City of College Park, Maryland

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING(S)


Tuesday, June 13, 2017 
7:30 p.m. 
2nd Floor Council Chambers 
City Hall 
4500 Knox Road 
College Park, MD  20740 

#1: 
PETITION REQUEST FOR TRAFFIC CALMING IN THE 5000 BLOCK OF NANTUCKET ROAD 

#2: 
PETITION REQUEST FOR TRAFFIC CALMING IN THE 9600 BLOCK OF 47TH PLACE

#3:
ORDINANCE 17-O-06
An EmergencyOrdinance of The Mayor and Council of the City of College Park Amending Chapter 1, “General Provisions”, By Enacting Article II, “Required Public Notice”, §1-4, “Public Notice Required by City Charter” to determine the Additional Methods for Giving Public Notice When Required by the City Charter.
 
 




NOTICE OF FAIR SUMMARY 



ORDINANCE 17-O-05  

An Ordinance of the Mayor and Council of the City of College Park, Amending Chapter 110 “Fees and Penalties”, by Repealing and Reenacting §110-1 “Fees and Interests” To Include Fees for Leaf Mulch, Wood Mulch, and Smartleaf Compost; Fees for Product Delivery; and a Leaf Tipping Fee.

This Ordinance was introduced on May 9, 2017, a Public Hearing was held on May 23, 2017, it was adopted on May 23, 2017, and will become effective on July 1, 2017.

CHARTER RESOLUTION 17-CR-01 

A Charter Resolution of the Mayor and Council of the City of College Park, to Repeal the City of College Park Charter in its Entirety and to Enact a New Charter, Thereby Amending And/Or Renumbering Section C1–1 Incorporation, §C1-3 General Powers, §C1-4 Public Notice, Section C2–1 Corporate Limits, § C3-1 Elected Officers of the City, §C3-2 Holding Multiple Offices, §C3-3 Oath Of Office. C3-4 Compensation, C3-4 Compensation, §C4-2 Registration of Voters, §C4-3 Supervisors of Elections, §C4-4 Other Election Officials, §C4-5 Petitions for Candidacy; Employees, §C4-7 Equal Privileges For Women, §C6-1 General Provisions. §C6-2 Quorum, §C6-3 Executive Sessions, §C7-3 Police Force, §C7-4 Borrowing and Contract Obligations. §C7-5 Franchises, § C7-7 Preservation Of Health, §C7-9 Refuse Collection and Disposal Service. §C7-10 Specific Powers, §C8-1 Enactment, §C8-2 Passage, §C8-3 Enforcement, §C9-3 City Manager, §C10-9 City Council Action On Capital Improvement Program, §C10-10 Financial Statement and Independent Audit, §C10-11 Property Subject to Taxation, Rates, Levy and Collections; Admissions and Amusement Tax,§C10-2 Preparation of Budget, §C10-3 City Council Action on Budget, §C10-7 Overspending of Appropriations Prohibited,§C11-5 Special Assessments, §C12-5 Incorporation of Laws by Reference, §C13-1 Definitions, §C13-2 Powers of City, §C13-3 Establishment of Agency, §C13-4 Initiation of Project,§ C13-5 Preparation of Plan, §C13-6 Disposal of Property,§ C13-7 Eminent Domain, Deleting §C6-3 Statutory Requirements, §C9-4 Health Officer, §C10-10 Public Records and §C11-4 Contractors and Making Conforming Changes.


This Charter Resolution was introduced on April 11, 2017, a Public Hearing was held on April 25, 2017, it was adopted on April 25, 2017 and will become effective upon the fiftieth day (June 14, 2017) after its passage unless a successful petition to referendum in accordance with Article 23A §13 of the Annotated Code of Maryland occurs within forty days (June 4, 2017). 

ORDINANCE 17-O-03

An Ordinance of the Mayor and Council of the City of College Park, Amending Chapter 110 “Fees and Penalties”, By Repealing and Reenacting §110-1 “Fees and Interests” To Decrease the Monthly Permit Parking Fee in the Lord Calvert Manor Area, For Zones 11 and 11A and on Knox Road and Hartwick Road.

This Ordinance was introduced on March 28, 2017, a Public Hearing was held on April 11, 2017, it was adopted on April 11, 2017, and will become effective on July 1, 2017.

    

    

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