The historic 2021 Maryland General Assembly session has just adjourned, and among the significant measures passed in this session is House Bill 980 (PG-416-21), allowing Prince George’s County to move forward with modernizing the county’s 50-year-old zoning ordinance. The bill, passed by the House as amended by the Senate, will now be forwarded to Gov. Larry Hogan for his signature. The legislation becomes effective on July 1, 2021.
Councilman: Session Delivers Long-Awaited Update to Prince George’s 50-Yr.-Old Zoning Law
April 20, 2021