2009 Regular Session

SENATE BILL 271

File Code: Hunting and Fishing Crossfiled with: HOUSE BILL 312
Sponsored By:
The President (By Request - Administration) and Senators Colburn, Conway, Forehand, Harrington, Lenett, Middleton, Pinsky, Raskin, and Klausmeier
Entitled:
Aquaculture - Shellfish - Leasing

Synopsis:

Repealing specified restrictions, eligibility requirements, authorizations, and procedures relating to leasing specified areas in specified waters of the State for the purpose of protecting, sowing, bedding, or cultivating specified shellfish; repealing specified provisions relating to revenue derived from private oyster culture; repealing a specified recording fee; requiring the Department of Natural Resources to designate a public shellfish area in the Chesapeake Bay; etc.

History by Legislative and Calendar Date

Legislative date is used to record history occurring in the Chambers otherwise Calendar date is used.
Senate Action
1/23
First Reading Education Health and Environmental Affairs
2/4
Hearing 2/17 at 1:30 p.m.
3/30
Favorable with Amendments Report by Education Health and Environmental Affairs
3/27
Favorable with Amendments
Committee Amendment Adopted
Special Order later today (Senator Klausmeier)
Favorable with Amendments Report Adopted
Floor Amendment (Senator Klausmeier) Adopted
Second Reading Passed with Amendments
3/29
Third Reading Passed (44-0)
4/7
Returned Passed
House Action
3/28
First Reading House Rules and Executive Nominations
4/6
Re-referred Environmental Matters
4/7
Hearing 4/9 at 1:00 p.m.
4/10
Favorable Report by Environmental Matters
4/4
Favorable Report Adopted
Second Reading Passed
4/5
Third Reading Passed (133-0)
Action after passage in Senate and House
5/7
Approved by the Governor
- Chapter 173

Sponsored by:

President, The
Administration
Senator Richard F. Colburn, District 37
Senator Joan Carter Conway, District 43
Senator Jennie M. Forehand, District 17
Senator David C. Harrington, District 47
Senator Katherine Klausmeier, District 8
Senator Mike Lenett, District 19
Senator Thomas M. Middleton, District 28
Senator Paul G. Pinsky, District 22
Senator Jamie Raskin, District 20

Bill indexed under the following Subjects:

Advertising
Agriculture, Department of
Appeals -see also- Judicial Review
Aquaculture
Attorney General
Charles County
Chesapeake Bay
Clams
Coastal Bays
Commerce and Business -see also- Dealers; Elec. Comm.; etc
Conservation -see also- Soil Conservation
Dorchester County
Dredging
Education -see also- Driver Ed; Higher Ed; Special Ed; etc
Electronic Government
Enterprise Zones
Environment, Department of
Environmental Matters -see also- Conserv; Nat Resrce; Pollut
Equipment -see also- Motor Vehicle Equipment
Fees -see also- Devt Fees and Taxes; Reimbursement Rates
Fish and Fishing -see also- Aquaculture; Gill Nets
Grants
Hearings
Higher Education -see also- Comm Colleges; Med Schools; etc.
Inspections -see also- Motor Vehicle Inspection
Kent County
Leases and Rent
Licenses -see also- Alcoholic Bev Lic; Drivers` Licenses
Natural Resources, Department of
Nonprofit Organizations
Nonresidents -see also- Aliens
Notices
Oysters
Penalties
Petitions
Public Information
Public Schools
Queen Anne`s County
Recordation
Records -see also- Land Records; Vital Records
Reports
Revenue and Taxes -see also- Dev Fees & Taxes; specific tax.
Rivers and Streams
Rules and Regulations
Signs and Billboards
Somerset County
Talbot County
Wetlands
Wicomico County

Bill affects the following Statutes:

Environment
( 16-202 , 16-202 )
Natural Resources
( 4-1102 , 4-1103 , 4-11A-01 , 4-11A-04 , 4-11A-04 , 4-11A-05 , 4-11A-06 , 4-11A-07 , 4-11A-08 , 4-11A-09 , 4-11A-10 , 4-11A-11 , 4-11A-12 , 4-11A-13 , 4-11A-15 )

Documents:

Bill Text (Displayed in PDF Format): First Reading, Third Reading, Enrolled, Chapter
Fiscal and Policy Note (Displayed in PDF Format): Available
Amendments (Displayed in PDF Format):
Senate
Number: 714436/01     Offered on: March 30, 2009   at: 4:01 p.m.     Status: Adopted
Number: 973029/01     Offered on: April 3, 2009   at: 3:53 p.m.     Status: Adopted
Roll Call Votes (Legislative dates are shown):
Senate
March 29, 2009: Third Reading Passed (44-0)
House
April 5, 2009: Third Reading Passed (133-0)