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Category: City Council

Council Mulls Comments on Greenbelt Station

At tomorrow’s meeting, the City Council will consider approving a resolution about City’s views on the 3rd phase Greenbelt Station development. The Council discussed the items at last Tuesday’s worksession. Some of the items we’ve been considering are as follows: 1. Revise the site plan to relocate the pedestrian overpass to the area shown as […]

Council to Discuss Branchville Crossing Development

The City Council will discuss the Branchville development at tonight’s worksession meeting. Recently, the City has received notice from DHCD ( Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development) of an application for $1,499,850 of federal Low Income Tax Credits and $1 ,142,642 of Rental Housing Funds for Branchville Crossing (please see below) This is a […]

Tuesday October 20th, 2015 in Branchville Crossing, City Council | No Comments »

City Publishes 2015-2016 Resident Guide

The City has recently published our annual 2015-2016 residents guide. Our staff has hand delivered the guide to all of City’s 5000 single family houses. In this handy booklet, our staff has captured the most pertinent information about City Services and how you can play a role in making our community even healthier and happier. […]

Saturday September 19th, 2015 in City Council, Community | No Comments »

Council Set to Finalize City Operations Sustainability Plan

At tonight’s Council worksession, the City Council will review the draft sustainability plan. The plan is aims to achieve the followings: Reduce carbon emissions and other environmental and unhealthy impacts created by City operations Coordinate sustainable practices across all City operations Position the City as an organization receptive to innovation and leading practices in sustainability Improve […]

Tuesday September 15th, 2015 in City Council | No Comments »

Good Bye, Joe Nagro!

After serving College Park and its residents for 26 years, our outgoing City Manager Joe Nagro will be leaving this Friday. He attended his last City Council meeting last night. Joe will be missed dearly by many – especially those of us on the Council. He was a living database of City information. Often time, […]

Wednesday September 9th, 2015 in City Council | No Comments »

Council to Dissolve Farmers Market and Green Team Committees

At tomorrow’s meeting, the City Council will dissolve two committees – teh Downtown Farmers Market Committee and the Sustainable Maryland Certification (SMC) Committee. On April 10, 2012 the College Park City Council established the Farmers Market Committee. The Ccommittee helped to implement a successful farmers market in downtown College Park. The downtown farmers market is now well […]

Monday September 7th, 2015 in City Council | No Comments »

College Park Announces New City Manager

Mayor Andrew M. Fellows announced Tuesday night that the City Council has selected Scott Somers as the next City Manager of College Park. Somers will replace Joseph L. Nagro who is retiring in September after 25 years with the City. Fellows said the City Council worked closely with residents and other stakeholders on developing the […]

Saturday August 15th, 2015 in Announcements, City Council | No Comments »

Council Asks SHA to Address Concerns about Rt 1 Reconstruction

SHA presented a summary of the current plans of Route 1 reconstruction design during the August 5, 2015 Worksession. City, County, and University staff have urged SHA to consider some additional changes to create an appropriate landscape buffer for pedestrians and improved safety for cyclists. In the past, SHA has met with City, County, and […]

Wednesday August 12th, 2015 in City Council, Development, Route 1 | No Comments »

Council to Discuss Residents Shuttle Bus Service

At tonight’s Council worksession, we will discuss a proposal from Mayor Pro Tem Mitchell and me for a commuter bus shuttle for residents of College Park Woods and north College Park. Two requests for shuttle bus service were included in the FY16 Mayor & Council Wish List. Both of these requests were tabled during the […]

Tuesday July 14th, 2015 in City Council | No Comments »

Council to Weigh in UMD’s Proposal for Alcohol Sales at Sporting Events

At tomorrow’s worksession, the City Council will discuss and possibly take a position on the University of Maryland’s proposal to sell alcohol sales at sporting events. The plan calls for university dining services to begin beer and wine sales at athletic venues, including 54,000-seat Byrd Stadium and the 17,950-seat Xfinity Center. The SGA, the Graduate […]

City to Express Disappointment about Undergrounding on Route 1

Here is the letter on the Rt. 1 undergrounding we’ll consider approving at tomorrow’s meeting. We’re truly disappointed that the undergrounding is not going to happen after spending $150,000 of our residents’ tax dollars ————————————– Douglas H.Simmons Acting Administrator State Highway Administrator 707 North Calvert Street Baltimore, Maryland 21202 Re: Reconstruction of US 1 Dear […]

Monday June 8th, 2015 in City Council, Route 1 | 2 Comments »

City to Award Grants to College Park’s Community Groups

At tonight’s meeting, the City Council will consider awarding grants to a number of community organizations serving College Park’s residents. The FY2015 adopted operating budget provides $20,000 in funding for community services grants, limited to $2,500 per organization.  Grant applications were e-mailed to previous recipient organizations on April 21 and were advertised on the City’s […]

Tuesday June 2nd, 2015 in City Council | No Comments »

Council to Discuss City’s Network Software Sysems

At next Tuesday’s worksession, the City Council will review City’s network software systems that is used by the Finance, Human Resources, Public Services and Public Works departments. Our network software is provided by SunGard Public Sector (formerly known as HTE) and was installed and implemented in early 1999, following a 1998 RFP process. Most applications […]

Sunday May 17th, 2015 in City Council | 4 Comments »

University Proposes to Build Child Care Center at Calvert Rd Site

Carlo Colella, Vice President of Administrative Affairs at the University of Maryland, came to last Tuesday’s City Council meeting to make a presentation about possible use of the city’s Calvert Road facility as a site for day care available to UMD staff and College Park residents. The city has owned this property for about 20 […]

Thursday May 14th, 2015 in City Council, University of Maryland | No Comments »

Council Asks Camden Management to Discuss Residents’ Concerns

Recently, we met with a group of residents from the Camden apartment to discuss a number of issues the residents have been facing over several months. At last night’s meeting, the City Council sent a letter to the Camden management inviting them to a future Council worksession. Please see below that letter. Mr. Richard Key […]

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Wednesday March 11th, 2015 in City Council | No Comments »