Status Of Carroll County's Legislative Package

January 13, 1991

Status of Carroll County's legislative package

Bill--91-1

Description of proposed legislation

General obligation bond authorization: Authorize the county to sell bonds to pay for capital projects, included in the fiscal 1992 county budget (such as for schools, landfills, senior centers); amount to be determined.

Status (as of Jan. 11)

Delegation has agreed to draft bill.

Bill-- 91-2

Description of proposed legislation.

Carroll County General Hospital contribution: Authorize County Commissioners to grant $200,000 per year, for a five-year period, to CCGH to help finance its capital improvement programup.

Status (as of Jan. 11)

Delegation has agreed to draft bill.

Bill--91-3

Description of proposed legislation.

Authorization to establish public farmers' markets: Authorize County Commissioners to obtain or rent land to set up farmers' markets for the sale of agricultural products grown in Carroll.

Status (as of Jan. 11).

Delegation has agreed to draft bill; also need to clarify some language in the proposed bill.

Bill--91-4

Description of proposed legislation .

Adjust alcoholic beverage license fees: Authorize liquor board to adjust current license fees, in effect since 1979, as it sees fit; establish two limited licenses -- Class BL (restaurant) and Class DL (tavern) -- for establishments which would sell liquor for consumption only on premises.

Status (as of Jan. 11).

On hold for further discussion among members ofthe delegation.

Bill--91-5

Description of proposed legislation.

Establish six-day tavern license: Authorize liquor board to issue Class Btavern licenses for establishments which want to sell alcohol without meeting the usual requirement of having 40 percent of its business derived from food sales.

Status (as of Jan. 11)

Delegation has agreedto draft bill, subject to more discussionSOURCE: General Assembly Legislative Reference Service

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