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Meeting Name: Baltimore City Council Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 1/25/2021 5:00 PM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: Virtual Webex Hearing: Phone: +1-408-418-9388, Access Code: 179 843 6941, Password: Baltimore, https://bmore.webex.com/bmore/onstage/g.php?MTID=e7a2e1e45ddba0d7dacf615e4957974f5
Published agenda: Agenda Agenda Published minutes: Journal 1-25-21 Journal 1-25-21  
Attachments: Consent Calendar - Section A - 1/25/21, Bill Status 1-25-21
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EA21-0006 0 Regina T. BoyceExecutive NominationRegina T. Boyce Member - Trauma Informed Care Task Force - District 14Assigned  Action details Not available
EA21-0007 0 Erricka Angela BridgefordExecutive NominationErricka Angela Bridgeford Member - Trauma Informed Care Task ForceAssigned  Action details Not available
EA21-0008 0 Donna BruceExecutive NominationDonna Bruce Member - Trauma Informed Care Task ForceAssigned  Action details Not available
EA21-0009 0 Steven J. Czinn, MD, FAAP, FACG, AGAFExecutive NominationSteven J. Czinn, MD, FAAP, FACG, AGAF Member - Trauma Informed Care Task ForceAssigned  Action details Not available
EA21-0010 0 Kevin Daniels, PH.D, D MIN., MSW (LIC.)Executive NominationKevin Daniels, PH.D, D MIN., MSW (LIC.) Member - Trauma Informed Care Task Force - District 2Assigned  Action details Not available
EA21-0011 0 Elijah Davis, Jr.Executive NominationElijah Davis, Jr. Member - Trauma Informed Care Task Force - District 3Assigned  Action details Not available
EA21-0012 0 Desyree Dixon, LCDW-CExecutive NominationDesyree Dixon, LCDW-C Member - Trauma Informed Care Task Force - District 11Assigned  Action details Not available
EA21-0013 0 Tara N. Doaty Ph.D.Executive NominationTara N. Doaty Ph.D. Member - Trauma Informed Care Task ForceAssigned  Action details Not available
EA21-0014 0 Panagis Galiatsatos, MD, MHSExecutive NominationPanagis Galiatsatos, MD, MHS Member - Trauma Informed Care Task ForceAssigned  Action details Not available
EA21-0015 0 Lindsay R. Gavin, PH.D.Executive NominationLindsay R. Gavin, PH.D. Member - Trauma Informed Care Task ForceAssigned  Action details Not available
EA21-0016 0 Monica Guerrero-VazquezExecutive NominationMonica Guerrero-Vazquez Member - Trauma Informed Care Task Force - District 3Assigned  Action details Not available
EA21-0017 0 Lydell HillsExecutive NominationLydell Hills Member - Trauma Informed Care Task Force - District 2Assigned  Action details Not available
EA21-0018 0 Mark E. JewsExecutive NominationMark E. Jews Member - Trauma Informed Care Task Force - District 2Assigned  Action details Not available
EA21-0019 0 Brendan M. McFaddenExecutive NominationBrendan M. McFadden Member - Trauma Informed Care Task Force - District 4Assigned  Action details Not available
EA21-0020 0 Tamar Mendelson, Ph.D.Executive NominationTamar Mendelson, Ph.D. Member - Trauma Informed Care Task Force - District 4Assigned  Action details Not available
EA21-0021 0 Jaela Morris/Young ElderExecutive NominationJaela Morris/Young Elder Member - Trauma Informed Care Task Force - District 7Assigned  Action details Not available
EA21-0022 0 Shawna Murray-BrowneExecutive NominationShawna Murray-Browne Member - Trauma Informed Care Task Force - District 8Assigned  Action details Not available
EA21-0023 0 Nneka NnamdiExecutive NominationNneka Nnamdi Member - Trauma Informed Care Task Force - District 11Assigned  Action details Not available
EA21-0024 0 Destini PhilpotExecutive NominationDestini Philpot Member - Trauma Informed Care Task Force - District 14Assigned  Action details Not available
EA21-0025 0 Colby SangreeExecutive NominationColby Sangree Member - Trauma Informed Care Task Force - District 12Assigned  Action details Not available
EA21-0026 0 James L. SheaExecutive NominationJames L. Shea City Solicitor - Law Department - District 1Assigned  Action details Not available
EA21-0027 0 Aniya TaylorExecutive NominationAniya Taylor Member - Trauma Informed Care Task Force - District 4Assigned  Action details Not available
EA21-0028 0 Fareeha WaheedExecutive NominationFareeha Waheed Member - Trauma Informed Care Task Force - District 12Assigned  Action details Not available
EA21-0029 0 Corey WitherspoonExecutive NominationCorey Witherspoon Member - Trauma Informed Care Task Force - District 4Assigned  Action details Not available
21-0023 0 Urban Renewal - Middle East - Amendment __OrdinanceUrban Renewal - Middle East - Amendment __ For the purpose of amending the Urban Renewal Plan for Middle East to modify certain land uses allowed in the Plan, to correct, clarify, and conform certain provisions and references in the Plan to those in the current Baltimore City Zoning Code, to replace Appendix B with new Appendix B, to delete Appendix E in its entirety, to remove certain properties from the lists in Appendices A, C, and D and to remove certain other properties located within the Renewal Area; to replace the exhibits with new exhibits to reflect the changes in the Plan, and to modify the boundaries of the Plan to reflect the removal of certain properties, as shown on the new exhibits; waiving certain content and procedural requirements; making the provisions of this Ordinance severable; providing for the application of this Ordinance in conjunction with certain other ordinances; and providing for a special effective date.Assigned  Action details Not available
21-0024 0 Minority and Women’s Business Utilization - EmergenciesOrdinanceMinority and Women’s Business Utilization - Emergencies For the purpose of clarifying the City’s minority business and women’s business contract utilization requirements for certain emergency procurements; requiring that, after an emergency procurement, the agency submit a report to the Board of Estimates and the Minority and Women’s Business Opportunity Office; providing for a special effective date; and generally relating to greater transparency and utilization of minority and women’s business in City emergency contracting.Assigned  Action details Not available
21-0025 0 Rezoning - 2200, 2205, 2220, 2300, 2301, 2310, 2330, 2400, and 2500 Broening Highway and Block 6916, Lot 015OrdinanceRezoning - 2200, 2205, 2220, 2300, 2301, 2310, 2330, 2400, and 2500 Broening Highway and Block 6916, Lot 015 For the purpose of changing the zoning for the properties known as 2200 (Block 6916, Lot 003), 2220 (Block 6916, Lot 004), 2300 (Block 6916, Lot 005), 2310 (Block 6916, Lot 007), 2330 (Block 6916, Lots 010A and 009), 2400 (Block 6916, Lot 011, and 2500 (Block 6916, Lot 013) Broening Highway and Block 6916, Lot 015, as outlined in red on the accompanying plat, from the OIC Zoning District to the MI Zoning District; and changing the zoning for the properties known as 2205 (Block 6915, Lot 001), 2301 (Block 6915, Lot 006), and 2501 (Block 6915, Lot 009A) Broening Highway, as outlined in blue on the accompanying plat, from the I-2 Zoning District to the MI Zoning District.Assigned  Action details Not available
21-0026 0 Rezoning - 1201 South Caton AvenueOrdinanceRezoning - 1201 South Caton Avenue For the purpose of changing the zoning for the property known as 1201 South Caton Avenue (Block 2108C, Lot 002), as outlined in red on the accompanying plat, from the EC-1 Zoning District to the I-1 Zoning District; and providing for a special effective date.Assigned  Action details Not available
21-0027 0 RPP Area 9 (Federal Hill) - Exception for 1 East Montgomery StreetOrdinanceRPP Area 9 (Federal Hill) - Exception for 1 East Montgomery Street For the purpose of amending the Parking Management Plan for RPP Area 9 to add an exception to the Plan’s general permit allotments for dwelling units.Assigned  Action details Not available
21-0028 0 Landmark List - Clifton SchoolOrdinanceLandmark List - Clifton School For the purpose of designating the Clifton School, 2670 Kennedy Avenue, as an historical landmark: exterior.Assigned  Action details Not available
21-0029 0 Commercial Parking Facilities - Annual License FeeOrdinanceCommercial Parking Facilities - Annual License Fee For the purpose of modifying the annual licensing fee for commercial parking facilities within the City of Baltimore and how the fee is calculated; beginning on a certain date, providing for the annual adjustment of the licensing fee for inflation as measured by the Consumer Price Index; and conforming related provisions.Assigned  Action details Not available
21-0030 0 Coordinated Multi-Agency Code InspectionsOrdinanceCoordinated Multi-Agency Code Inspections For the purpose of requiring that the City Administrator coordinate a multi-agency code inspection after a commercial property has been issued certain environmental citations; requiring that the City Administrator and the Department of Housing and Community Development receive a copy of all environmental citations issued; specifying which agencies must be included in the multi-agency inspection team; requiring that the City Administrator provide certain information to councilmembers; requiring that the City Administrator submit an annual report detailing the work of the multi-agency inspection team; and providing for a special effective date.Assigned  Action details Not available
21-0031 0 Landlord-Tenant - Lease RenewalsOrdinanceLandlord-Tenant - Lease Renewals For the purpose of requiring, absent certain good cause circumstances, landlords to offer tenants a reasonable opportunity renew leases; providing for the manner of notice for which a landlord must send renewal notices or decline-to-renew notices; establishing a presumption of offer and acceptance, absent certain circumstances; providing for the effect of the subtitle; providing for certain administrative and criminal penalties; and providing for a special effective date.Assigned  Action details Not available
21-0010R 0 Informational Hearing - Getting on the Same Page: Clarifying 311 Services’ Approach to Resolving RequestsCity Council ResolutionInformational Hearing - Getting on the Same Page: Clarifying 311 Services’ Approach to Resolving Requests For the purpose of inviting representatives from 311 Services, the Department of Public Works, the Department of Transportation, the Department of Housing and Community Development, the Department of Recreation and Parks, the Office of the City Administrator, the Baltimore Development Corporation, BGE, and the Mayor’s Office of Performance and Innovation to appear before the City Council to discuss how to improve the status classifications within the 311 to make them better understandable, more transparent, and more reliable for the citizens of Baltimore.Assigned  Action details Not available
21-0011R 0 Informational Hearing - Financial Literacy Curriculum Content Within the Baltimore City Public School SystemCity Council ResolutionInformational Hearing - Financial Literacy Curriculum Content Within the Baltimore City Public School System For the purpose of inviting the Chief Executive Officer of the Baltimore City Public School System, the Commissioners from the Board of School Commissioners for the Baltimore City Public School System, the Director of the Mayor’s Office of Employment Development, and the Executive Director of the Mayor’s Office of Children and Family Success to appear before the City Council to discuss how we can: develop curriculum content for a course in financial literacy; require the curriculum content include instruction in choosing a career, earning an income, saving and investing money, credit, and budgeting; and require students to complete a course in financial literacy in order to graduate from high school in Baltimore City Public Schools.Assigned  Action details Not available
21-0012R 0 Investigative Hearing - Safe Return to In-Person SchoolingCity Council ResolutionInvestigative Hearing - Safe Return to In-Person Schooling For the purpose of inviting the CEO of the Baltimore City Public School System to provide the City Council with an update regarding safety precautions the School System is taking for the return of students to in-person schooling and inviting representatives from the Baltimore City Fire Department, Health Department, and Department of Housing and Community Development to comment on the adequacy of those safety precautions.Assigned  Action details Not available
21-0013R 0 Approval for the Exchange of a Class B-D-7 License to a Class A-7 License - 1220 W. North AvenueCity Council ResolutionApproval for the Exchange of a Class B-D-7 License to a Class A-7 License - 1220 W. North Avenue For the purpose of providing the required approval under Md. Code Ann., Alc. Bev. § 12-902.1(d)(1) to allow the license holder holding a valid Class B-D-7 Beer, Wine, and Liquor License issued for use at 1220 W. North Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland 21217 to apply to the Board of Liquor License Commissioners for Baltimore City to exchange their Class B-D-7 Beer, Wine, and Liquor License for a Class A-7 Beer, Wine, and Liquor License.Assigned  Action details Not available
21-0014R 0 Approval for the Exchange of a Class B-D-7 License to a Class A-7 License - 2733 Pennsylvania AvenueCity Council ResolutionApproval for the Exchange of a Class B-D-7 License to a Class A-7 License - 2733 Pennsylvania Avenue For the purpose of providing the required approval under Md. Code Ann., Alc. Bev. § 12-902.1(d)(1) to allow the license holder holding a valid Class B-D-7 Beer, Wine, and Liquor License issued for use at 2733 Pennsylvania Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland 21217 to apply to the Board of Liquor License Commissioners for Baltimore City to exchange their Class B-D-7 Beer, Wine, and Liquor License for a Class A-7 Beer, Wine, and Liquor License.Assigned  Action details Not available
21-0015R 0 Approval for the Exchange of a Class B-D-7 License to a Class A-7 License - 2139 Pennsylvania AvenueCity Council ResolutionApproval for the Exchange of a Class B-D-7 License to a Class A-7 License - 2139 Pennsylvania Avenue For the purpose of providing the required approval under Md. Code Ann., Alc. Bev. § 12-902.1(d)(1) to allow the license holder holding a valid Class B-D-7 Beer, Wine, and Liquor License issued for use at 2139 Pennsylvania Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland 21217 to apply to the Board of Liquor License Commissioners for Baltimore City to exchange their Class B-D-7 Beer, Wine, and Liquor License for a Class A-7 Beer, Wine, and Liquor License.Assigned  Action details Not available
21-0007 0 COVID-19 Restaurant, Consumer, and Gig Worker Relief Act (Temporary Limit on Third-Party Delivery Services Fees)OrdinanceCOVID-19 Restaurant, Consumer, and Gig Worker Relief Act (Temporary Limit on Third-Party Delivery Services Fees) For the purpose of establishing certain temporary regulations on third-party food delivery platforms; defining certain terms; authorizing the Director of Finance to adopt rules and regulations to implement and enforce this subtitle; setting forth certain prohibited conduct for third-party food delivery platforms; providing for enforcement by citation; providing for certain criminal and administrative penalties; providing for this Ordinance’s severability; setting forth a certain termination date; providing for a special effective date; and generally relating to the regulation of third-party food delivery platforms and the economic well-being of Baltimore restaurants, consumers, and gig workers during the COVID-19 pandemic.Advanced to 3rd Reader on same day  Action details Not available
21-0007 0 COVID-19 Restaurant, Consumer, and Gig Worker Relief Act (Temporary Limit on Third-Party Delivery Services Fees)OrdinanceCOVID-19 Restaurant, Consumer, and Gig Worker Relief Act (Temporary Limit on Third-Party Delivery Services Fees) For the purpose of establishing certain temporary regulations on third-party food delivery platforms; defining certain terms; authorizing the Director of Finance to adopt rules and regulations to implement and enforce this subtitle; setting forth certain prohibited conduct for third-party food delivery platforms; providing for enforcement by citation; providing for certain criminal and administrative penalties; providing for this Ordinance’s severability; setting forth a certain termination date; providing for a special effective date; and generally relating to the regulation of third-party food delivery platforms and the economic well-being of Baltimore restaurants, consumers, and gig workers during the COVID-19 pandemic.Approved and Sent to the Mayor  Action details Not available