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Maryland Carroll Senate Bill 659 (2008)

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Senate Bill 659 or Chapter 609 is an act requiring the County Commissioners to submit an ordinance that would create a county police department in Carroll County.

The official ballot title for the measure reads:

For the purpose of requiring the County Commissioners of Carroll County to submit an ordinance to a certain referendum under certain circumstances; requiring the County Commissioners to take certain actions to provide for and hold a certain referendum under certain circumstances; making the provisions of a certain local law effective on a certain date under certain circumstances; prohibiting the implementation of a certain local law under certain circumstances; making this Act an emergency measure; providing for the termination of this Act; and generally relating to a local referendum on the creation of a police department for Carroll County.[1]

This measure is a: legislatively-referred state statute

Status

This bill is on the ballot and will be voted on in Carroll County on November 4, 2008

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