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Session Laws, 1970
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Marvin Mandel, Governor                         605

[(iii)] (iv) Delineate with all practical precision those portions
of the county which community water supply systems [or] , com-
munity sewerage systems and community solid waste disposal sys-
may reasonably be expected to serve within the succeeding
ten-year period, and any portions in which the provisions PROVI-
SION of such services is not reasonably foreseeable, taking into con-
sideration all related aspects of planning, zoning, population esti-
mates, engineering, and economics, and all State, regional, municipal
and local plans;

[(iv)] (v) Establish procedures for delineating and acquiring,
on a time schedule pursuant to subsection [4 (iii)] 4 (iv) above,
necessary rights-of-way or easements for community water supply
[or] , community sewerage [systems] or community solid waste
disposal systems or acceptance facilities.

[(v)] (vi) Set forth a time schedule and proposed methods of
financing the construction and operation of each programmed com-
munity water supply [or] , community sewerage or community
solid waste disposal system or solid waste acceptance facility , to-
gether with the estimated cost thereof.

[(vi)] (vii) Be submitted to official planning agencies having
jurisdiction, including comprehensive planning agencies with area-
wide jurisdiction, if such exist; for review as to consistency with
programs of planning for the area; in Montgomery and Prince
George's counties, be transmitted to the Maryland-National Capital
Park and Planning Commission. The Sanitary Commission shall
not thereafter submit the county plans to the governing bodies until
it shall have received from said Park and Planning Commission its
comment and recommendations on the proposed programs or until
thirty days shall have passed, whichever shall be sooner. If the Park
and Planning Commission shall recommend any changes, deletions, or
designations for limited access in the proposed county plans, it shall
state its reasons therefor, in writing, and the Sanitary Commission
shall re-examine its proposed programs and give due weight to the
recommendations of said Park and Planning Commission before a
final submission of the county plans, it being the intent of the General
Assembly that the two commissions shall make every reasonable
effort to reach agreement with respect to the county plans required
by this section, but that the Sanitary Commission's right to make the
final decision in the event of disagreement shall not be impaired,
except as herein provided. In the annual review in Montgomery and
Prince George's counties as set forth in subsection (d) (5) of this
section, the procedures shall be followed as set forth herein; and

[(vii)] (viii) Include provision for periodic amendment or revi-
sion of the county plan.

[(viii)] (ix) Indicate the source of supply and the approximate
amount to be withdrawn from waters of the State, and shall in-
dicate the quantity and quality of wastes to be discharged into the
waters of the State.


(c) 1. The State [Board] Department of Health [and Mental
Hygiene] shall adopt and from time to time, amend regulations


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