Status Of Carroll County's Legislative Package

March 31, 1991

BILL — Description of proposed legislation

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

Status (as of Friday)

Passed House; pending vote in Senate Budget and Taxation Committee

HB423-- Authorize County Commissioners to establish farmers' markets

Status (as of Friday)

Passed House and Senate unanimously

HB424-- Authorize the county to grant $1 million to Carroll County General Hospital over five years

Status (as of Friday)

Passed House and Senate unanimously

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

Status (as of Friday)

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

STATUS OF CARROLL COUNTY'S DELEGATION PACKAGE

Bill.. Description of proposed legislation

HB489-- Establish state long-term nursing care program (Elliott)

Status (as of Friday)

Referred for summerstudy

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

Status (as of Friday)

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

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

Status (as of Friday)

PassedHouse, 128-1; pending vote before Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee

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

Status (as of Friday)

Passed House Appropriations Committee; pending vote in Senate Budget and Taxation committees

HB1220-- Require applicants forsludge storage facilities to meet county solid waste plan and zoningand land-use requirements prior to state permit approval (Elliott)

Status (as of Friday)

Withdrawn

HB1266--Require Department ofthe 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 EnvironmentalAffairs Committee

SB757-- Freezing state contributions for teachers' retirement and Social 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

SOURCE: General Assembly Legislative Reference Service

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