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Bill Status - 2005 Regular Session

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There are 42 Bills pending in House Political Subdivisions

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Date

SB 594Authorizing county commissions adopt ordinances to reduce false alarms03/28/05
HB 2044Allowing municipalities to regulate the hours of operation of private liquor clubs by ordinance02/09/05
HB 2083Clarifying that the sheriff is the appointing officer with respect to deputy sheriffs who have resigned and thereafter seek appointment by reinstatement02/09/05
HB 2093Allowing counties adopting a floodplain ordinance to designate a floodplain enforcement agency02/09/05
HB 2179Requiring that proposed county zoning ordinances be submitted for approval, providing for zoning by referendum and allowing county local option zoning02/10/05
HB 2190Increasing the salary of public service district board members02/10/05
HB 2211Granting wider authority of local fire departments to request materials and equipment to prevent further danger when dealing with an accident 02/11/05
HB 2213Removing the exemption from planning and zoning restrictions for mining and manufacturing activities and uses02/11/05
HB 2289Requiring stricter controls, oversight and purchasing practices of the sheriff's concealed weapon fund02/14/05
HB 2362Preventing political subdivisions of the state from selling goods in competition with private businesses02/15/05
HB 2363Clarifying that county commissions may make affordable flood insurance available to property owners02/15/05
HB 2458Provide for the removal of members of boards, authorities and commissions appointed by county commissions 02/17/05
HB 2600Requiring the installation of fire hydrants at intervals of not less than one thousand feet in all upgrades of water mains and construction and installation of new mains02/23/05
HB 2601Relating to electric utilities and providing for equivalent residential rates for certain community organizations02/23/05
HB 2602Providing municipalities and members of municipal fire departments an alternative to statutory prescriptions concerning holiday remuneration and compensation 02/23/05
HB 2639Mandating Class I and Class II municipalities comply with NFPA 1710 for the fire departments on or before June 30, 200602/24/05
HB 2653Providing OSHA coverage for municipal firefighters02/24/05
HB 2658Requiring any law-enforcement agency hiring a person within three years of his or her training at the West Virginia law-enforcement training academy to pay a fraction of the cost of such training02/24/05
HB 2664Allowing the employees of the River Valley Child Development Center to elect to withdraw from PERS02/24/05
HB 2796Relating to controlling post-construction storm water runoff from subdivisions and developments03/01/05
HB 2811Allowing counties and municipalities to raise the hotel occupancy tax from 3% to an amount up to 6%03/01/05
HB 2821Establishing a pilot program that provides certain units of government with additional flexibility during a twenty-four month period ending June 30, 200703/01/05
HB 2827Providing for the approval of the county commission of Class I and Class II Municipal development or redevelopment tax financing districts03/02/05
HB 2854Removing the upper limitation on the number of members a municipality may appoint to a Board of Park and Recreation Commission03/03/05
HB 2868Relating to compensation of elected county officials and county commissioners03/04/05
HB 2942Authorizing counties to impose, as an alternative to 911 fees on local exchange telephone lines, a 911 service fee on owners of real estate03/08/05
HB 2943Establishing county and municipal authorities to provide for and maintain facilities to house Child Advocacy Centers03/08/05
HB 2957Extending the time for the city of Hurricane to meet as a levying body03/09/05
HB 2982Providing meetings and conference rights for members of municipal fire departments03/10/05
HB 2983Authorizing paid municipal fire departments to investigate suspicious or illegal fires 03/10/05
HB 3013Removing the requirement that the mayor, recorder and councilmen of a municipality must have been assessed with and paid real or personal property taxes in order to hold office03/14/05
HB 3024Prohibiting political subdivisions from selling certain memorials, markers or monuments in competition with privately owned enterprises03/14/05
HB 3063Requiring that solid waste authority site plans be considered approved unless the solid waste authority disapproves the plan within sixty days03/16/05
HB 3072Requiring that all houses, dwellings and businesses located in a district where public water service is made available for the first time after July 1, 2006 be connected to the public water service03/16/05
HB 3134Allowing Class IV municipalities' radar readings to be used as prima facie evidence of the speed of a vehicle03/22/05
HB 3140Making it a misdemeanor to fail to appear for municipal court, requiring certain municipal courts to reinstate a driver's license, requiring evidence that a parking meter has been certified to work correctly, and addressing liability of judges who violate civil rights03/22/05
HB 3191Exempting the collection of impact fees by counties from the requirement that a county adopt a comprehensive zoning ordinance before such fees can be collected03/24/05
HB 3196Authorizing county commissions to create a special fund for the purposes of posting bond for certain individuals 03/24/05
HB 3278Relating to delaying the effective dates of the Municipal Sales and Service Tax and Municipal Use Tax03/25/05
HB 3285Relating to authorizing county commissions to adopt ordinances to reduce false alarms03/25/05
HB 3291Relating to reforming, altering and modifying the county commission of Hampshire County03/25/05
HB 3332Authorizing the county commission of Berkeley County and the incorporated municipalities therein to adopt official maps03/25/05
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