Status Of Carroll County's Legislative Package

March 24, 1991|By General Assembly Legislative Reference Service

BILL — Description of proposed legislation

HB419 Authorize the county toborrow up to $23.4 million for public projects

Status (as of Friday)

Passed House; pending hearing in Senate Budget and Taxation Committee

HB423 Authorize County Commissionersto establish farmers' markets

Status (as of Friday)

Passed House; Under consideration by Carroll Senate comittee

HB424 Authorizethe county to grant $1 million to Carroll County General Hospital over five years

Status (as of Friday)

Unanimously passed House and Senate

HB778 Clarify and expand raffle privileges for volunteer fire companies and non-profit organizations

Status (as of Friday)

Passed House, 119-3; Pending hearing Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee

HB1088 Require recordation of private cemeteries in Circuit Court and notice to prospective property buyers

Status (as of Friday)

Passed House unanimously; pending hearing Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee

STATUS OF CARROLL COUNTY'S DELEGATION PACKAGE

Bill -- Description of proposed legislation

HB489 Establish statelong-term nursing care program (Elliott)

Status (as of Friday)

Referred for summer study

HB499 Presume quarry companies liable for damages within designated area (Dixon)

Status (as of Friday)

Passed House, 119-14; Pending hearing in Senate Economic and Environmental Affairs Committee

HB529 Require social services agencies toexpunge reports of suspected child abuse or neglect if "clear and convincing evidence shows abuse did not occur" (Elliott)

Status (as of Friday)

Passed House, 128-1; pending hearing before Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee

HB619 SB518 $1.9 million state matchinggrant for Western Maryland College science building expansion (Dixon)

Status (as of Friday)

Pending vote in House Appropriations and Senate Budget and Taxation committees

HB1220 Require applicants for sludge storage facilities to meet county solid waste plan, and zoning and land-use requirements prior to state permit approval (Elliott)

Status (as of Friday)

Withdrawn

HB1266 Require Departmentof the Environment to regulate storage of materials and residue generated at recycling facilities (LaMotte)

Status (as of Friday)

Passed House, 129-1. Pending hearing in Senate Economic and Environmental Affairs Committee

SB340 Require government buildings to fly Prisoner Of War/Missing In Action flag (Haines)

Status (as of Friday)

Killed by Senate Economic and Environmental Affairs Committee, 6-5

SB757 Freezing state contributions for teachers' retirement andsocial security at current levels (Smelser)

Status (as of Friday)

Referred for summer study

SB769 Require real estate licensees to have errors and omissions insurance (Haines)

Status (as of Friday)

Recommitted to Senate Economic and Environmental Affairs Committee

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