Although Baltimore County has posted extensive information online, and has received awards for their use of IT to benefit citizens, for some inexplicable reason, much of the information is removed from online after a couple years. While some immediately think that the County's computers are running out of space, this is not true, due to a phenomenon known as "Moore's Law", which says that computing power and storage space doubles every 1 1/2 or 2 years. Most of the data that is being removed is PDF files, which take up very little space anyway, hundreds of them being the same as one photo.
This is the link to the current online information, which only provides indexes for 2009 to the present.
Links to past copies
As with other information, older copies of legislation are being removed from online, or the index pages to get to them have been removed.
Note: A "tabled" bill does not really mean what it does in other organizations where a "tabled" item can be brought back to the discussion at the next meeting. The County Charter states "any bill not passed within forty days after its introduction shall fail". Thus, any delay, such as by "tabling", is the same as failure, since the schedule does not normally provide for another meeting within the 40-day limit.
See here for list of "special bills", i.e., those that were clearly intended to benefit a specific property or person, in conflict with the Maryland Constitution.