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Anne Arundel County received close to $40 million in this year’s Capital Budget between school construction money, state grants, and bond bills. $27,831,000 was designated for Anne Arundel County schools, both for new construction projects and maintenance on existing buildings. An additional 10% will be allocated in May. Hospice of the Chesapeake, Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts, and YWCA of Annapolis and Anne Arundel County Domestic Violence Shelter all received $1 million. Annapolis and South River high schools will have new turf fields with the $3.5 million that was allocated. The budget also includes $500,000 for Anne Arundel Medical Center for expanding and renovating its cardiac cath lab and $250,000 for a new national Sailing Hall of Fame in Annapolis.
Nine of the thirteen Anne Arundel County bond bills submitted during the 2014 Session were funded for a total of $1,415,000. The Girls Scouts of Central Maryland received $250,000 for their Camp Whippoorwill Living Shoreline Project in Pasadena. Chesapeake Arts Center in North County was given $75,000 to renovate a gallery space and update their technical equipment. Historic Annapolis was allocated $250,000 to restore their building at 1 Martin Street in Annapolis. Calvary Food Bank received $75,000 to install running water in their Severn facility. The Annapolis Police Department was allocated $200,000 for a new firing range that will be shared with the County police force. The Light House Shelter was given $250,000 to renovate their West Street building which will offer additional housing for the homeless and a restaurant to showcase their new culinary arts program. The Captain Avery Museum, Bestgate Park, and Southern Middle and High Schools also received funding in the 2014 Capital Budget.
Ten additional Anne Arundel County bills were introduced during the 2014 Legislative Session but were either withdrawn or did not pass both the House and Senate. Below is a list of those bills:
H.B. 55/S.B. 316 – Anne Arundel County - Watershed Protection and Restoration Program - Exemption (Anne Arundel County Rain Tax Exemption Act of 2014): would exempt Anne Arundel County from the state requirements to establish a local stormwater remediation fee and a local watershed protection and restoration fund. (Sponsors: Delegate Schuh and Senator Simonaire)
H.B. 61 – Anne Arundel County - Alcoholic Beverages - Refillable Wine Containers: would authorize the holder of a refillable container license in Anne Arundel County to sell wine for consumption off the licensed premises in a refillable container. (Sponsor: Delegate Vitale)
H.B. 196/S.B. 192 – Anne Arundel County - Turkey Hunting - Fall Season: would require the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) to establish a fall turkey hunting season for the portion of Anne Arundel County lying south of MD Route 214. (Sponsors: Delegate Costa and Senator Reilly)
H.B. 197/S.B. 191 – Anne Anne Arundel County – Deer Hunting – Sundays: would expand the authority of the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) to allow deer hunting on Sundays on private property in Anne Arundel County by allowing deer hunting on the first Sunday in October through the second Sunday in January of the following year. (Sponsors: Delegate Costa and Senator Reilly)
H.B. 216 – Anne Arundel County - Superintendent of Schools - Compensation for Unused Leave on Termination of Employment: would impose restrictions on the amount of compensation the Anne Arundel County Board of Education can provide to the county superintendent of schools for unused leave upon termination of employment. (Sponsor: Delegate McConkey)
H.B. 444/S.B. 148 – Anne Arundel County - Board of Education - Selection of Members: would transition the Anne Arundel County Board of Education from a nine-member appointed board to a nine-member hybrid board consisting of three members appointed at large by the Governor, five members elected from each of five legislative districts, and one student member. (Sponsors: Delegate Schuh and Senator Reilly)
H.B. 825/S.B. 639 -- Anne Arundel County - State's Attorney and Deputy, Assistant, and Temporary Assistant State's Attorneys - Annual Salary and Compensation: would repeal the existing statutory provisions that govern the method by which the salary for the Anne Arundel County State’s Attorney is set. The bill would establish that the salary is $175,000 for calendar 2015 and subsequent years.
H.B. 992 – Anne Arundel County - Alcoholic Beverages - Retail Establishment License:
would authorize the Board of License Commissioners of Anne Arundel County to issue a license that would permit the owner of the retail establishment to provide beer, wine, and liquor without charge for consumption on their premises. (Sponsor: Delegate Kipke)
H.B. 1089/S.B. 946 – Anne Arundel County - Orphans' Court Judges - Salary and Pension:
would increase the salaries of the Orphans’ Court associate judges for Anne Arundel County from $29,000 to $33,000 for calendar 2015 and each subsequent calendar year. The salary of the Chief Judge of the Orphans’ Court would increase from $29,500 to $35,000. (Sponsors: Delegate Vitale and Senator Astle)
H.B. 1452/S.B. 1058 – Anne Arundel County - Electronic Instant Bingo Machines – Regulation: would authorize a war veterans' organization or fraternal organization in Anne Arundel County to operate not more than five electronic instant bingo machines if the organization obtains a license for each machine on or before June 1, 2015. (Sponsors:
Delegate Vitale and Senator Astle)