MH&LA News – November 19, 2013

FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT COMPLIANCE WEBINAR RECAP AVAILABLE To access an audio recap and view all of the webinar handouts go to and then scroll down to Legal, HR & Operations. NOTE: This recap and the handouts are provided as an MH&LA member service and requires member log in to access. LAST CALL FOR NOVEMBER 20 REGIONAL MEETING The meeting is 2:00 PM to 3:30 PM at the O'Callaghan Hotel in Annapolis. It is a great networking opportunity and a time to learn more about current and emerging issues that impact your bottom line. There is no fee to attend but RSVPs are requested at STATE THREATENS COUNTIES WITH FINES OVER RAIN TAX FEES Carroll, Harford and Frederick Counties may be fined for not imposing a local rain tax fee, repealing previously approved fees or imposing a minimal fee. The state maintains state law requires a fee and funding storm water mitigation from existing tax revenue, bonds or grants does not comply with the law. STATE SENATOR JOHN ASTLE RECOGNIZED FOR SUPPORT OF TOURISM Senator Astle received the Leadership Award from the Maryland Office of Tourism Development for his role in creating and enacting a performance-based metric to determine funding for the Maryland Tourism Development Board and for his long time and ongoing support of tourism in the General Assembly. POST LABOR DAY SCHOOL START UPDATE At the most recent meeting of the State Task Force to Study a Post Labor Day School Start Date, MH&LA staff presented information on the positive impact of a post Labor Day School start on student test scores in Virginia and the positive impact on local/state economies in Maryland. ARE YOU LOOKING FOR EXPERIENCED PROFESSIONALS FOR YOUR TEAM? Several exceptional team members affected by the closing of the Four Points by Sheraton BWI Airport are seeking opportunities to continue serving the industry. For more details on the skills and experience of these individuals contact David Reel at

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