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Meeting Name: Baltimore City Council Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 1/13/2021 5:00 PM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: Virtual Webex Meeting: Phone: +1-408-418-9388, Access Code: 179 532 0510, Password: Baltimore, https://bmore.webex.com/bmore/onstage/g.php?MTID=e73d10f2e654e089064d67d7189665f45
Special Meeting - Reconvened from 1-11-21 Council Meeting
Published agenda: Agenda Agenda Published minutes: Not available  
Attachments: Consent Calendar - Section A - Reposted from 1-11-21
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21-0021 0 Late Fees for Past Due RentOrdinanceLate Fees for Past Due Rent For the purpose of requiring a lease to have a provision regarding a 10-day grace period; requiring a lease to have provisions regarding the amount of money landlords may charge for late fees, when landlords may charge tenants receiving public assistance for late fees, late fees as a condition precedent to the tenant’s right to redeem, and the types of fees landlords may recover; and prohibiting this section from altering other remedies available to a landlord.Assigned  Action details Not available
21-0022 0 Security Deposit AlternativesOrdinanceSecurity Deposit Alternatives For the purpose of requiring certain lease provisions to create alternatives besides the traditional security deposit for residential leases under certain circumstances; defining certain terms; and prohibiting this subsection from limiting a landlord’s ability to require certain qualifications on a residential tenant’s application for a new residential lease.Assigned  Action details Not available
21-0001R 0 Investigative Hearing - Affordable Housing Trust FundCity Council ResolutionInvestigative Hearing - Affordable Housing Trust Fund For the purpose of inviting the Acting Commissioner of the Department of Housing and Community Development, relevant staff, and the Chair and other members of the Affordable Housing Trust Fund Commission to provide an update on the status of the Affordable Housing Trust Fund including, but not limited to, information regarding revenue raised each year since passage of Ordinance 18-215, projects and initiatives funded so far, projects and initiatives in the pipeline to be funded, the spending plan, and ideas for improving the Fund.Assigned  Action details Not available
21-0002R 0 Investigative Hearing - Inland Flood MitigationCity Council ResolutionInvestigative Hearing - Inland Flood Mitigation For the purpose of inviting the Acting Director of the Office of Emergency Management, the Acting Director of the Department of Public Works, the Director of the Department of Planning, the Director of the Office of Sustainability, and other representatives of these agencies to provide an update on efforts to mitigate and prevent inland flooding, which is not covered by the recently passed Nuisance Flood Plan.Assigned  Action details Not available
21-0003R 0 Informational Hearing - Baltimore’s COVID-19 Vaccination PlanCity Council ResolutionInformational Hearing - Baltimore’s COVID-19 Vaccination Plan For the purpose of inviting representatives from the Baltimore City Health Department, Baltimore’s healthcare community, and other interested parties before the Baltimore City Council to discuss Baltimore’s COVID-19 vaccination plan.Assigned  Action details Not available
21-0004R 0 Recognizing Systemic Racism as a Public Health CrisisCity Council ResolutionRecognizing Systemic Racism as a Public Health Crisis For the purpose of recognizing systemic racism as a public health crisis.Assigned  Action details Not available
21-0005R 0 Department of General Services Update on Sanitizing City-Owned BuildingsCity Council ResolutionDepartment of General Services Update on Sanitizing City-Owned Buildings For the purpose of requesting that the Department of General Services provide the City Council with an update on how employees of DGS have been keeping City-owned buildings clean during the COVID-19 pandemic and post information about cleaning schedules in these buildings.Assigned  Action details Not available
21-0006R 0 Lead By Example: Calling on City Council Members and Staff to be Trained in Trauma-Informed CareCity Council ResolutionLead By Example: Calling on City Council Members and Staff to be Trained in Trauma-Informed Care For the purpose of calling on the Baltimore City Council and Council Staff to be trained in trauma-informed healing-centered approaches that will enhance realization of the prevalence of trauma in systems, encourage empathic governance, recognize the presence of signs and symptoms throughout systemwide service and program delivery, and address trauma to avoid the barriers to positive human connection and interaction.Adopted  Action details Not available
21-0007R 0 Investigative Hearing - Water Billing SystemCity Council ResolutionInvestigative Hearing - Water Billing System For the purpose of inviting the Acting Director of the Department of Public Works and the Director of the Department of Finance to address the crippling problems with and describe solutions for the water billing system described in the recent report jointly published by the Baltimore City and Baltimore County Inspectors General.Assigned  Action details Not available
21-0008R 0 Recognizing January as Human Trafficking Awareness MonthCity Council ResolutionRecognizing January as Human Trafficking Awareness Month For the purpose of recognizing January as Human Trafficking Awareness Month and recognizing the tireless and ongoing efforts of the Baltimore City Human Trafficking Collaborative in educating the citizens of Baltimore to assist in the prevention of human trafficking and supporting victims of human sex and labor trafficking.Adopted  Action details Not available
21-0009R 0 Request for State Action - Elimination of Home Detention Monitoring FeesCity Council ResolutionRequest for State Action - Elimination of Home Detention Monitoring Fees For the purpose of calling on the General Assembly to pass and the Governor to sign legislation eliminating home detention monitoring fees as a matter of fundamental fairness during these economically-challenging times.Adopted  Action details Not available