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Monday, January 5, 2014 - 7 P.M. - Arundel Center - Legislative Day No. 1 and Public Hearings
Bill No. 80-14
by Mr. Walker, Chairman
An Ordinance concerning: Special Community Benefit Districts – General Provisions – Use of Special Community Benefit District Taxes – For the purpose of amending certain provisions for Special Community Benefit Districts to require that revenue generated by the District is used only for improvements to benefit all persons or property assessed a special tax for the Special Community Benefit District; and generally related to taxes.
Bill No. 81-14
by Mr. Walker, Chairman
An Ordinance concerning: Zoning – Maritime Districts – Non-Water Dependent Projects – For the purpose of defining a certain term; adding certain non-water dependent projects as a permitted use in certain Maritime districts; and generally related to zoning.
Bill No. 82-14
by Mr. Fink and Mr. Peroutka 
An Ordinance concerning: Zoning – Workforce Housing – For the purpose of removing workforce housing as a special exception use in R2 and R5 residential zoning districts; providing for the application of this Ordinance; and generally related to zoning.
Bill No. 83-14
by Mr. Walker, Chairman
An Ordinance concerning: Construction and Property Maintenance Codes Supplement – Construction Code Administrative Provisions – Permits – Agricultural Buildings – For the purpose of amending language exempting certain agricultural buildings from permit requirements of the Construction Code; and generally relating to the Construction Codes.
Bill No. 84-14 I Fiscal Note
by Mr. Walker, Chairman (by request of the County Executive)
An Emergency Ordinance concerning: Capital Budget and Program – Mill Creek SPS Upg– Fund Transfer – For the purpose of amending the Capital Budget by transferring an appropriation of funds from the Cinder Cove SPS Mods capital project to the Mill Creek SPS Upg capital project; amending the Capital Program and Capital Projects Bond Ordinance; and making this Ordinance an emergency measure.
 
Monday, January 20, 2015 - 7 P.M. - Arundel Center - Legislative Day No. 2 and Public Hearings
Bill No. 85-14 I Fiscal Note
by Mr. Walker, Chairman (by request of the County Executive)
An Emergency Ordinance concerning: Capital Budget and Program – Harmans Road Culvert Rehab – Fund Transfer – For the purpose of amending the Capital Budget by transferring an appropriation of funds from the New Cut Rd Cul Rep capital project to the Harmans Road Culvert Rehab capital project; amending the Capital Program and Capital Projects Bond Ordinance; and making this Ordinance an emergency measure.
Bill No. 86-14 I Fiscal Note
by Mr. Walker, Chairman (by request of the County Executive)
An Emergency Ordinance concerning: Transfer of Appropriation – Contingency Account – Fire Department – Grants, Contributions & Other – For the purpose of transferring an appropriation of funds from the Contingency Account of the Chief Administrative Officer to the Fire Department; making this Ordinance an emergency measure; and generally relating to transferring appropriations of funds in the current expense budget for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2015.
Bill No. 87-14 I Fiscal Note
by Mr. Walker, Chairman (by request of the County Executive)
An Ordinance concerning: Sylvan Shores Special Community Benefit District – For the purpose of establishing the Sylvan Shores Special Community Benefit District; establishing the purposes of the District and the manner of assessment for the District; and designating a civic or community association to administer the expenditures of the District.
Resolution No. 54-14 I Fiscal Note
by Mr. Walker, Chairman (by request of the County Executive)
Resolution approving the application to the Governor’s Office of Crime Control and Prevention for a grant under the Byrne - Justice Assistance Grant Program for Drug Court Mobile Testing and recognizing the County Executive’s authority to act in connection with the grant.
Resolution No. 55-14 I Fiscal Note
by Mr. Walker, Chairman (by request of the County Executive)
Resolution approving the application to the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, Center for Tobacco Prevention and Control for a grant under the Tobacco Enforcement Initiative grant program and recognizing the County Executive’s authority to act in connection with the grant.
Resolution No. 56-14 I Fiscal Note
by Mr. Walker, Chairman (by request of the County Executive)
Resolution approving the application to the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, Center for Tobacco Prevention and Control for a grant under the Tobacco Use Prevention and Cessation Grant program and recognizing the County Executive’s authority to act in connection with the grant.
Resolution No. 57-14
by Mr. Walker, Chairman (by request of the County Executive)
Resolution Resolution approving the application to the United States Department of Health and Human Services, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration for a grant under the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services grant program and recognizing the County Executive’s authority to act in connection with the grant.
Resolution No. 58-14 I Fiscal Note
by Mr. Walker, Chairman (by request of the County Executive)
Resolution approving the application to the Maryland Highway Safety Office, Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration for a grant for “Parent Education:  Prevent Hosting Underage Drinking Parties” and recognizing the County Executive’s authority to act in connection with the grant.
 
Monday, February 2, 2015 - 7 P.M. - Arundel Center - Legislative Day No. 3 and Public Hearings
 
Tuesday, February 17, 2015 - 7 P.M. - Arundel Center - Legislative Day No. 4 and Public Hearings
 
PLEASE NOTE: Speakers are customarily limited to no more than two minutes of testimony. Written testimony of any length is welcome; please provide 10 copies. Unless otherwise noted, sign-ups begin at 6:30 p.m. in the lobby of the Arundel Center.
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Persons requiring special accommodations for a County Council meeting may contact the Council office at 410-222-1401 at least five business days before the meeting. We are now part of the Maryland Relay Service (MRS); 1-800-735-2258 - TT/VOICE 410-111-1401.
TELEVISED COUNTY COUNCIL MEETINGS
County Council meetings are televised live beginning at 7:00 p.m. on the first and third Mondays of each month (holiday exceptions) and replayed on the following Monday on the channels listed below.
ALL COUNCIL LEGISLATION AVAILABLE:
  • for review on the County’s web site: www.aacounty.org; (Updates take 2-3 days following Council meetings)
  • for review at all Anne Arundel County Libraries; and
  • by calling the County Council office at 410-222-1401
  • by tuning in to the following cable channel bulletin boards for a listing of legislation to be heard on January 5, 2015: 
Comcast – AnnapolisChannel 98  Council meetings also televised on this channel 
Comcast – County   Channel 98  Council meetings also televised on this channel 
Broadstripe Channel 98  Council meetings also televised on this channel 
VerizonChannel 38  Council meetings also televised on this channel 
Tuesday, January 13, 2015 - 9 A.M. - Arundel Center - Work Session

 

(Please note that while the Work Session meetings are open to the public, there is no public participation. Agenda subject to change)
9:00 a.m.
 
BGE Presentation, Investing in Anne Arundel County - Bonnie L. Johansen, Manager, External Affairs BGE Governmental and External Affairs, and Matt Fiery, Supervisor, Customer Reliability
   
Anne Arundel County Public Schools - Dr. George Arlotto, Superintendent
  
Anne Arundel County Financial Overview - John Hammond, Budget Officer
 
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