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Transportation, Infrastructure, Energy And Environment Committee

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  1. To Committee
    Resolution

    A RESOLUTION CONCERNING STORMWATER POND TASK FORCE for the purpose of creating a Stormwater Pond Task Force to study stormwater pond issues and determine the status of all stormwater ponds that are not under the management of the County and determine what actions that should be taken to address infrastructure concerns.
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  2. Committee Agenda Ready
    Appointment

    Appointment of the following individuals to the Agricultural Resources Advisory Committee: Mr. Steven E. Darcey Reappointment Term Expiration: 6-30-2027 Mr. Daniel A. Donohue Reappointment Term Expiration: 6-30-2027 Mr. William O. Ritchie Reappointment Term Expiration: 6-30-2027 Ms. Pharyn E. Smith Reappointment Term Expiration: 6-30-2027
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  3. To Committee
    Council Bill

    AN ACT CONCERNING REPORTING for the purpose of providing for certain reporting requirements of the Department of Permitting, Inspections, and Enforcement on a quarterly basis; and generally relating to the Department of Permitting, Inspections and Enforcement.
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  4. To Committee
    Resolution

    A RESOLUTION CONCERNING DEPARTMENT OF PERMITTING, INSPECTIONS AND ENFORCEMENT-FEE SCHEDULES for the purpose of requiring the Department of Permitting, Inspections and Enforcement to examine its schedule of fees and report its assessment and statement of justification to the County Council for consideration.
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Task Forces-workgroups

Truancy Study Workgroup

    Health, Human Services And Public Safety Committee

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    1. Held in Committee
      Resolution

      A RESOLUTION CONCERNING THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE COORDINATION COUNCIL FOR PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY for the purpose of expressing the County Council’s strong support and encouragement for the creation of a Criminal Justice Coordination Council.

      A motion was made by Vice Chair Hawkins, seconded by Council Member Blegay, that this Resolution be held. The motion carried by the following vote:

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    2. Held in Committee
      Council Bill

      AN ACT CONCERNING THE PRINCE GEORGE’S CARES AND HEALTH REIMBURSEMENT ACT for the purpose of establishing a county-wide health program that provides access to primary care services for all Prince George’s County residents who are ineligible for existing healthcare programs.

      A motion was made by Vice Chair Hawkins, seconded by Council Member Watson, that this Council Bill be held. The motion carried by the following vote:

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    3. Committee Agenda Ready
      Appointment

      Appointment of the following individuals to the Board of Social Services for Prince George's County: Ms. Keisha L. Adams Appointment Replacing: (Vacant) William Welch Term Expiration: 6/30/2026 Ms. Stephanie SJ Cox Reappointment Term Expiration: 6/30/2026 Dr. Shirley R. Newton-Guest Reappointment Term Expiration: 6/30/2025 Mr. Nathaniel L. Wallace Reappointment Term Expiration: 6/30/2027

      A motion was made by Council Member Watson, seconded by Council Member Blegay, that this Appointment be FAVORABLE. The motion carried by the following vote:

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    4. Held in Committee
      Council Bill

      AN ACT CONCERNING UNTRACEABLE FIREARMS AND MINORS for the purpose of adding and incorporating the State Code definitions related to firearms to the County Code; including the definition of Untraceable Firearms to the list prohibited loaded weapons; prohibiting the transfer of untraceable firearms to minors; and increasing the maximum penalty for each violation; and other general provisions related to untraceable firearms.

      A motion was made by Council Member Watson, seconded by Vice Chair Hawkins, that this Council Bill be held. The motion carried by the following vote:

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    Government Operations And Fiscal Policy Committee

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    1. To Committee
      Council Bill

      AN ACT CONCERNING BID AND CONTRACT SECURITY for the purpose of amending a provision of Subtitle 10A to address the challenges experienced in the marketplace to implement the current County bonding requirements; to ensure the County and its subcontracting community has adequate security for its protection in construction projects.
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    2. To Committee
      Council Bill

      AN ACT CONCERNING THE REPRODUCTIVE HEALTHCARE FACILITATION AND PROTECTION FUND for the purpose of creating a fund to facilitate and protect access to reproductive healthcare in Prince George’s County.
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    3. To Committee
      Council Bill

      AN ACT CONCERNING THE CLASSIFICATION PLAN FOR PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY for the purpose of amending the Classification Plan of the County to reallocate the grade for a certain class of work.
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    4. To Committee
      Resolution

      A RESOLUTION CONCERNING THE CASSIDY APARTMENTS BOND INDUCEMENT for the purpose of approving the issuance and sale of revenue bonds by the Housing Authority of Prince George’s County (the “Housing Authority”), the awarding of Low-Income Housing Tax Credits by the Community Development Administration (“CDA”) of the State of Maryland to KCG SSP Capital Heights, LP (the “Owner”), for the acquisition and development of the Cassidy Apartments and paying certain other costs associated therewith (collectively, the “Project”).
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    5. To Committee
      Resolution

      A RESOLUTION CONCERNING SCHOOL FACILITIES SURCHARGE for the purpose of adjusting the School Facilities Surcharge for Fiscal Year 2025, beginning July 1, 2024, as required by State law.
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    6. To Committee
      Resolution

      A RESOLUTION CONCERNING PUBLIC SAFETY AND BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SURCHARGE for the purpose of adjusting the Public Safety and Behavioral Health Surcharge for Fiscal Year 2025, beginning July 1, 2024, as required by State law.
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    County Council

    **Revised - Added 06-14-2024 Minutes**

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    1. Approved
      Minutes

      County Council Minutes dated June 11, 2024

      These Minutes were approved.

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    2. Final
      ADJOURN

      ADJOURN

      A motion was made by Council Member Olson, seconded by Council Member Watson, that this meeting be adjourned. The motion carried by unanimous vote.

    3. Adopted
      Consent Agenda

      MOTION TO ADOPT CONSENT AGENDA

      A motion was made by Council Member Oriadha, seconded by Council Member Fisher, that this Consent Agenda be adopted. The motion carried by the following vote:

    4. To Committee
      Council Bill

      AN ACT CONCERNING THE CLASSIFICATION PLAN FOR PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY for the purpose of amending the Classification Plan of the County to reallocate the grade for a certain class of work.

      This Council Bill was presented by the Chair by the request of the County Executive and referred to the Government Operations and Fiscal Policy Committee.

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    5. Third Reading
      Council Bill

      AN ACT CONCERNING BORROWING TO FINANCE CAPITAL PROJECTS FOR COUNTY BUILDINGS for the purpose of authorizing Prince George's County, Maryland, to borrow money upon its full faith and credit at any time and from time to time, in an aggregate principal amount not exceeding $96,720,000 to finance the design, construction, reconstruction, extension, acquisition, improvement, enlargement, alteration, renovation, relocation, rehabilitation, or repair of County Buildings including the acquisition and development of sites therefor, the architectural and engineering services incident thereto, and the acquisition and installation of necessary fixed permanent equipment therefor, prescribing terms and conditions upon which bonds issued pursuant to this Act shall be issued and sold and other incidental details with respect thereto; providing generally for the issuance of such bonds and providing for such borrowing to be submitted to a referendum of the legal voters of the County.

      This Council Bill was introduced by Council Members Ivey, Olson, Watson, Harrison, Oriadha, Fisher and Dernoga.

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    6. Third Reading
      Council Bill

      AN ACT CONCERNING BORROWING TO FINANCE CAPITAL PROJECTS FOR LIBRARY FACILITIES for the purpose of authorizing Prince George's County, Maryland, to borrow money upon its full faith and credit at any time and from time to time, in an aggregate principal amount not exceeding $17,284,000 to finance the design, construction, reconstruction, extension, acquisition, improvement, enlargement, alteration, renovation, relocation, rehabilitation, or repair of Library Facilities including the acquisition and development of sites therefor, the architectural and engineering services incident thereto, and the acquisition and installation of necessary fixed permanent equipment therefor, prescribing terms and conditions upon which bonds issued pursuant to this Act shall be issued and sold and other incidental details with respect thereto; providing generally for the issuance of such bonds and providing for such borrowing to be submitted to a referendum of the legal voters of the County.

      This Council Bill was introduced by Council Members Ivey, Watson, Olson, Dernoga, Oriadha, Fisher, Harrison, Hawkins and Blegay.

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    7. Third Reading
      Council Bill

      AN ACT CONCERNING BORROWING TO FINANCE CAPITAL PROJECTS FOR PRINCE GEORGE'S COMMUNITY COLLEGE FACILITIES for the purpose of authorizing Prince George's County, Maryland, to borrow money upon its full faith and credit at any time and from time to time, in an aggregate principal amount not exceeding $194,380,000 to finance the design, construction, reconstruction, extension, acquisition, improvement, enlargement, alteration, renovation, relocation, rehabilitation, or repair of Community College Facilities, including the acquisition and development of sites therefor, the architectural and engineering services incident thereto, and the acquisition and installation of necessary fixed permanent equipment therefor, prescribing terms and conditions upon which bonds issued pursuant to this Act shall be issued and sold and other incidental details with respect thereto; providing generally for the issuance of such bonds and providing for such borrowing to be submitted to a referendum of the legal voters of the County.

      This Council Bill was introduced by Council Members Ivey, Blegay, Watson, Olson, Harrison, Fisher, Oriadha, Dernoga and Hawkins.

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    8. Third Reading
      Council Bill

      AN ACT CONCERNING BORROWING TO FINANCE CAPITAL PROJECTS FOR PUBLIC WORKS AND TRANSPORTATION FACILITIES for the purpose of authorizing Prince George's County, Maryland, to borrow money upon its full faith and credit at any time and from time to time, in an aggregate principal amount not exceeding $311,873,000 to finance the design, construction, reconstruction, extension, acquisition, improvement, enlargement, alteration, renovation, relocation, rehabilitation, or repair of Public Works and Transportation Facilities, (including roads and bridges, parking lots, and maintenance facilities), including the acquisition and development of sites therefor, the architectural and engineering services incident thereto, and the acquisition and installation of necessary fixed permanent equipment therefor, prescribing terms and conditions upon which bonds issued pursuant to this Act shall be issued and sold and other incidental details with respect thereto; providing generally for the issuance of such bonds and providing for such borrowing to be submitted to a referendum of the legal voters of the County.

      This Council Bill was introduced by Council Members Ivey, Blegay, Watson, Olson, Oriadha, Dernoga, Harrison and Fisher.

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    9. Third Reading
      Council Bill

      AN ACT CONCERNING BORROWING TO FINANCE CAPITAL PROJECTS FOR PUBLIC SAFETY FACILITIES for the purpose of authorizing Prince George's County, Maryland, to borrow money upon its full faith and credit at any time and from time to time, in an aggregate principal amount not exceeding $40,205,000 to finance the design, construction, reconstruction, extension, acquisition, improvement, enlargement, alteration, renovation, relocation, rehabilitation, or repair of Public Safety Facilities (including Fire Department Facilities), including the acquisition and development of sites therefor, the architectural and engineering services incident thereto, and the acquisition and installation of necessary fixed permanent equipment therefor, prescribing terms and conditions upon which bonds issued pursuant to this Act shall be issued and sold and other incidental details with respect thereto; providing generally for the issuance of such bonds and providing for such borrowing to be submitted to a referendum of the legal voters of the County.

      This Council Bill was introduced by Council Members Ivey, Blegay, Watson, Olson, Fisher, Oriadha, Dernoga and Hawkins.

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    10. Third Reading
      Council Bill

      AN ACT CONCERNING AMENDMENT OF SECTION 815, CHARTER OF PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY for the purpose of proposing an amendment to Section 815 of the Charter of Prince George's County to provide that during any fiscal year, no agency of County government may exceed the number of positions for that agency as approved in the operating budget without the prior approval of the Council; and generally regarding staffing level increases.

      This Council Bill was introduced by Council Members Ivey, Watson, Hawkins, Harrison and Fisher.

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    11. Third Reading
      Council Bill

      AN ACT CONCERNING AMENDMENT OF SECTION 313, CHARTER OF PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY for the purpose of proposing an amendment to Section 313 of the Charter of Prince George's County to provide for the repeal of the County Auditor’s five-year term, with five-year term discretionary renewals, to provide that the County Auditor may be removed for cause by a two-thirds vote of the full Council, and generally regarding the County Auditor.

      This Council Bill was introduced by Council Members Ivey, Watson and Hawkins.

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    12. Enacted
      Council Bill

      AN ACT CONCERNING MENTAL HEALTH AND FIREARM SAFETY LITERATURE for the purpose of requiring the Department of Health and Human Services to prepare and distribute certain literature to establishments that sell firearms or ammunition; adding certain display and distribution requirements for sellers of firearms or ammunition; authorizing enforcement by the Department of Health and Human Services; making a civil violation for noncompliance; and generally relating to public safety.

      A motion was made by Council Member Oriadha, seconded by Council Member Watson, that this Council Bill be enacted. The motion carried by the following vote:

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    13. Final
      Briefing

      COUNCIL MEMBER WORKGROUP UPDATES

      This Briefing was held.

    14. To Committee
      Resolution

      A RESOLUTION CONCERNING PUBLIC SAFETY AND BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SURCHARGE for the purpose of adjusting the Public Safety and Behavioral Health Surcharge for Fiscal Year 2025, beginning July 1, 2024, as required by State law.

      This Resolution was introduced by Council Members Ivey, Harrison, Watson, Fisher, Oriadha and Dernoga and referred to the Government Operations and Fiscal Policy Committee.

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    15. To Committee
      Resolution

      A RESOLUTION CONCERNING SCHOOL FACILITIES SURCHARGE for the purpose of adjusting the School Facilities Surcharge for Fiscal Year 2025, beginning July 1, 2024, as required by State law.

      This Resolution was introduced by Council Members Ivey, Oriadha, Dernoga, Fisher, Harrison and Watson and referred to the Government Operations and Fiscal Policy Committee.

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    16. Approved
      Agenda Letter

      Proposed letter to Peter A. Shapiro, Chair, Prince George’s County Planning Board, regarding continuation of Reservation Plats for Rights of Way, which are due to expire on June 30, 2024.

      A motion was made by Vice Chair Harrison, seconded by Council Member Olson, that this Agenda Letter be authorized for Chair's signature. The motion carried by the following vote:

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    17. Approved
      Agenda Letter

      Proposed correspondence to Board Chair Judy Mickens-Murray in support of their May 29, 2024, Financial Review and Transfer Request for FY 24.

      A motion was made by Vice Chair Harrison, seconded by Council Member Fisher, that this Agenda Letter be authorized for Chair's signature. The motion carried by the following vote:

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    18. Adopted
      Resolution

      A RESOLUTION CONCERNING THE 2018 WATER AND SEWER PLAN (DECEMBER 2023 CYCLE OF AMENDMENTS) for the purpose of changing the water and sewer category designations of properties within the 2018 Water and Sewer Plan.

      A motion was made by Council Member Olson, seconded by Council Member Watson, that this Resolution be adopted. The motion carried by the following vote:

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    19. Reported from Committee
      Council Bill

      AN ACT CONCERNING PERMANENT RENT STABILIZATION AND PROTECTION ACT OF 2024 for the purpose of establishing permanent protections for renters against excessive rent increases and generally stabilizing rent prices in Prince George’s County, subject to certain conditions.

      This Council Bill was introduced by Council Members Ivey, Harrison, Fisher, Hawkins, Watson, Oriadha and Olson.

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    20. To Committee
      Council Bill

      AN ACT CONCERNING BID AND CONTRACT SECURITY for the purpose of amending a provision of Subtitle 10A to address the challenges experienced in the marketplace to implement the current County bonding requirements; to ensure the County and its subcontracting community has adequate security for its protection in construction projects.

      This Council Bill was presented by the Chair by the request of the County Executive and referred to the Government Operations and Fiscal Policy Committee.

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    21. Adopted
      Resolution

      A RESOLUTION CONCERNING THE TAX RATES FOR FISCAL YEAR 2025 for the purpose of imposing and levying the tax rates and causing to be raised the amount of taxes required by the adopted budget so as to balance the budget as to proposed income and expenditures for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2024; and to set forth the State tax levy and the Stormwater Management District tax levy.

      This Resolution was introduced by Council Member Ivey.

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    22. Approved
      Agenda Letter

      Proposed joint letter to Mr. Daniel K. Phillips Interim Director, Maryland Department of Assessments and Taxation, regarding qualified candidates for the position of Supervisor of Assessments for Prince George’s County.

      A motion was made by Council Member Fisher, seconded by Council Member Watson, that this Agenda Letter be authorized for Chair's signature. The motion carried by the following vote:

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    23. Third Reading
      Council Bill

      AN ORDINANCE CONCERNING THE ZONING ORDINANCE OF PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY-OMNIBUS BILL for the purpose of reconciling certain terms, procedures, and other language of the new Zoning Ordinance, being Chapter 27, 2019 Laws of Prince George's County; revising certain procedures and regulations; and adding clarification language to further effectuate successful implementation of the County’s new, modern, streamlined Zoning Ordinance.

      A motion was made by Council Member Dernoga, seconded by Council Member Olson, that this Council Bill be amended. The motion carried by the following vote:

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    24. Approved
      Minutes

      County Council Minutes dated June 14, 2024

      These Minutes were approved.

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    25. Draft
      Executive Session

      Motion to convene in Executive Session pursuant to Section 3-305(b)(7), and (8), General Provisions Article, Annotated Code of Maryland, in order to discuss and consider pending or potential litigation and to consult with counsel to seek legal advice, specifically to seek legal advice on the Special Election process.

      A motion was made by Council Member Fisher, seconded by Council Member Dernoga, that this meeting be convened into Executive Session. The motion carried by the following vote:

    26. Third Reading
      Council Bill

      AN ACT CONCERNING PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY SETTLEMENT TRANSPARENCY for the purpose of promoting transparency with respect to settlement agreements for actions involving Prince George’s County Government or its employees.

      This Council Bill was introduced by Council Members Oriadha, Blegay and Olson.

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    27. Third Reading
      Council Bill

      AN ACT CONCERNING FISCAL RESPONSIBILITY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT for the purpose of requiring the Director of the Office of Management and Budget to submit a statement to the Council describing the fiscal impact of each bill before Council action; specifying the contents of the fiscal impact statement; and generally amending the law governing the consideration of bills by the County Council.

      This Council Bill was introduced by Council Members Harrison, Watson, Ivey, Fisher, Oriadha, Dernoga and Hawkins.

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    28. Third Reading
      Council Bill

      AN ACT CONCERNING EMPLOYMENT FAIRNESS ACT FOR RETURNING CITIZENS for the purpose of prohibiting employers in Prince George’s County from inquiring into or considering certain past criminal records of prospective job applicants, subject to certain exemptions.

      A motion was made by Council Member Hawkins, seconded by Council Member Watson, that this Council Bill be amended. The motion carried by the following vote:

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    29. Third Reading
      Council Bill

      AN ACT CONCERNING LOCAL IMPACT GRANT FUNDS for the purpose of requiring the annual allocation of a certain percentage of Annual Local Gaming Revenue to youth and young adult employment readiness and financial literary transition programs or housing stability programs for senior citizens; and generally relating to local impact grant funds.

      This Council Bill was introduced by Council Members Burroughs, Hawkins, Blegay, Watson, Ivey, Fisher, Oriadha and Dernoga.

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    30. Third Reading
      Council Bill

      AN ACT CONCERNING THE UNDERSERVED YOUTH EMPLOYMENT ACT OF 2024 for the purpose of requiring that at least fifty percent (50%) of the positions of any youth employment program funded by the Prince George’s County Government shall be reserved for youth and young adults from households making thirty percent (30%) or less of the Washington DC Area Median Income, subject to certain conditions.

      This Council Bill was introduced by Council Members Blegay, Burroughs, Hawkins, Oriadha, Ivey, Watson, Dernoga and Olson.

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    31. Third Reading
      Council Bill

      AN ACT CONCERNING THE CLASSIFICATION PLAN FOR PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY for the purpose of abolishing, reallocating and adding classes of work and adding a Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) category to the Classification Plan of the County.

      This Council Bill was introduced by Council Members Ivey, Watson and Hawkins.

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    32. Third Reading
      Council Bill

      AN ACT CONCERNING THE REPEAL OF THE NORTHERN GATEWAY BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT for the purpose of repealing the establishment of a business improvement district in the Northern Gateway.

      This Council Bill was introduced by Council Members Fisher, Watson, Ivey, Olson and Hawkins.

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    33. Third Reading
      Council Bill

      AN ACT CONCERNING PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY - BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICTS for the purpose of codifying the process by which districts within Prince George’s County may establish a Business Improvement District.

      This Council Bill was introduced by Council Members Ivey, Blegay, Watson, Hawkins and Oriadha.

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    34. confirmed
      Appointment

      Appointment of the following individuals to the Board of Library Trustees for Prince George’s County:

      A motion was made by Council Member Watson, seconded by Council Member Fisher, that this Appointment be confirmed. The motion carried by the following vote:

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    35. Third Reading
      Council Bill

      AN ORDINANCE CONCERNING THE ZONING ORDINANCE OF PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY-OMNIBUS BILL for the purpose of reconciling certain terms, procedures, and other language of the new Zoning Ordinance, being Chapter 27, 2019 Laws of Prince George's County; revising certain procedures and regulations; and adding clarification language to further effectuate successful implementation of the County’s new, modern, streamlined Zoning Ordinance.

      A motion was made by Council Member Dernoga, seconded by Council Member Olson, that this Council Bill be amended. The motion carried by the following vote:

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    36. Third Reading
      Council Bill

      AN ORDINANCE CONCERNING THE ZONING ORDINANCE OF PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY-OMNIBUS BILL for the purpose of reconciling certain terms, procedures, and other language of the new Zoning Ordinance, being Chapter 27, 2019 Laws of Prince George's County; revising certain procedures and regulations; and adding clarification language to further effectuate successful implementation of the County’s new, modern, streamlined Zoning Ordinance.

      This Council Bill was introduced by Council Members Dernoga, Ivey, Blegay, Olson and Oriadha.

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    37. Third Reading
      Council Bill

      AN ORDINANCE CONCERNING THE ZONING ORDINANCE OF PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY-OMNIBUS BILL for the purpose of reconciling certain terms, procedures, and other language of the new Zoning Ordinance, being Chapter 27, 2019 Laws of Prince George's County; revising certain procedures and regulations; and adding clarification language to further effectuate successful implementation of the County’s new, modern, streamlined Zoning Ordinance.

      A motion was made by Council Member Olson, seconded by Council Member Dernoga, that the rules be suspended for this Council Bill. The motion carried by the following vote:

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    38. Draft
      None

      ADDITIONS TO THE AGENDA #2

      A motion was made by Council Member Watson, seconded by Council Member Fisher, that this additions package be accepted. The motion carried by the following vote:

    39. Adopted
      Resolution

      A RESOLUTION CONCERNING THE TAX RATES FOR FISCAL YEAR 2025 for the purpose of imposing and levying the tax rates and causing to be raised the amount of taxes required by the adopted budget so as to balance the budget as to proposed income and expenditures for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2024; and to set forth the State tax levy and the Stormwater Management District tax levy.

      A motion was made by Council Member Olson, seconded by Council Member Oriadha, that the rules be suspended for this Resolution. The motion carried by the following vote:

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    40. Adopted
      Resolution

      A RESOLUTION CONCERNING THE TAX RATES FOR FISCAL YEAR 2025 for the purpose of imposing and levying the tax rates and causing to be raised the amount of taxes required by the adopted budget so as to balance the budget as to proposed income and expenditures for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2024; and to set forth the State tax levy and the Stormwater Management District tax levy.

      A motion was made by Council Member Olson, seconded by Council Member Fisher, that this Resolution be adopted. The motion carried by the following vote:

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    41. Third Reading
      Council Bill

      AN ACT CONCERNING EMPLOYMENT FAIRNESS ACT FOR RETURNING CITIZENS for the purpose of prohibiting employers in Prince George’s County from inquiring into or considering certain past criminal records of prospective job applicants, subject to certain exemptions.

      This Council Bill was introduced by Council Members Hawkins, Blegay, Burroughs, Harrison, Oriadha, Watson, Dernoga, Fisher, Olson and Ivey.

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    Planning, Housing And Economic Development Committee

    **Revised - Appointments Removed**

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    1. Held in Committee
      Council Bill

      AN ACT CONCERNING SUBDIVISION REGULATIONS, MINOR AND MAJOR SUBDIVISIONS OR RESUBDIVISION APPLICABILITY for the purpose of exempting qualified data centers from filing preliminary plans of subdivision and establishing requirements for public notice and adequate public facilities.

      A motion was made by Council Member Hawkins, seconded by Vice Chair Ivey, that this Council Bill be Held in Committee. The motion carried by the following vote:

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    2. Held in Committee
      Council Bill

      AN ACT CONCERNING COMMON OWNERSHIP COMMUNITIES - ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION for the purpose of providing for certain powers; providing for certain definitions; providing for alternative dispute resolution and the exhaustion of administrative remedies; providing for a request for relief from a stay; providing for acceptance of jurisdiction of complaints; providing for the production of evidence; providing for mediation and dismissal before a hearing; providing for a hearing panel; providing for an administrative hearing; providing for the settlement of disputes and assistance to parties; and generally relating to alternative dispute resolution in common ownership communities.

      A motion was made by Council Member Hawkins, seconded by Council Member Olson, that this Council Bill be amended (1). The motion carried by the following vote:

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    3. Committee Agenda Ready
      Briefing

      Nuisance Abatement Board Briefing Recent Activities and Annual Report · Ms. Michelle Lyons, Nuisance Abatement Board Administrator · Ms. Shirley Lathern, Nuisance Abatement Board, Chair

      Briefing held

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    4. Held in Committee
      Council Bill

      AN ACT CONCERNING COMMON OWNERSHIP COMMUNITIES - ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION for the purpose of providing for certain powers; providing for certain definitions; providing for alternative dispute resolution and the exhaustion of administrative remedies; providing for a request for relief from a stay; providing for acceptance of jurisdiction of complaints; providing for the production of evidence; providing for mediation and dismissal before a hearing; providing for a hearing panel; providing for an administrative hearing; providing for the settlement of disputes and assistance to parties; and generally relating to alternative dispute resolution in common ownership communities.

      A motion was made by Council Member Hawkins, seconded by Council Member Olson, that this Council Bill be amended (2). The motion carried by the following vote:

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    5. Held in Committee
      Council Bill

      AN ACT CONCERNING COMMON OWNERSHIP COMMUNITIES - ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION for the purpose of providing for certain powers; providing for certain definitions; providing for alternative dispute resolution and the exhaustion of administrative remedies; providing for a request for relief from a stay; providing for acceptance of jurisdiction of complaints; providing for the production of evidence; providing for mediation and dismissal before a hearing; providing for a hearing panel; providing for an administrative hearing; providing for the settlement of disputes and assistance to parties; and generally relating to alternative dispute resolution in common ownership communities.

      A motion was made by Council Member Hawkins, seconded by Vice Chair Ivey, that this Council Bill be amended (3). The motion carried by the following vote:

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    6. Held in Committee
      Council Bill

      AN ACT CONCERNING COMMON OWNERSHIP COMMUNITIES - ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION for the purpose of providing for certain powers; providing for certain definitions; providing for alternative dispute resolution and the exhaustion of administrative remedies; providing for a request for relief from a stay; providing for acceptance of jurisdiction of complaints; providing for the production of evidence; providing for mediation and dismissal before a hearing; providing for a hearing panel; providing for an administrative hearing; providing for the settlement of disputes and assistance to parties; and generally relating to alternative dispute resolution in common ownership communities.

      A motion was made by Chair Dernoga, seconded by Council Member Hawkins, that this Council Bill be amended (4). The motion carried by the following vote:

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    7. Held in Committee
      Council Bill

      AN ACT CONCERNING COMMON OWNERSHIP COMMUNITIES - ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION for the purpose of providing for certain powers; providing for certain definitions; providing for alternative dispute resolution and the exhaustion of administrative remedies; providing for a request for relief from a stay; providing for acceptance of jurisdiction of complaints; providing for the production of evidence; providing for mediation and dismissal before a hearing; providing for a hearing panel; providing for an administrative hearing; providing for the settlement of disputes and assistance to parties; and generally relating to alternative dispute resolution in common ownership communities.

      A motion was made by Vice Chair Ivey, seconded by Council Member Hawkins, that this Council Bill be amended (5). The motion carried by the following vote:

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    8. Held in Committee
      Council Bill

      AN ACT CONCERNING COMMON OWNERSHIP COMMUNITIES - ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION for the purpose of providing for certain powers; providing for certain definitions; providing for alternative dispute resolution and the exhaustion of administrative remedies; providing for a request for relief from a stay; providing for acceptance of jurisdiction of complaints; providing for the production of evidence; providing for mediation and dismissal before a hearing; providing for a hearing panel; providing for an administrative hearing; providing for the settlement of disputes and assistance to parties; and generally relating to alternative dispute resolution in common ownership communities.

      A motion was made by Council Member Hawkins, seconded by Vice Chair Ivey, that this Council Bill be Favorably recommended with amendments. The motion carried by the following vote:

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    Sitting As The Committee Of The Whole

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    1. Reported from Committee
      Council Bill

      AN ACT CONCERNING PERMANENT RENT STABILIZATION AND PROTECTION ACT OF 2024 for the purpose of establishing permanent protections for renters against excessive rent increases and generally stabilizing rent prices in Prince George’s County, subject to certain conditions.

      A motion was made by Chair Ivey, seconded by Council Member Hawkins, that this Council Bill be amended. The motion carried by the following vote:

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    2. Reported from Committee
      Council Bill

      AN ACT CONCERNING PERMANENT RENT STABILIZATION AND PROTECTION ACT OF 2024 for the purpose of establishing permanent protections for renters against excessive rent increases and generally stabilizing rent prices in Prince George’s County, subject to certain conditions.

      A motion was made by Council Member Oriadha, seconded by Council Member Burroughs, that this Council Bill be amended. The motion carried by the following vote:

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    3. Reported from Committee
      Council Bill

      AN ACT CONCERNING PERMANENT RENT STABILIZATION AND PROTECTION ACT OF 2024 for the purpose of establishing permanent protections for renters against excessive rent increases and generally stabilizing rent prices in Prince George’s County, subject to certain conditions.

      A motion was made by Council Member Oriadha, seconded by Council Member Burroughs, that this Council Bill be amended. The motion carried by the following vote:

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    4. Reported from Committee
      Council Bill

      AN ACT CONCERNING PERMANENT RENT STABILIZATION AND PROTECTION ACT OF 2024 for the purpose of establishing permanent protections for renters against excessive rent increases and generally stabilizing rent prices in Prince George’s County, subject to certain conditions.

      A motion was made by Council Member Oriadha, seconded by Council Member Burroughs, that this Council Bill be amended. The motion carried by the following vote:

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    5. Reported from Committee
      Council Bill

      AN ACT CONCERNING PERMANENT RENT STABILIZATION AND PROTECTION ACT OF 2024 for the purpose of establishing permanent protections for renters against excessive rent increases and generally stabilizing rent prices in Prince George’s County, subject to certain conditions.

      A motion was made by Council Member Oriadha, seconded by Council Member Burroughs, that this Council Bill be amended. The motion carried by the following vote:

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    6. Reported from Committee
      Council Bill

      AN ACT CONCERNING PERMANENT RENT STABILIZATION AND PROTECTION ACT OF 2024 for the purpose of establishing permanent protections for renters against excessive rent increases and generally stabilizing rent prices in Prince George’s County, subject to certain conditions.

      A motion was made by Council Member Oriadha, seconded by Council Member Olson, that this Council Bill be amended. The motion carried by the following vote:

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    7. Reported from Committee
      Council Bill

      AN ACT CONCERNING PERMANENT RENT STABILIZATION AND PROTECTION ACT OF 2024 for the purpose of establishing permanent protections for renters against excessive rent increases and generally stabilizing rent prices in Prince George’s County, subject to certain conditions.

      A motion was made by Council Member Oriadha, seconded by Council Member Burroughs, that this Council Bill be amended. The motion failed by the following vote:

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    8. Reported from Committee
      Council Bill

      AN ACT CONCERNING PERMANENT RENT STABILIZATION AND PROTECTION ACT OF 2024 for the purpose of establishing permanent protections for renters against excessive rent increases and generally stabilizing rent prices in Prince George’s County, subject to certain conditions.

      A motion was made by Council Member Olson, seconded by Council Member Oriadha, that this Council Bill be amended. The motion carried by the following vote:

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    9. Reported from Committee
      Council Bill

      AN ACT CONCERNING PERMANENT RENT STABILIZATION AND PROTECTION ACT OF 2024 for the purpose of establishing permanent protections for renters against excessive rent increases and generally stabilizing rent prices in Prince George’s County, subject to certain conditions.

      A motion was made by Council Member Dernoga, seconded by Council Member Hawkins, that this Council Bill be amended. The motion carried by the following vote:

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    10. Reported from Committee
      Council Bill

      AN ACT CONCERNING PERMANENT RENT STABILIZATION AND PROTECTION ACT OF 2024 for the purpose of establishing permanent protections for renters against excessive rent increases and generally stabilizing rent prices in Prince George’s County, subject to certain conditions.

      A motion was made by Council Member Dernoga, seconded by Council Member Hawkins, that this Council Bill be amended. The motion carried by the following vote:

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    11. Reported from Committee
      Council Bill

      AN ACT CONCERNING PERMANENT RENT STABILIZATION AND PROTECTION ACT OF 2024 for the purpose of establishing permanent protections for renters against excessive rent increases and generally stabilizing rent prices in Prince George’s County, subject to certain conditions.

      A motion was made by Chair Ivey, seconded by Council Member Hawkins, that this Council Bill be amended. The motion carried by the following vote:

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    12. Reported from Committee
      Council Bill

      AN ACT CONCERNING PERMANENT RENT STABILIZATION AND PROTECTION ACT OF 2024 for the purpose of establishing permanent protections for renters against excessive rent increases and generally stabilizing rent prices in Prince George’s County, subject to certain conditions.

      A motion was made by Chair Ivey, seconded by Council Member Oriadha, that this Council Bill be Favorably recommended with amendments. The motion carried by the following vote:

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    Transportation, Infrastructure, Energy And Environment Committee

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      Briefing

      RENEWAL OF ROW RESERVATION PLATS

      A motion was made by Council Member Dernoga, seconded by Council Member Burroughs, that the item be referred for document to be signed by the Chair and sent to the Planning Board Chair to approve the reservation plats for one year. The motion carried by the following vote:

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    2. Resolution Final Reading
      Resolution

      A RESOLUTION CONCERNING FISCAL YEAR 2025 FEDERAL AND STATE TRANSPORTATION GRANT APPLICATION AUTHORIZATION for the purpose of authorizing the Director of the Prince George’s County Department of Public Works and Transportation (DPW&T) to file applications for Fiscal Year 2025 to include, but not be limited to, those with the Maryland Department of Transportation (MDOT) and its’ offices and modal administrations, including the Maryland Transit Administration (MTA), Maryland State Highway Administration (SHA) and the Maryland Highway Safety Office (MSHO); the United States Department of Homeland Security (USDHS); the United States Department of Transportation (USDOT) and its’ offices and modal administrations including the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) and the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA); the United States Department of Energy (DOE); the United States Protection Agency (EPA) and Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments (MWCOG).

      A motion was made by Council Member Burroughs, seconded by Council Member Dernoga, that this Resolution be Favorably recommended to the County Council. The motion carried by the following vote:

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    3. Held in Committee
      Council Bill

      AN ACT CONCERNING REFUSE COLLECTION - CONTAINER LOCKS for the purpose of providing that every approved commercially available type of container, including dumpsters, shall have a lock to secure the trash and control any overflow before it is properly dumped, pursuant to the terms of this Subdivision; and generally regarding refuse.

      A motion was made by Council Member Dernoga, seconded by Vice Chair Harrison, that this Council Bill be held. The motion carried by the following vote:

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    County Council

    SPECIAL MEETING - (Virtual Meeting) https://mypgc.zoom.us/j/84368290068 Meeting ID: 843 6829 0068 Passcode: 619170

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    1. Final
      ADJOURN

      ADJOURN

      A motion was made by Chair Ivey, seconded by Council Member Oriadha, that this meeting be adjourned. The motion carried by unanimous voice vote.

    2. Agenda Ready
      Executive Session

      Motion to convene in Executive Session pursuant to Section 3-305(b)(1), General Provisions Article, Annotated Code of Maryland, in order to discuss the appointment, employment, assignment, promotion, discipline, demotion, compensation, removal, resignation, or performance evaluation of an appointee, employee, or official over whom it has jurisdiction, specifically to consider appointments to the Supervisor of Assessments for Prince George’s County; and in order to discuss the status of personnel of the County Council.

      A motion was made by Council Member Dernoga, seconded by Council Member Hawkins, that this meeting be convened into Executive Session. The motion carried by the following vote:

    Sitting As The Committee Of The Whole

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      ADJOURN

      ADJOURN

      A motion was made by Council Member Burroughs, seconded by Vice Chair Harrison, that this meeting be adjourned. The motion carried by unanimous vote.

    2. Reported from Committee
      Council Bill

      AN ACT CONCERNING PERMANENT RENT STABILIZATION AND PROTECTION ACT OF 2024 for the purpose of establishing permanent protections for renters against excessive rent increases and generally stabilizing rent prices in Prince George’s County, subject to certain conditions.

      There was no action on this Council Bill.

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    Education And Workforce Development Committee

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    1. Resolution Final Reading
      Resolution

      A RESOLUTION CONCERNING THE PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY POLICE DEPARTMENT CONTINUING EDUCATION PILOT PROGRAM for the purpose of encouraging the University of Maryland College Park, Bowie State University, and Prince George’s Community College to work together to offer a program for Prince George’s County Police Department to receive tuition and credit benefits at their respective institutions.

      A motion was made by Council Member Oriadha, seconded by Vice Chair Watson, that this Resolution be Favorably recommended to the County Council. The motion carried by the following vote:

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    2. Committee Agenda Ready
      Briefing

      UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND INCENTIVE AWARDS PROGRAM (IAP) MEET & GREET

      This Briefing was held.

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    3. Committee Agenda Ready
      Transfer Request & Reconciliation

      Board of Education Financial Review and Transfer Request #3

      A motion was made by Vice Chair Watson, seconded by Council Member Oriadha, that this Financial Review & Transfer Request be Favorably recommended to the County Council. The motion carried by the following vote:

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    4. confirmed
      Appointment

      Appointment of the following individuals to the Board of Library Trustees for Prince George’s County:

      A motion was made by Vice Chair Watson, seconded by Council Member Blegay, that this Appointment be Favorably recommended to the County Council. The motion carried by the following vote:

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    County Council

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    1. Approved
      Minutes

      County Council Minutes dated June 4, 2024

      These Minutes were approved.

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    2. Approved
      Minutes

      County Council Minutes dated June 4, 2024 6PM JPH

      These Minutes were approved.

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    3. Final
      ADJOURN

      ADJOURN

      A motion was made by Council Member Dernoga, seconded by Chair Ivey, that this meeting be adjourned. The motion carried by unanimous vote.

    4. Adopted
      Consent Agenda

      MOTION TO ADOPT CONSENT AGENDA

      A motion was made by Council Member Olson, seconded by Council Member Watson, that this Consent Agenda be adopted. The motion carried by the following vote:

    5. Agenda Ready
      Executive Session

      Motion to convene in Executive Session pursuant to Section 3-305(b)(1)(ii), (7), and (8), General Provisions Article, Annotated Code of Maryland, in order to consider pending or potential litigation and to consult with counsel to seek legal advice, specifically: to be briefed by counsel as to, and to discuss, the status of case in the United States District Court for the District of Maryland, and to maintain confidentiality regarding the current status of ongoing litigation and as to the Council’s position on pending litigation.

      A motion was made by Council Member Dernoga, seconded by Chair Ivey, that this meeting be convened into Executive Session. The motion carried by the following vote:

    6. Adopted
      Resolution

      A RESOLUTION CONCERNING THE LANGLEY PARK-COLLEGE PARK-GREENBELT-AND VICINITY MINOR PLAN AMENDMENT-MINOR AMENDMENT-APPROVAL for the purpose of approving, in accordance with the provisions of the Zoning Ordinance of Prince George’s County, Maryland, a Minor Plan Amendment to the 1989 Master Plan and Sectional Map Amendment for the Langley Park-College Park-Greenbelt-and Vicinity to modify certain obsolete development pattern recommendations for context-sensitive infill and physical development of residential neighborhoods and commercial areas of the Master Plan in order to align with Plan Prince George’s 2035 Established Communities, Employment Areas, and recent Countywide zoning amendments for Commercial, Neighborhood designations.

      This Resolution was introduced by Council Members Olson, Watson, Ivey, Harrison, Fisher, Hawkins and Dernoga.

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    7. Adopted
      Resolution

      A RESOLUTION CONCERNING THE LANGLEY PARK-COLLEGE PARK-GREENBELT-AND VICINITY SECTIONAL MAP AMENDMENT-APPROVAL for the purpose of approving, pursuant to the local zoning laws for that portion of the Maryland-Washington Regional District situated in Prince George’s County, Maryland, the Langley Park-College Park-Greenbelt-and Vicinity Sectional Map Amendment (SMA), thereby setting forth and adopting detailed zoning proposals for the Langley Park-College Park-Greenbelt-and Vicinity, generally comprised of properties located in an area north of Berwyn Road, east of 49th Avenue, south of Roanoke Place and Ruatan Street, and west of 5012 Berwyn Road (Tax Account 2287605); and include the commercially zoned properties within the designated boundary (Tax Accounts 2347466, 2385946, 2318996, 2311975, 2326247, 2349751, 2377224, 2299774, 2286847, 2383461, 2395440, and 2349736).

      This Resolution was introduced by Council Members Olson, Watson, Ivey, Harrison, Fisher, Hawkins, Dernoga and Franklin.

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    8. To Committee
      Council Bill

      AN ACT CONCERNING REPORTING for the purpose of providing for certain reporting requirements of the Department of Permitting, Inspections, and Enforcement on a quarterly basis; and generally relating to the Department of Permitting, Inspections and Enforcement.

      This Council Bill was presented by Council Member Oriadha and referred to the Transportation, Infrastructure, Energy and Environment Committee.

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    9. Adopted
      Resolution

      A RESOLUTION CONCERNING PUBLIC SAFETY INVOLVING KIAS AND HYUNDAIS for the purpose of encouraging the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration to issue a recall of all Kias and Hyundais manufactured between 2011 and 2022, to request insurance companies’ policies provide coverage on these vehicles and a statement of justification when coverage is denied for consideration of the County Council.

      This Resolution was introduced by Council Members Watson, Olson, Ivey, Fisher, Oriadha, Franklin, Harrison and Hawkins.

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    10. Adopted
      Resolution

      A RESOLUTION CONCERNING PUBLIC SAFETY INVOLVING KIAS AND HYUNDAIS for the purpose of encouraging the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration to issue a recall of all Kias and Hyundais manufactured between 2011 and 2022, to request insurance companies’ policies provide coverage on these vehicles and a statement of justification when coverage is denied for consideration of the County Council.

      A motion was made by Council Member Fisher, seconded by Council Member Olson, that the rules be suspended for this Resolution. The motion carried by the following vote:

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    11. Adopted
      Resolution

      A RESOLUTION CONCERNING PUBLIC SAFETY INVOLVING KIAS AND HYUNDAIS for the purpose of encouraging the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration to issue a recall of all Kias and Hyundais manufactured between 2011 and 2022, to request insurance companies’ policies provide coverage on these vehicles and a statement of justification when coverage is denied for consideration of the County Council.

      A motion was made by Vice Chair Harrison, seconded by Council Member Watson, that this Resolution be adopted. The motion carried by the following vote:

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    12. Adopted
      Resolution

      A RESOLUTION CONCERNING THE LANGLEY PARK-COLLEGE PARK-GREENBELT-AND VICINITY MINOR PLAN AMENDMENT-MINOR AMENDMENT-APPROVAL for the purpose of approving, in accordance with the provisions of the Zoning Ordinance of Prince George’s County, Maryland, a Minor Plan Amendment to the 1989 Master Plan and Sectional Map Amendment for the Langley Park-College Park-Greenbelt-and Vicinity to modify certain obsolete development pattern recommendations for context-sensitive infill and physical development of residential neighborhoods and commercial areas of the Master Plan in order to align with Plan Prince George’s 2035 Established Communities, Employment Areas, and recent Countywide zoning amendments for Commercial, Neighborhood designations.

      A motion was made by Council Member Olson, seconded by Council Member Watson, that the rules be suspended for this Resolution. The motion carried by the following vote:

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    13. Adopted
      Resolution

      A RESOLUTION CONCERNING THE LANGLEY PARK-COLLEGE PARK-GREENBELT-AND VICINITY MINOR PLAN AMENDMENT-MINOR AMENDMENT-APPROVAL for the purpose of approving, in accordance with the provisions of the Zoning Ordinance of Prince George’s County, Maryland, a Minor Plan Amendment to the 1989 Master Plan and Sectional Map Amendment for the Langley Park-College Park-Greenbelt-and Vicinity to modify certain obsolete development pattern recommendations for context-sensitive infill and physical development of residential neighborhoods and commercial areas of the Master Plan in order to align with Plan Prince George’s 2035 Established Communities, Employment Areas, and recent Countywide zoning amendments for Commercial, Neighborhood designations.

      A motion was made by Council Member Olson, seconded by Council Member Watson, that this Resolution be adopted. The motion carried by the following vote:

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    14. Adopted
      Resolution

      A RESOLUTION CONCERNING THE LANGLEY PARK-COLLEGE PARK-GREENBELT-AND VICINITY SECTIONAL MAP AMENDMENT-APPROVAL for the purpose of approving, pursuant to the local zoning laws for that portion of the Maryland-Washington Regional District situated in Prince George’s County, Maryland, the Langley Park-College Park-Greenbelt-and Vicinity Sectional Map Amendment (SMA), thereby setting forth and adopting detailed zoning proposals for the Langley Park-College Park-Greenbelt-and Vicinity, generally comprised of properties located in an area north of Berwyn Road, east of 49th Avenue, south of Roanoke Place and Ruatan Street, and west of 5012 Berwyn Road (Tax Account 2287605); and include the commercially zoned properties within the designated boundary (Tax Accounts 2347466, 2385946, 2318996, 2311975, 2326247, 2349751, 2377224, 2299774, 2286847, 2383461, 2395440, and 2349736).

      A motion was made by Council Member Olson, seconded by Council Member Watson, that the rules be suspended for this Resolution. The motion carried by the following vote:

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    15. Adopted
      Resolution

      A RESOLUTION CONCERNING THE LANGLEY PARK-COLLEGE PARK-GREENBELT-AND VICINITY SECTIONAL MAP AMENDMENT-APPROVAL for the purpose of approving, pursuant to the local zoning laws for that portion of the Maryland-Washington Regional District situated in Prince George’s County, Maryland, the Langley Park-College Park-Greenbelt-and Vicinity Sectional Map Amendment (SMA), thereby setting forth and adopting detailed zoning proposals for the Langley Park-College Park-Greenbelt-and Vicinity, generally comprised of properties located in an area north of Berwyn Road, east of 49th Avenue, south of Roanoke Place and Ruatan Street, and west of 5012 Berwyn Road (Tax Account 2287605); and include the commercially zoned properties within the designated boundary (Tax Accounts 2347466, 2385946, 2318996, 2311975, 2326247, 2349751, 2377224, 2299774, 2286847, 2383461, 2395440, and 2349736).

      A motion was made by Council Member Olson, seconded by Council Member Watson, that this Resolution be adopted. The motion carried by the following vote:

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    5 new matters since 7 days ago

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      Appointment

      Appointment of the following individuals to the Agricultural Resources Advisory Committee: Mr. Steven E. Darcey Reappointment Term Expiration: 6-30-2027 Mr. Daniel A. Donohue Reappointment Term Expiration: 6-30-2027 Mr. William O. Ritchie Reappointment Term Expiration: 6-30-2027 Ms. Pharyn E. Smith Reappointment Term Expiration: 6-30-2027

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    2. Committee Agenda Ready
      Briefing

      Prince George's County Public Schools - Transportation Audit and Recommendations Dr. Charoscar Coleman Chief Operating Officer Prince George's County Public Schools