AGENDA ITEM 9.2
Amanda Mihill, Legislative Attomeyo/11t1JtiJ.f
Bill 13-15, Office of Child Care - Established
Bill 13-15, Office of Child Care Established, sponsored by Lead Sponsors Councilmembers Navarro
and Riemer, was introduced on March 17. A public hearing was held on March 31 and a joint Health and
Human Services and Education Committee worksession was held on April 27. Additional background
information, including discussion of the joint Committee's recommendation, is in the Action packet for
BillU-15 which is attached on ©19-64.
As Councilmembers know, the Executive recently vetoed Bill 11-15, which the Council enacted on May
5 (see agenda item #9.1).
his veto message, the Executive objected to the amendment adopted on May
5 by a majority of the Council that would require the Child Care and Early Education Officer to
"administer the selection of providers in public space, after consulting with the Montgomery County
Board ofEducation where school facilities are to be used, to the extent authorized by State law." Executive
Leggett noted that he would sign a bill that was enacted as recommended by the joint Health and Human
Services and Education Committees.
A comprehensive amendment to
that would conform
to the joint Committee's recommendation is on
This packet contains:
Legislative Request Report
Amendment to Bill 13-15
Action packet for Bill 11-15
F:\LAW\BILLS\1513 Office OfChild Care (HR)\Action Memorandum For 13-15.Docx