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Bill Status - 2002 Regular Session

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There are 49 Bills pending in House Political Subdivisions

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Title

Date

HB 2002Allowing municipalities to self-insure together and promulgation of rules by the Commissioner of Insurance01/09/02
HB 2027Requiring an election to adopt a zoning ordinance proposed by a county commission01/09/02
HB 2030Prohibiting county, city or other local governments from imposing additional requirements on septic system installers01/09/02
HB 2094Allowing municipalities to regulate the hours of operation of private liquor clubs by ordinance01/09/02
HB 2109Making larceny of municipal or voluntary fire department equipment a felony01/09/02
HB 2150Allowing public employees twenty-five hours of paid leave per calendar year to respond as a volunteer firefighter to emergencies01/09/02
HB 2242Authorizing lateral transfers for deputy sheriffs01/09/02
HB 2302Prohibiting the consolidation of public service districts within a county if such consolidation reduces the number of districts in the county to one01/09/02
HB 2379Removing the exemption from planning and zoning restrictions for mining and manufacturing activities and uses01/09/02
HB 2383Providing OSHA coverage for municipal firefighters01/09/02
HB 2398Relating to political activities of deputy sheriffs and professional firefighters01/09/02
HB 2416Adding public service district board members and employees to the definition of employee under PEIA01/09/02
HB 2420Making Christmas Eve a state holiday01/09/02
HB 2422Authorizing county commissions to adopt and enforce noise abatement ordinances01/09/02
HB 2470Regulation of homeowner associations01/09/02
HB 2514Permitting municipalities to enact ordinances to require property owners to maintain lawns and yards01/09/02
HB 2542Automatic adoption of laws by municipalities of traffic regulations and laws of the road01/09/02
HB 2572Authorizing optical image media preservation of certain county records and CD-ROM technology for storage of county records01/09/02
HB 2729Relating generally to legal advertising rates01/09/02
HB 2783Requiring counties to develop a local policy for the dispatch of wrecker services01/09/02
HB 2809Removing the sixteen-year cap on salary increments for years of service for deputy sheriffs01/09/02
HB 2888Relating to authority of local fire departments01/09/02
HB 2889Deleting the requirement that the attorney general have knowledge of and give consent to all settlements and releases by the board of insurance01/09/02
HB 2940Relating to the multicounty economic development authority for the counties of Greenbrier, Monroe and Pocahontas01/09/02
HB 3005Allowing Class IV municipalities to use radar devices for enforcing speeding laws01/09/02
HB 3035Exempting certain municipalities from requirements applicable to discharging, suspending or reducing in rank or pay law-enforcement officers01/09/02
HB 3060Authorizing counties and municipalities to form aggregations to negotiate procurement of energy01/09/02
HB 3064Permitting municipalities to assess taxes and levy fees subject to local referendum01/09/02
HB 3070Requiring chiefs of police of Class IV towns to meet certain law-enforcement training requirements01/09/02
HB 3185Requiring emergency dispatch centers to refer emergencies to the closest appropriate and available public safety unit01/09/02
HB 4033Authorizing the mayor to appoint a member of the hearing board in an investigation of certain municipal police officers and firemen01/14/02
HB 4036Prohibiting dual party affiliation of local and state officeholders and candidates01/14/02
HB 4076Relating to the hotel occupancy tax and dedicating proceeds01/17/02
HB 4087Allowing the civil service commission to increase the maximum age of applicants01/18/02
HB 4117Increasing vacation time for deputy sheriffs with twenty and twenty-five years of service01/22/02
HB 4135Authorizing county commissions to impose a recreation and amusement tax01/23/02
HB 4144Amending provisions of the West Virginia Animal Protection Act01/24/02
HB 4151Requiring approval by statewide referendum before the public port authority may expend certain state funds or bonds 01/24/02
HB 4270Allowing the use of the hotel occupancy tax for farmland preservation01/28/02
HB 4350Creating a New River and Gauley River citizen's board to help resolve access issues to those rivers02/01/02
HB 4374Relating to legal advertising02/04/02
HB 4432Increasing compensation of prosecuting attorneys of Class I counties02/07/02
HB 4433Providing meetings and conference rights for members of municipal police and fire departments02/07/02
HB 4501Reimbursing county and municipal law-enforcement agencies for training and certification costs02/15/02
HB 4528Relating to notice to connect to municipal sewer systems02/18/02
HB 4539Permitting certain municipalities to increase the hotel occupancy tax to fund the construction and improvement of convention facilities and minor league baseball parks or stadiums02/19/02
HB 4602Providing for a pilot project intended to divert low-income residents from early institutionalization02/22/02
HB 4606Lowering the fee charged for certain public reports provided by the deputy sheriff's office02/22/02
HB 4635Increasing compensation of commissioners in eminent domain proceedings02/22/02
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