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MC 806–08 Montgomery County – Alcoholic Beverages – Performing Arts Facility
Sponsor Chairman on behalf of Montgomery County Government
Synopsis

For the purpose of altering the minimum capacity requirement to be met by a
performing arts facility in Montgomery County before a special Class B–BWL
alcoholic beverages license may be issued; and generally relating to alcoholic
beverages licenses in Montgomery County.

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House Bill Number HB 823
Bill History  
Local Action House: Public Hearing - Thursday, December 13, 2007  - 7:00 p.m. 3rd Floor Hearing Room - 
Stella Werner Council Office Building in Rockville.  Online sign up to testify 
   12/14/07 - Assigned to the County Affairs Committee
   01/17/08 - County Affairs Committee Work Session   AGENDA
   01/24/08 - County Affairs Committee Possible Voting Session   AGENDA
   01/31/08 - County Affairs Committee Voting Session  AGENDA - HOLD
   02/07/08 - County Affairs Committee Voting Session  AGENDA - FAVORABLE with amendments
 02/08/08 - Montgomery County House Delegation Voting Session  AGENDA - FAVORABLE with amendments
 
Local Action Senate:  02/14/08 - Montgomery County Senate Delegation Work/Voting Session  AGENDA - FAVORABLE as amended
   
House Action:  02/06/08 - First Reading Economic Matters Committee
   02/18/08 - Hearing - Economic Matters Committee 1:00 p.m.
   03/03/08 - Favorable with Amendments Report by Economic Matters
   03/04/08 - Favorable with Amendments Report Adopted 
                 Second Reading Passed with Amendments
   03/06/08 - Third Reading Passed (136-0)
   04/04/08 - Returned Passed
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Senate Action:  03/07/08 - First Reading Education Health and Environmental Affairs Committee
   03/28/08 - Hearing 1:00 p.m. - Education Health and Environmental Affairs Committee
   04/03/08 - Favorable Report by Education Health and Environmental Affairs Committee
   04/02/08 - Favorable Report Adopted
                 Second Reading Passed
   04/03/08 - Third Reading Passed (46-0)
   
Action After Passage:  04/24/08 - Approved by the Governor
               - Chapter 295