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Regular Session of Annapolis City Council Is Tonight

The council is back after a weekend with a strategic planning retreat that some praise as a rousing success.

Three public hearings are on tonight's agenda:

O-40-22 Workforce Housing - To allow workforce housing as a permitted use subject to standards in specific residential, commercial, office, and mixed-use districts; establish workforce housing standards; and generally related to zoning. 

O-55-22 Sediment Control Inspections Process, Fees, and Milestone Inspections - To add conditions for reinspection; create milestone inspections; adjust buildings and construction fees to pay for inspector positions; and update the format of these sections; and generally related to grading, erosion, and sediment control inspections. 
O-57-22 Residential District - Code Section Correction - For the purpose of correcting a referral to a section of city code in Title 21 § 40.050(D)(1) and § 50.040 Table note.

 One ordinance will have its first readings tonight in chambers---this is the first step in the process of editing, grooming, considering, and getting the public comment about them:

O-1-23 Planning Commission - Expanding Commission Membership - To expand the number of Planning Commission members from seven to nine, creating criteria for members; and generally related to the Planning Commission. This adds two members meeting these criteria: have incomes below the Average Median Family Income for the City as determined by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development's Office of Policy Development and Research.


Having its second consideration before the council:
R-61-22 Annual Meeting and Tourism Industry Reception - For the purpose of identifying the Annual Meeting and Tourism Industry Reception that will be held on January 24, 2023, as a Major Special Event; and waiving particular City of Annapolis fees for services related to that event.

The Council Meets at  7 pm at City Hall tonight.

More information about the agenda can be found here.

Anyone needing reasonable accommodation to participate in a public meeting held by the City of Annapolis should contact Regina Watkins-Eldridge at 410.263.7942, by MD Relay (711), or by email at cityclerk@annapolis.gov at least five days before the meeting date to request assistance.

 

 

 

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