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Cumulative Past Agendas - 2018 and 2019

2018 CUMULATIVE LIST OF PAST CITY COUNCIL MEETING AGENDAS
(January 1, 2018 through yesterday)

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 10, 2018 – CITY COUNCIL MEETING, 7:30 PM (CC Auditorium)
Voting Session:

– Resolution to Call on Congress to Extend Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for Current Countries and Establish a Pathway to Permanent Residency for TPS and Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) Recipients
– Resolution Requesting the Maryland Municipal League to File an Amicus Brief in the Appeal of the Circuit Court Ruling on the Montgomery County Healthy Lawns Act
– Resolution to Approve a Settlement Agreement with Priti’s Fashion and Jewelry, LLC Regarding the Payment of Personal Property Taxes Owed to the City
– Resolution Appointing Members to the Grants Review Committee and Changing the Term Expiration Date for Committee Members
Work Session:
– Police Department Purchases of Radios and Vehicles

– Legislative Priorities
– Request of TJ Beer, Wine and Liquor for Sunday Sales (Board of License Commissioners Resolution 97-53)
– City Tax Overview

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 17 – CITY COUNCIL MEETING, 7:30 PM (CC Auditorium)
Voting Session:
– Resolution Adopting 2018 Legislative Priorities

– Resolution Regarding Request of TJ Beer, Wine and Liquor for Sunday Sales (Board of License Commissioners Resolution 97-53)
Consent Agenda:
– Single Reading Ordinance Authorizing Execution of a Grant Agreement for the Takoma Park Independence Day Committee, Inc.

– Single Reading Ordinance Authorizing Purchase of Replacement Police Radios
– Single Reading Ordinance Authorizing Purchase of Five Replacement Police Vehicles
– Single Reading Ordinance Authorizing Purchase and Installation of Equipment for Five Police Vehicles
– Resolution Providing for an Appointment to the Emergency Preparedness Committee
Work Session:
– MCPS Elementary School Site Selection Process

– Discussion of Charter Amendment – Section 702 Council Not to Interfere with Appointments or Removals
– Review of Council Procedures

 

FRIDAY, JANUARY 19 – CITY COUNCIL RETREAT, 4:00 PM – 6:30 PM (CC Hydrangea Room)

MONDAY, JANUARY 22 – CITY COUNCIL CLOSED SESSION , 6:30 PM (CC Auditorium)
Vote to Convene in Closed Session:
The City Council is scheduled to convene in the Auditorium at 6:30 PM to vote to go into closed session to consider a matter that concerns a proposal for a business or industrial organization to locate, expand, or remain in the State (Study of Washington Adventist Hospital Facilities including a Freestanding Medical Facility, and involving proprietary financial information). The session will be closed pursuant to Annotated Code of Maryland, General Provisions Article, §3-305(b)(4).

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 24 – CITY COUNCIL MEETING, 6:00 PM (CC Auditorium)
Voting Session:
– Resolution Adopting Council Procedures

Work Session:
– Discussion of Amendment to Takoma Park Code, Title 8, Business (Outdoor Cafes)

– Discussion of Amendment to Takoma Park Code, Chapter 2.16 Boards and Commissions (Facade Advisory Board)
– Discussion of Amendment to Takoma Park Code, Chapter 8.40 Commercial District Facade Regulations

THURSDAY, JANUARY 25 – CITY COUNCIL RETREAT, 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM (CC Hydrangea Room)

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 31 – CITY COUNCIL MEETING, 6:00 PM (CC Auditorium)
Vote to Convene in Closed Session (6:00 PM):
The City Council is scheduled to convene in the Auditorium at 6:00 PM to vote to go into closed session to consult with counsel to discuss pending litigation regarding the Washington-McLaughlin Property and Dorothy’s Woods. The session will be closed pursuant to Annotated Code of Maryland, General Provisions Article, §3-305(b)(6).

Public Meeting (7:30 PM):
Voting Session:
– Resolution Supporting a Stronger Maryland Renewable Portfolio Standard and Affirming the City’s Commitment to Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Actions

– Single Reading Ordinance Authorizing the Lease, Installation, and Support for Canon Photocopiers
– First Reading Ordinance Authorizing the Purchase of Furniture for the Human Resources Department
Work Session:
– Update on the Crossroads Farmers Market

– Presentation of Police Employees’ Retirement Plan Actuarial Valuation as of June 30, 2017
– Staff Overview of Utility Work in the City
– Pepco Presentation on the Takoma to Sligo Electric System Infrastructure Project
– Update on Library Renovation

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 2018 – CITY COUNCIL MEETING, 7:30 PM (CC Auditorium)
Voting Session:
– Single Reading Ordinance Regarding Purchase of Police Vehicles

– Second Reading Ordinance Authorizing the Purchase of Furniture for the Human Resources Department
– Resolution Appointing the Youth Council Adviser
– Resolution Providing for Appointments to the Committee on the Environment
Work Session:
– Discussion of City Council Priorities

– Discussion of Amendments to Takoma Park Code, Title 8, Business (Outdoor Cafes)

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 14 – CITY COUNCIL MEETING, 7:30 PM (CC Auditorium)
– Youth Council Update

Voting Session:
– First Reading Ordinance Amending Takoma Park Code, Title 8, Business (Outdoor Cafes)

Work Session:
– Presentation on the Montgomery County Development Review Process

– Process for Updating and Providing Information on Work of the State Highway Administration (SHA) and Process for Working with SHA (including the Piney Branch Road / Ritchie Avenue Intersection)
– Discussion of School Facility Needs
– FY 2019 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Projects

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21 – CITY COUNCIL MEETING, 7:30 PM (CC Auditorium)
For the Record:
– Proclamation (Rare Disease Day – February 28)

Voting Session:
– Second Reading Ordinance Amending Takoma Park Code, Title 8, Business (Outdoor Cafes)

– Resolution Authorizing Submission of FY 2019 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Projects
– Resolution Regarding State Legislation – HB 988 – 2020 Census Grant Program – Establishment and Funding
Work Session:
– Quarterly Financial Report (1st and 2nd Quarter)

– Discussion of Personal Property Tax

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 26 – HOUSING IN TAKOMA PARK – FORUM ON PROVIDING DIVERSE HOUSING OPPORTUNITIES, 7:00 PM (CC Auditorium)
Agenda:
– Welcome and Introductions

– Presentation by Marjorie Willow AICP, Principal, Mullin and Lonergan (Current Conditions in Takoma Park and the Region; Overview of Feedback from Local Housing Representatives; Presentation of Strategic Plan Housing Recommendations)
– Clarifying Questions by the City Council
– Questions and Comments by the Public
– Summarizing Statements by City Council

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 28 – CITY COUNCIL ROUNDTABLE WITH STAFF ON COUNCIL PRIORITIES, 7:30 PM (CC Azalea Room)
Roundtable: Review of Draft Council Priority Document with Senior Leadership Team

– Council Identification of Priorities for the FY 2019 Budget
– Selection of Areas of Responsibility for Individual City Councilmembers

MONDAY, MARCH 5, 2018 – GREEN TEAM MEETING (Joint meeting of the Committee on the Environment and the City Council, 7:30 PM (CC Azalea Room)
Agenda:
– Introductions Updates on Energy Sustainability and Other Environmental Efforts in the Past Year

– City Council Perspectives on Environmental Sustainability within Current Priorities
– Review of Previous Green Team Priorities
– Discussion of Specific Areas for Joint Action: Affordable Housing, Economic Development, Other
– Wrap-up and Next Steps

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7 – CITY COUNCIL MEETING, 7:30 PM (CC Auditorium)
Voting Session:
– Single Reading Ordinance Awarding a Renewable Energy Supplier Contract for the Switch to 100% Renewable Campaign

– Resolution Adopting the Council Priorities
– Single Reading Ordinance Awarding a Contract for a Stormwater Study
– Resolution Regarding School Facilities
Work Session:
– Introduction to the Neighborhood Services Team

– Police Department Annual Report
– FY 2018 Budget Amendment No. 3

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 14 – CITY COUNCIL MEETING, 6:00 PM (CC Auditorium)
Closed Session (6:00 PM vote)
– The City Council is scheduled to convene in the Auditorium at 6:00 PM to vote to go into closed session to discuss matters related to collective bargaining with AFSCME. The meeting will be closed pursuant to Annotated Code of Maryland, General Provisions Article, Section 3-305(b)9. Following the closed session, the Council will reconvene in the Auditorium at 7:30 PM.

Open Session (7:30 PM)
– Youth Council Update

Voting Session:
– Resolution Condemning Acts of Gun Violence and Supporting the “March for Our Lives” and Other Efforts to Reduce Gun Violence

– Resolution Affirming Our Support of the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons
– First Reading Ordinance Approving FY 2018 Budget Amendment No. 3
– Resolution Authorizing the Closing of Anne Street for the Crossroads Farmers Market
Work Session:
– CHEER Takoma Park Renters Protection Group Discusses Housing with the City Council

– Rental Housing Inspections and the Contract with Montgomery County

Meeting canceled due to snow:

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21 – CITY COUNCIL MEETING, 7:30 PM (CC Auditorium)
Closed Session (6:00 PM):
The City Council is scheduled to convene in the Auditorium at 6:00 PM to vote to go into closed session to consult with counsel and receive legal advice and to consult with staff, consultants, or other individuals regarding pending or potential litigation related to the relocation of Washington Adventist Hospital. The meeting will be closed pursuant to Annotated Code of Maryland, General Provisions Article, Section 3-305(b)(7) and 3-305(b)(8). Following the closed session, the Council will reconvene in the Auditorium at 7:30 PM.
Public Hearing (7:30 PM):
– Traffic Calming on Fifth Avenue (between Eastern Avenue and Orchard Avenue)
For the Record:
– Safe Grow Photo Contest Winners
Voting Session:
– Second Reading Ordinance Approving FY 2018 Budget Amendment No. 3
Work Session:
– Preliminary Results of Takoma Junction Traffic Study (to be rescheduled)
– Discussion of Draft Housing and Economic Development Strategic Plan – Possible Implementation Steps
– Commemoration Commission Recommendations on Renaming Grant, Hancock, Lee, Sheridan, and Sherman Avenues

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28 – CITY COUNCIL CLOSED SESSION, 6:45 PM (CC Auditorium)
Closed Session (6:45 PM):

The City Council is scheduled to convene in the Auditorium at 6:45 PM to vote to go into closed session to consult with counsel and receive legal advice and to consult with staff, consultants, or other individuals regarding pending or potential litigation related to the relocation of Washington Adventist Hospital. The meeting will be closed pursuant to Annotated Code of Maryland, General Provisions Article, Sections 3-305(b)(7) and 3-305(b)(8). Following the closed session, the Council will not reconvene in public.

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4 – CITY COUNCIL MEETING, 7:30 PM (CC Auditorium)
Reading of a Poem Marking the 50th Anniversary of the Assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Voting Session:
– Second Reading Ordinance Approving FY 2018 Budget Amendment No. 3

– Single Reading Ordinance Awarding a Contract for Purchase of a Leaf Vacuum
– Resolution Providing for Appointments to the Commission on Landlord-Tenant Affairs
– Resolution Providing for Appointments to the Facade Advisory Board
Presentation:
– Presentation of City Manager’s Recommended FY 2019 Budget

– Public Presentation of the Neighborhood Development Company (NDC) Takoma Junction Site Plan

SATURDAY, APRIL 7, 2018 – Budget Open House, 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM (CC Azalea Room)
– Ask questions and provide feedback on the City Manager’s Recommended FY 2019 Budget (Childcare will be provided)

SATURDAY, APRIL 7 – Takoma Junction Open House, 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM (Takoma Park Community Center Atrium Lobby
– Ask questions and provide feedback on the Takoma Junction Site Plan (Childcare will be provided)

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11 – Reception for Montgomery College Scholarship Recipients, 7:00 PM (CC Atrium Lobby)

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11 – CITY COUNCIL MEETING, 7:30 PM (CC Auditorium)
For the Record:
– Recognition of Montgomery College Scholarship Recipients

– Safe Grow Photo Contest Winners
– Youth Council Update
Public Hearing:
– Public Hearing on City Manager’s Recommended FY 2019 Budget

Voting Session:
– Single Reading Ordinance Awarding a Contract for a Resident Survey

Work Session:
– Discussion of Exempting 100% of Inventory from the Business Personal Property Tax

– Discussion of Takoma Junction Site Plan – Building Design and Placement on the Property

MONDAY, APRIL 16 – CITY COUNCIL BUDGET WORK SESSION, 7:30 PM (CC Auditorium)
Budget Work Session:
– Council Priorities

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18 – CITY COUNCIL MEETING, 7:30 PM (CC Auditorium)
Public Hearing:
– Traffic Calming on Fifth Avenue between Orchard Avenue and Eastern Avenue

Voting Session:
– First Reading Ordinance Exempting 100% of Inventory from the Business Personal Property Tax

– Resolution Ratifying the Collective Bargaining Agreement between AFSCME Council 67, Local 3399 and the City of Takoma Park, Maryland
– Resolution Providing for Appointments to the Noise Control Board
Work Session:
– Discussion of Takoma Junction Site Plan – Public Space and Sustainability Features

SUNDAY, APRIL 22 – Takoma Junction Pop-Up, 11:00 AM – 2:00 PM (Public City Parking Lot in Takoma Junction, between Healy Surgeons and TPSS Co-op) 

MONDAY, APRIL 23 – CITY COUNCIL WORK SESSION AND BUDGET WORK SESSION, 7:30 PM (CC Auditorium)
Work Session:
– Presentation of Takoma Junction Traffic Studies

Budget Work Session:
– Capital Projects

 WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25 – CITY COUNCIL MEETING, 6:30 PM (CC Auditorium)
[NOTE THE SPECIAL 6:30 PM START TIME – CHILD CARE WILL BE PROVIDED]
Public Hearings:
– Public Hearing on the Constant Yield Tax Rate

– Public Hearing on the FY 2019 Budget
Voting Session:
– Second Reading Ordinance Exempting 100% of Inventory from the Business Personal Property Tax

– Single Reading Ordinance Authorizing a Contract for Computers, Software, and Support for the Computer Learning Center
Work Session:
– Discussion of Takoma Junction Site Plan – Traffic and Circulation

MONDAY, APRIL 30 – CITY COUNCIL BUDGET WORK SESSION, 7:30 PM (CC Auditorium)
Budget Work Session:
– Overview of Departmental and Non-Departmental Budgets

– Budget Reconciliation

WEDNESDAY, MAY 2, 2018 – CITY COUNCIL MEETING, 7:30 PM (CC Auditorium)
Voting Session:
– Resolution Authorizing the Temporary Partial Closure of the Unit Block of Grant Avenue for the Grant Avenue Market

Budget Work Session:
– Final Budget Reconciliation

WEDNESDAY, MAY 9 – CITY COUNCIL MEETING, 7:30 PM (CC Auditorium)
Voting Session:
– First Reading Ordinance Adopting the FY 2019 Tax Rate

– First Reading Ordinance Adopting the FY 2019 Stormwater Management Budget
– First Reading Ordinance Adopting the FY 2019 Budget
Work Session:
– Discussion of Pending Grant Applications

– Discussion of Resolution Setting Policy Regarding the Level of the City’s General Fund Unassigned Fund Balance

WEDNESDAY, MAY 16 – CITY COUNCIL MEETING, 7:30 PM (CC Auditorium)
– Consultant’s Report on Draft Takoma Junction Site Plan
– Youth Council Update
Voting Session:
– Resolution Setting Policy Regarding the Level of the City’s General Fund Unassigned Fund Balance

– Second Reading Ordinance Adopting the FY 2019 Tax Rate
– Second Reading Ordinance Adopting the FY 2019 Stormwater Management Budget
– Second Reading Ordinance Adopting the FY 2019 Budget
–  First Reading Ordinance Approving Traffic Calming on Fifth Avenue between Orchard Avenue and Eastern Avenue
– Resolution Authorizing an Application for Design Project Funding through the Transportation Alternatives Program
– Resolution Authorizing Submission of FY19 Community Legacy Application
– Resolution Authorizing Submission of FY19 National Capital Strategic Economic Development Application
– Resolution Authorizing Submission of FY19 Strategic Demolition Applications
-Resolution Providing for Appointments to the Board of Elections
-Resolution Providing for Appointments to the Emergency Preparedness Committee
Work Session:
-Discussion of Certain Non-Traffic Issues Regarding the Takoma Junction Site Plan

WEDNESDAY, MAY 23 – CITY COUNCIL MEETING, 7:00 PM (CC Auditorium)
Work Session:
– Follow Up to the May 16 Work Session – Discussion of Certain Non-traffic Issues Regarding the Takoma Junction Site Plan

For the Record:
– Presentation to Winners of the Mayor’s Essay Contest

– Nuclear-Free Takoma Park Committee Presentation of Recognition and Certificate of Compliance with the UN Treaty for the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons
Voting Session:
–  Second Reading Ordinance Approving Traffic Calming on Fifth Avenue between Orchard Avenue and Eastern Avenue

– Resolution Authorizing the Temporary Partial Closure of the Unit Block of Grant Avenue for the Grant Avenue Market
Work Session:
– Investment Adviser Presentation on Socially Responsible Investing
– State Legislative Advocate’s Report on the 2018 Legislative Session
– Third Quarter Financial Report

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6, 2018 – Reception for Immigrant Heritage Month (before the City Council meeting), 7:00 PM (Takoma Park Recreation Center, 7315 New Hampshire Avenue)

 WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6 – CITY COUNCIL MEETING, 7:30 PM (Takoma Park Recreation Center, 7315 New Hampshire Avenue)
Work Session:
– State Legislative Advocate’s Report on the 2018 Legislative Session
For the Record:
– Proclamation (Immigrant Heritage Month)

– Proclamation (Gun Violence Awareness Month)
Voting Session:
– Resolution Providing for Appointments to the Nuclear-Free Takoma Park Committee
– Resolution Providing for Appointments to the Commemoration Commission
Work Session:
– Consideration of Property Transfer between Former John Nevins Andrews School and Spring Park

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20 – Reception for City Board, Commission and Committee Volunteers, 6:30 – 7:30 PM (Atrium Lobby)

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20 – CITY COUNCIL MEETING, 7:30 PM (CC Auditorium)
For the Record:
– Recognition of Volunteers
– Youth Council Updae
Presentation:
– Report from M.A.N.U.P. (Making a New United People)
– Report on Takoma Junction Traffic Studies
– Presentation and Discussion of FY19 Community Grant Award Recommendations
Preliminary Matters (including Public Comments):
Voting Session:
– First Reading Ordinance Authorizing Property Transfer between the Former John Nevins Andrews School and Spring Park
– Single Reading Ordinance Authorizing Execution of a Contract for the Lunch and Learn Program
Work Session:
– Recommendations for Alternatives to Curb Painting

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27 – CITY COUNCIL MEETING, 7:00 PM (CC Auditorium)
Presentation (7:00 PM):
– Presentation on Purple Line Construction

Voting Session:
– Second Reading Ordinance Authorizing Property Transfer between the Former John Nevins Andrews School and Spring Park

– Single Reading Ordinance Awarding a Contract for Flower Avenue Green Street Construction
– Resolution Providing for Appointments to the Arts and Humanities Commission
– Resolution Providing for Appointments to the Recreation Committee
Work Session:
– Continued Discussion of Takoma Junction Project and Proposed Site Plan Adjustments

MONDAY, JULY 9, 2018 – One-on-One Conversations with City Councilmembers Regarding the Takoma Junction Project 

WEDNESDAY, JULY 11 – CITY COUNCIL MEETING, 7:30 PM (CC Auditorium)
Call to Order/Roll Call:
Additional Agenda Items/Agenda Scheduling Update:
For the Record:
Public Comments on Voting Items:
Voting Session:
– Single Reading Ordinance Authorizing Award of FY19 Community Grants

– Resolution Appointing the Takoma Park Poet Laureate
Other Public Comments:
City Manager Comments:

Work Session:
– Discussion of Resolution Regarding the Takoma Junction Site Plan

WEDNESDAY, JULY 18 – CITY COUNCIL MEETING, 7:30 PM (CC Auditorium)
Call to Order/Roll Call:
Additional Agenda Items/Agenda Scheduling Update:
For the Record:
Presentation:
– Report from the Police Chief
Public Comments on Voting Items:
Voting Session:
– First Reading Ordinance Authorizing FY 2019 Budget Amendment No. 1

– First Reading Ordinance Authorizing FY 2019 Stormwater Budget Amendment No. 1
– First Reading Ordinance Awarding a Contract for Lincoln Avenue Sidewalk Construction
– First Reading Ordinance Authorizing Purchase of Replacement Police Vehicles
– First Reading Ordinance Authorizing a Contract with the International Association of Chiefs of Police to Conduct a Promotional Process for the Police Department
– Resolution Authorizing the Temporary Closure of Anne Street on September 29 for a Night Market
– Single Reading Ordinance Awarding a Contract for Purchase of a Replacement Trash Truck and a Replacement Recycling Truck for the Public Works Department
– Single Reading Ordinance Awarding a Contract to Provide Recreation Services for People with Disabilities
– Single Reading Ordinance Authorizing Purchase of a Spacesaver Storage System for the Police Evidence and Property Room
Other Public Comments:
Council Comments:
City Manager Comments:
Work Session:
– Discussion of Formation of a Legal Services Review Advisory Group

– Discussion of Legislative Priorities to Submit to the Maryland Municipal League

WEDNESDAY, JULY 25 – CITY COUNCIL MEETING, 7:30 PM (CC Auditorium)
Call to Order/Roll Call:
Additional Agenda Items/Agenda Scheduling Update:
For the Record:
Public Comments on Items in the First Voting Session:
Voting Session:
– Second Reading Ordinance Authorizing FY 2019 Budget Amendment No. 1

– Second Reading Ordinance Authorizing FY 2019 Stormwater Budget Amendment No. 1
– Second Reading Ordinance Awarding a Contract for Lincoln Avenue Sidewalk Construction
– Second Reading Ordinance Authorizing Purchase of Replacement Police Vehicles
– Second Reading Ordinance Authorizing a Contract with the International Association of Chiefs of Police to Conduct a Promotional Process for the Police Department
– Resolution Authorizing Submission of Legislative Action Requests to the Maryland Municipal League
– Resolution Providing for a Reappointment to the Commission on Landlord-Tenant Affairs
– Resolution Setting Forth the City Council’s Summer Recess
Council Comments:
City Manager Comments:
Other Public Comments and Comments on the Resolution Regarding the Takoma Junction Site Plan:
Voting Session:
– Alternative Resolution Regarding the Takoma Junction Site Plan

– Resolution Regarding the Takoma Junction Site Plan

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 2018 – CITY COUNCIL MEETING, 6:00 PM (CC Auditorium)
Closed Session Vote (6:00 PM) – Discussion of pending litigation regarding Dorothy’s Woods
Presentations/Reports (7:30 PM):
– Presentation on Takoma Park Middle School Expansion

– Presentation on Streetlight LED Conversion
– Presentation of Proposed Waiver of City Option to Purchase 7905 Flower Avenue and Montgomery County’s Interest in Exercising Its Right of First Refusal
– Presentation of Request for Payment in Lieu of Property Taxes (PILOT) for 126-128 Lee Avenue (Homeless Coalition)
Voting Session:
– Single Reading Ordinance Authorizing the Purchase of Information Systems Items

– Single Reading Ordinance Awarding a Contract for Landscape Field Maintenance
– Single Reading Ordinance Approving a Partnership Contract for Community Play Activities
– Single Reading Ordinance Authorizing the Execution of a Contract for Design and Engineering Services for the New Ave Bikeways Project (Maryland Bikeways Grant)
Work Session:
– Discussion of Proposed Waiver of City Option to Purchase 7905 Flower Avenue and Montgomery County’s Interest in Exercising Its Right of First Refusal

– Discussion of Request for Payment in Lieu of Property Taxes (PILOT) for 126-128 Lee Avenue (Homeless Coalition)
– Discussion of Amendments to the Ethics Ordinance

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12 – CITY COUNCIL MEETING, 6:00 PM (CC Auditorium)
Closed Session Vote (6:00 PM) – Legal Advice on Business Request for Reduction of Personal Property Tax Payment
Public Hearing (7:30 PM):
– Public Hearing on Traffic Calming for the 700 Block of Houston Avenue
– Public Hearing on Traffic Calming for Hilltop Road between Geneva Avenue and Mississippi Avenue
Voting Session:
– Resolution Regarding Takoma Park Middle School Expansion
– Resolution Approving the Purchase of 7905 Flower Avenue by Montgomery County
– Single Reading Ordinance Authorizing Purchase and Installation of Emergency Equipment on Replacement Police Vehicles)
– Resolution Appointing a Legal Services Advisory Group
Work Session:
– Discussion of Traffic Calming for the 700 Block of Houston Avenue
– Discussion of Traffic Calming for Hilltop Road
– Update on Takoma Park Recreation Center Next Steps

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19 – CITY COUNCIL MEETING, 7:30 PM (CC Auditorium)
Voting Session:
– First Reading Ordinance Amending Chapter 3.04, Ethics, of the Takoma Park Code
– Resolution Providing for a Reappointment to the Tree Commission
Presentation:
– Takoma Park Property Tax Structure for Commercial Properties

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 24 – CITY COUNCIL AND COMMEMORATION COMMISSION JOINT MEETING, 7:45 PM (CC Hydrangea Room)

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26 – CITY COUNCIL ADMINISTRATIVE FUNCTION SESSION, 6:00 PM (Discussion of City Manager’s evaluation.) Administrative Function Sessions are closed to the public.

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26 – CITY COUNCIL MEETING, 7:30 PM (CC Auditorium)
Voting Session:
– First Reading Ordinance Approving Traffic Calming for Hilltop Road
– First Reading Ordinance Approving Payment in Lieu of Taxes (PILOT) Agreement for 126-128 Lee Avenue (Coalition Homes,d.b.a. Lee Homes, LLC)
– Second Reading Ordinance Amending Chapter 3.04, Ethics, of the Takoma Park Code
– Resolution Approving the City of Takoma Park’s Settlement with Fairview Investment Fund II, LP for the Preservation of the 2.68 ± Acres of Land Known as “Dorothy’s Woods”
(Consent Agenda)
– Single Reading Ordinance Authorizing the Purchase of Digital Signage for the Interior of the Community Center
– Resolution Providing for Appointments to the Ethics Commission
– Resolution Providing for Appointments to the Committee on the Environment
Work Session:
– Update on Major City Projects

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3 , 2018– CITY COUNCIL ADMINISTRATIVE FUNCTION SESSION, 6:00 PM (Discussion of City Manager’s evaluation.) Administrative Function Sessions are closed to the public.

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3 – CITY COUNCIL MEETING, 7:30 PM (CC Auditorium)
The Agenda Packet will be posted September 25.
Public Hearing:
– Public Hearing on Community Development Block Grant Program
Presentation:
– Presentation from International Dark Skies regarding the City’s Conversion to LED Streetlights (IDA Director, Jim Dougherty)
– Report on the City’s Energy Efficiency Efforts
For the Record:
– Proclamation of Energy Efficiency Day (October 5)
– Proclamation of Indigenous People’s Day (October 8)
Voting Session:
– Second Reading Ordinance Approving Traffic Calming for Hilltop Road
– Second Reading Ordinance Approving Payment in Lieu of Taxes (PILOT) Agreement for 126-128 Lee Avenue (Coalition Homes, d.b.a. Lee Homes, LLC)
– Single Reading Ordinance Authorizing the Purchase of Adobe Licenses
Work Session:
– Commemoration Commission Recognition Programs and Other Projects
– Review of Housing Component of Draft Housing and Economic Development Strategic Plan

MONDAY, OCTOBER 8 – CITY COUNCIL SITE VISIT (LED STREETLIGHTS)

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 10 – No City Council meeting

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 17 – CITY COUNCIL MEETING, 7:30 PM (CC Auditorium)
For the Record:
– Proclamation of International Pronouns Day
Voting Session:
– Single Reading Ordinance Authorizing Purchases of Information Systems Items

– Resolution Providing for a Reappointment to the Ethics Commission
Work Session:
– Discussion of Housing Component of the Draft Housing and Economic Development Strategic Plan
– Discussion of LED Streetlight Conversion
– Discussion of Community Development Block Grant Projects

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 24 – CITY COUNCIL MEETING, 7:30 PM (CC Auditorium)
Voting Session:
– Resolution Regarding LED Streetlight Conversion
– First Reading Ordinance Approving Contract for LED Streetlight Conversion
Consent Agenda:
– Resolution Endorsing the FY 20 Community Development Block Grant Program
– Single Reading Ordinance Authorizing Purchase of Police Body Worn Cameras and In Car Camera Systems
Work Session:
– Discussion of Amendment to Takoma Park Code, Chapter 8.36, Commercial Management Districts and Authorities
– Discussion of the Proposed Approach to Council Review of the Tree Ordinance and Tree Canopy Goals
– Discussion of Proposed Amendments to Takoma Park Code Chapter 11.12, Permits and Improvements to Regulate the Installation of Telecommunications Equipment in City Rights-of-Way
– Overview of Amendments to Takoma Park Code, Purchasing, Chapters 7.04, 7.08, and 7.12
– Discussion of Composition of the Youth Council

MONDAY, OCTOBER 29 – CITY COUNCIL MEETING, 7:30 PM (CC Auditorium)
Presentation:
– Emergency Preparedness Committee “Stop the Bleed” Program
Work Session:
– Discussion of Housing Component of the Draft Housing and Economic Development Strategic Plan

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 2018 – CITY COUNCIL MEETING, 7:30 PM (CC Auditorium)
Voting Session:
– Second Reading Ordinance Approving Contract for LED Streetlight Conversion
– First Reading Ordinance Amending Takoma Park Code, Chapter 8.36, Commercial Management Districts and Authorities
– Resolution Revising the Composition and Terms of the Youth Council and Providing for Appointments for the 2018-2019 Term
– Resolution Providing for an Appointment to the Commission on Landlord-Tenant Affairs
– Resolution Providing for Appointments to the Committee on the Environment
– Resolution Providing for Appointments to the Grants Review Committee
– Resolution Providing for an Appointment to the Noise Control Board
– Resolution Providing for an Appointment to the Ethics Commission
Work Session:
– Discussion of Ordinance Amending Takoma Park Code, Purchasing, Chapters 7.04, 7.08, and 7.12
– First Quarter Financial Report
– Discussion of FY 2019 Budget Amendment No. 2

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14 – CITY COUNCIL MEETING, 7:30 PM (CC Auditorium)
Presentation:
– Presentation of a Subdivision Application for 430-434 Ethan Allen Avenue (Plan #120160170)
– 2019 Legislative Priorities
Voting Session:
– Second Reading Ordinance Amending Takoma Park Code, Chapter 8.36, Commercial Management Districts and Authorities
– First Reading Ordinance Amending Takoma Park Code, Purchasing, Chapters 7.04, 7.08, and 7.12
– First Reading Ordinance Designating Revenues from the Takoma Junction Project to the City’s Affordable Housing Fund
– First Reading Ordinance Approving FY 2019 Budget Amendment No. 2
Work Session:
– Work Session on a Subdivision Application for 430-434 Ethan Allen Avenue (Plan #120160170)
– Review of Scope of Work for Public Land Management Plan
– Review of Scope of Work for Parking Management Plan
– Discussion on Amending Takoma Park Code, Chapter 11.12, Permits and Improvements to Regulate the Installation of Telecommunications Equipment in City Rights-of-Way

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 2018 – CITY COUNCIL MEETING (CC Auditorium)
Presentation:
– FY 2018 Audit Report
– Police Employees’ Retirement Plan Actuarial Valuation
– Montgomery College Presentation on Math and Science Building
Voting Session:
– Second Reading Ordinance Amending Takoma Park Code, Purchasing, Chapters 7.04, 7.08, and 7.12
– Second Reading Ordinance Approving FY 2019 Budget Amendment No. 2
– Second Reading Ordinance Designating Revenues from the Takoma Junction Development to the City’s Affordable Housing Fund
– Resolution of Intent to Proceed with the Takoma Park Recreation Center Land Swap
– Single Reading Ordinance Approving a Contract for Comprehensive Home Energy Efficiency Services
Consent Agenda:
– Single Reading Ordinance Authorizing Execution of a Grant Agreement with Takoma Park Folk Festival, Inc.
– Single Reading Ordinance Authorizing Purchase of a Police Dispatch Console
– Resolution Providing for a Reappointment to the Committee on the Environment
– Resolution Providing for an Appointment to the Safe Roadways Committee
– Resolution Providing for an Appointment to the Commemoration Commission
Work Session:
– Discussion of Updated Cultural Plan
– Discussion of Boards, Commissions, and Committees – Minimum Age for Members
– Discussion of Amending Takoma Park Code, Chapter 11.12, Permits and Improvements to Regulate
the Installation of Telecommunications Equipment in City Rights-of-Way

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 5, 2018 – CITY COUNCIL MEETING (CC Auditorium)
Public Hearing:
– Public Hearing on Amending Takoma Park Code, Chapter 11.12, Permits and Improvements to Regulate the Installation of Telecommunications Equipment in City Rights-of-Way
Voting Session:
– Resolution Identifying the Council’s Goals in Amending Takoma Park Code, Chapter 11.12, Permits and Improvements to Regulate the Installation of Telecommunications Equipment in City Rights-of-Way
– First Reading Ordinance Amending Takoma Park Code, Chapter 11.12, Permits and Improvements to Regulate the Installation of Telecommunications Equipment in City Rights-of-Way
– Single Reading Ordinance Authorizing Purchase of a Police Dispatch Console
– Resolution Adopting the 2019 Cultural Plan
– Resolution Regarding Montgomery College Math and Science Building
– Resolution Adopting 2019 Legislative Priorities
– Resolution Setting Forth the Dates for the City Council’s Winter Recess
Work Session:
– Update on Process to Review Commercial Property Tax

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 19, 2018 – CITY COUNCIL AND 20TH DISTRICT DELEGATION JOINT PRIORITIES MEETING (CC Auditorium)

2019 CITY COUNCIL AGENDAS

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 9, 2018 – CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING, 7:30 PM (CC Auditorium)
Voting Session:
– Second Reading Ordinance Amending Takoma Park Code, Chapter 11.12, Permits and Improvements to Regulate the Installation of Telecommunications Equipment in City Rights-of-Way
– Ordinance Approving Contract for Officiating for Recreation Sports Programs
– Resolution Providing for an Appointment to the Commemoration Commission
– Resolution Providing for an Appointment to the Tree Commission
Work Session:
– Report on the Impervious Area Study

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 16 – CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING, 7:30 PM (CC Auditorium)
Presentations:
– Report from “The Last Plastic Straw Takoma Park” (TLPSTP)
Work Session:
– Discussion of Definition of Commercial Property
– Discussion of Draft Housing and Economic Development Strategic Plan

MONDAY, JANUARY 14 – GREEN TEAM MEETING (CITY COUNCIL & COMMITTEE ON THE ENVIRONMENT), 7:00 PM (CC Azalea Room) CANCELED (SNOW)
– Introductions
– Updates on Energy Sustainability and Other Environmental Efforts, and latest GHG Inventory, outlook for new action plan
– Review of Previous Green Team Priorities
– City Council Perspectives on Environmental Sustainability within Current Priorities
– Review of DRAFT new Green Team Priorities
– Discussion of Broad strokes future actions on Priorities 1 and 2 (or other priorities as defined)
– Wrap-up and Next Steps

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 23 – GREEN TEAM MEETING (CITY COUNCIL & COMMITTEE ON THE ENVIRONMENT), 6:00 – 7:30 PM (CC Auditorium)
– Introductions
– Updates on Energy Sustainability and Other Environmental Efforts, and Latest GHG Inventory, Outlook for New Action Plan
– Review of Previous Green Team Priorities
– City Council Perspectives on Environmental Sustainability within Current Priorities
– Review of DRAFT new Green Team Priorities
– Discussion of Broad Strokes Future Actions on Priorities 1 and 2 (or Other Priorities as Defined)
– Wrap-up and Next Steps

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 23 – CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING, 7:30 PM (CC Auditorium)
Presentation:
– Crossroads Community Food Network Update
Work Session:
– Update and Review of Council Priorities
– Review of Council Procedures

THURSDAY, JANUARY 24 – CITY COUNCIL RETREAT (CC Hydrangea Room)

TUESDAY, JANUARY 29 – CITY COUNCIL RETREAT (CC Hydrangea Room) CANCELED due to weather

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 30, 2019 – CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING, 7:30 PM (CC Auditorium)
Voting Session:
– Resolution Adopting a Definition of Commercial Property
– Resolution Adopting Council Procedures
– Single Reading Ordinance Approving a Contract for Window Replacement
Work Session:
– Quarterly Financial Reports – First and Second Quarters of FY 2019
– 2018 Emergency Operations Plan

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 2019 – CITY COUNCIL RETREAT #2, 6:30 PM (CC Hydrangea Room)

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 2019 – CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING 7:30 PM (CC Auditorium)
Presentation:
– Chuck Bean, Executive Director of the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments (COG)
Voting Session:
– Resolution Adopting the 2018 Emergency Operations Plan
Work Session:
– Discussion of Amendment to Resolution 2018-63 (Regarding the Montgomery College Math and Science Building) to Clarify that No Change in the Width of the Fenton Street Right-of-Way is Needed by the City
– FY 2019 Budget Amendment No. 3

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 2019 – CITY COUNCIL PRIORITIES SESSION WITH DEPARTMENT HEADS, 6:00 – 7:15 PM (CC Azalea Room)

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 2019 – CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING, 7:30 PM (CC Auditorium)
Voting Session:
– First Reading Ordinance Approving FY 2019 Budget Amendment No. 3
– Resolution Amending Resolution 2018-63 (Regarding the Montgomery College Math and Science Building) to Clarify that No Change in the Width of the Fenton Street Right-of-Way is Needed by the City
– Resolution Opposing Widening of the Capital Beltway
Work Session:
– Report Out on Council Retreats

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 2019 – CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING, 7:30 PM (CC Auditorium) CANCELED DUE TO SNOW

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 2019 – PEPCO PRESENTATION ON UTILITY WORK IN THE CITY AND PUBLIC Q&A SESSION, 6:00 – 7:30 PM (CC Auditorium)

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 2019 – CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING, 7:30 PM (CC Auditorium)
Voting Session:
– Second Reading Ordinance Approving FY 2019 Budget Amendment No. 3
Work Session:
– Update from the Youth Council and Discussion of Revisions to the Youth Council Charter (? checking availability)
– Council Priorities and Approach to Budgeting for FY 2020
– Proposed Ordinance Prohibiting the Commercial Use of Plastic Beverage Straws and Stirrers
– Discussion of Committee Appointments

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 6, 2019 – Swearing in of Deputy Police Chief, 6:00 PM (CC Auditorium)

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 6, 2019 – INFORMATION SESSION ON ACCESSORY DWELLING UNITS (ACCESSORY APARTMENTS), 7:00 – 7:30 PM (CC Auditorium)

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 6, 2019 – CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING, 7:30 PM (CC Auditorium)
Presentation:
– Report on Resident Survey
– Police Department Annual Report
Voting Session:
– Resolution Adopting the Amended Youth Council Charter
– Resolution Providing for Appointments to the Arts and Humanities Commission
– Resolution Providing for Appointments to the Emergency Preparedness Committee
– Resolution Providing for an Appointment to the Ethics Commission
– Resolution Authorizing the Closure of Anne Street for the Takoma/Langley CDA Spring Fest
Work Session:
– Discussion of Climate Change Emergency Resolution

THURSDAY, MARCH 7, 2019 – CITY COUNCIL ADMINISTRATIVE FUNCTION SESSION, 6:00 PM. The City Council will meet with the City Attorney in Administrative Function Session. (Administrative Function Sessions are closed to the public.)

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13, 2019 – CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING, 7:30 PM (CC Auditorium)
Public Hearing:
– Proposed Ordinance Prohibiting the Commercial Use of Plastic Beverage Straws and Stirrers
Reports:
– Youth Council Update
Voting Session:
– Resolution Adopting FY 2020 Green Team Priorities
– Resolution Adopting FY 2020 Council Priorities
– Resolution Declaring Climate Emergency
– Single Reading Ordinance Authorizing a Contract for Architectural Services
Work Session:
– Discussion of the Economic Development Section of the Housing and Economic Development Strategic Plan and Update on Economic Development Activities
– Discussion of Accessory Dwelling Units and ZTA-19-01
– Discussion of Committee Appointments

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20, 2019 – CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING, 7:30 PM (CC Auditorium)
For the Record:
– MeatOut Day Proclamation (March 20)
– Love Your Local (Independent Business) (March 30)
– Arbor Day Proclamation (April 6)
Presentation:
– Update on Library Renovation
– NDC Update on Takoma Junction Project
Voting Session:
– First Reading Ordinance Prohibiting the Commercial Use of Plastic Beverage Straws and Stirrers
– Resolution Regarding Accessory Dwelling Units and ZTA-19-01
– Resolutions Providing for Reappointments to the Facade Advisory Board

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 27, 2019 – The City Council will not meet.

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 3, 2019 – CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING, 7:30 PM (CC Auditorium)
Presentation:
– City Manager’s Recommended FY 2020 Budget
Voting Session:
– Second Reading Ordinance Prohibiting the Commercial Use of Plastic Beverage Straws and Stirrers
Work Session:
– Discussion of Reorganization of the Safe Roadways Committee

MONDAY, APRIL 8, 2019 – INFORMAL DROP-IN BUDGET OPEN HOUSE, 6:00-7:15 PM (CC Hydrangea Room)

MONDAY, APRIL 8, 2019 – CITY COUNCIL BUDGET WORK SESSION, 7:30 PM (CC Auditorium)
Budget Work Session:
– Discussion of Proposed Budget

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10, 2019 – CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING, 7:30 PM (CC Auditorium)
Public Hearing:
– City Manager’s Proposed FY 2020 Budget
Report:
– Report on “What’s My Bias” Training
Voting Session:
– First Reading Ordinance Approving Land Exchange for the Takoma Park Recreation Center
– Single Reading Ordinance Authorizing Execution of a Contract for Stormwater Outfall Evaluation and Testing
– Single Reading Ordinance Authorizing Execution of a Contract for Updating the Sustainable Energy Action Plan and Greenhouse Gas Inventory
– Single Reading Ordinance Authorizing Execution of a Contract for the Auditorium Digital Video Upgrade and New Touch Panel Control System
Work Session:
– Discussion of Committee Appointments

MONDAY, APRIL 15, 2019 – INFORMAL DROP-IN BUDGET OPEN HOUSE, 6:00-7:15 PM (Takoma Park Recreation Center, 7315 New Hampshire Avenue)

MONDAY, APRIL 15, 2019 – CITY COUNCIL BUDGET WORK SESSION, 7:30 PM (Takoma Park Recreation Center, 7315 New Hampshire Avenue)
Budget Work Session:
– Options for Service and Program Reductions

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17, 2019 – CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING, 7:30 PM (CC Auditorium)
Voting Session:
– Second Reading Ordinance Approving Land Exchange for the Takoma Park Recreation Center (deferred)
– Resolution Providing for Appointments to the Facade Advisory Board
– Resolution Providing for Appointment to the Committee on the Environment
Work Session:
– Legislative Wrap-Up with the Legislative Advocate

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24 – CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING, 7:30 PM (CC Auditorium)
Public Hearings:
– Constant Yield Tax Rate
– FY 2020 Budget
Work Session:
– Discussion of Committee Appointments
– Budget Reconciliation

MONDAY, APRIL 29 – CITY COUNCIL BUDGET WORK SESSION (CC Auditorium)
Budget Work Session:
– Budget Reconciliation

WEDNESDAY, MAY 1 – CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING (CC Auditorium)
Voting Session:
– Resolution Supporting Refugee Resettlement in Takoma Park
– Second Reading Ordinance Approving Land Exchange for the Takoma Park Recreation Center (deferred from 4/17)
– Single Reading Ordinance Approving a Contract for Tree Removal Service
– Resolution Providing for an Appointment to the Arts and Humanities Commission
Work Session:
– Budget Reconciliation

WEDNESDAY, MAY 8 – CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING (CC Auditorium)
Proclamation:
– Bike to Work Day (May 17, 2019)
– Public Service Recognition Week Proclamation (May 5-11, 2019)
Presentation:
– Erik Wangsness, President of Washington Adventist Hospital – Relocation Plans for the Hospital
Voting Session:
– First Reading Ordinance Adopting the FY 2020 Tax Rates
– First Reading Ordinance Adopting the FY 2020 Stormwater Management Budget
– First Reading Ordinance Adopting the FY 2020 Budget
– Single Reading Ordinance Awarding a Contract for a Video Security System
Work Session:
– Committee Appointments

WEDNESDAY, MAY 15 – Committee Volunteer Reception (6:30 – 7:30 PM)

WEDNESDAY, MAY 15 – CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING (CC Auditorium)
Voting Session:
– Second Reading Ordinance Adopting the FY 2020 Tax Rates
– Second Reading Ordinance Adopting the FY 2020 Stormwater Management Budget
– Second Reading Ordinance Adopting the FY 2020 Budget
– Resolution Supporting Regionalism in the Washington Metropolitan Area
– Resolution Providing for a Reappointment to the Noise Control Board
– Resolution Providing for Reappointments to the Recreation Committee
– Resolution Providing for Reappointments to the Nuclear-Free Takoma Park Committee
Work Session:
– Next Steps on Parking Management Project

WEDNESDAY, MAY 22, 2019 – CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING (CC Auditorium)
Voting Session:
– First Reading Ordinance Reestablishing the Safe Roadways Committee as the Complete Safe Streets Committee
– Single Reading Ordinance Awarding a Contract for Tree Planting
Work Session:
– Closure of One Lane of Laurel Avenue
– Contract for Restoration of the Surface of the Community Center Pedestrian Bridge
– FY20 Budget Process Review

WEDNESDAY, MAY 29 – The City Council will NOT meet.

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5 – CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING, 7:30 PM (Takoma Park Recreation Center, 7315 New Hampshire Avenue
For the Record:
– Immigrant Heritage Month Proclamation
– Gun Violence Awareness Day Proclamation
– Chesapeake Bay Awareness Week Proclamation
Voting Session:
– Second Reading Ordinance Reestablishing the Safe Roadways Committee as the Complete Safe Streets Committee
– Single Reading Ordinance Awarding a Contract for Surface Restoration of the Community Center Pedestrian Bridge
Work Session:
– Presentation and Discussion of Community Grant Award Recommendations
– Presentation and Discussion of Board of Elections’ Recommendations for City Charter and Code Amendments
– Personnel Compensation Overview
Vote to Convene in Closed Session:
– Matters Related to Collective Bargaining Negotiations

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12 – CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING, 7:30 PM (CC Auditorium)
Presentation and Public Hearing:
– Small Cell Wireless Regulations
Voting Session:
– Single Reading Ordinance Approving a Contract for the 2019 Lunch and Learn Program
– Single Reading Ordinance Approving a Contract for Mentoring Services
Work Session:
– Housing and Economic Development Strategic Plan Update
– Discussion of Request to Donate Real Property to the City (6507 Kansas Lane)
– Discussion of Committee Appointments

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19 – JOINT MEETING OF THE CITY COUNCIL, RECREATION DEPARTMENT, AND RECREATION COMMITTEE, 6:00 – 7:15 PM (CC Azalea Room)
– Recreation Committee Work Priorities and Goals
– Recreation Department Services and Programs
– Going Forward:
– New Hampshire Avenue Recreation Center Project
– Celebrate Takoma
– Recreation Committee Coordination with the City Council and Recreation Department

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19 – CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING, 7:30 PM (CC Auditorium)
Voting Session:
– Single Reading Ordinance Awarding FY20 Community Grants
– Single Reading Ordinance Approving the Purchase of a Leaf Vacuum
– Resolution Authorizing the Temporary Partial Closure of Anne Street for the Crossroads Night Market (September 28)
– Resolution Regarding Request to Donate Property to the City (6507 Kansas Lane)
– Resolutions Providing for Appointments to Committees
– Resolution Appointing the Youth Council Advisor
Work Session:
– Small Cell Wireless Regulations
– Overview of Tree Ordinance Review Process and Tree Canopy Goals

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 26 – The City Council will NOT meet.

WEDNESDAY, JULY 3 – The City Council will NOT meet.

THURSDAY, JULY 4 – Independence Day. City offices and facilities are closed for the Independence Day holiday.

WEDNESDAY, JULY 10 – CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING, 7:30 PM (CC Auditorium)
Presentation:
– Legal Services Review Advisory Group Report Presentation
Voting Session:
– First Reading Ordinance Adopting a Pay Structure for Staff That Are Not Members of a Collective Bargaining Unit
– Resolution Authorizing Retention of Specialized Legal Counsel Regarding Certain Land Use Questions
Work Session:
– Discussion of Parking Management Task Force
– Discussion of MML Legislative Action Requests
– Discussion of Committee Appointments

WEDNESDAY, JULY 17 – Presentation on Flood Plains and Flood Plain Delineation Studies – Bill Musico, Senior Permitting Services Specialist/Floodplain Coordinator for the Montgomery County Department of Permitting Services, 6:30 – 7:15 PM (CC Auditorium)
This presentation is intended to provide background information that will help the City Council and the public better understand the flood plain issues related to the Library Project.

WEDNESDAY, JULY 17 – CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING, 7:30 PM (CC Auditorium)
Voting Session:
– Second Reading Ordinance Adopting a Pay Structure for Staff That Are Not Members of a Collective Bargaining Unit
– Resolution Providing for Reappointments to the Committee on the Environment
– Resolution Providing for Reappointments to the Arts and Humanities Commission
– Resolution Providing for Reappointments to the Board of Elections
Work Session:
– Discussion of Hazard Mitigation Plan
– Discussion of Police Matters
– Discussion of FY 2020 Budget Amendment No. 1

MONDAY, JULY 22 – CITY COUNCIL SPECIAL MEETING ON TREE ORDINANCE/TREE CANOPY, 7:00 – 8:30 PM (CC Azalea Room)
– Introductions and Overview
– Presentation and Discussion of Tree Ordinance Recommendations (lead: Tree Commission)
– Discussion of Development of Tree Canopy Goals (lead: Committee on the Environment)
– Looking Ahead: A) Anticipated Timeline; B) Other Outreach Efforts

WEDNESDAY, JULY 24 – CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING, 7:30 PM (CC Auditorium)
Voting Session:
– First Reading Ordinance Approving FY 2020 Budget Amendment No. 1
– First Reading Ordinance Approving FY 2020 Stormwater Management Budget Amendment No. 1
– First Reading Ordinance Adopting a Pay Structure for Staff That Are Members of AFSCME
– Resolution Authorizing Submission of MML Legislative Action Requests
– Resolution Adopting Hazard Mitigation Plan
Work Session:
– Overview of Library Project and Discussion of Architect’s Contract
– Discussion of Council Compensation Committee
– City Manager’s Overview of Projects in the City
– Discussion of Committee Appointments

WEDNESDAY, JULY 31 – CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING, 7:30 PM (CC Auditorium)
Voting Session:
– Second Reading Ordinance Approving FY 2020 Budget Amendment No. 1
– Second Reading Ordinance Approving FY 2020 Stormwater Management Budget Amendment No. 1
– Second Reading Ordinance Adopting a Pay Structure for Staff That Are Members of AFSCME
– Single Reading Ordinance Awarding a Contract for Architectural Design Services for the Library
– Single Reading Ordinance Awarding a Contract for Community Play
– Resolution Setting Forth the Dates of the City Council Summer Recess
– Resolution Providing for Appointments to the 2019-2020 Youth Council
– Resolution Providing for a Reappointment to the Board of Elections
– Resolution Providing for a Reappointment to the Commission on Landlord-Tenant Affairs
– Resolution Providing for Appointments to the Committee on the Environment
– Resolution Providing for Appointments to the Complete Safe Streets Committee
– Resolution Providing for an Appointment to the Recreation Committee

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