The Montgomery County Delegation
of the Maryland General Assembly

 


FINAL STATUS OF BI-COUNTY LEGISLATION

2005 SESSION

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The chart below reflects the final status of local bills introduced in the 2005 Session.  Bill text is included for those bills filed as House Bills. 
BILL NUMBER/
REQUESTED BY
DESCRIPTION BILL HISTORY
MC/PG 101-05

(Local only - Never filed)

Requested by Delegates Montgomery, Frush and Petzold


 

County Boundaries - Changes - Montgomery County and Prince George's County - Boundary Alteration provides that when a certain legislation is enacted that provides for a change in boundary lines of a county, if the area affected by the change in boundary lines is at least a certain number of acres, the question of the boundary change shall be placed on a certain ballot in accordance with certain provisions of law; provides that when certain legislation is enacted that provides for a change in boundary lines of a county, if the area affected by the change in boundary lines is less than a certain number of acres, the governing bodies of the affected counties shall obtain the written consent or refusal to consent of certain residents on the question of the boundary change; requires certain boards of elections to determine the number of legally qualified voters in a certain area and to provide a list of the number of legally qualified voters in a certain area to the governing bodies of certain counties under certain circumstances; requires the governing bodies of certain counties to provide a certified copy of the results of a certain question of a boundary change to certain persons; provides that if a majority of certain residents do not consent to a change in boundary lines, then a certain change in boundary lines shall be null and void; provides for the alteration of the boundary line between Montgomery County and Prince George's County to provide that a certain portion of Prince George's County is a  part of Montgomery County if certain conditions are met; requires the Board of Elections for Montgomery County and the Board of Elections for Prince George's County to determine the number of legally qualified voters who reside in the area affected by the change in boundary lines and to provide a list of certain legally qualified voters to the County Executive and County Council of Montgomery County and the County Executive and County Council of Prince George's County; requires the County Executive and County Council of Montgomery County to obtain the written consent or refusal of consent to a certain boundary change from certain residents and to send a certified copy of the results to certain persons; providing for the rights and privileges for certain inhabitants of the affected area under certain conditions; and provides for the implementation of this Act. MC House Delegation:
11/18 - Public Hearing

ASSIGNED TO
JOINT BI-COUNTY COMMITTEE:
1/19/05 - SPECIAL ORDERED 

1/26/05 - This bill has been WITHDRAWN 

 

No further action will be taken on this bill during the 2005 Session.

 

MC/PG 102-05

HB535 bill text

Requested by Delegate Madaleno and Delegate Gaines

 

WSSC Commissioners - Removal 

Removing all of the commissioners of the Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission (WSSC); providing for the appointment of new commissioners of the WSSC; and providing that specified commissioners of the WSSC may not be eligible for reappointment as commissioners of the WSSC.
MC House Delegation:
11/18 - Public Hearing 

ASSIGNED TO
MC BI-COUNTY COMMITTEE:
11/29/04 - No Action
12/6/04 - No Action
2/2/05 - SPECIAL ORDERED

Prince George's County House Delegation:

GENERAL ASSEMBLY  ACTION

History by Legislative Date

House Action
2/3
First Reading Environmental Matters
Senate Action
No Action

BILL DIED FOR LACK OF ACTION

MC/PG 104-05

HB602 bill text

Requested by Chairman on behalf of Prince George's County Council


Washington Suburban Sanitary District - System Development Charge - Exemptions 

Authorizing the County Councils of Montgomery County and Prince George's County to grant an exemption from a system development charge imposed by the Washington Suburban Sanitary District for properties owned by specified tax-exempt entities and for projects that include a commitment to preserve open space under the standards set by the County Councils.
MC House Delegation:
11/18 - Public Hearing

ASSIGNED TO
JOINT BI-COUNTY COMMITTEE:
1/26/05 - SPECIAL ORDERED

2/1/05 - THIS BILL WILL BE CONSIDERED IN THE PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY DELEGATION FIRST.  IF IT IS PASSED THERE, IT WILL MOVE TO THE MONTGOMERY COUNTY DELEGATION FOR CONSIDERATION.

Prince George's County House Delegation:
2/25/05 - UNFAVORABLE

No further action will be taken on this bill during the 2005 Session.

GENERAL ASSEMBLY ACTION

History by Legislative Date

House Action
2/4
First Reading Environmental Matters
3/7
Withdrawn
Senate Action
No Action

 

MC/PG 105-05

HB595 bill text

Requested by Delegate Madaleno

 

Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission - Commissioners and Audits  

Increasing the number of commissioners of the Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission (WSSC); providing for the terms of the commissioners of the WSSC; providing that a specified position of commissioner of the WSSC shall remain vacant until a successor has been appointed under specified circumstances; requiring the Legislative Auditor to perform specified audits of the WSSC at specified intervals under specified circumstances; etc.
MC House Delegation:
11/18 - Public Hearing
 

ASSIGNED TO
MC BI-COUNTY COMMITTEE:
11/29/04 - No Action
12/6/04 - No Action
2/2/05 - SPECIAL ORDERED

Prince George's County House Delegation:

GENERAL ASSEMBLY ACTION

History by Legislative Date

House Action
2/4
First Reading Environmental Matters
Senate Action
No Action


BILL DIED FOR LACK OF ACTION

MC/PG 107-05

HB603 bill text

Requested by Delegates Niemann and Mandel


Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission - Commissioners and Commissioner Nominating Committees 

Providing that, in Prince George's County, a commissioner of the Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission (WSSC) may be removed by a resolution of a majority of the members of the County Council under specified circumstances; providing that, in Prince George's County, a hearing on the removal of a WSSC commissioner shall be held by the body initiating the removal; etc.

MC House Delegation:
11/18 - Public Hearing

ASSIGNED TO
JOINT BI-COUNTY COMMITTEE:
11/29/04 - No Action
12/6/04 - No Action
1/26/05 - SPECIAL ORDERED

2/1/05 - THIS BILL WILL BE CONSIDERED IN THE PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY DELEGATION FIRST.  IF IT IS PASSED THERE, IT WILL MOVE TO THE MONTGOMERY COUNTY DELEGATION FOR CONSIDERATION.

Prince George's County House Delegation:
1/17/05 - FWA

MC House Delegation:
Assigned to Bi-County Committee:
2/22/05 - FWA

MONTGOMERY COUNTY HOUSE:
2/25/05 - FWA

MC Senate Delegation:
3/3/05 - FAV as AMD

GENERAL ASSEMBLY ACTION

History by Legislative Date

House Action
2/4
First Reading Environmental Matters
3/1
Hearing 3/17 at 1:00 p.m.
3/24
Favorable with Amendments Report by Environmental Matters
3/23
Favorable with Amendments Report Adopted
Second Reading Passed with Amendments
3/24
Third Reading Passed (133-0)
Senate Action
3/28
First Reading Education Health and Environmental Affairs
3/30
Hearing 4/7 at 1:00 p.m.

BILL DIED FOR LACK OF ACTION
 

MC/PG 108-05

HB600 bill text

Requested by Delegates Niemann and Mandel


Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission - Ethics   

Authorizing, rather than requiring, the County Executives of Montgomery County and Prince George's County to conduct specified interviews of each applicant for appointment or reappointment to the Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission (WSSC); authorizing the WSSC Board of Ethics to administer oaths; authorizing an aggrieved respondent to seek judicial review; etc.
MC House Delegation:
11/18 - Public Hearing

ASSIGNED TO
JOINT BI-COUNTY COMMITTEE:
1/19/05 - SPECIAL ORDERED
1/26/05 - Bill will go to the Prince George's County Delegation with a FAVORABLE WITH AMENDMENTS recommendation from their Bi-County Committee

Prince George's House Delegation:
2/4/05 - SPECIAL ORDERED
1/17/05 - FWA

MC House Delegation:
Assigned to Bi-County Committee:
2/22/05 - FWA

MONTGOMERY COUNTY HOUSE:
2/25/05 - FWA

MC Senate Delegation:
3/3/05 - FAV as AMD

GENERAL ASSEMBLY ACTION

History by Legislative Date

House Action
2/4
First Reading Environmental Matters
3/1
Hearing 3/17 at 1:00 p.m.
3/24
Favorable with Amendments Report by Environmental Matters
3/23
Favorable with Amendments Report Adopted
Second Reading Passed with Amendments
3/24
Third Reading Passed (133-0)
Senate Action
3/28
First Reading Education Health and Environmental Affairs
3/30
Hearing 4/7 at 1:00 p.m.


BILL DIED FOR LACK OF ACTION

 

MC/PG 109-05

(Local only - Never filed)

Requested by Senator Teitelbaum

 

Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission - Commissioners - Appointment and Personnel or Salary Actions requires the Secretary of Natural Resources to appoint a commissioner to the WSSC; establishes the term of office of the commissioner appointed by the Secretary; establishes that the commissioner appointed by the Secretary may only vote on personnel and salary matters except under certain circumstances; limits the commissioner appointed by the Secretary to a certain number of terms; requires the Secretary to make the appointment from a certain list of applicants; requires the Secretary to interview applicants for the appointment or reappointment for a certain purpose; establishes that the commissioner appointed by the Secretary may be removed by the Secretary; requires a hearing to be held by the Secretary prior to the removal of a certain commissioner except under certain circumstances; establishes that certain personnel or salary actions require the approval of a certain number of commissioners; and generally relates to the appointment of commissioners to the WSSC and personnel and salary actions by the WSSC. MC House Delegation:
11/18 - Public Hearing

ASSIGNED TO
MC BI-COUNTY COMMITTEE:
11/29/04 - No Action
12/6/04 - No Action
2/2/05 - UNFAVORABLE

MONTGOMERY COUNTY HOUSE:
2/4/05 - UNFAVORABLE

(This bill will receive no further consideration this Session)

MC/PG 110-05

HB604 bill text

Requested by Delegate Holmes

 

Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission - Commissioners - Terms of Office and Appointment and Removal Process 

Requiring the Prince George's County and Montgomery County delegations to the General Assembly to make appointments to the Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission (WSSC) from specified lists under specified circumstances; altering the terms of the members of the WSSC; providing for the termination of the term of office for each commissioner of the WSSC; and authorizing specified commissioners whose terms are terminated to reapply for commissioner of the WSSC.
 MC House Delegation:
11/18 - Public Hearing
 

ASSIGNED TO
JOINT BI-COUNTY COMMITTEE:
11/29/04 - No Action
12/6/04 - No Action

2/1/05 - THIS BILL WILL BE CONSIDERED IN THE PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY DELEGATION FIRST.  IF IT IS PASSED THERE, IT WILL MOVE TO THE MONTGOMERY COUNTY DELEGATION FOR CONSIDERATION.

Prince George's County House Delegation:
2/25/05 - UNFAVORABLE

No further action will be taken on this bill during the 2005 Session.

GENERAL ASSEMBLY ACTION

History by Legislative Date

House Action
2/4
First Reading Environmental Matters
3/7
Withdrawn
Senate Action
No Action


 

MC/PG 112-05

HB606 bill text

Requested by Chairmen on behalf of WSSC


Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission - Minority Business Enterprise Programs - Sunset Extension 

Extending the termination date of the minority business enterprise programs of the Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission from July 1, 2005 to July 1, 2006; and making provisions of the Act severable.

MC House Delegation:
11/18 - Public Hearing

2/1/05 - THIS BILL WILL BE CONSIDERED IN THE PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY DELEGATION FIRST.  IF IT IS PASSED THERE, IT WILL MOVE TO THE MONTGOMERY COUNTY DELEGATION FOR CONSIDERATION.

Prince George's County House Delegation:
3/18/05 - FAVORABLE

MC House Delegation:
ASSIGNED TO
MC BI-COUNTY COMMITTEE:
3/16/04 - FAVORABLE

MONTGOMERY COUNTY HOUSE:
3/18/05 - FAVORABLE

MC Senate Delegation:
3/24/05 - FAVORABLE

GENERAL ASSEMBLY ACTION

History by Legislative Date

House Action
2/4
First Reading Environmental Matters
3/21
Hearing 3/23 at 1:00 p.m.
3/25
Favorable Report by Environmental Matters
3/24
Favorable Report Adopted
Second Reading Passed
3/25
Third Reading Passed (128-0)
4/9
House Concur - Senate Amendments
Third Reading Passed (134-0)
Passed Enrolled
5/26
Signed by the Governor Chapter 562
Senate Action
3/28
First Reading Education Health and Environmental Affairs
3/30
Hearing 4/7 at 1:00 p.m.
4/11
Favorable with Amendments Report by Education Health and Environmental Affairs
4/9
Favorable with Amendments Report Adopted
Second Reading Passed with Amendments
Motion two readings same day Const/Rule 24 (Senator Middleton) Adopted
Third Reading Passed with Amendments (47-0)


 

MC/PG 113-05

HB601 bill text

Requested by Delegates Moe, Menes and Frush



Maryland-Washington Regional District - Boundaries

Modifying the boundaries of the Maryland-Washington Regional District to exclude the City of Laurel as its boundaries are defined as of July 1, 2005, or as modified on any subsequent date.
MC House Delegation:
11/18 - Public Hearing

2/1/05 - THIS BILL WILL BE CONSIDERED IN THE PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY DELEGATION FIRST.  IF IT IS PASSED THERE, IT WILL MOVE TO THE MONTGOMERY COUNTY DELEGATION FOR CONSIDERATION.

Prince George's County House Delegation:

GENERAL ASSEMBLY ACTION

History by Legislative Date

House Action
2/4
First Reading Environmental Matters
Senate Action
No Action

BILL DIED FOR LACK OF ACTION
 

MC/PG 116-05

Requested by Delegate Menes


Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission - Collective Bargaining - Mediation - Arbitration repeals the requirement that a mediator-arbitrator involved in collective bargaining between the Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission and an employee organization selects between the final offers submitted by the parties that the mediator-arbitrator determines to be more reasonable under certain circumstances; requires a mediator-arbitrator to select between the items from the final offers submitted by the parties that the mediator-arbitrator determines to be more reasonable under certain circumstances; prohibits a mediator-arbitrator from altering certain items in certain final offers under certain circumstances; and provides for the application of this Act. MC House Delegation:
11/18 - Public Hearing

ASSIGNED TO
JOINT BI-COUNTY COMMITTEE:
1/26/05 - Bill will go to the Prince George's County Delegation with an UNFAVORABLE recommendation from their Bi-County Committee

Prince George's House Delegation:
2/4/05 - UNFAVORABLE
 
(This bill will receive no further consideration this Session)

 

MC/PG 117-05

HB605

Requested by Delegate Moe


Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission - Commissioners, General Manager, Contracts and Joint Oversight  Committee  

Providing that the general manager of the Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission (WSSC) is the chair of the WSSC; requiring the County Executive of Prince George's County to interview specified applicants to the WSSC in regard to specified conflicts of interest in a specified manner; requiring interviews of specified applicants to the WSSC from Prince George's County to be transcribed and that specified transcriptions be made public and specified transcriptions be destroyed under specified circumstances; etc.

MC House Delegation:
11/18 - Public Hearing

ASSIGNED TO
JOINT BI-COUNTY COMMITTEE:
11/29/04 - No Action
12/6/04 - No Action

2/1/05 - THIS BILL WILL BE CONSIDERED IN THE PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY DELEGATION FIRST.  IF IT IS PASSED THERE, IT WILL MOVE TO THE MONTGOMERY COUNTY DELEGATION FOR CONSIDERATION.

Prince George's County House Delegation:
2/25/05 - UNFAVORABLE

No further action will be taken on this bill during the 2005 Session.

GENERAL ASSEMBLY ACTION

History by Legislative Date

House Action
2/4
First Reading Environmental Matters
3/7
Withdrawn
Senate Action
No Action


 

MC/PG 118-05

HB654

Requested by Delegate Menes

 

Prince George's County - Land Use Regulation - Delegation to Municipal Corporations 

Authorizing the Prince George's County Council, sitting as the district council, to delegate specified land use powers to the governing body of a municipal corporation in the Maryland-Washington Regional District in Prince George's County; requiring a party of record to appeal to the district council before appealing to the circuit court specified actions of a municipal corporation; authorizing the district council to take actions by specified votes on review of specified actions of a municipal corporation; etc.

MC House Delegation:
11/18 - Public Hearing 

2/1/05 - THIS BILL WILL BE CONSIDERED IN THE PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY DELEGATION FIRST.  IF IT IS PASSED THERE, IT WILL MOVE TO THE MONTGOMERY COUNTY DELEGATION FOR CONSIDERATION.

Prince George's County House Delegation:
2/17/05 - FWA

MC House Delegation:
Assigned to Bi-County Committee:
2/22/05 - FWA

MONTGOMERY COUNTY HOUSE:
2/25/05 - Special Ordered
3/11/05 - FWA



GENERAL ASSEMBLY ACTION

History by Legislative Date

House Action
2/7
First Reading Environmental Matters
3/15
Hearing 3/22 at 1:00 p.m.
3/25
Favorable with Amendments Report by Environmental Matters
3/24
Favorable with Amendments Report Adopted
Second Reading Passed with Amendments
3/25
Third Reading Passed (125-1)
4/9
Returned Passed
5/26
Signed by the Governor Chapter 565
Senate Action
3/28
First Reading Education Health and Environmental Affairs
3/30
Hearing 4/7 at 1:00 p.m.
4/11
Favorable Report by Education Health and Environmental Affairs
4/9
Favorable Report Adopted
Second Reading Passed
Motion two readings same day Const/Rule 24 (Senator Middleton) Adopted
Third Reading Passed (43-4)


 

MC/PG 119-05

HB690

Requested by Senator Exum and Delegates Vaughn and Howard

 

Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission - Minority and Local Small Business Enterprise Programs

  Establishing the Office of Small, Local, and Minority Business Enterprise in the WSSC to administer the minority and local small business enterprise programs; imposing specified duties on the WSSC and contractors for complying with certified minority business enterprise (MBE) subcontract participation goals; requiring a bid or proposal for specified WSSC procurement contracts to include the expected degree of MBE participation; and altering from July 1, 2005 to July 1, 2010 the termination date of WSSC's MBE programs.

MC House Delegation:
11/18 - Public Hearing 

2/1/05 - THIS BILL WILL BE CONSIDERED IN THE PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY DELEGATION FIRST.  IF IT IS PASSED THERE, IT WILL MOVE TO THE MONTGOMERY COUNTY DELEGATION FOR CONSIDERATION.

Prince George's County House Delegation:

 

GENERAL ASSEMBLY ACTION

History by Legislative Date

House Action
2/7
First Reading Health and Government Operations
2/23
Hearing 3/9 at 1:00 p.m.
3/8
Hearing cancelled
Senate Action
No Action

BILL DIED FOR LACK OF ACTION

MC/PG 120-05

HB1057

Requested by Delegates Niemann and Mandel

 

Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission - Sewer Usage Charges 

Authorizing, under the WSSC law, specified properties to use a specified separate metered connection under specified circumstances; establishing specified methods for determining sewer usage charges for specified properties; etc

MC House Delegation:
11/18 - Public Hearing

ASSIGNED TO
JOINT BI-COUNTY COMMITTEE:
1/19/05 - The bill was forwarded to the Prince George's County Delegation where their Bi-County Committee  recommendation is: Favorable with Amendments.  The Montgomery County Bi-County Committee also recommends the bill FAVORABLE WITH AMENDMENTS

Prince George's County House:
1/28/05 - FAVORABLE WITH AMENDMENTS

MC House Delegation:
2/4/05 - FAVORABLE WITH AMENDMENTS

MC Senate Delegation:
2/10/05 - FAVORABLE AS AMENDED

GENERAL ASSEMBLY ACTION

History by Legislative Date

House Action
2/11
First Reading Environmental Matters
2/16
Hearing 3/3 at 1:00 p.m.
3/24
Favorable Report by Environmental Matters
3/23
Favorable Report Adopted
Second Reading Passed
3/24
Third Reading Passed (136-0)
4/6
Returned Passed
5/26
Signed by the Governor Chapter 591
Senate Action
3/24
First Reading Education Health and Environmental Affairs
3/28
Hearing 3/31 at 1:00 p.m.
4/8
Favorable Report by Education Health and Environmental Affairs
4/5
Favorable Report Adopted
Second Reading Passed
4/7
Third Reading Passed (46-0)
MC/PG 121-05

HB655

Requested by Delegate Davis and Delegate Conroy

 

Prince George's County - Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission - Amendments to Residential Zoning Regulations - Prohibitions 

Prohibiting the district council of Prince George's County from approving a text amendment for a residential zone that could result in an increase in the density allowed by law for the zone.

MC House Delegation:
11/18 - Public Hearing

Prince George's County House Delegation:

3/18 - UNFAVORABLE

GENERAL ASSEMBLY ACTION

History by Legislative Date

House Action
2/7
First Reading Environmental Matters
3/22
Unfavorable Report by Environmental Matters
3/24
Withdrawn
Senate Action
No Action


 

MC/PG 124-05

HB656

Requested by Prince George's County Chair on behalf of Prince George's County Council


Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission - Subdivision Appeals - Judicial Review 

Altering the time for filing a petition for judicial review of a final action of the Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission concerning subdivision of land; and altering the conditions under which persons may petition for review of final actions of the Commission on subdivisions.

MC House Delegation:
11/18 - Public Hearing

ASSIGNED TO
JOINT BI-COUNTY COMMITTEE:
1/26/05 - No Action

2/1/05 - THIS BILL WILL BE CONSIDERED IN THE PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY DELEGATION FIRST.  IF IT IS PASSED THERE, IT WILL MOVE TO THE MONTGOMERY COUNTY DELEGATION FOR CONSIDERATION.

Prince George's County House Delegation:
2/17/05 - Special Ordered
2/25/05 - FWA

MC House Delegation:
ASSIGNED TO
MC BI-COUNTY COMMITTEE:
3/16/04 - FAVORABLE W/ AMENDMENTS

MONTGOMERY COUNTY HOUSE:
3/18/05 - LIMBO 


GENERAL ASSEMBLY ACTION

History by Legislative Date

House Action
2/7
First Reading Environmental Matters
Senate Action
No Action

THIS BILL DIED FOR FAILURE TO RECEIVE A MAJORITY VOTE IN THE MONTGOMERY COUNTY HOUSE DELEGATION
 

MC/PG 125-05

HB653

Requested by Prince George's County Chair on behalf of Prince George's County Council


 

 

Prince George's County - Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission - Zoning Appeals 

Altering the conditions under which persons may petition for review of a final decision of the district council for Prince George's County; repealing the requirement for the district council to serve its final decision at its hearing; altering the scope of appeal available for judgments on appeal; authorizing a district council member who did not participate in a final decision to vote on whether the district council should appeal a final judgment; and making stylistic changes.

MC House Delegation:
11/18 - Public Hearing

ASSIGNED TO
JOINT BI-COUNTY COMMITTEE:
1/26/05 - No Action

2/1/05 - THIS BILL WILL BE CONSIDERED IN THE PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY DELEGATION FIRST.  IF IT IS PASSED THERE, IT WILL MOVE TO THE MONTGOMERY COUNTY DELEGATION FOR CONSIDERATION.

Prince George's County House Delegation:
2/17/05 - Special Ordered
2/25/05 - FWA

MC House Delegation:
ASSIGNED TO
MC BI-COUNTY COMMITTEE:
3/16/04 - FAVORABLE W/ AMENDMENTS

MONTGOMERY COUNTY HOUSE:
3/18/05 - FAVORABLE W/ AMENDMENTS

GENERAL ASSEMBLY ACTION

History by Legislative Date

House Action
2/7
First Reading Environmental Matters
3/21
Hearing 3/23 at 1:00 p.m.
3/25
Favorable with Amendments Report by Environmental Matters
3/24
Favorable with Amendments Report Adopted
Second Reading Passed with Amendments
3/25
Third Reading Passed (127-0)
Senate Action
3/28
First Reading Education Health and Environmental Affairs
3/30
Hearing 4/7 at 1:00 p.m.

BILL DIED FOR LACK OF ACTION
 

MC/PG 126-05

HB652

Requested by Prince George's County Chair on behalf of Prince George's County Council


 

Prince George's County - Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission - Subdivision Appeals 

Providing for judicial review of subdivision appeals from specified final actions taken by the Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission in Prince George's County in a specified manner; providing for the approval of a final subdivision plat within a 30-day period; altering procedures concerning the approval of preliminary subdivision plans and final subdivision plats; providing for the review of final judgments by the Court of Special Appeals in a specified manner; etc.

MC House Delegation:
11/18 - Public Hearing

ASSIGNED TO
JOINT BI-COUNTY COMMITTEE:
1/26/05 - No Action

2/1/05 - THIS BILL WILL BE CONSIDERED IN THE PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY DELEGATION FIRST.  IF IT IS PASSED THERE, IT WILL MOVE TO THE MONTGOMERY COUNTY DELEGATION FOR CONSIDERATION.

Prince George's County House Delegation:

3/18 - LIMBO

GENERAL ASSEMBLY ACTION

History by Legislative Date

House Action
2/7
First Reading Environmental Matters
Senate Action
No Action

BILL DIED FOR LACK OF ACTION
 

MC/PG 127-05

HB536

Requested by Prince George's County Chair on behalf of Prince George's County Council

 

 

Prince George's County - Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission - Commissioner Appointment and Removal 

Altering the procedures for appointing and removing commissioners of the MNCPPC from Prince George's County; providing for the appointment of MNCPPC members by the Prince George's County Council, subject to approval of the County Executive, and override of disapproval; providing for the removal of MNCPPC members by the Prince George's County Council; providing for the designation of a member to serve on a full-time basis by the Prince George's County Council, subject to approval of the County Executive, and override of disapproval; etc.

MC House Delegation:
11/18 - Public Hearing

2/1/05 - THIS BILL WILL BE CONSIDERED IN THE PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY DELEGATION FIRST.  IF IT IS PASSED THERE, IT WILL MOVE TO THE MONTGOMERY COUNTY DELEGATION FOR CONSIDERATION.

Prince George's County House Delegation:
2/25/05 - UNFAVORABLE

GENERAL ASSEMBLY ACTION

History by Legislative Date

House Action
2/3
First Reading Environmental Matters
3/7
Withdrawn
Senate Action
No Action




MC/PG 128-05

HB537

Requested by Prince George's County Chair on behalf of Prince George's County Council


 

Prince George's County - Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission - Commissioner Removal 

Authorizing the removal, in Prince George's County, of a commissioner of the Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission by the resolution of a majority of the members of the Prince George's County Council unless the County Executive disapproves the resolution in writing within 30 days of its adoption.

MC House Delegation:
11/18 - Public Hearing

2/1/05 - THIS BILL WILL BE CONSIDERED IN THE PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY DELEGATION FIRST.  IF IT IS PASSED THERE, IT WILL MOVE TO THE MONTGOMERY COUNTY DELEGATION FOR CONSIDERATION.

Prince George's County House Delegation:
2/25/05 - UNFAVORABLE

No further action will be taken on this bill during the 2005 Session.

GENERAL ASSEMBLY ACTION

History by Legislative Date

House Action
2/3
First Reading Environmental Matters
3/7
Withdrawn
Senate Action
No Action

 

MC/PG 130-05

HB534

Requested by Delegates Petzold and Lee

 

Park Police of the Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission - Investigatory Authority - Fraudulent Use of Personal Identifying Information

Providing statewide jurisdiction for the Park Police of the Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission investigating the crime of fraudulent use of personal identifying information; providing for specified limitations on the authority of the Park Police; and requiring that notification of a crime of fraudulent use of personal identifying information occurring on specified property be made to a specified chief of police.

 MC House Delegation:
 
1/21/05 - 2/3 majority vote required to accept as a late-filed bill - ACCEPTED

1/28/05 - Public Hearing in Annapolis

ASSIGNED TO THE
MC BI-COUNTY COMMITTEE:
2/2/05 - FAVORABLE

MONTGOMERY COUNTY HOUSE:
2/4/05 - FAVORABLE

Prince George's County Delegation:
2/25/05 - UNFAVORABLE TO SUSPEND THE RULES TO ACCEPT AS A LATE-FILED BILL

GENERAL ASSEMBLY ACTION

History by Legislative Date

House Action
2/3
First Reading Judiciary
2/4
Hearing 2/15 at 1:00 p.m.
3/21
Withdrawn
Senate Action
No Action

THIS BILL DIED FOR FAILURE TO RECEIVE A MAJORITY VOTE TO SUSPEND THE RULES FOR A LATE-FILED BILL IN THE PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY HOUSE DELEGATION


 

Updated July 7, 2005

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