..............................................................521
    (fin.) ................................................................. 84
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     Professional Counselors and Therapists, Board of                                     HUMAN RESOURCES, DEPARTMENT OF
        Supervision Requirements:                                                           Child Support Enforcement Administration
            (prop.) ............................................................. 676          Child Support Enforcement—Definitions:
     Psychologists, Board of Examiners of                                                          (fin.) ................................................................614
        Child Custody Evaluations in Family Law                                                    (prop.) .............................................................265
           Proceedings:                                                                        Child Support Enforcement Privatization Pilot
            (fin.) ................................................................ 620          Program:
        Fee Schedule:                                                                              (fin.) ................................................................151
            (fin.) ................................................................ 395        Child Support Enforcement Privatization
            (prop.) ............................................................... 31           Program:
        Procedures:                                                                                (fin.) ................................................................151
            (fin.) ........................................................... 395(2)          State Comptroller Intercept Program:
            (prop.) .............................................................. 31              (fin.) ................................................................614
        Psychology Associate:                                                                      (prop.) .............................................................266
            (fin.) ................................................................ 395     Office of the Secretary
            (prop.) ............................................................... 31         Administrative Hearings:
     Social Work Examiners, Board of                                                                (fin.) ...............................................................614
        Code of Ethics:                                                                            (prop.) ............................................................. 265
            (fin.) ................................................................ 705     Social Services Administration
            (prop.) ............................................................ 441            Post-Adoption Reunion Services:
        Regulations Governing Licensure:                                                           (prop.) .............................................................759
            (fin.) ............................................................... 432         Social Services to Adults:
     Tissue Banks                                                                                  (prop.) ......................................................... 505(2)
        Tissue Banks:
            (fin.) ............................................................... 432    INDEPENDENT AGENCIES
            (prop.) .............................................................. 94       Criminal Sentencing Policy, Commission on
                                                                                                Criminal Offenses and Seriousness Categories:
HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT,                                                                  (fin.) ...............................................................553
 DEPARTMENT OF                                                                                      (prop.) ............................................................ 327
  Assisted Housing Preservation                                                                 General Regulations:
     Enforcement and Waivers:                                                                       (fin.) ...............................................................553
         (fin.) ................................................................. 505               (prop.) ............................................................ 327
         (prop.) ............................................................. 153          Human Relations, Commission on
     Exemptions:                                                                                Anti-Discrimination Relating to Persons with
         (fin.) ................................................................. 505               Disabilities:
         (prop.) ............................................................. 153                     (fin.) ............................................................ 507
     Notice of Intent to Take Protected Action:                                                 Commercial Nondiscrimination Policy:
         (fin.) ................................................................. 505                  (fin.) ............................................................ 507
         (prop.) ............................................................. 153              Fair Housing Regulations:
     Owner’s Offer of Right of First Purchase:                                                         (fin.) ............................................................ 507
          (fin.) ................................................................ 505           Penalties:
          (prop.) ............................................................ 153                     (fin.) ............................................................ 507
     Purpose and Definitions:                                                                   Rules of Procedure; Public Hearing Process:
         (fin.) ................................................................. 505                (fin.) .............................................................. 433
         (prop.) ............................................................. 153          State Lottery Agency
     Tenant Protection Assistance:                                                             Facility Standards:
         (fin.) ................................................................. 505                 (emer.) ...........................................................754
         (prop.) ............................................................. 153                    (prop.) ...........................................................762
  Special Loan Programs                                                                         Mandatory Exclusion:
     Group Home Financing Program:                                                                    (fin.) ..............................................................756
         (fin.) ................................................................ 151                 (prop.) ........................................................... 524
     Lead Hazard Reduction Grant and Loan Program:                                              Unannounced Inspections:
         (fin.) ................................................................ 317                (fin.) .............................................................. 152
   Special Housing Opportunities Program:
         (fin.) ................................................................. 151
                                                CUMULATIVE INDEX, JANUARY 2011 — JUNE 2011                                                                        13


      Video Lottery Facility Minimum Internal Control                                        Land Surveyors, Board for Professional
         Standards:                                                                              Minimum Standards of Practice:
           (fin.) ....................................................... 84, 756                    (fin.) ................................................................704
           (prop.) .......................................................... 524                    (prop.) ............................................................ 267
      Video Lottery Terminals:                                                               Pilots, Board of
           (emer.) ............................................... 80(2), 263                    Pilots-in-Training, and Limited and Unlimited Licensed
           (fin.) .......................... 84(2), 152, 264, 396, 506                               Pilots:
           (prop.) ............................................ 56, 206, 622                          (fin.) .............................................................. 394
      Voluntary Exclusion and Responsible Gaming:                                            Plumbing, Board of
          (fin.) ............................................................... 756             Cross Connection/Backflow Prevention Certification
          (prop..) ........................................................... 524                   Program:
    Workers' Compensation Commission                                                                 (prop.) ..............................................................176
      Governmental Group Self-Insurance:                                                     Real Estate Commission
          (fin.) ............................................................... 319             Continuing Education:
      Guide of Medical and Surgical Fees:                                                            (prop.) ............................................................... 87
          (prop.) .................................................... 207, 327              Secondhand Precious Metals and Gem Dealers and
      Procedural Regulations:                                                                  Pawnbrokers
          (fin.) ....................................................... 397, 616                Licenses:
          (prop.) ................................................ 57, 58, 207                       (withd.) ........................................................... 709
                                                                                             Secretary, Office of the
LABOR, LICENSING, AND REGULATION,                                                                New Home Warranty Security Plans:
 DEPARTMENT OF                                                                                       (withd.) ........................................................... 321
  Cosmetologists, Board of                                                                   Unemployment Insurance
      Beauty Salons:                                                                             Obligations of Employers:
          (prop.) ............................................................. 552                  (withd.) ............................................................709
      General Regulations:
          (prop.) ............................................................. 552     MARYLAND INSTITUTE FOR EMERGENCY
  Engineers, Board for Professional                                                      MEDICAL SERVICES SYSTEMS (MIEMSS)
      Continuing Professional Competency Requirements:                                     Designation of Trauma and Specialty Referral Centers
          (prop.) ............................................................ 517          General Provisions:
      Fees:                                                                                      (fin.) ................................................................. 12
          (prop.) ............................................................ 516           Perinatal and Neonatal Referral Center Standards:
      Procedural Regulations:                                                                    (fin.) ................................................................. 12
          (fin.) ................................................................ 704      Emergency Medical Services Providers
          (prop.) ............................................................ 268          Licensure and Certification:
  Financial Regulation, Commissioner of                                                          (fin.) ............................................................... 672
      Foreclosure Procedures for Residential Property:                                           (prop.) ............................................................ 296
          (emer.) ...................................................... 79, 551          EMS Operational Programs
  Individual Tax Preparers, State Board of                                                   Infection Control Program:
      General Regulation:                                                                        (fin.) ................................................................. 12
          (emer.) ............................................................ 428           Jurisdictional EMS Operational Programs:
          (prop.) ............................................................ 178               (fin.) ................................................................. 12
  Interior Designers, Board of Certified
      Code of Ethics:                                                                   MARYLAND INSURANCE ADMINISTRATION
         (fin.) ................................................................. 704    Health General
         (prop.) ............................................................... 25           Assignment of Benefits to Nonprofit Providers:
  Labor and Industry, Division of                                                                 (prop.) ............................................................. 730
      Crane Safety:                                                                      Health Insurance — General
          (fin.) ................................................................ 755         Child Only Policies:
          (prop.) ............................................................. 510               (emer.) .............................................................. 81
      Elevator, Escalator, and Chairlift Safety:                                                  (fin.) ............................................................... 320
          (prop.) ............................................................. 673           Uniform Consultation Referral:
      Maryland Occupational Safety and Health Act—                                                (fin.) ................................................................. 12
          Incorporation by Reference of Federal Standards:                               Health Insurance — Group
          (fin.) ....................................................... 317, 552             Comprehensive Standard Health Benefit Plan:
          (prop.) ............................................................ 322                (fin.) ................................................................. 13
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        Small Employer Group Health Insurance —                                                  Fishing Licenses — Point Assignment, License
           Disclosure Statement:                                                                   Revocation and Suspension Schedule and Criteria,
            (fin.) ................................................................ 397            and Hearing Procedure:
            (prop.) .............................................................. 60                 (fin.) ............................................... 393, 429, 430
     Insurance Producers and Other Insurance Professionals                                            (prop.) .............................................. 18, 163, 168
        Senior or Retiree Designations and Credentials:                                          General:
            (fin.) ............................................................... 433                (fin.) ......................................................... 429(2)
            (prop.) ............................................................. 130                 (prop.) .................................................... 158, 160
     Insurers                                                                                    Nuisance and Prohibited Species:
        Antifraud Plans:                                                                             (fin.) ........................................................... 394(2)
            (fin.) ................................................................ 397              (prop.) ......................................................... 22, 24
            (prop.) .............................................................. 59            Oysters:
        Payment of Actuarial Review of Rate Filings:                                                  (emer.) ................................................ 79, 262(2)
              (fin.) .............................................................. 618               (fin.) .......................................................393, 429
            (prop.) ............................................................ 230                  (prop.) .......................................................17, 161
     Life Insurance and Annuities                                                                Striped Bass:
         Retained Asset Accounts:                                                                     (fin.) .............................................................. 429
             (fin.) ............................................................... 264               (prop.) .................................................... 162, 711
         Suitability in Annuity Transactions:                                                    Yellow Perch:
            (fin.) ............................................................... 618                (fin.) ................................................................ 83
            (prop.) ............................................................ 231          Forest Conservation
                                                                                                 Model Forest Conservation Ordinance:
NATURAL RESOURCES, DEPARTMENT OF                                                                      (fin.) .................................................................83
  Boating — Speed Limits and Operation of Vessels                                                State Review and Approval of a Local Program:
     Chesapeake Bay:                                                                                  (fin.) .................................................................83
         (fin.) ................................................................ 430          Forests and Parks
         (prop.) ............................................................. 174               Woodland Incentive Program:
     Elk River:                                                                                       (fin.) ............................................................... 614
          (fin.) ............................................................... 430                  (prop.) .............................................................399
          (prop.) ............................................................ 176
     Middle River:                                                                        PLANNING, DEPARTMENT OF
          (prop.) ............................................................ 435          Census and Redistricting
          (withd.) .......................................................... 709              Redistricting Prison Populations:
     Ocean City—Back Bay Areas:                                                                 (emer.) ............................................................... 428
          (fin.) ............................................................... 430            (prop.) ................................................................ 401
          (prop.) ............................................................ 174
     Patuxent River:                                                                      PUBLIC SAFETY AND CORRECTIONAL SERVICES,
           (prop.) ........................................................... 175          DEPARTMENT OF
     Wicomico River:                                                                         Criminal Justice Information System Central Repository
          (fin.) ............................................................... 430            Criminal History Records Check of Individuals Who
          (prop.) ............................................................ 175                  Care for or Supervise Children:
  Fisheries Service                                                                                  (fin.) .............................................................. 318
     Crabs:                                                                                  Police Training Commission
          (fin.) ....................................................... 152, 429               General Regulations:
          (prop.) ............................................................ 158                   (fin.) .............................................................. 318
     Fish:                                                                                           (prop.) .............................................................556
          (emer.) ............................................................. 754          Sex Offender Registration
          (fin.) ................................................... 393, 429(2)                Administration of Juvenile Sex Offender Listing:
          (prop.) ...................... 18, 158, 162, 710, 759, 760                                 (prop.) .............................................................. 36
     Fishing Guide Provisions:                                                                  Administration of Sex Offender Registration:
           (fin.) .............................................................. 429                 (prop.) .............................................................. 36
           (prop.) ........................................................... 158
     Fishing in Nontidal Waters:                                                          PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION
           (fin.) .............................................................. 429        Service Supplied by Electric Companies
          (prop.) ............................................................ 158             General Provisions:
                                                                                                   (prop.) ............................................................. 332
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         Net Metering:
            (prop.) ............................................................ 332   TRANSPORTATION, DEPARTMENT OF
                                                                                         Maryland Transportation Authority
STATE POLICE, DEPARTMENT OF                                                                  Public Notice of Toll Schedule Revisions:
  Office of the State Fire Marshal                                                               (fin.) ............................................................... 706
     Nongovernmental Electrical Inspectors:                                                      (prop.) ............................................................. 198
         (fin.) ............................................................... 433      Motor Vehicle Administration — Administrative
         (prop.) ............................................................ 129         Procedures
                                                                                             Motor Vehicle Fees:
STATE PROCUREMENT REGULATIONS                                                                    (fin.) ................................................................264
  Contract Terms and Provisions                                                          Motor Vehicle Administration — Commercial Motor
      Mandatory Contract Provisions—All Contracts                                         Vehicles
        (except as provided under COMAR 21.05.07,                                            Motor Carrier Safety:
        21.07.02, and 21.07.03):                                                                  (fin.) .............................................................. 395
          (prop.) ..........................................................     624     Motor Vehicle Administration — Driver Licensing and
  General Provisions                                                                      Identification Documents
     Applicability:                                                                          Epilepsy—Restoration of License Following
         (fin.) ..............................................................   152             Ineligibility:
  Procurement Methods and Project Delivery Methods                                                 (fin.) ...............................................................553
     Mandatory Written Solicitation Requirements:                                                  (prop.) ........................................................... 200
         (prop.) ...........................................................     624         Expiration and Renewal of Driver’s License:
  Socioeconomic Policies                                                                           (fin.) ...............................................................553
     Minority Business Enterprise Policies:                                                        (prop.) ........................................................... 200
         (fin.) ..............................................................   152         Physical and Mental Condition:
     Miscellaneous Purchasing Preferences:                                                         (fin.) ...............................................................553
         (fin.) ..............................................................   152               (prop.) ........................................................... 200
     Prevailing Wage—Contracts for Public Works:                                             Proof of Age, Name, Identity, Residence, and Lawful
         (fin.) ..............................................................   509             Status:
        (prop.) ............................................................     230               (fin.) ...................................................... 395, 553
     Small Business Procurements:                                                                  (prop.) ........................................................... 200
         (fin.) ..............................................................   152         Reinstatement of Revoked Driver’s License or
                                                                                                 Privileges:
STATE RETIREMENT AND PENSION SYSTEM                                                                 (fin.) ..............................................................553
  General Regulations                                                                               (prop.) .......................................................... 200
     Designation of Beneficiary:                                                             Social Security Number:
         (fin.) ................................................................ 707                (fin.) ..............................................................553
         (prop.) ............................................................. 448                  (prop.) .......................................................... 200
     Enrollment in the State System:                                                         Unauthorized Additions to Driver’s License, Permit, or
         (fin.) ................................................................. 12             Photo Identification Card:
  Option and Annuity Tables                                                                         (fin.) ..............................................................553
     Option Factors and Annuity Values:                                                             (prop.) .......................................................... 200
         (fin.) ................................................................ 707     State Highway Administration
         (prop.) ............................................................. 449           Mobile Seafood and Produce Vendors:
  Service Credit                                                                                    (fin.) ............................................................. 506
     Qualifying Leaves of Absence:                                                                  (prop.) ............................................................ 34
          (fin.) ............................................................... 707     Transportation Service Human Resources System
          (prop.) ............................................................ 449           Equal Employment Opportunity:
     Service Credit for Officers of Employee Organizations:                                        (fin.) .............................................................. 318
          (fin.) ............................................................... 707
          (prop.) ............................................................ 450

                                                                      GENERAL NOTICES
Acupuncture, Board of                                                                     Anatomy Board, State
   Hearing on Regulations, Public ................................. 573                      Meeting, Public ......................................................... 337
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Architects, Board of                                                                           Dietetic Practice, Board of
   Meeting, Public ................. 134, 303, 405, 535, 635, 769                                 Meeting, Public ........................................... 63, 337, 635

Athletic Commission                                                                            Design Boards, Joint Chairs of the
   Meeting, Public ................. 134, 303, 405, 535, 682, 769                                Meeting, Public .................................................. 303, 405

Audiologists, Board of/Hearing Aid Dispensers, and                                             Developmental Disabilities Council
Speech-Language Pathologists                                                                      Proposed 5-Year State Plan Goals and Objectives .... 769
   Meeting, Public .................. 134, 303, 405, 535, 635, 735
                                                                                               Education, Maryland State Board of
Barbers, Board of                                                                                Meeting, Public ......................................... 303, 405, 735
   Meeting, Public ................................................. 303, 573
                                                                                               Education, Maryland State Department of/Division of
Canal Place Preservation and Development Authority                                              Special Education/Early Intervention Services
  Meeting, Public ............................................................ 63                 Hearing on Regulations, Public ....................... 337, 405

Cemetery Operations, Advisory Council on                                                       Education, Maryland State Department of — Office of
  Meeting, Public .......................... 405, 535, 573, 735, 769                            Child Care
                                                                                                  Meeting, Public ................................................ 535, 573
Child Care Program Administrators, Board for the
 Certification of Residential                                                                  Electricians, Board of Master
    Meeting, Public ........................ 337, 456, 535, 635, 735                              Meeting, Public ......... 134, 236, 337, 405, 536, 573, 635,
                                                                                                      ...........................................................................682(2)
Chiropractic and Massage Therapy Examiners, Board of
   Meeting, Public ........................ 337, 456, 535, 573, 635                            Elevator Safety Review Board
                                                                                                   Meeting, Public ........................................ 536, 736, 769
Collection Agency Licensing Board, Maryland
    Meeting, Public ......................................................... 635              Emergency Medical Services Advisory Council
                                                                                                 Meeting, Public ......................... 337, 456, 574, 682, 769
Comptroller of the Treasury
       Reduction of Bond Authorization Announcement .... 535,                                  Emergency Medical Services Board
................................................................................... 735, 769      Meeting, Public ................................ 337, 456, 574, 736

Correctional Training Commission                                                               Emergency Medical Services Systems, Maryland
   Meeting, Public ................................................. 456, 769                   Institute for (MIEMSS)
                                                                                                  Call for Letters of Intent for Trauma and Speciality
Cosmetologists, Board of                                                                             Referral Center Designation .......................... 635, 770
   Meeting, Public ................ 134, 303, 456, 535, 573, 682                                   Meeting, Public ...................... 134, 303, 405, 574, 635

Counselors and Therapists, Board of Professional                                               Engineers, Board for Professional
  Meeting, Public ................... 63, 236, 337, 456, 573, 635                                Meeting, Public ............ 63, 236, 338, 456, 536, 574, 682

Crime Control and Prevention, Governor's Office of                                             Engineers, Board of Examining
   Meeting, Public ......... 63(2), 134, 236, 303, 337(2), 456,                                  Meeting, Public ... 63, 134, 236, 405, 536, 574, 682, 736,
      ....................................................... 573, 682, 735, 769                     ............................................................................... 770

Criminal Justice Information Advisory Board                                                    Environment, Department of the
   Meeting, Public ......................................... 405, 456, 735                       Hearing, Public ........................................................... 63

Criminal Sentencing Policy, Commission on                                                      Environment, Department of the/Land Management
   Meeting, Public ......................................... 573, 635, 769                     Administration
                                                                                                 Meeting, Public ......................... 236, 303, 456, 574, 682
Deaf and Hard of Hearing, Office of the/Maryland
 Advisory Council for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing                                             Environmental Sanitarians, Board of
   Meeting, Public ................................................. 635, 682                    Meeting, Public ....... 63, 236(2), 405, 456, 536, 574, 736
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Financial Regulation, Commissioner of                                                        Heating, Ventilation, Air-Conditioning, and
   Receipt of Application .................................. 236(2), 635                       Refrigeration Contractors (HVACR)
                                                                                                  Meeting, Public ...... 63, 134, 237(2), 304, 338, 405, 457,
Fire Prevention Commission                                                                   .............................................. 536, 575, 636(2), 682, 736, 771
   Meeting, Public ......................................... 236, 536, 736
                                                                                             Home Improvement Commission
General Services, Department                                                                    Meeting, Public ................................ 338, 457, 575, 682
 of/Architectural/Engineering/Procurement/GPSSB
   Meeting, Public ................................................. 574, 770                Housing and Community Development
                                                                                                Hearing, Public ................................................ 338, 683
Hall of Records Commission
   Meeting, Public ......................................................... 682             Human Resources, Department of
                                                                                               Hearing, Public ................................................. 636, 683
Health and Mental Hygiene, Department of                                                       Meeting, Public ................. 237, 338, 536, 575, 636, 736
  Meeting, Public .... 63(2), 134(3), 237(2), 456, 574, 636,
       ............................................................................... 736   Independent Living Council, Maryland Statewide
  Regulation Notice ...................................................... 574                  Meeting, Public ................................. 304, 536, 736, 771

Health and Mental Hygiene, Department                                                        Insurance Administration, Maryland
 of/Developmental Disabilities Administration                                                   Hearing, Public .......................................................... 736
   Meeting, Public—DDA Resource Coordination
   Provider Interest Meetings ....................................... 303                    Interior Designers, Board of Certified
                                                                                                Meeting, Public ................................................. 134, 536
Health and Mental Hygiene, Department of/Laboratories
 Administration                                                                              Interstate Adult Offender Supervision, Council for
   Meeting, Public ........................................................ 574                 Meeting, Public ........................................................... 64

Health and Mental Hygiene, Department of/Laboratories                                        Kidney Disease, Commission On
  Administration/Forensic Laboratory Advisory                                                   Meeting, Public ................................................... 64, 457
  Committee
   Meeting, Public ......................................................... 134             Labor and Industry, Division of/Advisory Council on
                                                                                              Prevailing Wage Rates
Health and Mental Hygiene, Department of/Maryland                                               Meeting, Public ......................................................... 536
  Board of Physicians
   Meeting, Public ................................... 63, 303, 536, 636                     Labor and Industry, Division of/Amusement Ride Safety
                                                                                              Advisory Board
Health and Mental Hygiene, Department of/Medicaid                                               Meeting, Public ................................................ 536, 683
 Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee
  Call for Physician Nominations ..................................... 63                    Labor and Industry, Division of/Board of Boiler Rules
                                                                                                Meeting, Public ................................................. 457, 736
Health and Mental Hygiene, Department of/Office of
 Health Services                                                                             Labor, Licensing, and Regulation, Department
  Maryland Medicaid Rate Increase for STEPS ............ 770                                  of/Division of Labor and Industry/Maryland
  Maryland Medicaid Rate Reductions ................. 770, 771                                Apprenticeship and Training Council
  Maryland Medicaid Reimbursement Changes ............. 770                                     Meeting, Public ........................................... 64, 338, 575
  Maryland Medical Assistance Laboratory Services
      Rate Change .......................................................... 771             Labor, Licensing, and Regulation, Department
  Maryland Medical Assistance Physicians Services                                             of/Division of Labor and Industry/Maryland
      Rate Change .......................................................... 771              Occupational Safety and Health (MOSH) Advisory
  State Plan Approvals ................................................. 575                  Board
  State Plan Submission ............................................... 304                     Meeting, Public ................................. 304, 575, 683, 771

Health and Mental Hygiene, Department of/Pharmacy                                            Labor Relations Board, State
 and Therapeutics Committee                                                                     Meeting, Public ......................................................... 683
   Meeting, Public ................................................ 575, 636
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Land Patents, Commissioner of                                                            Optometry, Board of Examiners in
 Notice of Warrant No. 98 ..................................... 304, 338                   Meeting, Public ............................................ 65, 406, 637
 Notice of Warrant No. 99 ..................................... 305, 338
 Notice of Warrant to Survey ........................................ 771                Pilots, Board of
                                                                                             Meeting, Public ........................................... 65, 457, 684
Land Surveyors, Board for Professional
  Meeting, Public ................. 134, 305, 457, 575, 683, 772                         Plumbing, Board of
                                                                                            Meeting, Public ................. 135, 238, 339, 537, 638, 737
Land Surveyors, Board for Professional/Aerial
 Photogrammetric Committee                                                               Podiatric Medical Examiners, Board of
  Meeting, Public ......................................... 305, 457, 575                  Meeting, Public .... 638(2), 684(6), 737(4), 738(2), 772(5)

Landscape Architects, Board of Examiners of                                              Police Training Commission
  Meeting, Public ........................................... 64, 405, 736                  Meeting, Public .................................................. 406, 772

Lottery Commission, Maryland State                                                       Procurement Advisory Council (PAC)
   Meeting, Public ................... 64, 305, 406, 536, 636, 736                          Meeting, Public ................................................. 305, 638

Maryland Health Care Commission                                                          Psychologists, Board of Examiners of
  Application, Receipt of ........................... 64, 637(2), 737                       Meeting, Public ................. 238, 339, 406, 576, 684, 772
  Capital Threshold Update .......................................... 637
  Docketing, Notice of .................................................... 65           Public Accountancy, Board of
  Formal Start of Review ....................................... 65, 737                    Meeting, Public ................................. 135, 238, 339, 638
  Meeting, Public .. 64, 134, 135, 237, 339, 406, 457, 536,
      ....................................... 576, 636, 637, 683, 736, 772               Public Broadcasting Commission, Maryland
  Request for Exemption from Certificate of Need ...... 737                                 Meeting, Public ................................................... 65, 576

Maryland Institute for Emergency Medical Services                                        Public Defender System for the State of Maryland,
 Systems (MIEMMS)                                                                          Board of Trustees of the
   Meeting, Public ........................................................ 406             Meeting, Public ................................. 238, 406, 457, 537

Maryland Public Broadcasting Commission                                                  Quality Care at the End of Life, State Advisory Council on
  Meeting, Public .................................................. 406, 737              Meeting, Public ................................... 65, 135, 638, 684

Minority Business Enterprise Advisory Committee                                          Racing Commission
  Meeting, Public .. 65, 135, 237, 305, 339, 406, 457, 536,                                Meeting, Public ............... 65, 238, 339, 457, 576, 738, 772
      ............................................... 576, 637, 683, 737, 772
                                                                                         Real Estate Appraisers and Home Inspectors,
Morticians and Funeral Directors, Board of                                                Commission of
  Meeting, Public ................. 237, 339, 457, 526, 576, 683                            Meeting, Public ......................................... 135, 458, 738

Natural Resources, Department of/Coastal Management                                      Real Estate Commission
 Program                                                                                    Meeting, Hearing .......... 135, 305, 406, 576, 638(2), 772
   Public Notice of Approval of Proposed Change to the                                      Meeting, Public ............. 135, 305, 406, 576(3), 638, 772
     Maryland Coastal Management Program ............. 536
                                                                                         Retirement and Pension System—Board of Trustees
Nursing, Board of                                                                           Meeting, Public ................................. 135, 339, 537, 738
  Disciplinary Actions Taken Against RNs and LPNs in
      Maryland ...................................................... 238, 339           Social Work Examiners, Board of
                                                                                           Meeting, Public .................................................. 638, 684
Nursing Home Administrators, Board of Examiners of
  Meeting on Regulations, Public ........ 238, 537, 576, 637,                            State Highway Administration/Project Planning Division
      ....................................................................... 683, 737      Notice of the Finding of No Significant Impact and
                                                                                                Receipt of Location/Design Approvals ............... 237
Occupational Therapy Practice, Board of
  Meeting, Public ................. 238, 339, 457, 576, 683, 772
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Susquehanna River Basin Commission                                                           Transportation Authority, Maryland
   Hearing, Public .......................................................... 738               Meeting, Public ............ 135, 305, 406, 458, 537, 638, 738

Tax Preparers, State Board of Individual                                                     Waterworks and Waste Systems Operators, Board of
   Meeting, Public ........................................................ 339                Meeting, Public ............. 135, 305, 406, 537(2), 638, 773

Teacher Education Board, Professional Standards and                                          Well Drillers, Board of
   Meeting, Public ........................ 337, 456, 573, 682, 769                            Meeting, Public ................. 135, 305, 406, 537, 638, 773

Tourism Development Board                                                                    Workers' Compensation Commission
  Meeting, Public .......................................................... 772               Meeting, Public ......... 65(2), 135(2), 239, 305, 306, 340,
                                                                                                  ................................406, 458, 537, 576, 638, 684, 773

                                CUMULATIVE TABLE OF COMAR CHAPTERS AFFECTED
   The table printed below contains the COMAR numbers of the titles, subtitles, and chapters affected by the documents published
in Volume 38, Issues 1 — 13, of the Maryland Register. Also listed in the table are the COMAR numbers of the Governor's
Executive Orders, under 01 Executive Department.


01 Executive Department                                    05.10.05 ................................ 153, 505        09.11.06     .................................. 87, 505
01.01.2010.23 ................................... 9        05.10.06 ................................ 153, 505        09.12.26     ................................. 510, 755
01.01.2010.24 ............................... 146                                                                    09.12.31     ........................ 317, 322, 552
01.01.2010.25 ............................... 146          07 Department of Human Resources                          09.12.81     ........................................ 673
01.01.2011.01 ............................... 415          07.01.04 ................................ 265, 614        09.13.06     ................................ 267, 704
01.01.2011.02 ............................... 415          07.02.13 ......................................... 759    09.18.02     .................................. 25, 704
01.01.2011.03 ............................... 416          07.02.15 .................................... 505(2)      09.20.04     ........................................ 176
01.01.2011.04 ................................ 547         07.07.01 ................................ 265, 614        09.22.01     ......................................... 552
01.01.2011.05 ................................ 585         07.07.08 ................................ 266, 614        09.22.02     ......................................... 552
01.01.2011.06 ................................ 646         07.07.14 .................................... 151(2)      09.23.01     ................................ 268, 704
01.01.2011.07 ................................ 646                                                                   09.23.04     ......................................... 516
01.01.2011.08 ................................ 746         08 Department of Natural Resources                        09.23.06     ......................................... 517
01.01.2011.09 ............................... 747          08.02.01 .................... 158, 160, 429(2)            09.26.02     ........................................ 394
01.01.2011.10 ................................ 748         08.02.03 ......................... 152, 158, 429          09.38.01     ................................ 178, 428
                                                           08.02.04 17, 79, 161, 262(2), 393, 429
                                                           08.02.05 .... 18, 158, 162, 393, 429(2),                  10 Department of Health and Mental
03 Comptroller of the Treasury                             ................................ 710, 754, 759, 760           Hygiene
03.01.02 .................................. 14, 393        08.02.11 ................................. 158, 429       10.01.04 ......................................... 180
03.02.02 ........................................ 670      08.02.13 ... 18, 163, 168, 393, 429, 430                  10.01.17 .................. 83, 521, 612, 755
03.04.01 .................................. 14, 393        08.02.15 ......................... 162, 429, 710          10.07.05 ........................................ 269
03.04.02 .................................. 14, 393        08.02.18 ................................. 158, 429       10.09.01 ......................................... 430
03.04.05................................... 14, 393        08.02.19 ....................... 22, 24, 394(2)           10.09.02 .................................. 84, 430
03.04.07 .................................. 14, 393        08.02.21 .......................................... 83    10.09.03 .......................................... 84
03.04.10 .................................. 14, 393        08.07.05 ................................ 399, 614        10.09.04 ......................................... 555
03.04.12 .................................. 14, 393        08.18.07 ................................. 174, 430       10.09.06 .................................. 84, 435
03.06.01 ................................. 261, 758        08.18.14 ......................................... 435    10.09.07 .................................. 89, 430
                                                           08.18.18 ................................. 174, 430       10.09.08 .................................. 84, 430
05 Department of Housing and                               08.18.20 ......................................... 175    10.09.09 ......................................... 430
Community Development                                      08.18.30 ................................. 175, 430       10.09.10 ...................................... 84(3)
05.04.06 ........................................ 317      08.18.31 ................................. 176, 430       10.09.14 .................................. 84, 430
05.04.09 ........................................ 151      08.19.02 .......................................... 83    10.09.15 .................................. 84, 430
05.04.11......................................... 151      08.19.03 ........................................... 83   10.09.16 ........................................... 84
05.10.01 ................................ 153, 505                                                                   10.09.17 ......................................... 430
05.10.02 ................................ 153, 505         09 Department of Labor, Licensing,                        10.09.18 ........................................... 84
05.10.03 ................................ 153, 505            and Regulation                                         10.09.21 ......................................... 430
05.10.04 ................................ 153, 505         09.03.12 ................................... 79, 551      10.09.22 .......................................... 84
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10.09.24 ............................ 180, 185(2)         11.04.16 .................................. 34, 506       14 Independent Agencies
10.09.29 .......................................... 84    11.07.05 ................................ 198, 706        14.01.10 .................... 56, 80(2), 84(2),
10.09.30 .......................................... 84    11.11.05 ......................................... 264    ......... 152, 206, 263, 264, 396, 507, 622
10.09.33 ........................................... 84   11.17.02 ................................ 200, 553        14.01.13 ................................ 754, 762
10.09.34 ................................ 281, 552        11.17.03 ................................. 200, 553       14.01.14 .......................... 84, 524, 756
10.09.36 ........................... 84, 281, 755         11.17.04 ................................ 200, 553        14.01.16 ................................. 524, 756
10.09.39 .................................. 84, 430       11.17.08 ................................ 200, 553        14.01.17 ................................. 524, 756
10.09.51 ................................... 89, 431      11.17.09 ........................ 200, 395, 553           14.01.20 ........................................ 152
10.09.65 ......................... 188, 431, 437          11.17.11 ................................ 200, 553        14.03.01 ......................................... 433
10.09.69 ................................ 191, 431        11.17.12 ................................ 200, 553        14.03.02 ......................................... 507
10.09.76 ................................ 188, 431        11.21.01 ........................................ 395     14.03.03 ......................................... 507
10.09.77 .................................. 84, 430                                                                 14.03.04 ......................................... 507
10.10.01 .......................................... 11    12 Department of Public Safety and                        14.03.05 ......................................... 507
10.10.06 .......................................... 11       Correctional Services                                  14.09.01 ............. 57, 58, 207, 397, 616
10.13.02 ......................................... 712    12.04.01 ................................ 318, 556        14.09.02 ........................................ 319
10.14.01 ........................................... 11   12.06.01 .......................................... 36    14.09.03 ................................ 207, 327
10.15.03 ........................................... 83   12.06.02 ........................................... 36   14.22.01 ................................ 327, 552
10.15.04 .......................................... 83    12.15.02 ........................................ 318     14.22.02 ................................ 327, 553
10.15.06 ........................................ 317
10.15.07 ........................................ 761     13A State Board of Education                              15 Department of Agriculture
10.16.06 ..................517, 612, 703, 755             13A.03.02 ................................ 50, 523        15.01.09 ................................ 557, 756
10.20.01 ................................... 90, 431      13A.04.18 ..................................... 396       15.05.01 .......................................... 11
10.21.25 ................................ 192, 755        13A.05.01 ............................. 323, 615          15.05.02 .......................................... 85
10.22.17 ......................................... 671    13A.05.02 ..................... 325, 396, 615             15.14.03 ................................. 210, 432
10.24.05.......................... 438, 504, 705          13A.05.11 .............................. 204, 506         15.14.09 ........................................ 622
10.25.11 ........................................ 715     13A.06.01 ...................................... 723      15.14.13 ................................ 210, 432
10.25.16 ......................................... 615    13A.07.01 ..................................... 679       15.15.03 ........................................ 319
10.27.01................................. 440, 705        13A.12.02 .............................. 205, 615         15.15.11 ........................................ 725
10.27.07 .......................................... 26    13A.14.09 ............................. 556, 756          15.15.12 ........................................ 727
10.27.10 ................................ 193, 553        13A.14.10 ............................. 325, 616          15.15.13 ................................ 558, 756
10.32.11 ........................................ 317     13A.15.02 ....................................... 51      15.21.01 ................................ 213, 553
10.33.01 ........................................ 395     13A.15.05 ............................... 51, 396
10.34.03 ........................................ 716     13A.15.06 ............................... 51, 396         17 Department of Budget and
10.34.23 .................................. 30, 671       13A.15.09 ............................... 51, 396            Management
10.34.28 ........................................... 93   13A.15.11 ............................... 51, 396         17.04.05 .......................................... 85
10.36.01 .............................. 31, 395(2)        13A.15.13 ................................ 51, 396
10.36.02 .......................................... 31    13A.15.14 ............................... 51, 396         18 Department of Assessments and
10.36.06 ................................... 31, 395      13A.16.01 ............................... 52, 396            Taxation
10.36.07 ................................... 31, 395      13A.16.02 ................................ 52, 396        18.17.01 ........................................... 85
10.36.09 ......................................... 620    13A.16.06 ............................... 52, 396
10.37.01 ........................... 11, 400, 756         13A.16.10 ............................... 52, 396         19A State Ethics Commission
10.37.07 ........................................ 722     13A.16.11 ................................ 52, 396        19A.01.01 ...................................... 525
10.39.01................................. 440, 705        13A.16.17 ................................ 52, 396        19A.01.02 ...................................... 525
10.41.03 ............ 197(2), 506, 672, 674               13A.16.18 ............................... 52, 396         19A.01.03 ...................................... 526
10.41.08 ................................ 197, 672        13A.17.01 ............................... 54, 396         19A.03.03 ...................................... 525
10.42.01......................................... 432     13A.17.06 ............................... 54, 396         19A.04.01 .............................. 213, 508
10.42.03................................. 441, 705        13A.17.10 ............................... 54, 396         19A.04.02 .............................. 213, 508
10.44.20 ........................................ 318     13A.17.11 ............................... 54, 396         19A.04.03 .............................. 213, 508
10.44.21 ........................................ 674     13A.17.15 ................................ 54, 396        19A.04.04 .............................. 213, 508
10.44.22 ................................... 31, 506      13A.17.16 ............................... 54, 396         19A.05.01 .............................. 282, 509
10.46.04 ........................................ 264                                                               19A.05.02 .............................. 282, 509
10.50.01 ................................... 32, 432      13B Maryland Higher Education                             19A.05.03 .............................. 282, 509
10.58.12 ........................................ 676         Commission                                            19A.05.04 .............................. 282, 509
                                                          13B.01.01 ............................... 433, 706
11 Department of Transportation                           13B.02.04 ................................ 56, 432
11.02.04 ........................................ 318     13B.03.01............................... 447, 706
                                               CUMULATIVE INDEX, JANUARY 2011 — JUNE 2011                                                                      21


20 Public Service Commission                             26 Department of the Environment                            30.08.01 .......................................... 12
20.50.01 ......................................... 332   26.04.01 ........................................ 319       30.08.12 .......................................... 12
20.50.10 ......................................... 332   26.09.01 .......................... 96, 263, 617
                                                         26.09.02 ........................... 96, 263, 617           31 Maryland Insurance Administration
21 State Procurement Regulations                         26.11.01 101, 104, 263, 561, 617, 729                       31.03.15 ................................ 130, 433
21.01.03 ........................................ 152    26.11.02 ....... 101, 106, 263, 561, 617,                   31.04.15 .................................. 59, 397
21.05.08 ........................................ 624    ................................................ 708, 730   31.04.21 ................................ 230, 618
21.07.01 ........................................ 624    26.11.06 ........................ 101, 263, 617             31.09.12 ................................ 231, 618
21.11.01 ......................................... 152   26.11.08 ........................................ 110       31.09.14 ......................................... 264
21.11.03 ........................................ 152    26.11.09 .................. 104, 106, 112, 708              31.10.12 ........................................... 12
21.11.07 ........................................ 152    26.11.19 ... 114, 117, 565, 617(2), 730                     31.10.40 .................................... 81, 320
21.11.11 ................................ 230, 509       26.11.23 ................................. 120, 617         31.10.41 ........................................ 730
                                                         26.11.31 ......................................... 121      31.11.06 .......................................... 13
22 State Retirement and Pension                          26.11.34 ................................ 125, 617          31.11.11 .................................. 60, 397
   System                                                26.11.36 ................................ 106, 708
22.01.07 ................................ 448, 707       26.12.03 ................................ 127, 397          33 State Board of Elections
22.01.12 .......................................... 12                                                               33.16.02 ......................................... 732
22.02.01 ................................ 449, 707       29 Department of State Police                               33.17.02 ......................................... 733
22.05.01 ................................ 449, 707       29.07.01 ................................ 129, 433          33.17.04 ......................................... 733
22.05.06 ................................ 450, 707                                                                   33.17.07 ......................................... 733
                                                         30 Maryland Institute for Emergency
24 Department of Business and                               Medical Services Systems
  Economic Development                                       (MIEMSS)                                                34 Department of Planning
24.05.06 ................................. 560, 757      30.02.02 ......................................... 296      34.05.01 ................................. 401, 428
                                                         30.03.02 .......................................... 12
                                                         30.03.09 .......................................... 12


                   CITATIONS TO DOCUMENTS INCORPORATED BY REFERENCE IN 2011
    Environment, Department of the                            Health and Mental Hygiene,                                 Labor, Licensing, and Regulation,
       26.11.31                                                  Department of                                              Department of
           (fin.) ........................... 708                10.09.51                                                    09.12.81
          (prop.) ......................... 121                      (fin.) ............................. 431                   (prop.) .......................... 673
       26.11.34                                                      (prop.) ............................ 89
           (fin.) ........................... 617                10.15.06                                                Natural Resources, Department of
          (prop.) ......................... 125                      (fin.) ............................. 317               08.02.04
                                                                 10.37.01                                                       (emer.) ......................... 262
                                                                     (fin.) .............................. 756                  (fin.) ............................ 429
                                                                     (prop.) .......................... 400                     (prop.) .......................... 161
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               DEPOSITORIES FOR DOCUMENTS INCORPORATED BY REFERENCE

                                       Depositories for Documents Incorporated by
                                Reference into the Code of Maryland Regulations (COMAR)

Annapolis                                  410-706-6502,
MD Department of Legislative               FAX 410-706-2372                        Princess Anne
Services                                                                           Frederick Douglass Library
90 State Circle(21401)                     Charlotte Hall                          University of MD Eastern Shore
Contact: Lynda Cunningham                  Southern MD Regional Library            (21853)
410-946-5400, 301-970-5400,                37600 New Market Rd.                    Contact: Martha Zimmerman
800-492-7111 x5400 (MD only),              (20622)                                 410-651-7540,
FAX 410-841-3850                           P.O. Box 459 (20622)                    FAX 410-651-6269
                                           Contact: Pat Ward
MD State Archives                          301-934-9442,                           Rockville
350 Rowe Blvd. (21401)                     FAX 301-884-0438                        Montgomery County Public Library
Contact: Christine Alvey                                                           Rockville Branch 21
410-260-6438,                              College Park                            Maryland Avenue (20850)
FAX 410-974-3895                           Hornbake Library                        Contact: Caren Genison-Perilman
                                           University of MD                        240-777-0170,
MD State Law Library                       Marylandia and Rare Books               FAX 240-777-0155
Robert C. Murphy Courts of Appeal          Department (20742)
Bldg. 361 Rowe Blvd. (21401)               Contact: Ann Hudak                      Salisbury
Contact: Mary Jo Lazun                     301-405-9210,                           Salisbury University
410-260-1430, 888-216-8156,                FAX 301-314-2709                        Blackwell Library
FAX 410-974-2063                                                                   College and Camden Avenues
                                           Frostburg                               (21801)
                                           Frostburg State University              Contact: Gaylord Robb
Baltimore                                  Lewis J. Ort Library                    410-543-6234,
State Library Resource Center              1 Stadium Drive (21532)                 FAX 410-543-6203
Enoch Pratt Free Library                   Contact: Jeff Maehre
400 Cathedral St. (21201)                  301-687-4734,                           Towson
Contact: State Depository and              FAX 301-687-7069                        Albert S. Cook Library
Distribution Program                                                               Towson University
410-396-1789,                              Hagerstown                              8000 York Road (21252)
FAX 410-396-4570                           Government Reference Service of         Contact: Carl Olson
                                           Washington County Free Library          410-704-3267,
Law Library                                100 South Potomac Street (21740)        FAX 410-704-3829
University of Baltimore                    Contact: Harry Sachs
1415 Maryland Ave.                         301-739-3250 x 149,                     Washington, D.C.
(21201)                                    FAX 301-739-5839                        Library of Congress
Contact: Patricia Behles                                                           Anglo-American Acquisitions
410-837-4559,                              Largo                                   Division
FAX 410-837-4570                           Prince George's Community College       Government Documents Section101
                                           Library                                 Independence Ave., S.E. (20540)
Thurgood Marshall Law Library              301 Largo Road (20774)                  Contact: Richard Yarnall
University of Md. School of Law            Contact: Priscilla Thompson             202-707-9470,
501 W. Fayette Street (21201)              301-322-0468,                           FAX 202-707-0380
Contact: Bill Sleeman                      FAX 301-808-8847
                                  CUMULATIVE INDEX, JANUARY 2011 — JUNE 2011                                            23



                                         REGULATIONS COORDINATORS
    For questions regarding the meaning or interpretation of proposed or adopted regulations, contact the Regulations Coordinators
listed below. Regulations Coordinators are State agency personnel who are particularly knowledgeable about regulations proposed
or adopted by their respective departments or agencies.

Administrative Hearings (Title 28)            410-767-6451                                   Education Commission, Higher
Jana Burch                                    410-333-8298 (Fax)                             (Title 13B)
410-229-4130                                                                                 Cathy Shultz
410-229-4111 (Fax)                            Children, Youth and Families,                  410-260-4505
                                              Governor's Office for                          410-260-3202 (Fax)
Aging (Title 32)                              David Russell
Sandra Cobb                                   410-767-4181                                   Education, State Board of (Title
410-767-1084                                  410-333-5248 (Fax)                             13A)
410-333-7943 (Fax)                                                                           Charlene Necessary
                                              Comptroller (Title 03)                         410-767-0467
Agriculture (Title 15)                        Sharonne Bonardi                               410-333-6033 (Fax)
Tonia Martin                                  (Dept. Coordinator)
410-841-5883                                  410-767-4125                                   Elections, State Board of (Title 33)
410-841-5914 (Fax)                            410-974-3201 (Fax)                             Nikki Trella
                                                Alcohol & Tobacco Tax                        410-269-2843
Archives (Title 14)                             Joanne Tetlow                                410-974-2019 (Fax)
Richard Richardson                              410-260-7494
410-260-6407                                    410-974-5564 (Fax)                           Maryland Energy Administration
410-974-3895 (Fax)                                                                           (Title 14)
                                                Compliance                                   410-260-7752
Assessments & Taxation (Title 18)               Sharonne Bonardi                             410-974-2250 (Fax)
Jeffrey G. Comen                                410-767-4125
410-767-1280                                    410-333-7745 (Fax)                           Environment (Title 26)
410-333-5148 (Fax)
                                                 Motor Fuel Tax                                Air & Radiation Management
Attorney General (Title 02)                      Joanne Tetlow                                 Deborah Rabin
Joy Sakamoto                                     410-260-7494                                  410-537-4414
410-576-7041                                     410-974-5564 (Fax)                            410-537-3202 (Fax)
410-576-7036 (Fax)
                                                Revenue Administration                         Land Management
Blind Industries & Services (Title              Wally Eddleman                                 Gail Castleman
14)                                             410-260-7645                                   410-537-3310
Christina Davis                                 410-974-3456 (Fax)                             410-537-3156 (Fax)
410-233-4567                                  Contract Appeals Board (Title 21)
410-233-0544 (Fax)                            Robert B. Harrison III                           Water Management
                                              410-767-8228                                     Renee Matthews
Blind Vending Services (Title 14)             410-333-0890 (Fax)                               410-527-3567
John Ward                                                                                      410-527-2388 (Fax)
410-247-3737                                  Criminal Sentencing (Title 14)
410-247-5978 (Fax)                            David Soulé                                    Ethics Commission (Title 19A)
                                              301-403-2707                                   Robert Hahn
Budget & Management (Title 17)                301-403-4164 (Fax)                             410-974-2068
Leslie Buchman                                                                               410-974-2418 (Fax)
(Dept. Coordinator)                           Critical Area Comm. for the
410-767-4718                                  Chesapeake and Atlantic Coastal                General Services (Title 04)
410-333-5262 (Fax)                            Bays (Title 27)                                Anne Hubbard
                                              Lisa Hoerger                                   410-767-4606
Business & Economic Development               410-260-3478                                   410-333-5730 (Fax)
(Title 24)                                    410-974-5338 (Fax)
Anita Lydic Diven
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Health & Mental Hygiene (Title       Pharmacy, Board of                Racing Commission
10)                                  Anna Jeffers                        J. Michael Hopkins
Michele Phinney                      410-764-3833                        410-230-6337
(Dept. Coordinator)                  410-358-6207(Fax)                   410-333-8308 (Fax)
410-767-6499
410-333-7687 (Fax)                   Physicians, Board of              Lottery (Title 14)
                                     Karen Wulff                       Robert Howells
  Alcohol & Drug Abuse               410-764-3930                      410-230-8789
  410-402-8621                       410-358-2252 (Fax)                410-230-8727 (Fax)
  410-402-8602 (Fax)
                                    Housing & Community                Maryland Automobile Insurance
  Boards and Commissions            Development (Title 05)             Fund (Title 14)
  410-764-5978                      Mark Petrauskas                    410-269-8626
  410-358-1879 (Fax)                410-514-7834                       410-269-4344 (Fax)
                                    410-987-4094 (Fax)
  Developmental Disabilities                                           Maryland Institute of Emergency
  410-767-5575                      Human Relations (Title 14)         Medical Services
  410-767-5850 (Fax)                Glendora C. Hughes                 Systems (Title 30)
                                    410-767-8572                       Ronald Schaefer
 Health Services Cost Review        410-333-1841 (Fax)                 410-706-2339
Comm.                                                                  410-706-2367 (Fax)
  Diana Kemp                        Human Resources (Title 07)
  410-764-2576                      Andrea Shuck                       Natural Resources (Title 08)
  410-358-6217 (Fax)                410-767-7193                       Eileen Mosley
                                    410-333-0637 (Fax)                 (Dept. Coordinator)
  Laboratories                                                         410-260-8107
  410-767-6909                      Insurance Administration (Title    410-260-8111 (Fax)
  410-333-5403 (Fax)                31)
                                    Katrina Lawhorn                      Boating
 Maryland Health Care Commission    410-468-2450                         Jack Baily
 Amelia Rutledge                    410-468-2020 (Fax)                   410-974-2040
 410-764-3322                                                            410-974-5647 (Fax)
 410-358-1311 (Fax)                 Juvenile Services (Title 16)
                                    Shelly Mintz                         Fisheries
  Medical Assistance                410-230-3153                         Tammy O'Connell
  Lisa Fassett                      410-333-4198 (Fax)                   410-260-8271
  410-767-0579                                                           410-260-8278 (Fax)
  410-333-5185 (Fax)                Labor, Licensing, and Regulation
                                    (Title 09)                           Forest Conservation
  Mental Hygiene                    Jackie Lichter                       Marian Honeczy
  410-402-8440                      (Dept. Coordinator)                  410-260-8511
  410-402-8441 (Fax)                410-230-6009                         410-260-8595 (Fax)
                                    410-333-0853 (Fax)
  Nursing, Board of                                                      Forest Service
  Shirley Devaris                     Labor & Industry                   Steve Koehn
  410-585-1902                        Debbie Stone                       410-260-8501
  410-358-3530 (Fax)                  410-767-2225                       410-260-8595 (Fax)
                                      410-767-2986 (Fax)
  Office of Health Care Quality                                          Wildlife and Heritage
  Lynda Brown                         Occupational & Professional        Glenn Therres
  410-402-8004                        Licensing                          410-260-8572
  410-402-8211 (Fax)                  Harry Loleas                       410-260-8596 (Fax)
                                      410-230-6226
                                      410-333-6314 (Fax)
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Northeast Waste Disposal                   Parole & Probation                 Tax Court (Title 14)
Authority (Title 14)                        Philip Pie                        Robert L. Zouck
M. Catherine Coble                          410-585-3500                      410-767-4830
410-333-2730                                410-764-4091 (Fax)                410-333-5286 (Fax)
410-333-2721 (Fax)
                                             Patuxent Institution             Transportation (Title 11)
Planning, Maryland Department of             410-799-3314                     Natalie Henson
(Title 34)                                   410-799-7457 (Fax)               410-865-1091
Arabia Matthews                                                               410-865-1201 (Fax)
410-767-4512                                 Police & Correctional Training
410-767-4480 (Fax)                          Commissions                         Aviation Admin.
                                            Thomas C. Smith                     Jeanette Brewer
Procurement Regulations, State              410-875-3605                        410-859-7734
(Title 21)                                  410-875-3584 (Fax)                  410-850-4127 (Fax)
Mary Jo Childs                                                                  Mass Transit Admin.
410-260-7720                               Public Service Commission (Title     James Knighton
410-975-5240 (Fax)                         20)                                  410-767-3934
                                           410-767-8064                         410-333-0689 (Fax)
Property Tax Assessment Appeals            410-333-3802 (Fax)
Board (Title 14)                                                                Motor Vehicle Admin.
410-974-2087                               Public Works, Board of               410-424-3105
410-974-5595 (Fax)                         (Title 23)                           410-768-7506 (Fax)
                                           Sheila McDonald
Public Defender (Title 14)                 410-260-7335                        Port Admin.
410-767-8474                               410-974-5240 (Fax)                  William Franklin
410-333-8496 (Fax)                                                             410-631-1142
                                           Retirement & Pension Systems        410-631-1009 (Fax)
Public Safety & Correctional               (Title 22)
Services (Title 12)                        J. Howard Pleines                    State Highway Admin.
George Hall                                410-625-5602                         Linda Singer
410-339-5073                               410-468-1710 (Fax)                   410-545-0362
410-339-4227 (Fax)                                                              410-209-5019 (Fax)
                                           Secretary of State (Title 01)
  Correction                               410-974-2486                         Transportation Authority
  Suzanne Fisher                           410-280-5647 (Fax)                   Gregory Derwart
  410-585-3310                                                                  410-288-8401
  410-764-4182 (Fax)                       Securities Division (Title 02)       410-288-8412 (Fax)
                                           Timothy F. Cox
  Correctional Standards                   410-576-7045                       Treasurer, State (Title 25)
  410-585-3830                             410-576-6532 (Fax)                 Kathy Wohlgemuth
  410-318-6020 (Fax)                                                          410-260-7164
                                           State Police (Title 29)            410-974-3530 (Fax)
  Criminal Injuries Compensation           Tom Vondersmith
  Board                                    410-653-4253                       Veterans Affairs (Title 35)
  Robert Woolford                          410-653-4250 (Fax)                 Cate Conroy
  410-585-3010                                                                410-260-3845
  410-764-3815 (Fax)                        Fire Marshal/Fire Prevention      410-216-7928 (Fax)
                                            Commission
 Inmate Grievance                           John F. Bender                    Workers' Compensation
  Scott Oakley                              410-339-4200                      (Title 14)
  410-585-3840                              410-339-4215 (Fax)                Amy Lackington
  410-318-6015 (Fax)                                                          410-864-5315
                                                                              410-333-8122 (Fax)
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                     ADMINISTRATIVE, EXECUTIVE AND LEGISLATIVE REVIEW
                                (AELR) COMMITTEE COUNSEL
This Committee of the General Assembly reviews all regulations and approves emergency regulations. Administrative, Executive
and Legislative Review (AELR) Committee Counsel
Marie Razulis
410-946-5350
410-946-5529 (Fax)

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410-946-5350
410-946-5395 (Fax)

				
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