WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER, Governor
(1) MAY NOT REQUIRE THAT AT ALL TIMES MEDICAL PERSONNEL BE
ON SITE OR AVAILABLE FOR CONSULTATION WHEN CAMPERS ARE PRESENT AT THE
(2) IF THE OPERATOR OF THE CAMP UTILIZES A PUBLIC SCHOOL OR A
PUBLIC PARK AS A CAMP SITE, MAY NOT ENFORCE ITS WATER, SEWAGE, OR OTHER
REGULATIONS RELATING TO THE PHYSICAL CONDITION AND OPERATION OF THE
CAMP SITE; AND
(3) SHALL ADOPT SEPARATE REGULATIONS APPLICABLE TO A PLAY
[(c)] (D) The Secretary shall cooperate with other departme nts or agencies toe
facilitate the activities of the departments or agenci
s in carrying out responsibilities for
enforcing the laws and regulations relating to youth camps.
SECTION 2. AND BE IT FURTHER ENACTED, For calendar year 1993 only, in
order to comply with the provisions of § 14-402(b)(1) of the Health - General Article, a local
government shall adopt the health and safety standards on or before July 1, 1993.
2. 3. AND BE IT FURTHER ENACTED, That this Act shall take
October June 1, 1993.
Approved May 11, 1993.
(House Bill 215)
AN ACT concerning
Washington County - Economic Development - County Tax Exemptions
FOR the purpose of authorizing the governing body of Washington County to grant to a
qualifying business a credit against all or part of the county property tax for a
certain maximum period; defining "qualifying business"; requiring that the credit be
granted at a public meeting and be reflected in the minutes; and generally relating
to the authority of the governing body of Washington County to grant a property tax
credit to certain new or expanding businesses.
BY adding to
Article - Tax - Property
Annotated Code of Maryland
(1986 Volume and 1992 Supplement)
SECTION 1. BE IT ENACTED BY THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF
MARYLAND, That the Laws of Maryland read as follows:
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