Current Legislation

 

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CB29-2022NoAN ACT pursuant to Section 1.111(e) of the Howard County Code, approving provisions in a collective bargaining agreement between Howard County and the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees Howard County Local 1810 Council 67, AFL-CIO that are in conflict with the provisions of Title 1 “Human Resources” of the Howard County Code or the Employee Manual; approving a multi-year collective bargaining agreement between Howard County and the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees Howard County Local 1810 Council 67, AFL-CIO that will be effective through the end of Fiscal Year 2024 and that includes payment of certain compensation in future fiscal years; providing for the application of this Act; and generally relating to the collective bargaining agreement between Howard County and the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees Howard County Local 1810 Council 67, AFL-CIO. The Chairperson at the request of the County Executive View
CB30-2022NoAN ACT pursuant to Section 1.111(e) of the Howard County Code, approving provisions in a collective bargaining agreement between Howard County and the Howard County Public Safety Dispatchers Association that are in conflict with the provisions of Title 1 “Human Resources” of the Howard County Code or the Employee Manual; approving a multi-year collective bargaining agreement between Howard County and the Howard County Public Safety Dispatchers Association that will be effective through the end of Fiscal Year 2024 and that includes payment of certain compensation in future fiscal years; providing for the application of this Act; and generally relating to the collective bargaining agreement between Howard County and the Howard County Public Safety Dispatchers Association. The Chairperson at the request of the County Executive View
CB31-2022NoAN ACT pursuant to Section 1.111(e) of the Howard County Code, approving provisions in a collective bargaining agreement between Howard County and the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees Howard County Local 3080 Council 67, AFL-CIO that are in conflict with the provisions of Title 1 “Human Resources” of the Howard County Code or the Employee Manual; approving a multi-year collective bargaining agreement between Howard County and the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees Howard County Local 3080 Council 67, AFL-CIO that will be effective through the end of Fiscal Year 2024 and that includes payment of certain compensation in future fiscal years; providing for the application of this Act; and generally relating to the collective bargaining agreement between Howard County and the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees Howard County Local 3080 Council 67, AFL-CIO. The Chairperson at the request of the County Executive View
CB32-2022NoAN ACT amending the Pay Plan for Howard County; providing pay scales for employees; providing certain specialty pay; amending certain overtime provisions; providing for the application of this Act; and generally relating to the Pay Plan for Howard County. The Chairperson at the request of the County Executive View
CB33-2022NoAN ACT amending the Classification Plan for Howard County to amend the required skills and abilities, educational and certification requirements for certain positions; removing certain positions from the Classification Plan; adding certain positions to the Classification Plan; and generally relating to amendments to the Howard County Classification Plan. The Chairperson at the request of the County Executive View
CB34-2022YesAN ACT adopting the current expense budget and the capital budget for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2022 and ending June 30, 2023, to be known as the Annual Budget and Appropriation Ordinance of Howard County, Fiscal Year 2023. The Chairperson at the request of the County Executive View
CB35-2022YesAN ACT for the purpose of authorizing and empowering Howard County, Maryland to borrow money in the principal amount of up to $124,985,979 on its full faith and credit, and issue and sell its bonds or other obligations therefor, to be used to pay costs of certain County capital projects (including bridge projects, general county projects, storm drainage projects, school system projects, fire and rescue projects, road construction projects, roadside and sidewalk projects, library projects, community college projects, parks and recreation projects, police projects and traffic improvements projects), which are specified and described in the County's 2023 Capital Budget (including, without limitation, borrowings for certain capital projects previously authorized in other calendar years, which such authorization has lapsed or will lapse), and to pay costs of issuance of such bonds or other obligations; authorizing the County to issue bond anticipation notes or to enter into installment purchase agreements for payment of portions of such costs; and to levy taxes upon the assessable property within the County sufficient, together with other available funds, to pay the debt service on such obligations; and providing for and determining various matters in connection therewith. The Chairperson at the request of the County Executive View
CB36-2022YesAN ACT for the purpose of authorizing and empowering Howard County, Maryland to borrow money in the aggregate principal amount of up to $4,133,000 on its full faith and credit, and issue and sell its bonds or other obligations therefor, to be used to pay costs of certain General County projects as more particularly described in the County's 2023 Capital Budget, and to pay costs of issuance of such bonds or other obligations; authorizing and empowering the County to issue bond anticipation notes or to enter into installment purchase agreements for payment of portions of such costs; and to levy taxes upon the assessable property within the County sufficient, together with amounts collected by the Howard County Department of Recreation and Parks and other available funds, to pay the debt service on such obligations; and providing for and determining various matters in connection therewith. The Chairperson at the request of the County Executive View
CB37-2022NoAN ACT for the purpose of authorizing and empowering Howard County, Maryland to borrow money in the principal amount of up to $55,888,524 on its full faith and credit, and issue and sell its bonds or other obligations therefor, to be used to pay costs of certain County water and sewer capital projects which are specified and described in the County's 2023 Capital Budget (including, without limitation, borrowings for certain water and sewer capital projects previously authorized in prior calendar years which such authorization has lapsed or will lapse), and to pay costs of issuance of such bonds or other obligations; authorizing the County to issue bond anticipation notes or to enter into installment purchase agreements for payment of portions of such costs; and to levy taxes upon the assessable property within the County sufficient, together with benefit assessments, ad valorem taxes levied upon the assessable property in the Metropolitan District and other available funds, to pay the debt service on such obligations; and providing for and determining various matters in connection therewith. The Chairperson at the request of the County Executive View
CB38-2022NoAN ACT for the purpose of authorizing and empowering Howard County, Maryland to borrow money in the aggregate principal amount of up to $250,000 on its full faith and credit, and issue and sell its bonds or other obligations therefor, to be used to pay costs of certain County environmental services fund projects as more particularly described in the County's 2023 Capital Budget, and to pay costs of issuance of such bonds or other obligations; authorizing and empowering the County to issue bond anticipation notes or to enter into installment purchase agreements for payment of portions of such costs; and to levy taxes upon the assessable property within the County sufficient, together with amounts held in the Environmental Services Special Revenue Fund and other available funds, to pay the debt service on such obligations; and providing for and determining various matters in connection therewith. The Chairperson at the request of the County Executive View
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