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Prince George's County Council Meeting

Tuesday, June 19, 2018 10:00 AM

Prince George's County Council County Administration Building

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14741 Governor Oden Bowie Drive Upper Marlboro, Maryland

20772-3050

Council Hearing Room

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County Council Dannielle M. Glaros, District 3, Chair

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Derrick Leon Davis, District 6 Mel Franklin, District 9

Andrea C. Harrison, District 5 Mary A. Lehman, District 1 Obie Patterson, District 8 Deni L. Taveras, District 2 Karen R. Toles, District 7

Todd M. Turner, District 4, Vice Chair

Robert J. Williams, Jr., Council Administrator

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Meeting Agenda - Final

9:30 AM Agenda Briefing (Rm 2027)

June 19, 2018County Council Meeting Agenda - Final

RULES OF COURTESY

You are now participating in the process of representative government. We welcome your interest and hope you will attend Prince George's County

Council meetings often. Good government depends on the interest and involvement of you and your fellow citizens.
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To insure fair and orderly meetings, the Council has adopted rules which apply to all members of the Council, administrative staff, news media,

citizens and visitors. The procedures provide:
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1. No one shall delay or interrupt the proceedings or refuse to obey the orders of the presiding officer. 2. Posters or Placards must remain outside

the Council Hearing Room. 3. No smoking is permitted in the County Administration Building. 4. Citizens are admitted up to the Fire Safety capacity of the Hearing Room. Overflow crowds may listen to proceedings on loudspeakers provided in the lobby area.
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REGULAR COUNCIL MEETINGS

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The Prince George's County Council meets at 10:00 a.m. each Tuesday in the Council Hearing Room in the County Administration Building, Upper

Marlboro, Maryland. Legislative sessions are held on the first and third Tuesday of each month and business meetings are scheduled on the alternate weeks. All County Council Sessions are public meetings, however, a part of the meeting may be conducted in closed session.
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In addition to its normal function as the County Council, the Council will frequently sit as the District Council for zoning matters or as the Board

of Health. The capacity in which the Council acts on agenda items will be recorded in the minutes for each meeting.
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PUBLIC PARTICIPATION IN COUNCIL MEETINGS

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Meetings of the Council are formal proceedings and all comments are recorded. Members of the audience are typically provided an opportunity to

address the Council at each meeting. Participation is also welcomed during the public hearing process. Those wishing to testify at a public hearing are urged to telephone the Clerk's office at 301-952-3600 for placement on the advance speakers' list. Registration is also accepted in the hearing room. The following information is provided as a guide to public participation in the Council Meeting. When you are called by the presiding officer, please follow these steps:

1. Come forward to the speaker's podium and state your name and address. 2. Present your comments as succinctly as possible. Avoid duplicate

testimony. 3. Confine your remarks to three minutes, if the presiding officer has indicated time limits would be in effect. 4. If you have a written statement, give it and other supporting material to the Clerk.

In accordance with ADA Requirements, accommodations for hearing impaired, disabled persons and visually impaired can be provided upon reasonable

notice to the Clerk of the Council. Sign language interpreters are available with advance notice by calling 301-952-3600. In the event of inclement weather, please call 301-952-4810 to confirm the status of County Business.
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FOR LIVE STREAMING AND VIDEO VISIT OUR WEBSITE AT: http://pgccouncil.us

PLEASE SILENCE ALL CELLULAR PHONES WHILE IN THE HEARING ROOM.

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9:30 A.M. - AGENDA BRIEFING - (ROOM 2027)

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10:00 A.M. - CALL TO ORDER - (COUNCIL HEARING ROOM)

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INVOCATION:

Reverend Charles W. McNeill, Jr., Senior Pastor Unity Baptist Church, Washington, D. C

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PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

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REQUESTS BY THE GENERAL PUBLIC TO ADDRESS THE COUNCIL

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LEGISLATIVE DAY NO. 15

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1. CONSENT AGENDA

All items listed under the consent agenda have been distributed to each member of the Council for review, are considered to be routine and will be

acted upon by motion in the form listed. There will be no separate discussion of these items. If discussion is desired, that item will be removed from the consent agenda and considered separately.
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(a) Approval of County Council Minutes

MIN 06052018 County Council Minutes dated June 5, 2018.

MIN 06122018 County Council Minutes dated June 12, 2018.

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CONSENT AGENDA - (CONTINUED)

(b) First Reading of Bills (Presentation)

CB-027-2018 AN ORDINANCE CONCERNING COMPREHENSIVE DESIGN ZONES - SPECIFIC DESIGN PLANS - PROCEDURES for the purpose of amending the Zoning Ordinance

to authorize the administrative approval of certain limited, minor revisions and limited departures from design standard requirements for specific design plans by the Planning Director.
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Draft: 1

Sponsor(s): Davis and Franklin

B2018027 CB-27-2018 AIS

Attachment(s):

To be presented by Council Members Davis and Franklin; referral to PZED

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CB-028-2018 AN ORDINANCE CONCERNING R-R ZONE for the purpose of amending the residential table of uses in the Zoning Ordinance to permit certain

residential townhouse dwelling unit uses within the R-R (Rural Residential) Zones of Prince George's County, subject to specified circumstances.
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Draft: 1

Sponsor(s): Patterson

B2018028 CB-28-2018 AIS

Attachment(s):

To be presented by Council Member Patterson; referral to PZED

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CB-029-2018 AN ACT CONCERNING COMMERCIAL PROPERTY ASSESSED CLEAN ENERGY PROGRAM for the purpose of establishing the Commercial Property Assessed

Clean Energy Program (C-PACE) to allow commercial property owners to access financing for qualifying energy efficiency and clean energy improvements for their buildings through loans from participating lenders.
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Draft: 1

B2018029 CB-29-2018 AIS

Attachment(s):

To be presented by the Chair (by request - County Executive); referral to PSFM

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CONSENT AGENDA - (CONTINUED)

CB-030-2018 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 148,287,000 to finance the design, construction, reconstruction, extension, acquisition, improvement, enlargement, alteration, renovation, relocation, rehabilitation, or repair of Public Works and Transportation Facilities, including the acquisition of sites 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.
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Draft: 1

B2018030 CB-30-2018 AIS

Attachment(s):

To be presented by the Chair (by request - County Executive); referral to PSFM

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CB-031-2018 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 16,796,000 to finance the design, construction, reconstruction, extension, acquisition, improvement, enlargement, alteration, renovation, relocation, rehabilitation, or repair of Library Facilities including the acquisition of sites 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.
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Draft: 1

B2018031 CB-31-2018 AIS

Attachment(s):

To be presented by the Chair (by request - County Executive); referral to PSFM

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CONSENT AGENDA - (CONTINUED)

CB-032-2018 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 56,053,000 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 of sites 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.
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Draft: 1

B2018032 CB-32-2018 AIS

Attachment(s):

To be presented by the Chair (by request - County Executive); referral to PSFM

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CB-033-2018 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 97,564,000 to finance the design, construction, reconstruction, extension, acquisition, improvement, enlargement, alteration, renovation, relocation, rehabilitation, or repair of County Buildings including the acquisition of sites 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.
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Draft: 1

B2018033 CB-33-2018 AIS

Attachment(s):

To be presented by the Chair (by request - County Executive); referral to PSFM

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CONSENT AGENDA - (CONTINUED)

CB-034-2018 AN ACT CONCERNING BORROWING TO FINANCE CAPITAL PROJECTS FOR PRINCE GEORGE'S COMMUNITY COLLEGE 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 81,187,000 to finance the design, construction, reconstruction, extension, acquisition, improvement, enlargement, alteration, renovation, relocation, rehabilitation, or repair of Community College Facilities, including the acquisition of sites 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.
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Draft: 1

B2018034 CB-34-2018 AIS

Attachment(s):

To be presented by the Chair (by request - County Executive); referral to PSFM

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(c) Introduction of Resolutions

CR-040-2018 A RESOLUTION CONCERNING SUPPLEMENTARY APPROPRIATION OF FEDERAL, STATE AND OTHER FUNDS for the purpose of appropriating funding from

grants in the amount of 9,592,520 to the Office of Central Services, Circuit Court, Office of the State s Attorney, Police Department, Fire/EMS Department, Office of the Sheriff, Department of Corrections, Office of Homeland Security, Department of the Environment, Department of Family Services, Health Department, Department of Social Services, Department of Public Works and Transportation, and the Department of Housing and Community Development.
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Draft: 1

R2018040 CR-40-2018 AIS

Attachment(s):

The Chair (by request - County Executive); referral to C.O.W.

To be introduced by:

COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE SCHEDULED LATER THIS DATE

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CONSENT AGENDA - (CONTINUED)

CR-041-2018 A RESOLUTION CONCERNING MARYLAND-NATIONAL CAPITAL PARK AND PLANNING COMMISSION for the purpose of amending the approved Fiscal 2019

Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission budget for that portion of the Maryland-Washington Regional District located in Prince George s County, in accordance with the provisions of the Division II, Land Use Article, Annotated Code of Maryland, as amended ( Land Use Article ).
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Draft: 1

R2018041 CR-41-2018 AIS

Attachment(s):

The Chair (By request - Planning Board)

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To be introduced by:

PURSUANT TO RULE 11.2(b), THE CHAIR HAS ELECTED NOT TO REFER THIS RESOLUTION TO COMMITTEE

THIS RESOLUTION REQUIRES A PUBLIC HEARING

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2. CONSIDERATION OF ITEMS REMOVED FROM CONSENT AGENDA

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Consent21-18 MOTION TO ADOPT CONSENT AGENDA

3. PROPOSED CORRESPONDENCE/ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER S REPORT

LTR 06192018 Proposed Letter to Kevin McDonald, Chief, Certificate of Need, Maryland Health Care Commission regarding support for Certificate of Need

(CON) application filed by Encompass Health Rehabilitation Hospital of Southern Maryland, LLC.
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Draft: 1

Sponsor(s): Glaros

CON Encompass Support LetterAttachment(s):

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4. SECOND READING OF BILLS (INTRODUCTION)

CB-020-2018 AN ORDINANCE CONCERNING SPECIAL EXCEPTIONS -- PROCEDURAL REQUIREMENTS -- CLASS 3 FILL USES for the purpose of amending the procedural

requirements in the Zoning Ordinance for Class 3 Fill Special Exceptions and permit renewals.
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Draft: 1

Sponsor(s): Patterson

B2018020 CB-20-2018 AIS CB-020-2018 Report

Attachment(s):

(Favorably reported out of PZED on 6/6/2018)

To be introduced by Council Member Patterson Legislative History:

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presented and referred to the Planning, Zoning and Economic Development Committee

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County Council5/15/18

Favorably recommended to the County Council

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Planning, Zoning and Economic Development Committee

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6/6/18

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CB-021-2018 AN ACT CONCERNING SUPPLEMENTARY APPROPRIATIONS, INTRADEPARTMENTAL TRANSFER OF APPROPRIATIONS AND INTERDEPARTMENTAL TRANSFER OF

APPROPRIATIONS for the purpose of declaring additional revenue and appropriating to the General Fund to provide for costs that were not anticipated and included in the Approved Fiscal Year 2018 Budget, and transferring surplus appropriation between various agencies, and providing an appropriation adjustment to the Internal Service Fund.
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Draft: 1

B2018021 CB-021-2018 AIS CB-21-2018 Report

Attachment(s):

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To be introduced by: Legislative History:

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presented and referred to the Public Safety and Fiscal Management Committee

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County Council5/15/18

Favorably recommended to the County Council

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Public Safety and Fiscal Management Committee

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6/7/18

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SECOND READING OF BILLS (INTRODUCTION) - (CONTINUED)

CB-024-2018 AN ACT CONCERNING SUPPLEMENTARY APPROPRIATIONS IN THE APPROVED FISCAL YEAR 2018 CAPITAL BUDGET for the purpose of providing supplementary

appropriations to the Contingency Appropriation Fund, Clean Water Partnership NPDES/MS4 Project, Fairmont Heights High School Replacement, Major Repairs, Secondary School Reform, Kitchen and Food Services, Tulip Grove ES Replacement, C. Elizabeth Reig ES Renovation, Bowie HS Annex Limited Renovation, Stephen Decatur MS SEI Renovation, Parking Lot/Driveways, Security Upgrades and ADA Upgrade projects; decreasing appropriations to the Contingency Appropriation Fund project, Systemic Replacement 2, Suitland High School Complex, Land Acquisition, Planning Approval, Code Corrections and Central Garage/Transportation Department Improvement Projects; and amending the Approved Fiscal Year 2018 - 2023 Capital Improvement Program with regard to expenditures and financing beyond the budget year.
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Draft: 1

B2018024 CB-24-2018 Attachments A-V CB-24-2018 AIS CB-24-2018 Report

Attachment(s):

(Favorably reported out of PSFM on 6/7/2018)

To be introduced by: Legislative History:

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presented and referred to the Public Safety and Fiscal Management Committee

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County Council6/5/18

Favorably recommended to the County Council

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Public Safety and Fiscal Management Committee

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6/7/18

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COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE - (COUNCIL HEARING ROOM)

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(SEE SEPARATE AGENDA)

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RECONVENE

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5. RESOLUTIONS ELIGIBLE FOR FINAL READING (ADOPTION)

CR-040-2018 A RESOLUTION CONCERNING SUPPLEMENTARY APPROPRIATION OF FEDERAL, STATE AND OTHER FUNDS for the purpose of appropriating funding from

grants in the amount of 9,592,520 to the Office of Central Services, Circuit Court, Office of the State s Attorney, Police Department, Fire/EMS Department, Office of the Sheriff, Department of Corrections, Office of Homeland Security, Department of the Environment, Department of Family Services, Health Department, Department of Social Services, Department of Public Works and Transportation, and the Department of Housing and Community Development.
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Draft: 1

R2018040 CR-40-2018 AIS

Attachment(s):

(Verbal C.O.W. report to be provided)

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RESOLUTIONS ELIGIBLE FOR FINAL READING (ADOPTION) - (CONTINUED)

CR-037-2018 A RESOLUTION CONCERNING PUBLIC SAFETY SURCHARGE for the purpose of adjusting the public safety surcharge for Fiscal Year 2019, beginning

July 1, 2018, as required by State law.
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Draft: 1

Sponsor(s): Lehman, Davis, Turner and Taveras

R2018037 CR-037-2018 AIS CR-37-2018 Report

Attachment(s):

(Favorably reported out of PSFM on 6/7/2018) Legislative History:

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introduced and referred to the Public Safety and Fiscal Management Committee

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County Council6/5/18

Favorably recommended to the County Council

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Public Safety and Fiscal Management Committee

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6/7/18

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CR-038-2018 A RESOLUTION CONCERNING SCHOOL FACILITIES SURCHARGE for the purpose of adjusting the school facilities surcharge for Fiscal Year 2019,

beginning July 1, 2018, as required by State law.
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Draft: 1

Sponsor(s): Lehman, Davis, Turner and Taveras

R2018038 CR-38-2018 AIS CR-038-2018 Report

Attachment(s):

(Favorably reported out of PSFM on 6/7/2018) Legislative History:

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introduced and referred to the Public Safety and Fiscal Management Committee

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County Council6/5/18

Favorably recommended to the County Council

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Public Safety and Fiscal Management Committee

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6/7/18

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6. INTRODUCTION AND ADOPTION OF RESOLUTIONS

CR-042-2018 A RESOLUTION CONCERNING TAX CREDIT REFORM COMMISSION for the purpose of extending the reporting date for the Tax Credit Reform Commission

to make recommendations and submit a final report.
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Draft: 1

Sponsor(s): Davis

R2018042 CR-42-2018 AIS

Attachment(s):

To be introduced by Council Member Davis

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COUNCIL SHOULD EITHER CONVENE AS THE COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE OR SUSPEND THE RULES PRIOR TO ADOPTION - (6 VOTES REQUIRED)

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CR-043-2018 A RESOLUTION CONCERNING THE TAX RATES FOR FISCAL YEAR 2019 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, 2018; and to set forth the State tax levy and the Stormwater Management District tax levy.
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Draft: 1

Sponsor(s): Glaros

R2018043 FY 2019 Property Tax Rate Memo CR-43-2018 AIS

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Attachment(s):

To be introduced by Council Member Glaros

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COUNCIL SHOULD EITHER CONVENE AS THE COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE OR SUSPEND THE RULES PRIOR TO ADOPTION - (6 VOTES REQUIRED)

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ADJOURN

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COUNTY COUNCIL SITTING AS THE DISTRICT COUNCIL - (COUNCIL HEARING ROOM)

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(SEE SEPARATE AGENDA)

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REMINDERS

Tues., June 26, 2018 NO COUNCIL SESSION (PRIMARY ELECTION DAY)

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Thurs., June 28, 2018 10:00 a.m. - THE Committee Meeting (Room 2027)

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