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Auditor's Letter:
Monday, February 2, 2015 - 7 P.M. - Arundel Center - Legislative Day No. 3 and Public Hearings
Bill No. 81-14 (As Amended)
by Mr. Walker, Chairman
An Ordinance concerning: Zoning – Maritime Districts -  Non-Water Dependent Projects  Critical Area – Accessory Uses – For the purpose of defining a certain term; adding certain non-water dependent projects as a permitted use in certain Maritime districts adding restaurants and banquet halls as permitted accessory uses on piers in the Critical Area in certain circumstances; and generally related to zoning.
Bill No. 86-14 (As Amended) 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. 1-15 | Fiscal Note
Mr. Walker (by request of the County Executive)
An Emergency Ordinance concerning: Current Expense Budget – Board of Education – Additional Appropriation – For the purpose of  making additional appropriations from unanticipated revenues to the School Current Expense Fund for the current fiscal year; making this Ordinance an emergency measure; and generally relating to additional appropriations to the current expense budget for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2015.
Bill No. 2-15
Mr. Pruski
An Ordinance concerning: Stormwater Management – Watershed Protection and Restoration Program – For the purpose of amending the definitions of “nonresidential property” and “residential property, tier two” for attached dwellings and detached single family dwellings zoned as nonresidential property but used solely as a primary residence; amending certain appeal provisions; providing for the applicability of this Ordinance; and generally relating to stormwater management and the Watershed Protection and Restoration Program
Resolution No. 1-15 | Fiscal Note
Mr. Walker (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 Children’s Justice Grants to States program and recognizing the County Executive’s authority to act in connection with the grant.
Resolution No. 2-15 | Fiscal Note
Mr. Walker (by request of the County Executive)
Resolution approving the application to the United States Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, National Institute of Justice for a grant under the Solving Cold Cases with DNA grant program and recognizing the County Executive’s authority to act in connection with the grant.
Resolution No. 4-15 | Fiscal Note
Mr. Walker (by request of the County Executive)
Resolution approving the application to the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, Prevention and Health Promotion Administration for a grant under the Maryland Cancer Fund – Cancer Prevention Grants program and recognizing the County Executive’s authority to act in connection with the grant.
Resolution No. 6-15
by Mr. Trumbauer, Mr. Pruski, and Mr. Grasso
Resolution encouraging the Anne Arundel County Board of Education and the Superintendent of Anne Arundel County Public Schools to establish safe and healthy school hours for all students.
Tuesday, February 17, 2015 - 7 P.M. - Arundel Center - Legislative Day No. 4 and Public Hearings
Bill No. 87-14 (Hearing Concluded) (Eligible for Vote) 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.
Bill No. 3-15
by Mr. Walker, Chairman (by request of the County Executive)
An Emergency Ordinance concerning: Capital Budget and Program – Cypress Creek Retrofit – Fund Transfer – For the purpose of amending the Capital Budget by transferring an appropriation of funds from the Whitehall Creek Dredging capital project to the Cypress Creek Retrofit capital project; amending the Capital Program and Capital Projects Bond Ordinance and making this Ordinance an emergency measure.
Bill No. 4-15
by Mr. Walker, Chairman (by request of the County Executive)
An Emergency Ordinance concerning: Capital Budget and Program - Schedule – Page 3 January 21, 2015 Sudley CC Upgrade – Fund Transfer – For the purpose of amending the Capital Budget by transferring an appropriation of funds from the Cell 9 Disposal Area capital project to the Sudley CC Upgrade capital project; amending the Capital Program and Capital Projects Bond Ordinance; and making this Ordinance an emergency measure.
Bill No. 5-15
by Mr. Fink
An Ordinance concerning: Zoning – Critical Area Overlay – RCA Uses – For the purpose of amending certain provisions related to lot coverage requirements for certain resource conservation area (RCA) uses; and generally related to zoning.
Bill No. 6-15
by Mr. Grasso
An Ordinance concerning: Public Works – Right of Entry – Stream Restoration – For the purpose of authorizing contractors assigned by the Department of Public Works to enter on private land in the County; authorizing employees and contractors from the Department of Public Works right of entry on private land at a reasonable hour to conduct stream restoration activities under certain circumstances; and generally relating to Public Works.
Bill No. 7-15
by Mr. Grasso
An Ordinance concerning: Zoning – Nonconforming Uses – Twenty-Year Registered Use – For the purpose of defining a “twenty-year registered use”; adding a limitations period to enforcement of certain zoning use violations; adding registration criteria for certain use violations; applying a requirement for the continuation of certain zoning use violations; and generally relating to nonconforming uses.
Bill No. 8-15
by Mr. Walker and Mr. Trumbauer
An Ordinance concerning: : Zoning – Breweries, Craft Breweries, and Farm Breweries – For the purpose of defining certain terms; adding farm breweries as a conditional use in an RA zoning district; adding craft breweries as a permitted use in certain commercial, industrial and mixed use districts; adding breweries as a permitted use in certain industrial zoning districts; establishing the conditional use requirements for a farm brewery; and generally related to zoning.
Monday, March 2, 2015 - 7 P.M. - Arundel Center - Legislative Day No. 5 and Public Hearings
 
Monday, March 16, 2015 - 7 P.M.  - Arundel Center - Legislative Day No. 6 and Public Hearing
 
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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, February 10, 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)

Odenton Town Center Presentation.……………………………….Claire Louder, President & CEO West County Chamber

 

Legislation:

CE - BILL NO. 3-15 – An Emergency Ordinance concerning: Capital Budget and Program – Cypress Creek Retrofit – Fund Transfer                                     

 

CE - BILL NO. 4-15 – An Emergency Ordinance concerning: Capital Budget and Program - Sudley  CC Uprade – Fund Transfer                               

 

Fink - BILL NO. 5-15 – An Ordinance concerning: Zoning – Critical Area Overlay – RCA Uses

 

Grasso - BILL NO. 6-15 – An Ordinance concerning: Public Works – Right of Entry – Stream Restoration

 

Grasso - BILL NO. 7-15 – An Ordinance concerning: Zoning – Nonconforming Uses – Twenty-Year Registered Use 

 

Walker, Trumbauer  - BILL NO. 8-15 – An Ordinance concerning: Zoning – Breweries, Craft Breweries and Farm Breweries

                                       

 
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