Expedited Bill No.            57-14            

Concerning: Health – Montgomery Cares – Advisory Board – Continuation                      

Revised: November 13, 2014 Draft No. 2           

Introduced:      November 25, 2014        

Enacted:         December 9, 2014          

Executive:       December 17, 2014        

Effective:        December 17, 2014        

Sunset Date:  October 31, 2015           

Ch.   39    , Laws of Mont. Co.    2014    


County Council

For Montgomery County, Maryland


By: Council Vice President Leventhal



(1)        extend the life of the Advisory Board for the Montgomery Cares Program; and

(2)        generally amend the law creating the Advisory Board for the Montgomery Cares Program.


By amending

            Montgomery County Code

            Chapter 24, Health and Sanitation

            Section 24-53



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The County Council for Montgomery County, Maryland approves the following Act:

          Sec. 1.  Section 24-53 is amended as follows:

24-53. Termination.

(a)     Date.  The Board terminates on [June 30, 2015] October 31, 2015.

(b)     Continuance of Board.  By [January 1, 2015] March 31, 2015, the Board must recommend to the County Executive and County Council whether the County should continue the Board or establish an alternative governance structure for the Program. 

            Sec. 2.         Expedited Effective Date.

          The Council declares that this legislation is necessary for the immediate protection of the public interest.  This Act takes effect on the date on which it becomes law.