Talbot County, MD
 
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the County Council of Talbot County 4-5-1977 by Bill No. 71. Amendments noted where applicable.]
GENERAL REFERENCES
Septage management — See Ch. 145.
Sewer system — See Ch. 148.
Shared sanitary facilities — See Ch. 152.
The Talbot County Sanitary District, Inc., a body politic and corporate, created by Resolution No. 100 of the County Commissioners of Talbot County on November 12, 1971, is hereby abolished. All the functions, duties and responsibilities of the Talbot County Sanitary District, Inc., shall be assumed by the Department of Public Works. No presently existing obligation, contract right or grant application shall in any way be impaired by the provisions of this chapter, and all existing obligations of the Talbot County Sanitary District, Inc., shall devolve upon and be assumed by Talbot County. All contract rights and all property or interests therein of the Talbot County Sanitary District, Inc., whether real, personal or mixed, shall vest in and become the property of Talbot County.
The Talbot County Sanitary District No. 2 heretofore created by the Commissioners of Talbot County Sanitary District on June 5, 1972, and approved by the County Commissioners of Talbot County, and described on a plat titled "Talbot County Sanitary District, Sanitary District No. 2, St. Michaels, Rio Vista, Bentley-Hay, Royal Oak Areas, Talbot County, Maryland 1972, Revised May, 1972," filed among the plat records of Talbot County, is not abolished and shall continue for its original purpose under the administration of the Department of Public Works.
The County Manager shall file a copy of this chapter with the State Department of Assessments and Taxation, and upon June 4, 1977, the corporate existence of the Talbot County Sanitary District, Inc., shall cease.