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HARRY HUGHES, Governor
(MM) THE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF FREDERICK, GARRETT, AND
WASHINGTON COUNTIES MAY ADOPT ORDINANCES OR RESOLUTIONS PROVIDING
FOR THE LICENSURE OF PERSONS ENGAGING IN WEATHER MODIFICATION AND
REQUIRING THE REPORTING OF ANY ACTIVITY PERFORMED WITH THE
INTENTION OF PRODUCING ARTIFICIAL CHANGES IN THE COMPOSITION,
BEHAVIOR, OR DYNAMICS OF THE ATMOSPHERE AS DEFINED IN THE
NATIONAL WEATHER MODIFICATION POLICY ACT, 15 USC § 330.
SECTION 2. AND BE IT FURTHER ENACTED, That this Act shall
take effect July 1, 1983. Approved April 12, 1983.
CHAPTER 10 (Senate Bill 20) AN ACT concerning Municipal Powers - Rewards FOR the purpose of empowering incorporated municipalities to
offer and pay rewards for information relating to criminal
activity committed within the municipality. BY adding to Article 23A - Corporations - Municipal Section 2(34) Annotated Code of Maryland (1981 Replacement Volume and 1982 Supplement)
SECTION 1. BE IT ENACTED BY THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF
MARYLAND, That the Laws of Maryland read as follows: Article 23A - Corporations - Municipal 2. The legislative body of every incorporated municipality in
this State, except Baltimore City, by whatever name known, shall
have general power to pass such ordinances not contrary to the
public general or public local laws and the Constitution of
Maryland as they may deem necessary in order to assure the good
government of the municipality, to protect and preserve the
municipality's rights, property, and privileges, to preserve
peace and good order, to secure persons and property from danger
and destruction, and to protect the health, comfort and
convenience of the citizens of the municipality; but nothing in
this article shall be construed to authorize the legislative body


 
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