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CLPA List of Upcoming DC Area Policy Meetings (July 2- July 5)

Discover the latest updates and key developments in local government activities across the District of Columbia, Maryland, Virginia, and beyond in our weekly comprehensive report. From legislative meetings to policy reviews, budget discussions, and educational initiatives, this update provides a concise overview of essential matters shaping the future of these regions.


Whether you're a concerned citizen, policymaker, or simply interested in staying informed about local governance, this report offers valuable insights into the decisions and actions that impact your community. Dive into the details of government agendas and stay up-to-date on the critical issues that shape the fabric of these diverse and dynamic localities.


See a complete list of meetings below.



District of Columbia



DC Council


The DC Council will not have a legislative meeting meeting this week.


DC State Board of Education

The DC State Board of Education will not have a public meeting this week.

 

Maryland




Maryland General Assembly:

The Maryland House of Delegates and the Maryland Senate have adjourned for the year and will be back in session in January 2025.

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Charles County




Board of Charles County Commissioners

The Board of Charles County Commissioners will not have a public meeting this week.

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Montgomery County


Montgomery County Council

The Montgomery County Council will not have a public meeting this week.


Montgomery County Board of Education

The Montgomery County Board of Education will not have a public meeting this week.



Prince George's County



Prince George's County Council


The Prince George's County Council will convene at 10 am today to discuss several significant legislative matters. Key bills and resolutions on the agenda include:


  1. CB-058-2024: This bill aims to enhance public awareness of local development activities by creating a single public interface for tracking development applications. The goal is to streamline the process and make it easier for residents to stay informed about changes in their communities.

  2. CB-059-2024: This bill mandates that single-family and multifamily rental facilities disclose essential information, including ownership and mortgage holder details. The thought behind the bill is to increase transparency to help protect tenants and ensure accountability in rental housing.

  3. CB-060-2024: This legislation seeks to repeal the grant exemption from procurement competition. It would allow goods and services funded by grants to undergo open competition to increase fairness and efficiency in the county's procurement process.

  4. CR-061-2024: This resolution proposes establishing the Prince George's County Artificial Intelligence Task Force to keep the county competitive and prepare its workforce for the AI era to enhance service delivery and build public trust in AI technologies.

  5. CB-002-2024: This bill will amend the Housing Code to allow notices of violations and citations to be sent via email, provided written consent is given. This would modernize the notification process and may improve communication and compliance.

  6. CB-023-2024: This bill prohibits contractors and subcontractors from engaging in sex trafficking and labor trafficking, with strict penalties for violations, including contract termination which is crucial for protecting vulnerable individuals and ensuring ethical practices in county contracts.

  7. CB-048-2024: This bill involves the transfer and supplementary appropriations within the FY 2024 Capital Budget to support various projects, including library renovations, school construction, and environmental compliance. These adjustments are essential for advancing community development and infrastructure.

  8. CB-049-2024: This legislation seeks to repeal the additional sales and use tax on telecommunications services that supplement local funding for the Board of Education, applying retroactively. This change may alleviate some residents' tax burdens.

  9. CR-029-2024: This resolution encourages collaboration between local universities to offer tuition and credit benefits for Prince George's County Police Department personnel, promoting continued education and professional development.

  10. CR-036-2024, CR-037-2024, and CR-038-2024: These resolutions approve full waivers of the public safety facilities surcharge for residential projects, including "The Highlands," "The Cassidy," and "Park Place at Addison Road Metro." These waivers aim to support housing development and economic growth in the county.


Prince George's County Board of Education


The Prince George's County Board of Education will not have a full public meeting of the Board this week.

 

Virginia



Virginia General Assembly:

The Virginia House of Delegates and the Virginia Senate have adjourned for the 2024 session. They will be back in session in January 2025.

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Alexandria City



Alexandria City Council:

The Alexandria City Council is not in session for the month of July.


Alexandria City Board of Education


The Alexandria City Board of Education will not have a full committee meeting this week.

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Arlington County




Arlington County Board

The Arlington County Board will not have a full Board meeting this week.


Arlington County School Board

The Arlington County School Board will not hold a full public meeting this week.


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Fairfax County




Fairfax County Board of Supervisors

The Fairfax County Board of Supervisors will not have a full public meeting this week.


Fairfax County School Board

Fairfax County School Board will not hold a public meeting this week.

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CLPA will provide continual updates throughout the week on any new developments on our site, on Twitter: @LocalPolicyCTR, and on Facebook @localpolicycenter.


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