Session Detail For Legislative Public Hearing - June

 

  • Session Title: Legislative Public Hearing - June
  • Session Type: Legislative Public Hearing
  • Session Description: Legislative Public Hearing - June
  • Session Date: 6/21/2021 7:00 PM
  • Session Location: Virtual
  • Registration Start: 6/8/2021 9:00 AM
  • Registration End: 6/20/2021 7:00 PM
Legislation NumberLegislation Title
CR94-2021A RESOLUTION confirming the appointment of Christina J. Bostick, Esquire, to the Human Trafficking Prevention Coordination Council.
CR96-2021A RESOLUTION confirming the appointment of Jonah Daniel Hornum to the Human Rights Commission.
CR97-2021A RESOLUTION confirming the appointment of Vinitha Nithianandam, to the Human Trafficking Prevention Coordination Council.
CR98-2021A RESOLUTION confirming the appointment of Jimmy Rhee to the Board of Directors of the Economic Development Authority.
CR99-2021A RESOLUTION confirming the appointment of Sahara Ukaegbu to the Human Rights Commission.
CR100-2021A RESOLUTION confirming the appointment of Anthony Carroll Wisniewski, Esquire, to the Board of Health.
CR101-2021A RESOLUTION confirming the appointment of Gerardus “Jerry” Wykoff, to the Howard County Commission for Veterans and Military Families.
CR102-2021A RESOLUTION approving a list of Howard County residents to be sent to the Governor, in accordance with State law, so that the Governor may choose one of the residents from the list to fill a vacancy on the Property Tax Assessment Appeal Board.
CR103-2021A RESOLUTION confirming the reappointment of Richard Lombardo to the Board of Directors of the Economic Development Authority.
CB43-2021AN ACT making emergency appropriations pursuant to Section 610(b) of the Howard County Charter and amending the Annual Budget and Appropriation for Fiscal Year 2021 in order to receive additional grant funding from the United States Department of the Treasury to provide rent and utility assistance; from the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development as part of the HOME Grant; from the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s Public Assistance Program and the U.S. Department of Health
CB44-2021AN ACT approving and providing for a multi-year Installment Purchase Agreement by Howard County, Maryland to acquire development rights in approximately 24.6 acres of agricultural land located on Buckskin Lake Drive, Ellicott City, Howard County, Maryland, from Karen Moore-Roby or any other owner thereof for a maximum purchase price of $629,800 or, if less, not more than $25,600 per acre or portion thereof, rounded to the next highest $100, plus interest on the deferred portion of such purchase
CB45-2021AN ACT approving and providing for a multi-year Installment Purchase Agreement by Howard County, Maryland to acquire development rights in approximately 39.25 acres of agricultural land located on Jennings Chapel Road, Woodbine, Howard County, Maryland, from JRNL, LLC or any other owner thereof for a maximum purchase price of $1,122,600 or, if less, not more than $28,600 per acre or portion thereof, rounded to the next highest $100, plus interest on the deferred portion of such purchase price; p
CB46-2021AN ACT pursuant to Section 612 of the Howard County Charter, approving a multi-year Lease between Howard County, Maryland and FV 9017 Red Branch, LLC, for the lease of 8,125 square feet of leasable space, commonly known as Suite E, located at 9017 Red Branch Road, Columbia, Maryland 21045; authorizing the County Executive to make changes to the Agreement, under certain conditions; authorizing the County Executive to execute the Agreement; and generally relating to the Agreement.
CB47-2021AN ACT pursuant to Section 1.111(e) of the Howard County Code, approving provisions in a collective bargaining agreement between Howard County and the International Association of Firefighters, Howard County Local 2000 that are in conflict with the provisions of Title 1 “Human Resources” of the Howard County Code or the Employee Manual; approving a multi-year collective bargaining agreement between Howard County and the International Association of Firefighters, Howard County Local 2000 that wil
CB48-2021AN ACT amending the Pay Plan for Howard County; providing pay scales for certain employees based on certain recently negotiated agreements; amending certain pay scales; amending overtime and compensatory time provisions relative to certain police employees; providing for the application of this Act; and generally relating to the Pay Plan for Howard County.
CB49-2021AN ACT amending Recreation and Parks provisions of the County Code; prohibiting discrimination in accordance with the County Code; providing that certain activities may be conducted upon a permit required by the Director; clarifying the reserved use of park property; clarifying, amending and adding activities that require a permit; incorporating provisions related to electronic bikes and scooters; prohibiting ice skating, off-road vehicles, and standup paddle boarding on park property; providing
CB50-2021AN ACT amending Council Bill No. 59-2018 to provide an additional two years before certain adjustments will be null and void unless certain conditions are met related to Zoning Board approval and the connection to public water and sewer related to the development of Property located west of Clarksville Pike (Md Route 108) and south of Sheppard Lane, in Clarksville, Howard County, Maryland; and generally relating to PlanHoward 2030.
CR104-2021A RESOLUTION adopting the Housing Unit Allocation Chart for Fiscal Year 2022 pursuant to the Adequate Public Facilities Act of Howard County.
CR105-2021A RESOLUTION adopting the School Capacity Chart, pursuant to the Adequate Public Facilities Act of Howard County, to designate the elementary school regions, elementary schools, middle schools, and high schools constrained for new residential development during each of the following years as based on the definition of program capacity as defined by Howard County Public School System policy.
CR106-2021A RESOLUTION pursuant to Section 4.201 of the Howard County Code declaring that a portion of land containing a total of 0.288 acres owned by Howard County, Maryland located on Maryland Route 103 at Fire Station No. 2 is no longer needed by the County for public purposes; authorizing the County Executive to convey, upon certain consideration, fee simple title to and permanent easement interests in the property to the State of Maryland; waiving the advertising and bidding requirements of Section 4
CR107-2021A RESOLUTION pursuant to Section 4.201 of the Howard County Code declaring that a portion of land owned by Howard County, Maryland and located at Centennial Park, along Centennial Lane and Maryland Route 108, is no longer needed by the County for public purposes; authorizing the County Executive to convey, upon certain consideration, fee simple title to 0.8344 acres and permanent easement interests in 0.1514 acres to the State of Maryland; waiving the advertising and bidding requirements of Sect
CR108-2021A RESOLUTION pursuant to Section 4.201 of the Howard County Code declaring that a portion of land containing a total of 1.120 acres owned by Howard County, Maryland located at Maryland Route 103 at Old Stockbridge Drive and Wesley Lane is no longer needed by the County for public purposes; authorizing the County Executive to convey fee simple title to the property to the State of Maryland; waiving the advertising and bidding requirements of Section 4.201 of the Howard County Code; and providing
CB51-2021AN ACT to permit motor vehicle fueling facilities in the PGCC Multi-use Subdistrict subject to Planning Board approval and under specified conditions; and generally relating to the Howard County Zoning Regulations.
CR110-2021A RESOLUTION approving supplemental appropriation and certain transfers between major categories in the Howard County Board of Education’s Operating Budget for Fiscal Year 2022, per request of the Board of Education; to increase the Board of Education’s General Fund appropriation by $12 million through adding $12 million in use of the School System’s Fund Balance, and include categorical transfers to align with spending needs; to increase Grant Fund appropriation by $58,506,702 to account for $4

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