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There are 31 Bills pending in House Political Subdivisions




HB 2045Authorizing paid municipal fire departments to investigate suspicious or illegal fires01/09/08
HB 2050Authorizing county tax assessors to choose not to impose the property tax in a county on businesses for property that is business inventory intended for resale01/09/08
HB 2112Prohibiting county farmland preservation boards from purchasing land without the permission of the county commission01/09/08
HB 2135Allowing municipalities to regulate the hours of operation of private liquor clubs by ordinance01/09/08
HB 2155Authorizing county commissions to create a special fund for the purposes of posting bond for certain individuals01/09/08
HB 2216Expanding the counties covered by West Virginia Route 2 and Interstate 68 Authority to include Cabell, Mason and Jackson counties; and increasing the number of members01/09/08
HB 2306Empowering certain county and municipalities to deny a development activity if adequate public facilities, assets and services are not available to support the activity01/09/08
HB 2307Authorizing county commissions to use impact fees to fund the building and operation of libraries and to administer and provide affordable housing for individuals or families of low or moderate income01/09/08
HB 2320Clarifying that the sheriff is the appointing officer with respect to deputy sheriffs who have resigned and thereafter seek appointment by reinstatement01/09/08
HB 2325Prohibiting municipalities from imposing user fees on persons who reside outside the municipality01/09/08
HB 2334Preventing political subdivisions of the state from selling goods in competition with private businesses01/09/08
HB 2352Removing the exemption from planning and zoning restrictions for mining and manufacturing activities and uses01/09/08
HB 2491Providing meetings and conference rights for members of municipal fire departments01/09/08
HB 2811Providing meeting and conference rights for members of municipal police and fire departments01/09/08
HB 2856Increasing the salary of public service district board members01/09/08
HB 3085Providing an enforcement mechanism for cities to collect serious delinquent municipal fees01/09/08
HB 3133Relating to annexation of unincorporated territory01/09/08
HB 3151Allowing a county commission without an established planning commission to regulate the location of businesses selling sexually oriented material01/09/08
HB 4057Joint Emergency Services Act of 200801/16/08
HB 4090Clarifying the fiscal responsibility and authority of county commissions over their budgets and salaries01/18/08
HB 4119Relating to zoning ordinances01/21/08
HB 4127Authorizing governing bodies of municipalities and county commissions to transfer early in-person voting ballots to precincts in the manner absentee ballots are delivered01/22/08
HB 4300Removing extraneous language regarding the limitation of exotic entertainment by county commissions01/28/08
HB 4312Authorizing county commissions to designate locations for early voting other than the county courthouse or annex01/29/08
HB 4318Including ambulance and fire fees as part of the property tax assessment so that the fees and property taxes may be paid with the same check01/29/08
HB 4319Making 911 emergency fees available to be used for both emergency and nonemergency calls01/29/08
HB 4363Authorizing county commissions to adopt and enforce noise abatement ordinances01/31/08
HB 4454Requiring public utilities to file with the county commission in each county in which it provides service, copies of all proposed tariffs and schedules showing all the rates, charges and tolls02/07/08
HB 4455Relating to fees and expenditures for county development02/07/08
HB 4473Providing that a county commission may establish a program for transfer of development rights without the requirement for an election02/08/08
HB 4541Providing that the transfer of development rights are renewable02/14/08
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