Montgomery County Delegation
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Bill Information  
MC 907-09 Montgomery County - Railroad Grade Crossings - Automated Enforcement Systems
Sponsor Delegate Carr, Senator Madaleno, & Delegate Waldstreicher
Synopsis For the purpose of making certain provisions of law relating to automated railroad grade crossing enforcement systems at railroad crossings applicable to Montgomery County; authorizing certain law enforcement agencies in Montgomery County to mail a citation within a certain period of time to the owner of a motor vehicle that is recorded in Montgomery County by an automated railroad grade crossing enforcement system while in violation of certain laws regarding railroad grade crossings; requiring the Chief Judge of the District Court, in consultation with local law enforcement agencies in Montgomery County, to adopt procedures for certain purposes; expanding the jurisdiction of the District Court; altering a certain definition; and generally relating to imposition of liability on the owner of a motor vehicle recorded in Montgomery County by an automated railroad grade crossing enforcement system violating certain laws regarding railroad grade crossings.
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House Bill Number HB 822
Bill History  
Local Action House:

12/11/08 - Public Hearing - 7:00 p.m. 1st Floor Auditorium, Executive Office Bldg., 101 Monroe St. in Rockville

  12/16/08 - Assigned to the Land Use & Transportation Committee
  2/12/09 - Land Use & Transportation Committee Meeting - AGENDA  FAVORABLE
 

2/13/09 - Montgomery County House Delegation Meeting - AGENDA  FAVORABLE

Bill moves to Montgomery County Senate Delegation & House Environmental Matters Committee

   
   
Local Action Senate: 2/26/09 - Montgomery County Senate Delegation Work & Voting Session - AGENDA - HOLD
  3/11/09 - Montgomery County Senate Delegation Voting Session - AGENDA - FAVORABLE
   
   
House Action: 2/11/09 - First reading Environmental Matters Committee
  3/17/09 - Hearing - 1:00 p.m. - Environmental Matters Committee
 

3/27/09 - Favorable Report Adopted

                Second Reading Passed

  3/28/09 - Third Reading Passed (126-9)
   
   
   
   
Senate Action: 3/30/09 - First Reading Senate Rules
  4/7/09 - Re-referred Judicial Proceedings Committee
  4/9/09 - Hearing - 1:00 p.m. - Judicial Proceedings Committee
  4/13/09 - Favorable Report by Judicial Proceedings Committee
 

4/8/09 - Favorable Report Adopted

           - Second Reading Passed

  4/9/09 - Third Reading Passed (37-7)
   
   
Action After Passage:

5/7/09 - Approved by the Governor

           - Chapter 423