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File #: 22-0194    Version: 0 Name: Charles Village Community Benefits District and Management Authority
Type: Mayor and City Council Res. Status: Enacted
File created: 2/7/2022 In control: Baltimore City Council
On agenda: Final action: 6/21/2022
Enactment #: 22-141
Title: Charles Village Community Benefits District and Management Authority FOR the purpose of renewing and continuing the Charles Village Community Benefits District and Management Authority; providing for a special effective date; and generally relating to the activities and authority of the Charles Village Community Benefits District and Management Authority.
Sponsors: Odette Ramos, Robert Stokes, Sr.
Indexes: Benefits, District, Management Authority
Attachments: 1. 22-0194~1st Reader, 2. Law 22-0194, 3. DHCD 22-0194, 4. Finance 22-0194, 5. 22-0194 Agenda, 6. 22-0194 - Bill Synopsis, 7. 22-0194 Attendance Sheet, 8. 22-0194 Hearing Notes, 9. 22-0194 Minutes, 10. 22-0194~3rd Reader, 11. 22-0194~3rd Reader, 12. 22-0194 Signed, 13. Completed Ordinance 22-0194
* 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
Resolution 22-
Council Bill 22-

Introduced by: Councilmembers Ramos, Stokes
At the request of: Charles Village Community Benefits District and Management Authority


A Resolution of the Mayor and City Council concerning
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Charles Village Community Benefits District and Management Authority
FOR the purpose of renewing and continuing the Charles Village Community Benefits District and Management Authority; providing for a special effective date; and generally relating to the activities and authority of the Charles Village Community Benefits District and Management Authority.
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The Charles Village Community Benefits District (the “District”) and its Management Authority (the “Authority”) were created by Ordinance 94-414 pursuant to authorization from the Maryland General Assembly that allowed the City to create community benefits districts. (See 1994 Md. Laws ch. 732.)

In 1997, the General Assembly passed a law requiring that only it may it reauthorize community benefit districts, but in 2000 transferred the reauthorization function to the Mayor and City Council. (See 1997 Md. Laws ch. 655; 2000 Md. Laws ch. 89. See also 2000 Md. Laws ch. 475; 2018 Md. Laws chs. 226 and 227.)

In 1998, in accordance with then City Charter Article II, § 63, and Ordinance 94-414, the
Mayor and City Council adopted Resolution 98-011 to continue the Charles Village Community
Benefits District and its Management Authority through June 30, 2002. Resolution 98...

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