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MCER NO. 3-08:  ADOPTED OFFICE OF CONSUMER PROTECTION REGULATION - Registration Fees for Businesses Engaged in Vehicle Services

 

SUMMARY:  This regulation updates the registration fees for businesses engaged in vehicle services.  The adopted regulation supersedes Executive Regulation 16-02.

 

ACTION:  Executive Regulation 3-08, Registration Fees for Businesses Engaged in Vehicle Services, was promulgated according to the Method 3 process and became effective June 6, 2008.

 

AUTHORIZATION AND PROCEDURAL METHOD:  Montgomery County Code, 2004, Section 31A-3. 
Method 3.

 

COPIES OF THE REGULATION:  A copy of the regulation may be obtained from Virginia Foronda, Office of Consumer Protection, 100 Maryland Avenue, Room 330, Rockville, Maryland  20850; 240/777-3718;  MD Relay 1-800-735-2258.  virginia.foronda@montgomerycountymd.gov

 

 

MCER NO. 4-08:  ADOPTED OFFICE OF CONSUMER PROTECTION REGULATION - Secondhand Personal Property License Fee

 

SUMMARY:  This regulation increases the annual fee from $25 to $50 for businesses engaged in buying, obtaining, acquiring, or, receiving secondhand personal property.  The adopted regulation supersedes

20-01.

 

ACTION:  Executive Regulation, Secondhand Personal Property, was promulgated according to the Method 3 process and became effective June 6, 2008.

 

AUTHORIZATION AND PROCEDURAL METHOD:  Montgomery County Code, 2004, Section 44A-8. 
Method 3.

 

COPIES OF THE REGULATION:  A copy of the regulation may be obtained from Virginia Foronda, Office of Consumer Protection, 100 Maryland Avenue, Room 330, Rockville, Maryland  20850; 240/777-3718; MD Relay 800/735-2258.  virginia.foronda@montgomerycountymd.gov

 

 

MCER NO. 5-08:  ADOPTED OFFICE OF CONSUMER PROTECTION REGULATION - Fee Schedule for Registration of Businesses Engaged in the Installation, Repair, and Maintenance of Radio and Television Equipment and Electrical Appliances

 

SUMMARY:  This regulation updates the registration fee for businesses engaged in the installation, repair, and maintenance of radio and television equipment and electrical appliances.  The adopted regulation supersedes Executive Regulation 22-01.

 

ACTION:  Executive Regulation 5-08, was promulgated according to the Method 3 process and became effective June 17, 2008.

 

AUTHORIZATION AND PROCEDURAL METHOD:  Montgomery County Code, 2004, Section 38A-3. 
Method 3.

 

COPIES OF THE REGULATION:  A copy of the regulation may be obtained from Virginia Foronda, Office of Consumer Protection, 100 Maryland Avenue, Room 330, Rockville, Maryland  20850; 240/777-3718; MD Relay 800/735-2258.  virginia.foronda@montgomerycountymd.gov

 


MCER NO. 9-08:  ADOPTED DEPARTMENT OF PERMITTING SERVICES REGULATION - Overtime Offset Fees

 

SUMMARY:  This regulation changes the method used to calculate overtime fees for inspections in order to recover inspection costs.  The adopted regulation supersedes 20-07AM.

 

ACTION:  Executive Regulation 9-08 was approved by the County Council according to the Method 2 process, effective June 17, 2008.

 

AUTHORIZATION AND PROCEDURAL METHOD:  Montgomery County Code, 2004, Section 8-13, 8-24B, 8-28, 17-2, 17-10, 17-20, 19-6, 19-45, 19-67, 22-13, 27A-5(e), 49-7.  Method 2.

 

COPIES OF THE REGULATION:  A copy of the regulation may be obtained from Alexia Roundtree, Department of Permitting Services, 255 Rockville Pike, Second Floor, Rockville, Maryland; 240/777-6280, TTY 240/777-6256. alexia.roundtree@montgomerycountymd.gov

 

 

MCER NO. 10-08:  ADOPTED DEPARTMENT OF PERMITTING SERVICES REGULATION - Permit Fees and Requirements Related to Construction Debris Reclamation Facility

 

SUMMARY:  This regulation, in general, increases fees by 2.3% for costs related to the administration, plan review and enforcement of Construction Debris Reclamation Facilities by the Department of Permitting Services.  An additional fee increase of 2% has been added to cover costs associated with the new credit card payment option for DPS customers.  The total fee increase is 4.3%.  The indexing language has been modified to remove the need for Council approval of an executive regulation in cases where the only change is a fee increase consistent with the existing indexing language.  The adopted regulation supersedes Executive Regulation 15-07.

 

ACTION:  Executive Regulation 10-08, Permit Fees and Requirements Related to Construction Debris Reclamation Facility, was approved by the County Council according to the Method 2 process, effective June 17, 2008.

 

AUTHORIZATION AND PROCEDURAL METHOD:  Montgomery County Code, 2004, Section 59-C-9.31(a)(4).  Method 2.

 

COPIES OF THE REGULATION:  A copy of the regulation may be obtained from Alexia Roundtree, Department of Permitting Services, 255 Rockville Pike, Second Floor, Rockville, Maryland; 240/777-6280, TTY 240/777-6256.

 


MCER NO. 11-08:  ADOPTED DEPARTMENT OF PERMITTING SERVICES REGULATION - Schedule of Fees for Permits, Licenses and Certifications - Method 2

 

SUMMARY:  This regulation, in general, increases by 2.3% permit and license fees that cover the administration, plan review and enforcement programs of the Department of Permitting Services.  An additional one time fee increase of 2% has been added to cover costs associated with the new credit card payment option for DPS customers.  Sections I.C.2&3 and II.C.2. & 3. of this regulation also increase by 4% permit fees for green buildings as required by Bill 17-06, Buildings - Energy Efficiency land Environmental Design.  The Well Location Permit fee was increased to $106.00 in section VI.  An application filing fee was added in section 1.3 and II.3.for additions, alterations, and repairs for homes utilizing a well or septic system.  In section VII.D.1. the Work Without a Permit fee was increased to $500 and applies to all permits covered in this executive regulation.  A duplicate Well Location Permit fee was deleted in section 1.G. and a duplicate Work Without a Permit fee was deleted in section II.G.5.  The indexing language has been modified to remove the need for Council approval of an executive regulation case where the only change is a fee increase consistent with the existing indexing language.  The adopted regulation supersedes Executive Regulation 17-07.

 

ACTION:  Executive Regulation 11-08, was approved by the County Council according to the Method 2 process, effective June 17, 2008.

 

AUTHORIZATION AND PROCEDURAL METHOD:  Montgomery County Code, 2004, Section 8-13, 8-14, 8-24b, 8-28, 17-2, 17-10, 17-19, 17-20, 27a-5(E), 22-13, 47-2, 47-4.  Method 2.

 

COPIES OF THE REGULATION:  A copy of the regulation may be obtained from Alexia Roundtree, Department of Permitting Services, 255 Rockville Pike, Second Floor, Rockville, Maryland; 240/777-6280, TTY 240/777-6256.  alexia.roundtree@montgomerycountymd.gov

 

 

MCER NO. 12-08:  ADOPTED DEPARTMENT OF PERMITTING SERVICES REGULATION - Schedule of Fees for Permits, Licenses and Inspections - Method 3

 

SUMMARY:  This regulation in general, increases by 2.3% permit and license fees that cover the administration, plan review and enforcement programs of the Department of Permitting Services.  An additional one time fee increase of 2% has been added to cover costs associated with the new credit card payment option for DPS customers.  This regulation also increases by 15% certain permit and license fees that cover the administration, plan review and enforcement programs of the Department of Permitting Services.  The net increase for all fees except Benefit Performance and Storage of Vendor Confiscated Goods is 19.3%.  Fees for Section IV Benefit Performances and Section V., Storage of Vendor Confiscated Goods were only increased by 4.3% which includes the annual adjustment and the credit card costs.  The fee adjustment is required to re-align current fees with the cost of the resources required to perform the necessary functions.  Section 1.L. Minor Subdivision Plat Review Fee of $500 was added.  Section II.H.4. changes the fees for revisions to previously approved stormwater management concept plans from 50% of the original fee to 50% of the current fee.  The fee for Right Way bond replacement in Section I.J. was adjusted to be the same as the fee for Sediment Control bond replacement.  Additions to Section VIII., Miscellaneous, are a Work Without a Permit Fee of $500 and a Registration Fee for Responsible Personnel Certification Program (Sediment Control Green Card Training) of $50.  The indexing language has been modified to remove the need for Council approval of executive regulation cases where the only change is a fee increase consistent with the existing indexing language.  This regulation has also been revised to clarify existing fee descriptions.  The adopted regulation supersedes Executive Regulation 16-07.

 

ACTION:  Executive Regulation, was promulgated according to the Method 3 process and became effective July 1, 2008.

 

AUTHORIZATION AND PROCEDURAL METHOD:  Montgomery County Code, 2004, Section 49-38, 19-6,  19-45, 19-67, 30-11, 27A-5(e).  Method 3.

 

COPIES OF THE REGULATION:  A copy of the regulation may be obtained from Alexia Roundtree, Department of Permitting Services, 255 Rockville Pike, Second Floor, Rockville, Maryland; 240/777-6280, TTY 240/777-6256.  alexia.roundtree@montgomerycountymd.gov

 

 

MCER NO. 13-08:  ADOPTED DEPARTMENT OF PERMITITNG SERVICES REGULATION - Non-Profit Organization Sign Permit and Sign Variance Fees

 

SUMMARY:  The proposed revisions to this regulation are a result of Zoning Text Amendment 07-15, Signs - Permits Fees, effective 3/03/08.  This amendment requires the Director of the Department of Permitting Services to waive sign permit fees for a non-profit organization that is on the Planning Board's list of civic and homeowners associations and deletes the requirement for nonprofit organizations to use the sign only for its own activities..  The adopted regulation supersedes Executive Regulation 19-06AM.

 

ACTION:  Executive Regulation 13-08 was approved by the County Council according to the Method 2 process, effective June 17, 2008.

 

AUTHORIZATION AND PROCEDURAL METHOD:  Montgomery County Code, 2004, Section
59-F-9.1(b)(2).  Method 2.

 

COPIES OF THE REGULATION:  A copy of the regulation may be obtained from Alexia Roundtree, Department of Permitting Services, 255 Rockville Pike, Second Floor, Rockville, Maryland; 240/777-6280, TTY 240/777-6256.  alexia.roundtree@montgomerycountymd.gov

 

 

MCER NO. 14-08:  ADOPTED DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTION AND REHABILITATION REGULATION - Alternative Community Services Fee

 

SUMMARY:  This regulation provides for a sliding fee schedule for program participants of $50 to $175.  The present fee is $150.  The adopted regulation supersedes Executive Regulation 82-92.

 

ACTION:  Executive Regulation 14-08 was promulgated according to the Method 3 process and became effective July 1, 2008.

 

AUTHORIZATION AND PROCEDURAL METHOD:  Montgomery County Code, 2004, Section 13.27.  Method 3.

 

COPIES OF THE REGULATION:  A copy of the regulation may be obtained from Sharon Trexler, Chief, Correction and Rehabilitation/Pre-Trial Services Division, 12500 Ardennes Avenue, Rockville, Maryland  20852; 240/777-5404.  sharon.trexler@montgomerycountymd.gov

 

 

MCER NO. 15-08:  ADOPTED DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS AND TRANSPORTATION REGULATION - Residential System Benefits Charge

 

SUMMARY:  Montgomery County Code 2004, Section 48-8A(b)(2)(A).provides that the County Executive must, each fiscal year, establish by Method 2 executive regulation, an estimate of the amount of solid waste generated per dwelling unit.  This regulation updates the per-household waste generation estimates used to calculate residential System Benefit Charges.  The adopted regulation supersedes July 1, 2008.

 

ACTION:  Executive Regulation 15-08, was approved by the County Council according to the Method 2 process, effective July 1, 2008.

 

AUTHORIZATION AND PROCEDURAL METHOD:  Montgomery County Code, 2004, Section 48-A(b)(2)(A).  Method 2.

 

COPIES OF THE REGULATION:  A copy of the regulation may be obtained from Serena James, DPWT/DSWS, 101 Monroe Street, 6th Floor, Rockville, Maryland  20850; serena.james@montgomerycountymd.gov

 


 

  

 

 

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