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Sitting As The District Council

(In-person)

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  1. Oral Arguments
    Detailed Site Plan (Prior Ordinance)

    Suffrage Point
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  2. Oral Arguments
    Conceptual Site Plan

    Linda Lane Property
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  3. Oral Arguments
    Departure from Design Standards

    Riverdale Laundromat (Wildercroft)
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  4. New Case
    Zoning Map Amendment

    Smith Lake Estates
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  5. Oral Arguments
    Special Exception

    Alexander Landing
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    ADJOURN

    ADJOURN

General Assembly Committee

    Planning, Housing And Economic Development Committee

    Budget Work-session: M-ncppc Budget Overview

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      Budget Item

      M-NCPPC FY2024 - COMMISSION STAFF OVERVIEW
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      Briefing

      BOARD OF APPEALS (ZONING AND ADMINISTRATIVE) OVERVIEW AND STATISTICAL DATA ON CASES -Barbara Stone Board of Appeals Administrator, Prince George's County Council -Ms. Bobbie Mack Board of Appeals Chair
    3. Presentation and referral
      Council Bill

      AN ACT CONCERNING HOUSING CODE OF PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY for the purpose of providing for a certain definition; amending the Housing Code to add email, by written consent by certain persons to the methods of service of a notice of violation, civil citation, and administrative citation of the Housing Code; providing that a rental license application and renewal license application shall contain written authorization for a licensee to have the option to provide written consent to service of notice of violation, civil citation, and administrative citation by email; providing for the Department to provide certain guidelines; providing for a certain definition; providing for certain requirements; and generally regarding a notice of violation, civil citation, and administrative citation of the Housing Code by email, by written consent by certain persons.
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    Sitting As The Committee Of The Whole

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      ADJOURN

      ADJOURN

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

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      Briefing

      FY 2025 LEGISLATIVE BRANCH BUDGET

      A motion was made by Vice Chair Harrison, seconded by Council Member Watson, that the Legislative Branch Budget be transmitted. The motion carried by the following vote:

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    Transportation, Infrastructure, Energy And Environment Committee

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    1. Held in Committee
      Council Bill

      AN ACT CONCERNING REVENUE AUTHORITY - PARKING ENFORCEMENT for the purpose of providing that the Revenue Authority of Prince George's County and the Department of Permitting, Inspections and Enforcement shall have authorization to enforce certain parking enforcement laws regarding the stopping, standing, or parking on private property for commercial vehicles; and generally regarding Revenue Authority parking enforcement.

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

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    Sitting As The Committee Of The Whole

    **The Agenda Is Subject To Change Up To Five (5) Calendar Days Prior To The Noted Date.**

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    1. Committee Agenda Ready
      Transcript Analysis

      TRANSCRIPT ANALYSIS PROPOSED HISTORIC SITE DESIGNATION AS TO CERTAIN PROPERTY IN PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY (DIGEST OF TESTIMONY) Designation of one property in Prince George’s County as a Historic Site; specifically, the Yates and Mary Boswell House, Documented Property 66-029-09. Thomas Gross, Planner III Historic Preservation Section, Countywide Planning Division

    County Council

    **The Agenda Is Subject To Change Up To Five (5) Calendar Days Prior To The Noted Date.**

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      Minutes

      County Council Minutes dated February 27, 2024
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    2. Agenda Ready
      ADJOURN

      ADJOURN
    3. introduction and referral
      Resolution

      A RESOLUTION CONCERNING THE CENTRAL AVENUE - BLUE/SILVER LINE CORRIDOR DEVELOPMENT REVIEW ADVISORY COUNCIL for the purpose of establishing The Central Avenue - Blue/Silver Line Corridor Development Review Advisory Council; establishing the term, membership complement, and duties of the Council; further clarifying its core mission and certain operating procedures; and other general provisions.
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    4. Agenda Ready
      Consent Agenda

      MOTION TO ADOPT CONSENT AGENDA
    5. Committee Agenda Ready
      Appointment

      Appointment of the following individuals to the Prince George’s County Commission for Women: Arnicia V. Arrington Appointment Replacing: Lanta Evans-Motte Term Expiration: May 1, 2027 Erin N. Barrett Appointment Replacing: Beatrice Rodgers Term Expiration: May 1, 2025 Bethania S. Gonzales Appointment Replacing: Maria Ivonne Rivera Term Expiration: May 1, 2025 Mychael M. Robinson Appointment Replacing: Jamie Wiesner Term Expiration: May 1, 2026
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    6. Committee Agenda Ready
      Appointment

      Appointment of the following individuals to the Prince George’s County Parks and Recreation Advisory Board: Ms. Jocelyn H. Alexander Appointment: South Area Replacing: Tiana M. Woods Term Expiration: 6/30/2025 Ms. Patricia P. Bobbitt Appointment: North Area Replacing: Kristen Franklin Term Expiration: 6/30/2027 Mr. Sean A. Floyd Appointment: Central Area Replacing: Belinda Queen Term Expiration: 6/30/2027 Ms. Regina N. Gibbons (Withdrawn) Appointment: South Area Replacing: Michael Davenport Term Expiration: 6/30/2026 Ms. Harryette Y. Irving Appointment: At Large Replacing: Rose E. Greene Colby Term Expiration: 6/30/2027 Ms. Oladunni M. Oni Appointment: North Area Replacing: Gregory McNair Term Expiration:6/30/2025 Mr. Kelvin E. Smith Appointment: South Area Replacing: Michael Davenport Term Expiration: 6/30/2027 Ms. Gloria D. Snowden Appointment: North Area Replacing: Gabriella Navarro Term Expiration: 6/30/2026 Ms. Rochelle C. Thompson Appointment: Centra Area Replacing: Dr. Lisa Hayes Term Expiration: 6/20/2026 Ms. Betty Tingle Appointment: Central Area Replacing: Vacant Term Expiration: 6/30/2025 Ms. Tamara SJ Williams Appointment: At Large Replacing: Kent Roberson Term Expiration: 6/30/2026
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    7. Agenda Ready
      Agenda Letter

      Proposed letter to the Honorable Michael A. Jackson, Chair, Prince George’s County Senate Delegation, and the Honorable Nicole Williams, Chair, Prince George’s County House Delegation, transmitting the position of the Prince George's County Council on proposed State legislation (recommended at the 03/05/2024 General Assembly Committee meeting).

    County Council

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      Minutes

      County Council Minutes dated February 20, 2024
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    2. Agenda Ready
      ADJOURN

      ADJOURN
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      Consent Agenda

      MOTION TO ADOPT CONSENT AGENDA
    4. Agenda Ready
      Agenda Letter

      Proposed letter to the Honorable Michael A. Jackson, Chair, Prince George’s County Senate Delegation, and the Honorable Nicole Williams, Chair, Prince George’s County House Delegation, transmitting the position of the Prince George's County Council on proposed State legislation (recommended at the 02/27/2024 General Assembly Committee meeting).
    5. introduction and referral
      Resolution

      A RESOLUTION CONCERNING SCHOOL PEDESTRIAN SAFETY WORKGROUP for the purpose of establishing a Workgroup to study improving school pedestrian safety; providing for the purpose of the Workgroup; providing for the composition of the Workgroup; proving for the staff and technical support for the Workgroup; providing for the issuance of a certain report; and generally regarding the School Pedestrian Safety Workgroup.
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    6. Presentation and referral
      Council Bill

      AN ACT CONCERNING THE REVISED ELDERLY PROPERTY TAX CREDIT for the purpose of revising the current elderly property tax credit to make its applicability exclusive of and separate and distinct from the Homestead and Maryland Homeowner’s Property Tax Credit.
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    7. Presentation and referral
      Council Bill

      AN EMERGENCY ACT CONCERNING TEMPORARY RENT STABILIZATION ACT OF 2023 for the purpose of extending the sunset date of the Temporary Rent Stabilization Act of 2023 for a period of six (6) months from April 17, 2024 to October 17, 2024 to continue combating the existing public emergency affecting the public health, safety, and welfare; said emergency being the threat of homelessness due to a lack of affordable housing.
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    8. introduction and referral
      Resolution

      A RESOLUTION CONCERNING EXTENDING THE TRUANCY STUDY WORKGROUP for the purpose of extending the Truancy Study Workgroup; providing for the purpose of the Truancy Study Workgroup; providing for the composition of the Truancy Study Workgroup; providing for the staff and technical support for the Truancy Study Workgroup; providing for the issuance of a report; and generally regarding the Truancy Study Workgroup.
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    9. introduction and referral
      Resolution

      A RESOLUTION CONCERNING AMENDING THE GUN VIOLENCE STUDY WORKGROUP for the purpose of amending the Gun Violence Study Workgroup (“Workgroup”); providing for the purpose of the Workgroup; providing for the amended composition of the Workgroup; providing for the staff and technical support for the Workgroup; providing for the issuance of a certain report; and generally regarding the Gun Violence Study Workgroup.
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    10. introduction and referral
      Resolution

      A RESOLUTION CONCERNING CY 2024-2033 COMPREHENSIVE TEN YEAR SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT PLAN for the purpose of adopting the Prince George’s County CY 2024-2033 Ten Year Solid Waste Management Plan as recommended by the County Executive.
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    11. Committee Agenda Ready
      Appointment

      Appointment of the following individuals to the Prince George’s County Commission on Common Ownership Communities: Ms. Chrisel Edwards-Green Appointment Replacing: John Henry King Term Expiration: 3/31/2026 Ms. Patricia J. Fletcher Reappointment Term Expiration: 3/31/2027 Ms. Danielle L. Grey Reappointment Term Expiration: 3/31/2027 Mr. Marvin E. Holmes, Jr. Reappointment Term Expiration: 3/31/2025 Ms. Linda Hunt Reappointment Term Expiration: 3/31/2025 Mr. Robert E. Nicholson Reappointment Term Expiration: 3/31/2027 Ms. Rachelle A. Spencer Appointment Replacing: Daniel Hall Term Expiration: 3/31/2027 Ms. LaShauna M. Tillmon Appointment Replacing: Timothy Smith Term Expiration: 3/31/2026
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    12. Agenda Ready
      Agenda Letter

      Proposed correspondence to The Honorable Peter A. Shapiro, Chairman, Prince George's County Planning Board approving the request for a 12-month extension of the period to prepare the Staff Draft Countywide Master Plan of Transportation 2035.
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    13. Presentation and referral
      Council Bill

      AN ACT CONCERNING 9-1-1 VOLUNTARY EMERGENCY REGISTRY for the purpose of establishing the 9-1-1 Registry Program to alert certain first responders of certain behaviors, diagnoses, or traits of individuals with special needs may present during certain encounters with first responders.
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    14. Presentation and referral
      Council Bill

      AN ACT CONCERNING MENTAL HEALTH AND FIREARM SAFETY LITERATURE for the purpose of requiring the Department of Health 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; making a civil violation for noncompliance; and generally relating to public safety.
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    15. introduction and referral
      Resolution

      A RESOLUTION CONCERNING THE COUNTY PROCUREMENT REGULATIONS WORK GROUP for the purpose of establishing a work group to review, analyze, and evaluate current County procurement regulations and requirements and recommend updated procurement regulations and requirements to the County’s current procurement regulations and requirements.
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    16. introduction and referral
      Resolution

      A RESOLUTION CONCERNING THE 911 CHARGE for the purpose of approving a one cent increase in the additional charge for switched local exchange access service, commercial mobile radio service, and other 911 accessible service within the County.
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    Government Operations And Fiscal Policy Committee

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    1. Presentation and referral
      Council Bill

      AN ACT CONCERNING BLACK BUSINESS START UP FUNDS for the purpose of adding African American Business Enterprises to the Prince George's County Business Expansion and Start-Up Grant Program; adding African American Business Enterprises to the Prince George's County Business Expansion and Start-Up Loan program; providing for African American Business Enterprises definition and specified definitions section; and other related provisions.

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

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    2. Presentation and referral
      Council Bill

      AN ACT CONCERNING MANDATORY LACTATION ROOMS IN COUNTY BUILDINGS AND OR REAL PROPERTY for the purpose of requiring lactation rooms in certain County buildings and or real property.

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

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    3. Presentation and referral
      Council Bill

      AN ACT CONCERNING PARENTAL LEAVE ELIGIBILITY for the purpose of revising the time that County employees are eligible to receive parental leave.

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

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    Education And Workforce Development Committee

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      Briefing

      Prince George's County Memorial Library System - Performance Report
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      Briefing

      Prince George's County Public Schools - Pre-K Expansion

    Planning, Housing And Economic Development Committee

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    1. Committee Agenda Ready
      Appointment

      Appointment of the following individuals to the Prince George’s County Commission on Common Ownership Communities: Ms. Chrisel Edwards-Green Appointment Replacing: John Henry King Term Expiration: 3/31/2026 Ms. Patricia J. Fletcher Reappointment Term Expiration: 3/31/2027 Ms. Danielle L. Grey Reappointment Term Expiration: 3/31/2027 Mr. Marvin E. Holmes, Jr. Reappointment Term Expiration: 3/31/2025 Ms. Linda Hunt Reappointment Term Expiration: 3/31/2025 Mr. Robert E. Nicholson Reappointment Term Expiration: 3/31/2027 Ms. Rachelle A. Spencer Appointment Replacing: Daniel Hall Term Expiration: 3/31/2027 Ms. LaShauna M. Tillmon Appointment Replacing: Timothy Smith Term Expiration: 3/31/2026

      A motion was made by Council Member Olson, seconded by Council Member Hawkins, that these Appointments be Favorably recommended. The motion carried by the following vote:

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    2. Committee Agenda Ready
      Appointment

      Appointment of the following individuals to the Prince George’s County Parks and Recreation Advisory Board: Ms. Jocelyn H. Alexander Appointment: South Area Replacing: Tiana M. Woods Term Expiration: 6/30/2025 Ms. Patricia P. Bobbitt Appointment: North Area Replacing: Kristen Franklin Term Expiration: 6/30/2027 Mr. Sean A. Floyd Appointment: Central Area Replacing: Belinda Queen Term Expiration: 6/30/2027 Ms. Regina N. Gibbons (Withdrawn) Appointment: South Area Replacing: Michael Davenport Term Expiration: 6/30/2026 Ms. Harryette Y. Irving Appointment: At Large Replacing: Rose E. Greene Colby Term Expiration: 6/30/2027 Ms. Oladunni M. Oni Appointment: North Area Replacing: Gregory McNair Term Expiration:6/30/2025 Mr. Kelvin E. Smith Appointment: South Area Replacing: Michael Davenport Term Expiration: 6/30/2027 Ms. Gloria D. Snowden Appointment: North Area Replacing: Gabriella Navarro Term Expiration: 6/30/2026 Ms. Rochelle C. Thompson Appointment: Centra Area Replacing: Dr. Lisa Hayes Term Expiration: 6/20/2026 Ms. Betty Tingle Appointment: Central Area Replacing: Vacant Term Expiration: 6/30/2025 Ms. Tamara SJ Williams Appointment: At Large Replacing: Kent Roberson Term Expiration: 6/30/2026

      A motion was made by Council Member Hawkins, seconded by Council Member Olson, that these Appointments be Favorably recommended. The motion carried by the following vote:

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    3. Final
      Briefing

      Commission on Common Ownership Communities (CCOC) Goals for 2024 and Recent Activities Ms. Euniesha Davis, Director, Office of Community Relations

      Briefing held

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    4. Final
      Briefing

      Parks and Recreation Advisory Board (PRAB) Goals for 2024 and Previous Activities Ms. Anika Jackson, Division Chief, Public Affairs and Community Engagement Division, Department of Parks and Recreation

      Briefing held

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    Health, Human Services And Public Safety Committee

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      Briefing

      Police Accountability Board (PAB) and Administrative Charging Committee (ACC): PAB: Kelvin Davall, Chair Carlo Sanchez, Co-Chair Marva Jo Camp, General Counsel L. Denise Hall, Program Administrator Anthony Bennett, Inspector General Integrity, Compliance, and Police Accountability Tangi Allen, Community Developer Ebony Rorls, Program Administrator ACC: Kelvin Davall, Chair Cardell Montague, Vice Chair Roger Thomas, General Counsel Isabel Williams, Program Administrator

      Briefing held

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    2. Committee Agenda Ready
      Appointment

      Appointment of the following individuals to the Prince George’s County Commission for Women: Arnicia V. Arrington Appointment Replacing: Lanta Evans-Motte Term Expiration: May 1, 2027 Erin N. Barrett Appointment Replacing: Beatrice Rodgers Term Expiration: May 1, 2025 Bethania S. Gonzales Appointment Replacing: Maria Ivonne Rivera Term Expiration: May 1, 2025 Mychael M. Robinson Appointment Replacing: Jamie Wiesner Term Expiration: May 1, 2026

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

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    3. Committee Agenda Ready
      Appointment

      Appointment of the following individual to the Prince George’s County Commission for Women: SheShuana N. Davis Appointment Replacing: Deborah C. Wilder Term Expiration: May 1, 2025

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

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    General Assembly Committee

      County Council

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        Minutes

        County Council Minutes dated February 13, 2024

        These Minutes were approved.

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      2. Agenda Ready
        Minutes

        County Council Minutes dated February 13, 2024 6PM

        This Minutes was approved

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      3. Agenda Ready
        ADJOURN

        ADJOURN

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

      4. Agenda Ready
        Consent Agenda

        MOTION TO ADOPT CONSENT AGENDA

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

      5. Agenda Ready
        Agenda Letter

        Proposed letter to the Honorable Michael A. Jackson, Chair, Prince George’s County Senate Delegation, and the Honorable Nicole Williams, Chair, Prince George’s County House Delegation, transmitting the position of the Prince George's County Council on proposed State legislation (recommended at the 02/20/2024 General Assembly Committee meeting).

        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:

      6. Agenda Ready
        Agenda Letter

        Proposed letter to the Honorable Michael A. Jackson, Chair, Prince George’s County Senate Delegation, and the Honorable Nicole Williams, Chair, Prince George’s County House Delegation, transmitting the County Council's State Legislative Priorities for the 2024 General Assembly Session.

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

      7. Adopted
        Resolution

        A RESOLUTION CONCERNING MEATOUT DAY for the purpose of proclaiming MeatOut Day in Prince George’s County as March 20, 2024; and generally relating to the benefits of a plant-based diet.

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

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      8. Approved
        Minutes

        County Council Minutes dated February 13, 2024 BOH

        These Minutes were approved.

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      9. Agenda Ready
        Minutes

        County Council Minutes dated February 13, 2024 6PM

        These Minutes were approved.

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      10. Adopted
        Resolution

        A RESOLUTION CONCERNING MEATOUT DAY for the purpose of proclaiming MeatOut Day in Prince George’s County as March 20, 2024; and generally relating to the benefits of a plant-based diet.

        A motion was made by Council Member Dernoga, seconded by Council Member Fisher, 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 MEATOUT DAY for the purpose of proclaiming MeatOut Day in Prince George’s County as March 20, 2024; and generally relating to the benefits of a plant-based diet.

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

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      Education And Workforce Development Committee

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        Briefing

        Prince George's County Community College

      County Council

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      1. Agenda Ready
        Minutes

        County Council Minutes dated February 6, 2024

        These Minutes were approved.

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      2. Agenda Ready
        RECESS

        RECESS

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

      3. Agenda Ready
        Consent Agenda

        MOTION TO ADOPT CONSENT AGENDA

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

      4. Held in Committee
        Council Bill

        AN ACT CONCERNING REVENUE AUTHORITY - PARKING ENFORCEMENT for the purpose of providing that the Revenue Authority of Prince George's County and the Department of Permitting, Inspections and Enforcement shall have authorization to enforce certain parking enforcement laws regarding the stopping, standing, or parking on private property for commercial vehicles; and generally regarding Revenue Authority parking enforcement.

        This Council Bill was presented by Council Members Olson, Ivey and Dernoga and referred to the Transportation, Infrastructure, Energy and Environment Committee.

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      5. introduction and referral
        Resolution

        A RESOLUTION CONCERNING COMMISSION ON REPARATIONS for the purpose of highlighting the County Council’s encouragement and strong support for the creation of a commission on providing reparations to African American descendants of those previously enslaved in this State; appealing to the General Assembly to create the Maryland Representations Commission in remembrance of Harriet Tubman; and to have the General Assembly establish the Maryland Representations Commission during the 2024 legislative session.

        This Resolution was introduced by Council Members Fisher, Oriadha, Ivey, Blegay, Watson, Olson, Burroughs, Harrison, Hawkins, Dernoga and Franklin and referred to the Health, Human Services and Public Safety Committee.

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      6. introduction and referral
        Resolution

        A RESOLUTION CONCERNING THE HEALTHY FOOD IN PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY CORRECTIONAL FACILITIES TASK FORCE for the purpose of creating a task force that will recommend to the County Council, sitting as the Board of Health, and eventually the State of Maryland Secretary of Public Safety and Correctional Services and the Maryland Commission on Correctional Standards, nutritional, food safety, and other standards suitable for the correctional facility meal program that support the health, well-being, and religious and cultural identities of detained individuals and incarcerated individuals, align with the GFPP (Center for Good Food Purchasing’s Good Food Purchasing Program) core values, meet or exceed the Dietary Guidelines for Americans, and consider the daily caloric and serving size needs of the populations served.

        This Resolution was introduced by Council Members Oriadha, Blegay, Watson, Olson, Ivey, Burroughs, Hawkins, Dernoga and Franklin and referred to the Health, Human Services and Public Safety Committee.

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      7. Presentation and referral
        Council Bill

        AN ACT CONCERNING RE-ENTRY PREFERRED HIRING PROGRAM for the purpose of establishing the Re-Entry Preferred Hiring Program; establishing the Re-Entry Preferred Hiring Program Fund; providing for the administration of the Re-Entry Preferred Hiring Program and Re-Entry Preferred Hiring Program Fund; requiring a certain appropriation; requiring County agencies, departments and offices to provide a preference for hiring non-violent ex-offenders; providing an exception to the hiring preference requirement; requiring reporting requirements; and generally relating to re-entry hiring.

        This Council Bill was presented by Council Members Oriadha, Blegay, Burroughs and Hawkins and referred to the Health, Human Services and Public Safety Committee.

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      8. Agenda Ready
        Briefing

        GUARANTEED BASIC INCOME UPDATE Greater Washington Community Foundation Darius Graham, Managing Director, Community Investment Darcelle Wilson, Sr. Director, Prince George’s County Kim Ford, Consultant Amina Anderson, Consultant

        This Briefing was held.

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      9. Agenda Ready
        Agenda Letter

        Proposed letter to the Honorable Michael A. Jackson, Chair, Prince George’s County Senate Delegation, and the Honorable Nicole Williams, Chair, Prince George’s County House Delegation, transmitting the position of the Prince George's County Council on proposed State legislation (recommended at the 02/13/2024 General Assembly Committee meeting).

        A motion was made by Council Member Hawkins, 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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      10. Adopted
        Resolution

        A RESOLUTION CONCERNING ACTING DIRECTOR FOR THE OFFICE OF HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT for the purpose of extending the temporary appointment of Mr. Jared M. McCarthy as the Acting Director of the Office of Human Resources Management.

        This Resolution was introduced by Council Members Hawkins, Fisher, and Watson.

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      11. Agenda Ready
        Briefing

        COUNCIL MEMBER WORKGROUP UPDATES

        This Briefing was held.

      12. Adopted
        Resolution

        A RESOLUTION CONCERNING ACTING DIRECTOR FOR THE OFFICE OF HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT for the purpose of extending the temporary appointment of Mr. Jared M. McCarthy as the Acting Director of the Office of Human Resources Management.

        A motion was made by Council Member Olson, seconded by Vice Chair Harrison, 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 ACTING DIRECTOR FOR THE OFFICE OF HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT for the purpose of extending the temporary appointment of Mr. Jared M. McCarthy as the Acting Director of the Office of Human Resources Management.

        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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      Sitting As The Board Of Health

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      1. Final
        ADJOURN

        ADJOURN

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

      2. Agenda Ready
        Briefing

        BOARD OF HEALTH OPERATIONS AND PRIORITIES FOR CY 2024 Anya Makarova, Senior Advisor to the Board of Health Leroy Maddox, Jr., Legislative Attorney Dr. Matthew Levy, MD, MPH, Health Officer • Organizational changes and introductions • Board of Health operations: legal framework • Overview of the Board of Health priority areas

        This Briefing was held.

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      General Assembly Committee

        Task Forces-workgroups

        Prince George's County Universal Design Implementation Workgroup

          6 new matters since 7 days ago

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          1. Committee Agenda Ready
            Transcript Analysis

            TRANSCRIPT ANALYSIS PROPOSED HISTORIC SITE DESIGNATION AS TO CERTAIN PROPERTY IN PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY (DIGEST OF TESTIMONY) Designation of one property in Prince George’s County as a Historic Site; specifically, the Yates and Mary Boswell House, Documented Property 66-029-09. Thomas Gross, Planner III Historic Preservation Section, Countywide Planning Division
          2. Committee Agenda Ready
            Budget Item

            M-NCPPC FY2024 - COMMISSION STAFF OVERVIEW
          3. Committee Agenda Ready
            Briefing

            BOARD OF APPEALS (ZONING AND ADMINISTRATIVE) OVERVIEW AND STATISTICAL DATA ON CASES -Barbara Stone Board of Appeals Administrator, Prince George's County Council -Ms. Bobbie Mack Board of Appeals Chair
          4. Agenda Ready
            Minutes

            County Council Minutes dated February 27, 2024
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            Agenda Letter

            Proposed letter to the Honorable Michael A. Jackson, Chair, Prince George’s County Senate Delegation, and the Honorable Nicole Williams, Chair, Prince George’s County House Delegation, transmitting the position of the Prince George's County Council on proposed State legislation (recommended at the 03/05/2024 General Assembly Committee meeting).