PG/MC 111-22 Washington Suburban Transit Commission – Montgomery County Commissioners – Repeal of Term Limit
Requested by: Delegate Solomon
Synopsis: For the purpose of repealing the prohibition against a Commissioner of the Washington Suburban Transit Commission serving more than a certain number of consecutive terms as it applies to a Commissioner appointed by the County Executive of Montgomery County; and generally relating to the Washington Suburban Transit Commission.
Bill Text: Read bill in pdf here
House Bill Number: HB535
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*This bill will be acted on by the Montgomery County House Delegation first.
Documents
 
Montgomery County House Delegation 11/4/21 Assigned to the Land Use, Transportation, and Public Safety Committee  
  12/15/21 Montgomery County Delegation Bill Hearing - 7:00 p.m.
The hearing will be live-streamed on the Delegation's YouTube page.
 
  1/24/22 Land Use, Transportation, and Public Safety Committee Meeting - Favorable with amendment (6-0)
  1/28/22 Montgomery County House Delegation Meeting - Favorable with amendment (unanimous)
Prince George's County House Delegation 2/3/22 Bicounty Committee - Favorable with amendment  
  2/4/22 Prince George's County House Delegation Meeting - Favorable with amendment  
Montgomery County Senate Delegation 2/22/22 Montgomery County Senate Delegation Meeting - Favorable as amended by House Delegation
       
Prince George's County Senate Delegation      
       
House 1/21/22 First Reading - Environment & Transportation Committee  
  3/10/22 Environment & Transportation Committee Hearing - 1:00 p.m.  
  3/17/22 Favorable with Amendment Report by Economic Matters Committee  
  3/17/22 Favorable with Amendment Report Adopted
Second Reading Passed
 
  3/18/22 Third Reading Passed (128-1)  
  4/11/22 Returned Passed  
Senate 3/21/22 Referred - Education, Health, and Environmental Affairs Committee  
  3/31/22 Education, Health, and Environmental Affairs Committee Hearing - 1:00 p.m.  
  4/9/22 Favorable Report - Education, Health, and Environmental Affairs Committee  
  4/9/22 Favorable Report Adopted
Second Reading Passed
 
  4/9/22 Third Reading Passed (42-0)  
Action after passage 5/29/22 Enacted under Article II, Section 17(c) of the Maryland Constitution - Chapter 740  
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