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Meeting Name: Baltimore City Council Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 5/16/2022 5:00 PM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: Du Burns Chambers, 4th Floor, City Hall
Published agenda: Agenda Agenda Accessible Agenda Accessible Agenda Published minutes: Journal 5-16-22 Journal 5-16-22  
Attachments: Consent Calendar - Section A
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EA22-0122 0 Amy M. McClainExecutive NominationAmy M. McClain Member - Affordable Housing Trust Fund Commission - District 11Assigned  Action details Not available
22-0235 0 Ordinance of Estimates for the Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 2023OrdinanceOrdinance of Estimates for the Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 2023 For the purpose of providing the appropriations estimated to be needed by each agency of the City of Baltimore for operating programs and capital projects during the Fiscal 2023 year.Assigned  Action details Not available
22-0236 0 Annual Property Tax - Fiscal Year 2023OrdinanceAnnual Property Tax - Fiscal Year 2023 For the purpose of providing a tax for the use of the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore for the period July 1, 2021, through June 30, 2023; and setting the semiannual payment service charge for that period.Assigned  Action details Not available
22-0237 0 Operating Budget for the Baltimore City Board of School Commissioners for the Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 2023Mayor and City Council Res.Operating Budget for the Baltimore City Board of School Commissioners for the Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 2023 For the purpose of approving the budget estimated to be needed for the Baltimore City Board of School Commissioners for operating programs during Fiscal 2023; providing for certification of the approved budget to the State Superintendent of Schools; and providing for a special effective date.Assigned  Action details Not available
22-0238 0 Charter Amendment - Inspector General - Advisory BoardMayor and City Council Res.Charter Amendment - Inspector General - Advisory Board For the purpose of altering the method by which individuals are selected to be members of the advisory board that appoints the Inspector General; requiring a member of the City Council to consider certain factors when nominating a candidate for the advisory board; setting term limits and staggering certain terms; and submitting this amendment to the qualified voters of the City for adoption or rejection.Assigned  Action details Not available
22-0239 0 Sale of Property - 2001 Park AvenueOrdinanceSale of Property - 2001 Park Avenue 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 2001 Park Avenue (Block 3448; Lot 030) and is no longer needed for public use; and providing for a special effective date.Assigned  Action details Not available
22-0240 0 Sale of Property - 711 North Arlington Avenue (Block 0104, Portion of Lot 062)OrdinanceSale of Property - 711 North Arlington Avenue (Block 0104, Portion of Lot 062) 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 located at 711 North Arlington Avenue (Block 0104, Portion of Lot 062) and no longer needed for public use; and providing for a special effective date.Assigned  Action details Not available
22-0241 0 Youth Football - Presence of Emergency Medical ServicesOrdinanceYouth Football - Presence of Emergency Medical Services For the purpose of requiring a youth sports program to have emergency medical services personnel present at all youth football games in which youth athletes participate.Assigned  Action details Not available
22-0105R 0 Approval for the Exchange of a Class B-D-7 License to a Class A-7 License for Use at 1238 Greenmount Avenune, 21202City Council ResolutionApproval for the Exchange of a Class B-D-7 License to a Class A-7 License for Use at 1238 Greenmount Avenune, 21202 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 1238 Greenmount Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland 21202 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
22-0106R 0 Investigational Hearing - Solar FarmingCity Council ResolutionInvestigational Hearing - Solar Farming For the purpose of inviting representatives from WeSolar, the Department of Public Works, the Department of Housing and Community Development, the Department of Recreation and Parks, the Department of Planning’s Office of Sustainability, the Department of General Services, the Comptroller, the City Administrator, the State Public Service Commission, and the Baltimore Gas and Electric Company to brief the City Council on commercial and residential solar farming and to assess how solar farming can benefit the citizens of Baltimore City.Assigned  Action details Not available
22-0107R 0 Informational Hearing - School SafetyCity Council ResolutionInformational Hearing - School Safety For the purpose of inviting representatives from the Baltimore City Public School System, the Baltimore Police Department, the Baltimore City School Police, the Baltimore Fire Department, including the Emergency Medical Service (EMS) Division, the Mayor’s Office of Neighborhood Safety and Engagement, the Office of the State’s Attorney for Baltimore City, the Maryland Department of Juvenile Services, the Mayor’s Office of African American Male Engagement, the Mayor’s Office of Children and Family Success, and the Community Action Partnership to brief the City Council regarding safety in our schools, current safety measurers and future steps to take to keep our students and school staff safe.Assigned  Action details Not available
22-0108R 0 Investigative Hearing - Druid Lake and Ashburton Water TanksCity Council ResolutionInvestigative Hearing - Druid Lake and Ashburton Water Tanks For the purpose of inviting representatives from the Department of Recreation and Parks (“BCRP”) and the Department of Public Works to provide information on the Druid Lake and Ashburton water tanks projects, including a general overview highlighting the importance of the projects, an updated time line for the completion of the projects, a summary of the environmental implications of the projects and any corrective actions taken on environmental issues reported to the Maryland Department of the Environment, an assessment of the scope of the projects and whether they are on track to stay within the allotted budget, a detailed description of the proposed park amenities and restoration, a discussion of BCRP’s plan to maintain Druid Lake Park during the ongoing construction work, and an assessment of how these projects align with equitable neighborhood development for the surrounding communities.Assigned  Action details Not available
22-0109R 0 Request for City Action - Fund to Support Reproductive Health CareCity Council ResolutionRequest for City Action - Fund to Support Reproductive Health Care For the purpose of inviting the Mayor to work with the City Council to create a public fund that supports community-based organizations in Baltimore that are engaged in reproductive health services.Adopted  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.Adopted  Action details Not available
21-0047 0 Charter Amendment - Dante Barksdale Career Technology Apprenticeship FundOrdinanceCharter Amendment - Dante Barksdale Career Technology Apprenticeship Fund For the purpose of establishing a continuing, non-lapsing Dante Barksdale Career Technology Education Fund, to be used exclusively to supplement pre-apprenticeship programs and other workforce development programs; requiring a minimum monthly 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.3rd Reader, for final passage  Action details Not available
21-0056R 0 From Front Door to Schoolhouse DoorCity Council ResolutionFrom Front Door to Schoolhouse Door For the purpose of inviting representatives from the Department of Transportation, Department of Health, Baltimore City Public Schools, Mayor's Office of Children and Family Success and Office of Equity and Civil Rights to discuss our children’s commute to school.Adopted  Action details Not available
22-0098R 0 Upkeep and Maintenance of Vacant Lots and Public Green SpacesCity Council ResolutionUpkeep and Maintenance of Vacant Lots and Public Green Spaces For the purpose of requesting the Director of the Department of Recreation and Parks, the Director of the Department of Planning, the Director of the Department of Transportation, the Director of the Department of Housing and Community Development, the Head of the Bureau of Solid Waste, the Sustainability Coordinator, a representative from the Office of the Comptroller, and the Chief of the Bureau of Budget and Management Research to report on the annual cumulative total of calls for service for the upkeep and maintenance of vacant lots and green spaces.Adopted  Action details Not available
21-0094 0 Public Safety Apprenticeship Program - Establishment (The Hometown Heroes Act)OrdinancePublic Safety Apprenticeship Program - Establishment (The Hometown Heroes Act) For the purpose of providing for the establishment and implementation of a Public Safety Apprenticeship Program for Baltimore City; providing for the development and oversight of the Program by the Baltimore City Fire Department in partnership with certain other public safety agencies in Baltimore City; establishing the purposes of the Program; and requiring that the Baltimore City Fire Department report annually certain information to the Mayor and City Council and requiring the report to be made available on the Department’s website.3rd Reader, for final passage  Action details Not available
22-0191 0 Homeless Shelters and Transitional Housing Units - Human Trafficking Notice RequirementsOrdinanceHomeless Shelters and Transitional Housing Units - Human Trafficking Notice Requirements For the purpose of requiring homeless shelters and transitional housing units within the City of Baltimore to place a notice regarding a certain human trafficking prevention hotline in certain locations; providing that the required human trafficking notices may be obtained from the United States Department of Homeland Security’s Blue Campaign website; providing for certain penalties; and generally relating to human trafficking notice requirements for homeless shelters and transitional housing units.3rd Reader, for final passage  Action details Not available
EA22-0114 0 Berke AttilaExecutive NominationBerke Attila Director - Department of General Services - District 11Confirmed  Action details Not available
EA22-0115 0 Aloma BuomaExecutive NominationAloma Buoma Member - Mayor's Commission on Disabilities - District 12Confirmed  Action details Not available
EA22-0116 0 Sara LangmeadExecutive NominationSara Langmead Member - Commission for Historical and Architectural Preservation - District 6Confirmed  Action details Not available
EA22-0117 0 Honorable Zakia MahasaExecutive NominationHonorable Zakia Mahasa Member - Employee Retirement Systems Board of Trustees - District 2Confirmed  Action details Not available
EA22-0119 0 Kevin ClearyExecutive NominationKevin Cleary Member - Environmental Control Board - District 14Confirmed  Action details Not available
EA22-0120 0 Londyn Smith De RichelieuExecutive NominationLondyn Smith De Richelieu Director - LGBTQ Affairs - District 12Confirmed  Action details Not available
EA22-0121 0 Garrett PowerExecutive NominationGarrett Power Member - Historical and Architectural Preservation Committee - District 14Confirmed  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.3rd Reader, for final passage  Action details Not available
22-0209 0 Sale of Property - 620 North Caroline StreetOrdinanceSale of Property - 620 North Caroline 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 620 North Caroline Street (Block 1280, Lot 003) and is no longer needed for public use; and providing for a special effective date.3rd Reader, for final passage  Action details Not available
22-0194 0 Charles Village Community Benefits District and Management AuthorityMayor and City Council Res.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.Approved and Sent to the Mayor  Action details Not available