Pre-Filed Legislation

 

Pre-filed Legislation is legislation that will be introduced at the next legislative session.

 

Legislation that will be introduced at the next legislative session is pre-filed 11 calendar days before that legislative session. During these 11 days, you will be able to view pre-filed legislation on this page. Once the legislation is introduced, it is considered "current legislation".

Current Legislation
Public Hearing Schedule

 

Legislation #AmendmentsLegislation TitleIntroduced BySummary
CB1-2018NoAN ACT amending the Adequate Public Facilities Act requiring certain periodic review; specifying completion timelines for certain types of road remediation projects; requiring that certain agreements contain certain provisions with regard to the timing of road mitigation projects; amend the title of certain charts and other terminology; requiring certain waiting periods; clarifying certain exemptions; defining certain terms; amending certain definitions; making certain technical corrections; and generally relating to the Adequate Public Facilities Act of Howard County. Jon Weinstein, Calvin Ball, Jen TerrasaView
CB2-2018NoAN ACT amending PlanHoward 2030, the general plan for Howard County, to reduce the number of allocations in the Growth and Revitalization category and to increase the number of allocations in the Established Communities category, beginning in 2020; and generally relating to planning, zoning and land use in Howard County. Jon Weinstein, Calvin Ball, Jen TerrasaView
CB69-2017NoAN ACT expanding a tax credit against the County property tax imposed on certain real property that has suffered damage from a specified natural disaster under certain circumstances; establishing the amount, terms, conditions, and duration of the credit; providing for an application procedure and administration of the credit; providing for a certain contingency; and generally relating to property tax credits. The Chairperson at the request of the County Executive, Jon Weinstein, Calvin Ball, Jen Terrasa, Greg FoxView