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September 24, 2019County Council Meeting Agenda - Final
CONSENT AGENDA - (CONTINUED)
CB-052-2019 AN ACT CONCERNING NON-COMPOSTABLE STRAWS AND STIRRERS BAN for the purpose of providing for legislative intent; providing for certain
definitions; prohibiting certain eating and drinking establishments in Prince George s County from providing certain straws and stirrers with certain food or beverage under certain circumstances; providing for certain prohibited acts; providing for an exemption; providing for enforcement; providing for certain civil penalties; and generally relating to non-compostable straws and stirrers.
Sponsor(s): Dernoga and Glaros
B2019052 CB-052-2019 AIS
To be presented by Council Members Dernoga and Glaros; referral to TIEE
CB-056-2019 AN ACT CONCERNING FAIR HOUSING for the purpose of requiring the use of a standard form lease and applicable optional provisions for
certain residential rental properties; requiring the publication of certain information related to rental housing; requiring the Department of Permitting, Inspections, and Enforcement (DPIE) to review certain rent increases; providing for certain remedies to be awarded by the Nuisance Abatement Board; creating a special fund to support DPIE s increased responsibilities; providing certain rights to tenants facing rent increases and generally regarding residential rental properties.
CB-057-2019 AN ORDINANCE CONCERNING R-E ZONE-TABLE OF USES-APARTMENT HOUSING FOR ELDERLY OR PHYSICALLY HANDICAPPED FAMILIES AND SPECIAL
EXCEPTIONS-ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR SPECIFIC SPECIAL EXCEPTIONS for the purpose of providing additional criteria for approval of Special Exceptions for Apartment housing for elderly or physically handicapped families uses in the R-E (Residential -Estate) Zone of Prince George s County, under certain specified circumstances.
CB-065-2019 AN ACT CONCERNING PESTICIDES for the purpose of providing legislative intent and findings; providing definitions; providing for the
placement of signs; providing requirements for the retail purchase of pesticides; providing for a certain written statement; providing for storage and handling of pesticides; providing for regulations, penalties and notice requirements; providing for application restrictions; providing for an outreach and education campaign; providing for posting of signs; providing for application on County property; providing for application in the County parks; providing for certain vendors; providing certain exceptions; providing for enforcement; and generally relating to pesticides.
CR-079-2019 A RESOLUTION CONCERNING REVITALIZATION TAX CREDIT - COLLEGE PARK METRO APARTMENTS for the purpose of approving College Park Metro
Apartments multifamily and commercial development proposed by GD CP Metro, LLC as a revitalization project qualifying for a revitalization or redevelopment tax credit, as provided in Section 10-235.02 of the Prince George's County Code.
CR-070-2019 A RESOLUTION CONCERNING THE APPROVAL OF AN APPLICATION TO PRESERVE PROPERTY PURSUANT TO THE MARYLAND AGRICULTURAL LAND PRESERVATION
FOUNDATION PROGRAM for the purpose of recommending that the Maryland Agricultural Land Preservation Foundation approve the application of the Bonnie Breeze Farm Inc. Dwayne Catterton to permanently preserve the property.
September 24, 2019County Council Meeting Agenda - Final
5. INTRODUCTION AND ADOPTION OF RESOLUTIONS
CR-078-2019 A RESOLUTION CONCERNING THE 2004 GATEWAY ARTS DISTRICT FOR PRINCE GEORGE S COUNTY D-D-O ZONE MINOR AMENDMENT for the purpose of approving
a minor amendment to the Gateway Arts District D-D-O (Development District Overlay) Zone Development District Table of Permitted Uses within the 2004 Sector Plan and Sectional Map Amendment for the Prince George s County Gateway Arts District to permit Urban Farm uses in the Traditional Residential Neighborhood ( TRN ) character area of the Gateway Arts Development District.