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Saturday, March 30, 2013

Mayor and Council Agenda 4/2/2013


AGENDA
MAYOR AND COUNCIL MEETING
TUESDAY, APRIL 2, 2013
COUNCIL CHAMBERS, UPPER LEVEL
7:00 PM


PUBLIC HEARING

Traffic Calming Petition (Speed Hump) 4200-4500 block of 30th Street

FOLLOWING THE PUBLIC HEARING THE MAYOR AND COUNCIL WILL VOTE TO ADJOURN THE HEARING PROCEED INTO A REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING


Call to Order and Pledge of Allegiance
Review and Approval of Agenda
Review and Approval of Minutes
Official Reports
            Mayor
            Council
            City Manager
            Department Heads

General Public Comment (limited to three (3) minutes per person per subject matter)


New Business

Ordinance 1-2013 Eminent Domain - (First Reading)
Community Garden Request for Funding Support from the City $1,500 suggested- (Vote to approve)
Northwestern HS Choral Society fundraiser to South Africa - (Discussion and Vote to approve amount of monetary support)
Residential Parking Permits – (Chief Scott, Councilmember’s Tarlau and Bolin)
Launch Pad in Arts District – (Councilmember Updike)                                                                   
Composition of Committees/Committee Responsibilities – Draft (Review and Vote to approve)


Rules for Speakers

The Mayor and City Council invite and welcome comments at public meetings.  The Mayor or presiding officer will recognize you.   Please introduce yourself at the podium (spelling your last name, for recording purposes) and give the name of your street and block number (e.g., 4300 block of 34th St.).  Time limits for speaking are indicated on the meeting agenda. 
While speaking, please maintain a courteous tone and avoid personal attacks.

If you wish to lodge a complaint about the performance or conduct of any City employee, please bring your concern to the attention of the City Manager, who will look into the matter and respond to you.

As a courtesy to other residents and businesses, the Council requests that speakers not use specific addresses or names of individuals when describing a situation or making a complaint.  Noting the block is preferred over a specific address.

Code enforcement and public safety issues should first be brought to the attention of the appropriate department and/or one of your Council members.

Please Note:   Pursuant to the Annotated Code of Maryland, State Government Article Section 10-508(a), the Council by majority vote may retire to executive or closed session at any time during the meeting. Should the Council retire to executive or closed session the chair will announce the reasons and a report will be issued at a future meeting disclosing the reasons for such session.



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