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File #: 19-0165R    Version: 0 Name: B-more Clean: Coordinated Agency Community Clean-up and Maintenance Strategy
Type: City Council Resolution Status: In Committee
File created: 9/23/2019 In control: Health
On agenda: Final action:
Enactment #:
Title: B-more Clean: Coordinated Agency Community Clean-up and Maintenance Strategy For the purpose of requesting that the Director of the Department of Public Works, the Director of the Department of Transportation, the Commissioner of the Department of Housing and Community Development, the Commissioner of the Health Department, and the Director of the Mayor’s Office of Performance and Innovation present to the City Council a plan for coordinated community clean-up and maintenance throughout Baltimore and a plan for increased community involvement.
Sponsors: Kristerfer Burnett, Bill Henry, President Brandon M. Scott, Zeke Cohen, Isaac "Yitzy" Schleifer, Shannon Sneed, Eric T. Costello, Leon F. Pinkett, III, Ryan Dorsey, Mary Pat Clarke, Edward Reisinger, Danielle McCray, John T. Bullock, Robert Stokes, Sr.
Indexes: Agency, Clean-up, Community, Coordination, Maintenance
Attachments: 1. 19-0165R~1st Reader, 2. DOT 19-0165R, 3. DHCD 19-0165R, 4. Law 19-0165R, 5. DPW 19-0165R, 6. OPI 19-0165R, 7. Health - 19-0165R
Date Ver.Action ByActionResultAction DetailsMeeting DetailsVideo
1/22/20200 Health    Action details Meeting details Not available
12/16/20190 Health Scheduled for a Public Hearing  Action details Meeting details Not available
12/2/20190 Health Scheduled for a Public Hearing  Action details Meeting details Not available
11/18/20190 Health Scheduled for a Public Hearing  Action details Meeting details Not available
9/26/20190 City Council President Refer to Mayor's Office of Innovation  Action details Meeting details Not available
9/26/20190 City Council President Refer to 3-1-1 One Call and Dispatch Center  Action details Meeting details Not available
9/26/20190 City Council President Refer to Dept. of Public Works  Action details Meeting details Not available
9/26/20190 City Council President Refer to Dept. of Transportation  Action details Meeting details Not available
9/26/20190 City Council President Refer to Dept. of Housing and Community Development  Action details Meeting details Not available
9/26/20190 City Council President Refer to Dept. of Health  Action details Meeting details Not available
9/26/20190 City Council President Refer to City Solicitor  Action details Meeting details Not available
9/23/20190 City Council Assigned  Action details Meeting details Not available
9/23/20190 City Council Introduced  Action details Meeting details Not available
* Warning: This is an unofficial, introductory copy of the bill.
The official copy considered by the City Council is the first reader copy.
Introductory*

City of Baltimore
Council Bill R
(Resolution)

Introduced by: Councilmember Burnett

A Resolution Entitled

A Council Resolution concerning
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B-more Clean: Coordinated Agency Community Clean-up and Maintenance Strategy
For the purpose of requesting that the Director of the Department of Public Works, the Director of the Department of Transportation, the Commissioner of the Department of Housing and Community Development, the Commissioner of the Health Department, and the Director of the Mayor’s Office of Performance and Innovation present to the City Council a plan for coordinated community clean-up and maintenance throughout Baltimore and a plan for increased community involvement.
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Baltimore residents’ sense of “place” and “health” are based, in part, on their perceptions of a safe, healthy, and happy place to live. A fundamental determinant of social health is the physical environment. One of the cornerstones of “community” is cultural identity, perception, social involvement and interactions between a city’s government and that city’s residents. The improvement in health outcomes begin when one’s physical environment is free from trash, toxins, vermin, and overgrowth. Residents’ willingness to participate in improving their own physical environment is based on their belief that the city, themselves, and their neighbors are “all in this together.”

As Baltimore seeks to professionalize City government and make it more efficient, it is imperative that our City agencies coordinate with each other when it comes to the ...

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