LA PLATA, Md. – On Tuesday, Jan. 24, Associate County Attorney Danielle Mitchell, Deputy County Administrator Deborah Hall, and GS Proctor and Associates, Inc. representatives provided a legislative update for the 2023 Maryland General Assembly Session. County Commissioners voted to send a letter of supports for Senate Bill 103 and Property Tax Credit for Disabled Veterans Senate Bill 134.
County Commissioners approved:
- Change Order 55 Mattawoman Inflow and Infiltration.
- A letter of support for the Friends of Old Waldorf School’s application for a Legislative Bond initiative of $200,000 to complete the renovation of windows/exterior stabilization of Historic Waldorf School.
- To introduce and schedule a public hearing for Bill 2023-01 Collective Bargaining for Covered Employees in the Department of Emergency Services on Tuesday, Feb. 28 at 6 p.m. in the County Government Building (200 Baltimore Street, La Plata) for in person comments and Wednesday, March 1 for virtual comments.
County Commissioners held a work session on Bill 2022-10 Zoning Text Amendment 21-169 Update Critical Area Overlay Zone. County Commissioners adopted Resolution 2023-02 Zoning Map Amendment 21-02 Adoption of Critical Area Zone Layer 2022, as well as the bill.
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Next Commissioners Session: Jan. 31 and Feb. 1, 2023
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