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Meeting Name: Baltimore City Council Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 1/24/2022 5:00 PM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: Webex Meeting: Phone: +1-408-418-9388, Access Code: 2340 166 9405, Password: Baltimore, Link: https://bmore.webex.com/bmore/onstage/g.php?MTID=e7086de88af423a0f0af11bda17352c70
Published agenda: Agenda Agenda Published minutes: Journal 1-24-22 Journal 1-24-22  
Attachments: Consent Calendar - Section A
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21-0111 0 Zoning - Conditional Use Conversion of a Single-Family Dwelling Unit to 3 Dwelling Units in the R-7 Zoning District - Variance - 2312 Eutaw PlaceOrdinanceZoning - Conditional Use Conversion of a Single-Family Dwelling Unit to 3 Dwelling Units in the R-7 Zoning District - Variance - 2312 Eutaw Place For the purpose of permitting, subject to certain conditions, the conversion of a single-family dwelling unit to 3 dwelling units in the R-7 Zoning District on the property known as 2312 Eutaw Place (Block 3424, Lot 027), as outlined in red on the accompanying plat; and granting a variance from certain bulk regulations (lot area size).   Action details Not available
21-0154 0 Sale of Property - 1201 North Rosedale StreetOrdinanceSale of Property - 1201 North Rosedale Street For the purpose of authorizing the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore to sell, at either public or private sale, all its interest in certain property that is located at 1201 North Rosedale Street (Block 2442D, Lot 016) and is no longer needed for public use; and providing for a special effective date.   Action details Not available
22-0193 0 Real Property Tax Credit for Energy Conservation DevicesOrdinanceReal Property Tax Credit for Energy Conservation Devices For the purpose of granting a tax credit against the City real property tax imposed on a dwelling that uses a solar energy device or geothermal energy device; imposing certain qualifications for credit eligibility; providing for the amount and the administration of the credit; creating an annual limit on the amount of credits granted; requiring an annual report regarding the credit; and defining certain terms.Assigned  Action details Not available
21-0028R 0 Informational Hearing - Baltimore’s Plan for our Neighbors Experiencing Homelessness and Residing in Hotels during the PandemicCity Council ResolutionInformational Hearing - Baltimore’s Plan for our Neighbors Experiencing Homelessness and Residing in Hotels during the Pandemic For the purpose of inviting the Acting Director of the Mayor’s Office of Homeless Services, the Director of the Mayor’s Office of Children and Family Success, the City Administrator, the Acting Commissioner of the Department of Housing and Community Development, and the advocacy groups Housing Our Neighbors and Homeless Persons Representation Project to brief and advise the City Council as to: the overall outcomes for neighbors experiencing homelessness who were able to reside in the hotels; what is next for them; assistance for those experiencing homelessness in encampments during the crisis; and the availability of programs to access housing.Adopted  Action details Not available
21-0065R 0 Investigative Hearing - Vacant Residential Properties - Requirement for Homeowners InsuranceCity Council ResolutionInvestigative Hearing - Vacant Residential Properties - Requirement for Homeowners Insurance For the purpose of inviting the Director of the Department of Housing and Community Development, the City Administrator, the City Solicitor, the Maryland Insurance Commissioner, the Baltimore City Comptroller, and the President and CEO of the Baltimore Development Corporation to testify regarding requiring owners of vacant residential properties to obtain homeowners insurance.Adopted  Action details Not available
21-0075R 0 Global Warming Solutions - Carbon Neutral CityCity Council ResolutionGlobal Warming Solutions - Carbon Neutral City For the purpose of calling on the Mayor, the Baltimore City Council, the Baltimore City Administrator, the Baltimore Office of Sustainability, and the Baltimore Commission on Sustainability to take all necessary actions to make Baltimore a carbon neutral city by 2050.Adopted  Action details Not available
EA21-0071 0 Ramsey HarrisExecutive NominationRamsey Harris Member - Affordable Housing Trust Fund CommissionConfirmed  Action details Not available
EA21-0072 0 C. Matthew HillExecutive NominationC. Matthew Hill Member - Affordable Housing Trust Fund Commission - District 4Confirmed  Action details Not available
EA21-0074 0 Catherine StokesExecutive NominationCatherine Stokes Member - Affordable Housing Trust Fund Commission - District 14Confirmed  Action details Not available
21-0106 0 Study and Report - Oversight of the Baltimore City Fire DepartmentOrdinanceStudy and Report - Oversight of the Baltimore City Fire Department For the purpose of requiring that the Baltimore City Fire Department, in consultation with certain other agencies, submit a report to the Mayor and City Council evaluating the policies, practices, and internal control systems of the Department and evaluating the potential establishment of an office dedicated to compliance and investigations within the Fire Department; and providing for a special effective date.Approved and Sent to the Mayor  Action details Not available
21-0107 0 Study and Report - Operations of the Baltimore City Fire DepartmentOrdinanceStudy and Report - Operations of the Baltimore City Fire Department For the purpose of requiring that the Baltimore City Fire Department, in consultation with certain other agencies, submit a report to the Mayor and City Council evaluating departmental operations, fire suppression and Emergency Medical Services staffing, community risk reduction programs, and performance management programs; and providing for a special effective date.Approved and Sent to the Mayor  Action details Not available
21-0112 0 Charter Amendment - Supplementary Criminal Apprehension and Conviction FundMayor and City Council Res.Charter Amendment - Supplementary Criminal Apprehension and Conviction Fund For the purpose of establishing a continuing, nonlapsing Supplementary Criminal Apprehension and Conviction Fund, to be used exclusively to supplement rewards offered to the public for information leading to the apprehension, arrest, and conviction of criminal suspects; providing for certain modes of appropriation to this Fund; authorizing the Mayor and City Council, by Ordinance, to provide for the oversight, governance, and administration of this Fund; and submitting this amendment to the qualified voters of the City for adoption or rejection.Approved and Sent to the Mayor  Action details Not available
21-0164 0 Decennial Fire and Emergency Medical Services Redistricting PlanOrdinanceDecennial Fire and Emergency Medical Services Redistricting Plan For the purpose of requiring the Baltimore City Fire Chief to prepare a Decennial Fire and Emergency Medical Services Redistricting Plan; requiring the Fire Chief to present the Plan to the Mayor and City Council; requiring the Plan to be approved by resolution of the Mayor and City Council; allowing the Mayor and City Council to amend the Plan under certain circumstances; and generally relating to redistricting the Baltimore City fire battalions and emergency medical services districts.Approved and Sent to the Mayor  Action details Not available