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There are 58 Bills pending in House Political Subdivisions




SB 535Authorizing municipalities and county commissions set closing time for certain bars03/26/09
SB 585Limiting amount of free residential solid waste disposal03/31/09
SB 647Authorizing Class IV cities' early voting by mail03/24/09
SB 648Requiring manual vote counting in certain counties03/26/09
HB 2003Authorizing paid municipal fire departments to investigate suspicious or illegal fires02/11/09
HB 2018Making the destruction of a landlord's property which has been rented for residential purposes a criminal offense02/11/09
HB 2122Allowing municipalities to regulate the hours of operation of private liquor clubs by ordinance02/11/09
HB 2244Prohibiting solid waste authorities from duplicating or competing with private recycling businesses02/12/09
HB 2251Providing meetings and conference rights for members of municipal fire departments02/12/09
HB 2260Authorizing governing bodies of municipalities and county commissions to transfer early in-person voting ballots to precincts in the manner absentee ballots are delivered02/12/09
HB 2265Requiring public utilities to file with the county commission in each county in which it provides service, copies of all proposed tariffs and schedules showing all the rates, charges and tolls02/12/09
HB 2267Providing that a county commission may establish a program for transfer of development rights without the requirement for an election02/12/09
HB 2283Authorizing county tax assessors to choose not to impose the property tax in a county on businesses for property that is business inventory intended for resale02/12/09
HB 2296Empowering certain county and municipalities to deny a development activity if adequate public facilities, assets and services are not available to support the activity02/12/09
HB 2325Extending the deadline for submission of the written plan for participation in the pilot program for increased powers for municipal self government02/12/09
HB 2333Including ambulance and fire fees as part of the property tax assessment so that the fees and property taxes may be paid with the same check02/12/09
HB 2350Providing that the transfer of development rights are renewable02/13/09
HB 2356Exempting acts resulting in the taking or damaging of private property for public use from the immunity granted to a political subdivision02/13/09
HB 2365Requiring the Public Service Commission to allow Class I cities to enter into one or more agreements with contract carriers by motor vehicle02/13/09
HB 2372Authorizing county commissions to use impact fees to fund the building and operation of libraries and to administer and provide affordable housing for individuals or families of low or moderate income02/13/09
HB 2409Providing that fire officers may use adjacent property to prevent fire from spreading02/16/09
HB 2447Establishing county and municipal authorities to provide for and maintain facilities to house Child Advocacy Centers02/16/09
HB 2448Relating to annexation of unincorporated territory02/16/09
HB 2459Increasing the tax on purchases of intoxicating liquors outside corporate limits02/16/09
HB 2462Authorizing county commissions to adopt and enforce noise abatement ordinances02/16/09
HB 2527Requiring that all houses, dwellings and businesses located in a district where public water service is made available for the first time after July 1, 2009, be connected to the public water service02/17/09
HB 2581Making changes to the Municipal Home Rule Board02/18/09
HB 2597Making 911 emergency fees available to be used for both emergency and nonemergency calls02/18/09
HB 2616Removing extraneous language regarding the limitation of exotic entertainment by county commissions02/18/09
HB 2663Expanding the power of municipal parking authority officers02/19/09
HB 2785Requiring that every house, dwelling or business located in an area where public water services are made available for the first time, be connected02/24/09
HB 2786Authorizing Class I and II municipalities to regulate taxies and taxi stands02/24/09
HB 2805Regulating the locations of businesses offering exotic entertainment02/25/09
HB 2810Providing salary increases for deputies with college degrees02/25/09
HB 2835Relating to the Office of Coalfield Community Development and master land use plans02/26/09
HB 2845Relating to the annexation of land by a municipality02/26/09
HB 2851Relating to the sale of municipal public utility02/26/09
HB 2886Establishing accredited convention and visitor bureaus03/02/09
HB 2901Relating to limitations on expending hotel occupancy tax proceeds03/02/09
HB 2909Exempting certain construction projects performed on behalf of county or municipal governments from the prevailing wage laws03/03/09
HB 2910Increasing the minimum number of magisterial districts in a county03/03/09
HB 3005Providing a limitation on the lien created for municipal assessments03/09/09
HB 3042Changing the amount of residential solid waste that may be disposed of in a landfill free of charge03/10/09
HB 3108Requiring the assessor of each county to prepare a new property tax ticket within three months of a deed filing03/13/09
HB 3113Relating to arts, entertainment and enterprise districts03/13/09
HB 3142Prohibiting counties from using service fees or user fees to finance infrastructure projects03/13/09
HB 3149Changing the board members of public service districts terms from six years to three years03/13/09
HB 3154Requiring the West Virginia Enhanced 911 Council to propose Emergency Medical Priority Dispatch procedures03/16/09
HB 3168Creating the Martinsburg-Berkeley County Public Library, creating a library board with the power to operate said library, and providing a method of financing the operation of the library03/17/09
HB 3171Defining that if any two or more political subdivisions establish and maintain a self-insurance pool, the operation of such pool will constitute an insurance business03/17/09
HB 3213Allowing the county commission to elect whether the sheriff or local community corrections program may supervise the home incarceration program03/18/09
HB 3236Authorizing counties to create urban growth boundaries03/19/09
HB 3241Requiring municipalities that impose user fees to impose the fee on all persons residing within the municipality03/19/09
HB 3253Providing misdemeanor criminal penalty for failing to comply with law regarding sale, lease or disposition of municipal property03/20/09
HB 3284Allowing local governments to levy a sales tax on food and beverages03/23/09
HB 3293Requiring regional airport authority board members to include persons of area expertise03/23/09
HB 3334Setting forth legislative purpose and plan regarding modernizing and streamlining antiquated telecommunications regulation03/23/09
HB 3335Relating to limitations upon the keeping and bearing of arms03/23/09
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