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CLPA List of Upcoming DC Area Policy Meetings (June 26-June 30)

As usual, it is a busy week policy-wise across the Washington DC Metropolitan area, as various government bodies convene to discuss important legislation and policies. Here is CLPA's weekly update highlighting several of the key meetings and topics of interest taking place across the region.



District of Columbia


DC Council

On Thursday, June 29, the DC Council will hold a Housing Public Hearing at 10:00 am. The council members will discuss two significant pieces of legislation: B25-0049, the "Local Rent Supplement Program Eligibility Amendment Act of 2023," and B25-0227, the "Rent Stabilization Protection Amendment Act of 2023."


DC State Board of Education

There will be no public meeting of the DC State Board of Education this week.


 

Maryland


Maryland General Assembly:

Both the Maryland House of Delegates and the Maryland Senate are currently adjourned and not in session.






Charles County



Board of Charles County Commissioners

On Tuesday, June 27, the Board of Charles County Commissioners will meet at 9:00 am. The discussion surrounding the request to introduce Bill 2023-06 is of particular interest, which focuses on revisions to purchasing procedures and the Minority and Women-Owned Business Enterprise Program. The public can access additional resources such as the 2023 Local Legislative Proposals Package and the 2023 BOCC Session Calendar with Public Comment Dates.




Charles County Board of Education

There will be no board meeting of the Charles County Board of Education this week.



Montgomery County


Montgomery County Council

The Montgomery County Council will hold its meeting on Tuesday, June 26, at 9:00 am. Among the topics to be discussed is the appointment of a Montgomery County Anti-Hate Task Force and a semi-annual update from the Health Officer, which will include a COVID-19 update.







Montgomery County Board of Education

The Montgomery County Board of Education will convene for a business meeting on Wednesday, June 27, at 3:00 pm. Of note is the discussion regarding the COVID-19 vaccination mandate for Montgomery County Public Schools employees.



Prince George's County



Prince George's County Council

No meeting of the Prince George's County Council is scheduled for this week.
















Prince George's County Board of Education

There will be no board meeting of the Prince George's County Board of Education this week.


 

Virginia

Virginia General Assembly:

Both the Virginia House of Delegates and the Virginia Senate are adjourned and not in session.






Alexandria City:



Alexandria City Council:

The Alexandria City Council will hold a Legislative Meeting Tuesday, June 27 at 5:30 with several important items on the agenda. One of the key topics of interest is a public hearing and consideration of a resolution to endorse the Duke Street Transitway Advisory Group Recommendation for a Preferred Concept Design for the Duke Street Corridor.




Alexandria City Board of Education:

No meeting of the Alexandria City School Board is scheduled for this week.


Arlington County



Arlington County Board

There will be no meeting of the Arlington County Board this week.











Arlington County School Board

No meeting of the Arlington County School Board is scheduled for this week.


Fairfax County


Fairfax County Board of Supervisors

On Wednesday, June 27, at 9:30 am, the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors will convene. During the meeting, the Board of Supervisors will review various policies, including a memorandum of understanding, parking reductions, a revitalization designation, pedestrian access modifications, a school bus safety agreement, and a community center development project. .



Fairfax County School Board

The Fairfax County School Board will meet on Monday, June 26, at 7:00 pm. While the agenda covers various topics, the changes to the School Board's governance manual and meeting script language regarding community participation in meetings are of particular importance.


 


Staying informed about local policies is of utmost importance as they significantly impact our daily lives. From zoning laws to school funding, these decisions affect everything from the cost of living to the quality of education. Therefore, it's crucial to be aware of what's happening in our communities and voice our opinions when shaping policies that affect us all. 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.


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