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Maryland State Government Wildlife and Heritage Service
580 Taylor Ave, Annapolis, MD 21401
Located on Taylor Avenue, the Maryland State Government Wildlife and Heritage Service is part of the Maryland DepartmentMore of Natural Resources. The Wildlife and Heritage Service is responsible for 44 Wildlife Management areas in 18 of the state's 23 counties. The Wildlife and Heritage Service also oversees and enforces regulations over hunting and other activities that impact the state's endangered and threatened species, including plants. Visit the service's website for WMA maps and for information about purchasing a hunting license.
Maryland State Government Secretary of State
16 Francis Saint Jeffrey Buildi, Annapolis, MD 21401
The Office of the Secretary of State is located in the Jeffrey Building, overlooking State Circle in Annapolis'sMore Historic District. John P. McDonough serves as Maryland's Secretary of State, and he has held the office since July of 2008. It is the responsibility of the office to administer the state's notary public laws and to keep and protect the Great Seal of Maryland. The Office of the Secretary of State also provides Maryland citizens with any necessary information they need before making decisions about donating to charities. Visit the office's website for more information.
Maryland State Government Board of Public Works
80 Calvert St, Annapolis, MD 21401
The Maryland State Government Board of Public Works has the responsibility of reviewing state expenditures to confirm ifMore necessary and appropriate, approve capital projects and acquisition and transfer of state assets.  It is also responsible for controlling procurement policy, adopting procurement regulations and reviewing capital procurement contracts. Similarity in the names of the Board of Public Works and departments of public works can cause confusion as to the function of this office. Departments of public works are run by local governments providing services such as wastewater treatment, recycling programs, refuse collection, etc. 
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