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Friday, May 1, 2015 - 11 A.M. - Arundel Center - Legislative Day No. 9

PLEASE NOTE:  The Council will meet in its annual legislative session during the month of May

 

11:00 a.m.

 

PRESENTATION OF BUDGET MESSAGE BY COUNTY EXECUTIVE

 

1:00 p.m.

       (Please note that while the Budget meetings are open to the public,

there is no public participation.  Agenda subject to change)

 

Budget Review

 

Planning Advisory Board

Spending Affordability

Budget Overview

Monday, May 4, 2015 - 7 P.M. - Arundel Center - Legislative Day No. 10 and Public Hearings
Bill No. 14-15 (As Amended)
by Mr. Fink, Mr.Smith, Mr. Grasso and Mr. Peroutka
AN ORDINANCE concerning: Zoning – State-Licensed Medical Clinics – FOR the purpose of defining “state-licensed medical clinics”; adding parking criteria for state-licensed medical clinics and revising parking criteria for group homes; establishing conditional uses requirements for a state-licensed medical clinic in certain commercial, industrial and mixed use zoning districts; providing for the application of this Ordinance; and generally related to zoning.
Bill No. 20-15 I Fiscal Note
by Mr. Walker, Chairman (by request of the County Executive) and Mr. Walker
AN ORDINANCE concerning: Volunteer Fire Companies – Charges and Fees – FOR the purpose of exempting volunteer fire companies from water and wastewater system connection charges and development impact fees for construction of new fire stations; adding fire stations owned by volunteer fire companies to the minimum fees section of the Construction Code; adding fire stations owned by volunteer fire companies to a certain grading permit category; providing for the prospective application of this Ordinance; and generally related to volunteer fire companies.
Bill No. 21-15 I Fiscal Note
by Mr. Walker, Chairman (by request of the County Executive)
AN ORDINANCE concerning: Zoning – Self-Service Storage Facilities – FOR the purpose of permitting self-service storage facilities as a special exception use in certain commercial districts and as a conditional use in certain industrial districts; amending the conditional use requirements for self-service storage facilities; establishing special exception requirements for self-service storage facilities; and generally related to zoning. 
Bill No. 23-15 I Fiscal Note
by Mr. Walker, Chairman (by request of the County Executive) and Mr. Pruski  
AN ORDINANCE concerning: Zoning – Assisted Living Facilities, Community-Based Assisted Living Facilities, and Group Homes – FOR the purpose of amending the definitions of “assisted living facility” and “group home”; adding a definition of “community-based assisted living facility”; adding community-based assisted living facilities as a permitted use in all residential zoning districts; and generally relating to zoning. 
Bill No. 24-15 I Fiscal Note
by Mr. Walker, Chairman (by request of the County Executive)
AN ORDINANCE concerning: Current Expense Budget – Transfer of Funds and Additional Appropriations – FOR the purpose of transferring an appropriation of funds from the Contingency Account of the Chief Administrative Officer to the Board of License Commissioners; making additional appropriations from unanticipated revenues to certain offices, departments, institutions, boards, commissions or other agencies in the general fund and to certain special funds of the County government for the current fiscal year; and generally relating to transferring appropriations of funds and additional appropriations to the current expense budget for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2015. 
Bill No. 25-15
by Mr. Walker
AN ORDINANCE concerning: Watershed Protection and Restoration Program – Stormwater Remediation Fee – FOR the purpose of providing for a certain reduction of the stormwater remediation fee, and generally related to the Watershed Protection and Restoration Program. 
Resolution No. 16-15
by Mr. Walker, Chairman (by request of the County Executive)
RESOLUTION approving the application to the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, Behavioral Health Administration for a grant under the Overdose Misuse Prevention Grant program; and recognizing the County Executive’s authority to act in connection with the grant. 
Wednesday, May 6, 2015 - 7 P.M. - Legislative Day No. 12 and Public Hearings

SIGN-UPS AT 6:00 P.M.

PUBLIC HEARING – PROPOSED FY 2016 ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY BUDGET

North County High School

10 East 1st Avenue

Glen Burnie, MD  21061

Monday, May 11, 2015 - 7 P.M. - Legislative Day No. 15 and Public Hearings

SIGN-UPS AT 6:00 P.M.

PUBLIC HEARING – PROPOSED FY 2016 ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY BUDGET

Annapolis High School

2700 Riva Road

Annapolis, MD 21401

Monday, May 18, 2015 - 7 P.M. - Arundel Center - Legislative Day No. 20 and Public Hearings
Constant Yield Tax Rate
Bill No. 26-15 I Fiscal Note
by Mr. Walker, Chairman (by request of the County Executive)
AN ORDINANCE concerning: Zoning - Critical Area Growth Allocation – Dobson Property – FOR the purpose of granting a portion of the County’s Critical Area growth allocation to property owned by John A. Dobson and Gene S. Dobson by changing its designation on the County’s critical area maps from Limited Development Area to Intensely Developed Area; establishing requirements and limitations on the development of the property granted by the growth allocation; and generally relating to the grant of growth allocation to the Dobson property.
Bill No. 27-15
by Mr. Grasso
AN ORDINANCE concerning: Public Works – Capital Facility Connection Charges - Veterans and Military Nonprofits Exemption – FOR the purpose of exempting nonprofit veterans and military service organizations structures from capital facility connection charges; and generally relating to public works.
Bill No. 28-15
by Mr. Trumbauer and Mr. Walker
AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE concerning: Finance, Taxation and Budget – Revenue Reserve Fund – FOR the purpose of modifying the percentage and the class of revenue designated for appropriation to the Revenue Reserve Fund; making this Ordinance an emergency measure; and generally related to the Budget.
 
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.
FAX transmittals – 410-222-1755: Please forward ONE COPY ONLY. Copies will be made and distributed to all Councilmembers.
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 May 4, 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 
NO WORK SESSIONS SCHEDULED IN MAY
 
 
 

THE FOLLOWING BUDGET MEETINGS WILL BE HELD IN MAY BEGINNING

AT 9:00 A.M.

(Please note that while the Budget meetings are open to the public,

there is no public participation. Agenda subject to change.)

 

Wednesday, May 6, 2015 - 9 A.M. - Arundel Center - Legislative Day No. 12

OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET REVIEW

Anne Arundel Community College

Library

 

OPERATING BUDGET REVIEW

Inspections & Permits

Planning & Zoning

Solid Waste

Utilities

Public Works

 

Thursday, May 7, 2015 - 9 A.M. - Arundel Center - Legislative Day No. 13

OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET REVIEW

Board of Education

 

Monday, May 11, 2015 - 9 A.M. - Arundel Center - Legislative Day No. 15

CAPITAL BUDGET REVIEW

General County

Roads and Bridges

Traffic Control

WPRF

Dredging

Water Quality Improvements

Waste Management

Water & Wastewater

 

Tuesday, May 12, 2015 - 9 A.M. - Arundel Center - Legislative Day No. 16

OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET REVIEW

Recreation and Parks

Detention Center

Police

Sheriff

Fire

 

OPERATING BUDGET REVIEW

States Attorney

Circuit Court

Orphans’ Court

Board of Elections

Cooperative Extension

Liquor Board

 

Wednesday, May 13, 2015 - 9 A.M. - Arundel Center - Legislative Day No. 17

OPERATING BUDGET REVIEW

Board of Health

Health Department

 

Aging

Social Services

 

Partnership of Youth & Family

 

Thursday, May 14, 2015 - 9 A.M. - Arundel Center - Legislative Day No. 18

OPERATING BUDGET REVIEW

County Executive

 

Chief Administrative Office

Community Development

Workforce Development

 

Economic Development

Central Services

Law

Personnel

Information Technology

Budget

Finance

 
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