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Previous Legislation

The following is a comprehensive list of all legislation brought before the County Council for the years listed.  Legislation considered in previous years can be easily obtained by calling or e-mailing the County Council Office.
If you have any questions concerning the effective date of a bill, please call Council Offices at (410) 222-1401.
Key: P=Passed, F=Failed, D=Defeated, W/D=Withdrawn, V=Vetoed
Resolutions Passed/Failed/Defeated in 2015
Res 1-15PResolution approving the application to the Governor's Office of Crime Control and Prevention for a grant under the Children's Justice Grants to States program and recognizing the County Executive's authority to act in connection with the grant.
Res 2-15PResolution approving the application to the United States Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, National Institute of Justice for a grant under the Solving Cold Cases with DNA grant program and recognizing the County Executive's authority to act in connection with the grant.
Res 3-15PResolution approving the designation of certain areas of the Odenton Town Center
Res 4-15PResolution approving the application to the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, Prevention and Health Promotion Administration for a grant under the Maryland Cancer Fund
Res 5-15PResolution approving the continued service of John R. Hammond
Res 6-15P
Resolution encouraging the Anne Arundel County Board of Education and the Superintendent of Anne Arundel County Public Schools to establish safe and healthy school hours for all students and to purchase bus routing software in fiscal year 2015
Res 7-15PResolution urging the Maryland Health Care Commission to support the establishment of a cardiac surgery program
Res 8-15P
Resolution expressing support for the County Executive’s recognition of the public health emergency presented by the use of heroin in Anne Arundel County and the County Executive’s efforts to raise awareness of this crisis and to eradicate the use of heroin in Anne Arundel County.
Res 9-15PResolution confirming the appointment of four public members of the Personnel Board of Anne Arundel County
Res 10-15PResolution authorizing the filing of an application with the Maryland Transit Administration of the Maryland Department of Transportation for a grant and other funds under the Federal Transit Act.
Res 11-15PResolution approving appointments of Severn River Commission members.
Res 12-15PResolution authorizing the filing of an application with the Maryland Transit Administration of the Maryland Department of Transportation for a grant and other funds under the Federal Transit Act.
Res 13-15DResolution approving a repayment term and amortization method for Consolidated General Improvement Bonds issued in calendar year 2015.
Res 15-15PResolution appointing members to the Anne Arundel County Ethics Commission. 
Res 16-15PRESOLUTION approving the application to the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, Behavioral Health Administration for a grant under the Overdose Misuse Prevention Grant program
Res 17-15PResolution designating the Anne Arundel County Police Department as the primary law enforcement unit for the purposes of Title 12 of the Business Regulation Article of the State Code
Res 18-15PResolution designating the Anne Arundel County Police Department as the primary law enforcement unit for the purposes of Title 20 of the Business Regulation Article of the State Code
Res 19-15PRESOLUTION confirming the appointments of members on the Personnel Board for Anne Arundel County.
Res 20-15PRESOLUTION recognizing June 9, 2015 as “Teal Tuesday – Tourette Syndrome Awareness Day” and encouraging County residents to raise awareness of Tourette’s Syndrome and show support to children and families who live with Tourette’s Syndrome.
Res 21-15PResolution supporting the study of Body-Worn Digital Recording Devices for Law Enforcement
Res 22-15PResolution concerning a determination by the County Council to engage the services of CliftonLarsonAllen, LLP.
Bills Passed/Failed/Defeated/Vetoed in 2015
81-14PAN ORDINANCE concerning: Zoning – Maritime Districts - Non-Water Dependent 2 ProjectsCritical Area – Accessory Uses
82-14PAn Ordinance concerning: Zoning – Workforce Housing
83-14PAn Ordinance concerning: Construction and Property Maintenance Codes Supplement 
86-14PAN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE concerning: Transfer of Appropriation – Contingency 2 Account – Fire Department – Grants, Contributions & Other
87-14PAn Ordinance concerning: Sylvan Shores Special Community Benefit District
1-15PAn Emergency Ordinance concerning: Current Expense Budget
2-15PAn Ordinance concerning: Stormwater Management – Watershed Protection and Restoration Program
3-15PAn Emergency Ordinance concerning: Capital Budget and Program – Cypress Creek Retrofit – Fund Transfer
4-15PAN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE concerning: Capital Budget and Program – Sudley 2 CC Upgrade – Fund Transfer
5-15W/DAN ORDINANCE concerning: Zoning – Critical Area Overlay – RCA Uses – For the purpose of amending certain provisions related to lot coverage requirements for certain resource conservation area (RCA) uses; and generally related to zoning.
6-15W/DAn Ordinance concerning: Public Works – Right of Entry – Stream Restoration
7-15PAn Ordinance concerning: Zoning – Nonconforming Uses – Twenty-Year Registered Use
8-15PAn Ordinance concerning: Zoning – Breweries, Craft Breweries, and Farm Breweries
9-15PAN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE concerning: Floodplain Management, Erosion and Sediment Control, and Stormwater Management – Floodplain Management 
10-15PAN ORDINANCE concerning: Gibson Island Special Community Benefit District – FOR the purpose of modifying the purposes of the Gibson Island Special Community Benefit District.
11-15PAN ORDINANCE concerning: Gibson Island Special Community Benefit District – Approval of Loan and Assignment Agreement
12-15PAN ORDINANCE concerning: Planning and Zoning – General Development Plan for Anne Arundel County – Transportation Plan 
13-15 
Exhibit 1
Exhibit 1-A
PAN ORDINANCE concerning: Retiree Health Benefits Trust – FOR the purpose of establishing the Retiree Health Benefits Trust
14-15PAN ORDINANCE concerning: Zoning – State-Licensed Medical Clinics
15-15PAN ORDINANCE concerning: Self-Insurance Fund – Claims for Payment from the Fund
16-15DAN ORDINANCE concerning: Watershed Protection and Restoration Program – Stormwater Remediation Fee
17-15DAN ORDINANCE concerning: Public Works – Watershed Protection and Restoration Program
18-15PAN ORDINANCE concerning: Grants Special Revenue Fund – For the purpose of removing the definition of “unanticipated grant revenues”
19-15VAN ORDINANCE concerning: Finance, Taxation and Budget – Revenue Reserve Fund
20-15PAN ORDINANCE concerning: Volunteer Fire Companies – Charges and Fees
21-15PAN ORDINANCE concerning: Zoning – Self-Service Storage Facilities
22-15W/DAN ORDINANCE concerning: Subdivision and Development and Zoning – Age Restricted Development
23-15PAN ORDINANCE concerning: Zoning – Assisted Living Facilities, Community-Based Assisted Living Facilities, and Group Homes 
24-15W/DAN ORDINANCE concerning: Current Expense Budget – Transfer of Funds and Additional Appropriations
26-15PAN ORDINANCE concerning: Zoning - Critical Area Growth Allocation – Dobson Property
27-15W/DAN ORDINANCE concerning: Public Works – Capital Facility Connection Charges - Veterans and Military Nonprofits Exemption – FOR the purpose of exempting nonprofit veterans and military service organizations structures from capital facility connection charges; and generally relating to public works.
28-15DAN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE concerning: Finance, Taxation and Budget – Revenue Reserve Fund – FOR the purpose of modifying the percentage and the class of revenue designated for appropriation to the Revenue Reserve Fund; making this Ordinance an emergency measure; and generally related to the Budget.

 

 

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