1995 LAWS OF MARYLAND
(nn) 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
OF 1976, 15 USC § 330 ET SEQ.
Error: Erroneous short title and incomplete citation to federal law in Article
25, § 3(nn).
Occurred: Ch. 9, Acts of 1983.
The County [Commissioners] COUNCIL of Prince George's County [are] IS
authorized to create an official advisory committee on natural resources and community
appearance as may be necessary to guide and accomplish the work of the County
[Commissioners] COUNCIL sitting as district [counsel] COUNCIL. The functions of the
advisory committee among other things may consist of making technical recommendations
for the preservation, exploitation, and site rehabilitation of mineral deposits or means
and methods of encouraging development above minimum standards. Such official
committee shall be established by resolution of the County [Commissioners] COUNCIL
which sets forth the membership, duties, and functions.
It is the intent of the General Assembly that all State agencies, departments or
commissions shall cooperate to the fullest possible extent with the County
[Commissioners] COUNCIL in guiding the orderly growth of the county through such
committee. Officials designated by a State agency, department, or commission may serve
on such advisory committee at the request of the County [Commissioners] COUNCIL.
Error: Misspelling and obsolete references to the "County Commissioners"
of Prince George's County in Article 25, § 10A.
Occurred: Misspelling occurred in Ch. 784, Acts of 1963. Obsolete
references are the result of Prince George's County adopting charter home
rule in 1970.
(i) The County Treasurer of Wicomico County shall receive an annual salary of
$5,000 and in addition thereto shall receive an annual sum of $1,000 to be paid by the
Wicomico County Roads Board. [He] THE TREASURER shall devote [his] THE entire
time to the duties of [his] office and shall keep [his] THE TREASURER'S office open for
the transaction of business during the hours when offices in the Wicomico County
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