Montgomery County Delegation
Legislation - Bill History
Bill Information  
PG/MC 104-10 Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission - Customer Notices
Sponsor Prince George's County & Montgomery County Delegation Chairs on behalf of Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission
Synopsis For the purpose of authorizing the Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission to enter a certain building or premises at certain times to post a certain notice on the entry door of the building or premises under certain circumstances; and generally relating to customer notices of the Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission.
Bill Text Read bill in pdf here
House Bill Number HB 579
Bill History This bill will be acted on in the Montgomery County Delegation first.
Local Action House - Montgomery County Delegation:

12/03/09 - Public Hearing - 7:00 p.m. 3rd Floor Hearing Room, Stella Werner Council Office Building, 100 Maryland Ave. in Rockville

  12/07/09 - Assigned to the Bi-County Agency Subcommittee
  1/25/10 - Bi-County Agency Committee Work Session - AGENDA

3/1/10 - Bi-County Agency Committee Meeting - AGENDA - FAVORABLE with amendments (6-0) - hand vote - unanimous

Amendment - technical (voice vote - unanimous)

Amendment - Delegate Dumais (voice vote - unanimous)

Voice Amendment - Delegate Dumais (voice vote - unanimous)


3/5/10 - Montgomery County House Delegation meeting - AGENDA - FAVORABLE with amendments (22-0)


Click here to view voting list

Bill moves to Prince George's County House Delegation & House Environmental Matters Committee

Local Action House - Prince George's County Delegation 12/10/09 - Public Hearing - 7:00 p.m. - Prince George's Community College - Renee Forum
  4/1/10 - Prince George's County House Delegation - FAVORABLE as amended (19-1)
Local Action Senate:

4/8/10 - Montgomery County Senate Delegation Meeting - AGENDA - FAVORABLE as amended (8-0)

Click here to view Senate Delegation Bill Report

House Action: 2/3/10 - First Reading - Environmental Matters Committee
  4/8/10 - Public Hearing - Environmental Matters Committee - 1:00 p.m.
  4/9/10 - Favorable with Amendments Report by Environmental Matters Committee

4/2/10 - Favorable with Amendments Report Adopted

              Second Reading Passed

  4/3/10 - Third Reading Passed (138-0)
Senate Action: 4/6/10 - First Reading Senate Rules
  4/12/10 - Re-referred Education, Health & Environmental Affairs Committee
Action After Passage: