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File #: 12-0084    Version: 0 Name: Midtown Community Benefits District and Management Authority - Renewal Through June 30, 2016
Type: Mayor and City Council Res. Status: Enacted
File created: 5/14/2012 In control: City Council
On agenda: Final action: 6/26/2012
Enactment #: 12-07
Title: Midtown Community Benefits District and Management Authority - Renewal Through June 30, 2016 FOR the purpose of renewing and continuing the Midtown Community Benefits District and Management Authority; providing for a special effective date; and generally relating to the activities and authority of the Midtown Community Benefits District and Management Authority.
Sponsors: William H. Cole, IV, Carl Stokes, Nick Mosby
Indexes: Community Benefits District, Midtown, Renewal
Attachments: 1. 12-0084 - 1st Reader.pdf, 2. Transportation - 12-0084.pdf, 3. DPW - 12-0084.pdf, 4. HCD - 12-0084.pdf, 5. Law - 12-0084.pdf, 6. Planning - 12-0084.pdf, 7. 12-0084 - 3rd Reader.pdf, 8. BOE - 12-0084.pdf, 9. 12-0084 - 3rd Reader.pdf
* 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

Introduced by: Councilmember Cole

A RESOLUTION ENTITLED

A RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL concerning
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Midtown Community Benefits District and Management Authority - Renewal Through June 30, 2016

FOR the purpose of renewing and continuing the Midtown Community Benefits District and Management Authority; providing for a special effective date; and generally relating to the activities and authority of the Midtown Community Benefits District and Management Authority.
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Ordinance 95-613 (the “Ordinance”) authorized the creation of the Midtown Community Benefits District (the “District”) and the Management Authority (the “Authority”), subject to certain terms and conditions.

The Ordinance requires that the Mayor and City Council hold 1 or more public hearings every 4 years to evaluate the activities and undertakings of the District and the Authority and to determine whether the District and Authority should continue for another 4 years.

In 1999, the City Council conducted the first of these quadrennial reviews and, by Resolution 99-019, continued the District and Authority for an additional 4 years, ending June 30, 2003. Subsequently, Chapter 89, Acts of 2000, amended Charter Article II, § 63(h), establishing a new 4-year review cycle, to begin December 2003. In 2003, the Mayor and City Council conducted an interim review and, by Resolution 03-043, continued the District and Authority for an additional 1-year period, ending June 30, 2004. In 2004, the ...

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