Montgomery County Delegation
Legislation - Bill History
Bill Information  
MC 23-15 City of Gaithersburg – Licensed Alcoholic Beverages Restaurants – Distance from Churches or Other Places of Worship
Requested by Delegates Gilchrist, Barkley, Barve, Platt, Reznik & Robinson & Senators Kagan & King
Synopsis For the purpose of authorizing the Montgomery County Board of License Commissioners by unanimous vote to approve an application for a Class B beer, wine and liquor license for a restaurant located in the City of Gaithersburg in Montgomery County that meets certain requirements, including a requirement concerning the distance of the restaurant from a church or other place of worship; specifying that the Class B beer, wine and liquor license authorizes the license holder to keep for sale and sell alcoholic beverages for consumption on the premises only; and generally relating to alcoholic beverages licenses in the City of Gaithersburg in Montgomery County.
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House Bill Number HB 95
Bill History  
Local Action House:

1/23/15 - Montgomery County House Delegation Meeting:  Late-filed bill vote - AGENDA - Favorable (unanimous) Voting list

(2/3’s majority vote in House Delegation needed to accept as late-filed bill and to schedule for a public hearing)

 

1/30/15 - Montgomery County House Delegation Public Hearing - 170 Lowe House Office Bldg., Annapolis - AGENDA

  2/12/15 - Economic Development Committee Meeting - AGENDA - Favorable (6-0) - Voting list
 

2/13/15 - Montgomery County House Delegation Meeting - AGENDA - Favorable (23-0) - Voting list

Bill moves to the Senate Delegation & the House Economic Matters Committee

   
Local Action Senate: 3/5/14 - Montgomery County Senate Delegation Meeting - AGENDA - Favorable (unanimous) - Voting list
   
House Action: 1/23/15 - First Reading Economic Matters Committee
  2/23/15 - Economic Matters Committee Public Hearing
  3/2/15 - Favorable Report by Economic Matters Committee
 

3/3/15 - Favorable Report Adopted

              Second Reading Passed

  3/5/15 - Third Reading Passed (136-0)
  4/10/15 - Returned Passed
   
   
Senate Action: 3/6/15 - First Reading Education, Health, and Environmental Affairs Committee
  3/27/15 - Education, Health, and Environmental Affairs Committee Public Hearing - 1:00 p.m.
 

4/8/15 - Favorable Report by Education, Health, and Environmental Affairs Committee

 

4/8/15 - Favorable Report Adopted

              Second Reading Passed

  4/9/15 - Third Reading Passed (47-0)
   
Action After Passage:

4/14/15 - Approved by the Governor

                Chapter 66