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Posted on: December 11, 2022

[ARCHIVED] COUNTY COUNCIL AND COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE TO CONVENE SESSIONS ON MONDAY, DECEMBER 12TH ADDRESSING...

COUNTY COUNCIL AND COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE TO CONVENE SESSIONS ON MONDAY, DECEMBER 12TH ADDRESSING “THE PEOPLE’S AGENDA” 

More than 20 Legislative Measures, including Resolutions for Final Adoption on Council Agenda

The Prince George’s County Council will convene a session on Monday, December 12, 2022,  at 11:00 a.m., to consider more than 20 legislative measures, addressing a wide range of resident concerns, including zoning and development, project labor agreements, minority business, housing and rent stabilization, tobacco stores, open government, public safety, healthcare, and climate change.

Council Chair Tom Dernoga (D) – District 1, says the Council is keeping its promise to Prince Georgians.

“Council Members are ready to serve, and as promised, we are hitting the ground running to tackle critically important constituent concerns. We are working to immediately begin legislatively addressing issues such as poor development, unreasonable rent increases, the proliferation of tobacco stores, the impact of climate change, and more – all part of our People’s Agenda.”  

Council session will be held in-person at the Wayne K. Curry Administration Building, Council Hearing Room – First Floor, 1301 McCormick Drive in Largo.  

The Council will also convene a Committee of the Whole (COW) session on Monday, December 12th at 11:30 a.m., to consider proposed measures eligible for final adoption – 

  • CR-003-2022, a Resolution approving, with the force and effect of law, the suspension of the effective date of certain recently enacted zoning laws pertaining to development in Prince George’s County.
  • CR-004-2022, a Resolution approving, with the force and effect of law, certain limitations on the time for processing of development applications pursuant to the superseded prior Zoning Ordinance of Prince George’s County for development of Townhouse and One-family dwelling uses in the R-A (Residential Agricultural) Zone of Prince George’s County.
  • CR-005-2022a Resolution approving, with the force and effect of law, certain limitations on the time for processing of development applications pursuant to the superseded prior Zoning Ordinance of Prince George’s County.
  • CR-006-2022, a Resolution permanently adopting the Climate Action Plan for Prince George’s County and supplementary comments report; providing for status briefings to the County Council on at least an annual basis; providing for the effective date of this Resolution; and generally regarding climate.

County Council sessions and COW meetings are available for Live and On-Demand viewing HERE.

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