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A building in which a day care provider lives and provides child day care services for 12 or fewer children in accordance with all applicable State and County laws and regulations, including the requirement for a use and occupancy permit under Chapter 59, is a residential use for purposes of this Chapter. (1992 L.M.C., ch. 22, § 1.)
Editor's note-Section 8-24A, establishing a temporary limitation on new residential construction, was repealed by 1986 L.M.C., ch. 55, § 1. The section was formerly derived from 1985 L.M.C., ch. 41, § 1; 1986 L.M.C., ch. 6, § 1; 1986 L.M.C., ch. 21, § 1; and 1986 L.M.C., ch. 42, § 1. Subsequently, a new § 8-24A was added by § 1 of 1989 L.M.C., ch. 22. Section 2 reads as follows:
Section 2. Registration Fees. The Council intends that registration fees collected under this Act [section] be used to defray administrative costs associated with it by both the planning board and executive agencies. To that end, the planning board and the executive should execute an agreement to allocate those revenues.
The section was repealed by § 1 of 1990 L.M.C., ch. 3. See now art. iv, § 8-30 et seq. The passage of 1990 L.M.C., ch. 3 was contingent upon enactment of Subdivision Regulation 89-1. The County has advised that this regulation was enacted July 25, 1989.
1992 L.M.C., ch. 22, § 1, added a new § 8-24A.