City of Baltimore  
City Council  
City Hall, Room 408  
100 North Holliday Street  
Baltimore, Maryland 21202  
Meeting Agenda - Final  
Monday, March 27, 2023  
5:00 PM  
Du Burns Council Chambers, 4th Floor, City Hall  
Baltimore City Council  
Nicholas J. Mosby, President of the Council - District 1: Zeke Cohen - District 2:  
Danielle N. McCray - District 3: Ryan Dorsey - District 4: Mark Conway - District 5:  
Isaac "Yitzy" Schleifer - District 6: Sharon Green Middleton - District 7: James  
Torrence - District 8: Kristerfer Burnett - District 9: John T. Bullock - District 10:  
Phylicia Porter - District 11: Eric T. Costello - District 12: Robert Stokes, Sr. - District  
13: Antonio Glover - District 14: Odette Ramos  
Call to Order  
Invocation  
Reverend Dr. Kevin Slayton, Pastor of Northwood Appold United Methodist Church  
Pledge of Allegiance  
Showcase Baltimore  
Veronica Jackson, Executive Director PIVOT Baltimore  
Roll Call  
Approval of the Journal  
March 13, 2023  
Communications from the Mayor  
Bills Introduced  
Real Property Tax Credit for Energy Conservation Devices  
For the purpose of amending the energy conservation devices real property tax credit;  
and providing for a special effective date.  
Sponsors:  
John T. Bullock, City Council President (Administration)  
ORDINANCE  
At the request of: Department of Finance  
WAYS AND MEANS COMMITTEE  
High-Performance Inclusionary Housing Tax Credit  
For the purpose of establishing a High-Performance Inclusionary Housing Tax Credit;  
providing for the eligibility criteria of the tax credit; establishing the amount of the tax  
credit; requiring a certain annual report; defining certain terms; and generally relating  
to the High-Performance Inclusionary Housing Tax Credit.  
Sponsors:  
Odette Ramos  
ORDINANCE  
COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE  
Resolutions Introduced  
Informational Hearing - Anti-Littering Campaign in Baltimore City  
For the purpose of inviting the Director of the Office of Sustainability, the Director of  
Public Works, and the Zero Waste Manager of the Department of Public Works to  
discuss the littering and dumping problem in Baltimore City and explore the creation  
of an anti-littering campaign or effort to encourage Baltimore‚Äôs residents and visitors  
to be more mindful of how they dispose of their waste.  
Sponsors:  
Mark Conway  
RESOLUTION  
RULES AND LEGISLATIVE OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE  
Consent Calendar  
(See Section A at back of Agenda)  
2R Second Reader  
Economic and Community Development  
Sponsors:  
Sponsors:  
Landmark List: Exteriors - Baltimore City Engine Company 14 Firehouse  
For the purpose of designating the Baltimore City Engine Company 14 Firehouse,  
1908 Hollins Street (Block 0207, Lot 005), as an historical landmark: exterior.  
John T. Bullock  
RECOMMEND FAVORABLE  
Landmark List: Exteriors - Harlem Theater  
For the purpose of designating the Harlem Theater, 616 North Gilmor Street (Block  
0110, Lot 008), as an historical landmark: exterior.  
John T. Bullock  
RECOMMEND FAVORABLE WITH AMENDMENTS  
Landmark List: Exteriors - Canton Railroad Transfer Bridge  
For the purpose of designating the Canton Railroad Transfer Bridge, an improvement  
only parcel located at Ward 01, Section 10, Block 1902-F, Lot 001, as an historical  
landmark: exterior.  
Sponsors:  
Sponsors:  
Zeke Cohen  
RECOMMEND FAVORABLE  
Landmark List: Exteriors - 3818 Roland Avenue  
For the purpose of designating 3818 Roland Avenue (Block 3563A, Lot 039), as an  
historical landmark: exterior.  
Odette Ramos  
RECOMMEND FAVORABLE  
Landmark List - Reed Calloway House  
For the purpose of designating the Reed Calloway House, 1316 North Carey Street,  
as an historical landmark: exterior.  
Sponsors:  
James Torrence  
RECOMMEND FAVORABLE  
3R Third Reader  
Third Reader (for final passage)  
Vacant Structures - 3-1-1 Complaint Fines  
For the purpose of establishing a fee structure for repeated substantiated 3-1-1  
service requests; providing for a special effective date; and generally relating to fining  
the owner of a vacant structure for repeated service requests.  
Sponsors:  
President Nicholas J. Mosby, Sharon Green Middleton  
Franchise - Underground Snow Melt System  
For the purpose of granting a franchise to the Johns Hopkins Hospital to construct,  
use, and maintain an underground snow melt system, subject to certain terms,  
conditions, and reservations; and providing for a special effective date.  
Sponsors:  
City Council President (Administration)  
Zoning - Conditional Use Conversion of a Single-Family Dwelling Unit to 3  
Dwelling Units in the R-8 Zoning District - 867 Hollins Street  
For the purpose of permitting, subject to certain conditions, the conversion of a  
single-family dwelling into 3 dwelling units in the R-8 Zoning District on the property  
known as 867 Hollins Street (Block 0237, Lot 039), as outlined in red on the  
accompanying plat.  
Sponsors:  
John T. Bullock  
Waterfront Management District and Waterfront Management Authority -  
Renewal Through April 23, 2027  
For the purpose of renewing and continuing the Waterfront Management District and  
Waterfront Management Authority; providing for a special effective date; and  
generally relating to the activities and authority of the Waterfront Management District  
and Waterfront Management Authority.  
Sponsors:  
Eric T. Costello  
Committee Announcements  
Announcements  
THE NEXT MEETING OF THE CITY COUNCIL  
WILL BE HELD ON MONDAY, APRIL 3, 2023 AT 5:00 P.M.  
Adjournment  
Cable Hearing Schedule  
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