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CLPA List of Upcoming DC Area Policy Meetings (June 19-June 23)

Happy Juneteenth!! As always, it is a busy policy week in the DC Area. Here are some of the most important meetings occurring around the DC Area this week.

District of Columbia

Tomorrow at 11:00 am, the DC Council will hold another Legislative Meeting. The council members will gather to discuss various policies. One notable piece of legislation is an amendment to a bill that CLPA has highlighted in the past, "Expanding Access to Fertility Treatment Amendment Act of 2023" (B25-34), which seeks to make fertility treatments more accessible to individuals and families. Another important resolution on the agenda is PR25-0273, addressing the extension of virtual open meetings, ensuring transparency and public participation. Additionally, the council will discuss the Comprehensive Policing and Justice Reform Temporary Amendment Act of 2023 (B25-0164), aiming to bring about comprehensive reforms in the policing and justice systems.

Charles County

In Charles County, the Board of County Commissioners has no meeting scheduled for this week. However, residents can explore the 2023 Local Legislative Proposals Package and refer to the 2023 BOCC Session Calendar with Public Comment Dates to stay informed about future engagements. Similarly, the Charles County Board of Education will also take a break from their usual board meetings this week.

Montgomery County

Moving on to Montgomery County, the Montgomery County Council is set to meet on Tuesday, June 20, at 9:00 am. On the agenda, we find several intriguing pieces of legislation. Bill 28-23 focuses on the Fuel Energy Tax and the establishment of a Green Bank, emphasizing sustainable practices within the county. Expedited Bill 25-23 proposes amendments to the Development Impact Taxes for Transportation and Public School Improvements, ensuring that the costs are appropriately allocated. Furthermore, Expedited Bill 23-23 aims to amend the Small Business Innovation Research and Small Business Technology Transfer Matching Grant Program, providing crucial support to local entrepreneurs. The Montgomery County Board of Education, however, will not hold a full meeting this week, giving educators and administrators a chance to regroup.

Prince George's County

The Prince George's County Council has a busy week ahead, convening on Tuesday, June 20, at 1:30 pm. A range of legislation and policies will be discussed, each with the potential to impact the lives of county residents. CB-065-2023, the Universal Design for Housing bill, seeks to promote accessibility and inclusivity in housing projects. CB-066-2023 addresses landlord-tenant regulations, emphasizing security measures and equipment to ensure the safety of tenants. The council will also tackle CB-067-2023, which focuses on procurement forecast, employee performance, and outreach for minority business enterprises and small business enterprises. Other bills include CB-046-2023, promoting health and wellness through the Healthy Restaurant Program; CB-061-2023, designating county real property as surplus; and CB-002-2023, which pertains to legislative amendments. On Thursday, June 22, at 7:00 pm, the Prince George's County Board of Education will meet to discuss important matters such as compensation changes due to the Fair Wage Act of 2023 (HB-549).

Alexandria City, Fairfax County, and Arlington County

In Alexandria City, the City Council will not hold a Legislative Meeting this week. However, the Alexandria City School Board will convene for a Special Called meeting on Thursday, June 22, at 6:30 pm. Similarly, the Arlington County Board will take a break from their regular meetings this week. However, the Arlington County School Board has scheduled a meeting on the same day, Thursday, June 22, at 6:30 pm. Lastly, in Fairfax County, the Board of Supervisors will not hold a full meeting this week. The Fairfax County School Board also has no scheduled meeting at this time.

Residents and stakeholders are encouraged to stay informed about these proceedings and engage with their local representatives to contribute to the decision-making process and ensure their voices are heard. CLPA will provide continual updates throughout the week on any new development here on our site, on Twitter: @LocalPolicyCTR, and on Facebook @localpolicycenter. The following is a list of the most significant meetings taking place in the DC Area this week.


Click on the blue hyperlinks below for more information about each meeting.

District of Columbia

DC Council

  • DC Council Legislative Meeting-Tuesday, June 20 at 11:00 am

    • Legislation/Policy of interest:

      • B25-34-the “Expanding Access to Fertility Treatment Amendment Act of 2023”

      • PR25-0273 - Virtual Open Meetings Authority Extension Emergency Declaration Resolution of 2023

      • B25-0164 - Comprehensive Policing and Justice Reform Temporary Amendment Act of 2023

DC State Board of Education



Maryland General Assembly

Charles County

Board of Charles County Commissioners

Charles County Board of Education

Montgomery County

Montgomery County Council

Montgomery County Board of Education

Prince George's County

Prince George's County Council

Prince George's County Board of Education



Virginia General Assembly

Alexandria City

Alexandria City Council

Alexandria City Board of Education

Arlington County

Arlington County Board

Arlington County School Board

Fairfax County

Fairfax County Board of Supervisors

Fairfax County School Board


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