Ch. 703 MARVIN MANDEL, Governor 1483
(a) Projects for dredging and marking of channels and harbors,
CONSTRUCTION OF JETTIES AND BREAKWATERS and clearing of
debris, aquatic vegetation, and obstructions in navigable waters AS WELL AS
CONSTRUCTION OF MARINE FACILITIES LOCATED WITHIN LANDS
OWNED BY THE STATE DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES
shall be financed solely by the Waterways Improvement Fund. [Provided, however,
that] HOWEVER, any funds available from the federal government, any
governing body, or any gift or donation, may be used for [such] THESE purposes.
(b) Projects for construction of marine facilities beneficial to the boating public
shall be financed jointly by the governing body and the Waterways Improvement
Fund (however, such projects and facilities which are located within other
state-owned recreational facilities may be financed jointly by the agency managing
the facility and the Waterways Improvement Fund J. The contribution of the
Waterways Improvement Fund shall be limited to not more than []] fifty per
centum (50%) []] [[50%]] of the cost of each project (Provided, however, that]
HOWEVER, construction projects beneficial to the boating public costing less
than $25,000 may be financed solely by the Waterways Improvement Fund
regardless of location.
(C) THE GOVERNING BODY SHALL PROVIDE FOR PAYMENT OF
ITS SHARE OF MATCHING PROJECTS UNDER SUBSECTION (B)
(1) BY MEANS OF APPROPRIATIONS FROM GENERAL FUNDS, OR
(2) BY LEVYING OF A SPECIAL ASSESSMENT OR TAX AGAINST
EACH PROPERTY OWNER WHOSE PROPERTY LIES WITHIN THE
DISTRICT. THE GOVERNING BODY MAY ACCEPT AND USE ANY
GIFTS, DONATIONS OR CONTRIBUTIONS FROM WHATEVER
SOURCE TOWARD THE COST OF ANY PROJECT AS A PART OF ITS
SHARE OF ANY MATCHING FUND PROJECT.
SECTION 2. AND BE IT FURTHER ENACTED, That this Act shall take
effect July 1, 1973.
Approved May 24, 1973.
(Senate Bill 710)
AN ACT to repeal and re-enact, with amendments, [[Sections 22(a) and 22A]]
Section 22 of Article 83 of the Annotated Code of Maryland (1969
Replacement Volume), title "Sales and Notices," subtitle "Consumer
Protection," [[relating generally to the consumer protection laws, with
particular reference to enforcement against unlawful practices, appointment of
receivers, and cease and desist agreements.]] to provide that a person may sue
for damages for violations of this subtitle [[and to provide for the award of
attorney's fees]] and to renumber sections therein.