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Council Decides to Delay Non-Resident Voting Decision Until September 12

At last night’s Council meeting, the City Council unanimously decided to delay the proposal allowing non-resident to vote at City elections until the September 12 regular meeting. The proposal’s sponsor Councilmember Nagle made the announcement at the beginning of the meeting. The reason for delaying the vote is to explore the possibility of hosting a […]

Wednesday August 9th, 2017 in City Council | No Comments »

Council Mulls Referendum Options on Who Can Vote in City Elections

At tonight’s Council meeting, Council is scheduled to decide whether to move forward and vote on a Charter Amendment to extend the ability to vote in City elections to non-U.S. citizens. The City Council may decide to postpone tonight’s vote until September 12th. This will allow us to discuss an advisory question for a potential referendum […]

Tuesday August 8th, 2017 in City Council | No Comments »

College Park to Recognize a Purple Heart Hero of its Own

Next Tuesday, August 8, during the Mayor and Council Regular meeting, College Park resident John Pedevillano will be honored by the City’s Mayor and Council. Check out the amazing story about Mr. Pedevillano and his valor. Recently, John Pedevillano, 94, of College Park, Maryland, received the Purple Heart for his service during World War II. […]

Thursday August 3rd, 2017 in Announcements, City Council | No Comments »

Council to Discuss Proposal to Immediate Transfer of UMD Properties to a Development Company

At tonight’s meeting, the City Council will discuss the potential transfer of 10 parcels of land currently owned by the University of Maryland to the Terrapin Development Company, LLC (TDC) and whether to send comments to the State Clearinghouse.  The TDC is a limited liability company that was formed by the University of Maryland College […]

Wednesday August 2nd, 2017 in City Council | 1 Comment »

Two Public Hearings at Tonight’s Meeting: Allowing Non-Residents to Vote, and New Fence Ordinance

At tonight’s Council meeting, the City Council will take public comments on two important topics. The Public hearings will start at 7:30pm at the City Council chamber at 4500 Knox Road, College Park, MD 20740. The first Public Hearing will be about amending the City’s Charter to delete the requirement that an individual is a United […]

Tuesday July 11th, 2017 in City Council | No Comments »

Council to Discuss Design Alternatives of Gateway Park

For many years now, the City has been working to build the Gateway Park at the southeast corner of Baltimore avenue and Edgewood Road. So far, $457,000 has been spent on the acquisition of the lot and $22,000 on the demolition. $194,000 has been budgeted on the design and engineering of the park.A vast majority […]

Tuesday July 4th, 2017 in City Council | No Comments »

Council Mulls Allowing Non-Citizens to Vote in City Elections

At tonight’s meeting, the City Council will discuss the possibility of extending the ability to vote in municipal elections to City residents who are not citizens of the United States. Currently, the City uses the voter’s list supplied by the Prince George’s County Board of Elections.  Prince George’s County maintains voter rolls that comply with the […]

Tuesday June 6th, 2017 in City Council, Election | 1 Comment »

FBI to Investigate This Weekend’s UMD Homicide as Possible Hate Crime

The University of Maryland administration asked the FBI to investigate the last murder incident as a possible hate crime. Please see that statement below. The City Council will also issue a statement soon. May 21, 2017 Dear University of Maryland community, The horrific assault that took the life of a young man on our campus […]

Council to Finalize Revised Fence Ordinance Tomorrow

The City Council has been discussing ways to make City’s existing fence ordinance less restrictive, responding to comments it has received from many residents. City’s Advisory Planning Commission (APC) held a Fence Ordinance Listening Session for the general community on December 3, 2015 which resulted in the APC issuing a letter to Mayor and Council […]

Monday March 20th, 2017 in City Council | No Comments »

Council Approves Rezoning of Shabaan Property

Last night, the City Council supported a request from the property owner to rezone a portion of the Shaban property at the north west corner of Edgewood Rd and Rhode Island avenue. The property include the dry cleaner and a green space behind it. They are both currently zoned as O-S (Open-Space). The adjacent shopping […]

Wednesday March 15th, 2017 in City Council | No Comments »

Council to Raise City Employees Salary

At next week’s Council meeting, the Council will consider approving a Unified pay Plan for City Employees, provide a 2% across the board increase and continue step and merit increases as proposed in the new pay plan. In FY17 the City Council approved a Compensation and Classification Study to determine if the salaries paid to […]

Sunday February 26th, 2017 in City Council | No Comments »

City Adopts Resolution Supporting Maryland ‘Trust Act’

At last Tuesday’s Council meeting, the City Council adopted a resolution supporting SB835, Maryland Law Enforcement and Governmental Trust Act. The vote was unanimous. The bill seeks clarification of local participation in federal immigration efforts. If passed it will prohibit: 1) law enforcement personnel from stopping, arresting or searching an individual to inquire about immigration […]

Thursday February 23rd, 2017 in City Council | No Comments »

City to Revisit Fence Ordinance

At tonight’s Council meeting, the City Council will revisit the City’s fence ordinance. As you may recall, there was a listening session on the fence ordinance in December 2015 and the Advisory Planning Commission made recommendations for changes to the ordinance earlier this year. Council discussed changes in October 2016, however we put off making […]

Tuesday February 21st, 2017 in City Council | No Comments »

Paid Internship Opportunity – Hollywood History Project

The Mayor and Council of the City of College Park have an opportunity available for a college student(s) to capture the history of some of College Park’s oldest neighborhoods.  The goal of the project is to collect and preserve the important stories of our senior residents of the Daniels Park and Hollywood neighborhoods for future […]

Tuesday February 14th, 2017 in City Council | No Comments »

Group Plans to Host 2017 Mothers’ Day Race

The College Park Community Foundation (CPCF) will plan and host the Fourth Annual May College Park 5K Race, on Saturday 6th May 2017. The race is being planned for a route similar to last year in Old Town, Calvert Hills and the UMD campus. City plans to co-sponsor this event. City liability insurance will provide […]

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Sunday February 12th, 2017 in City Council | No Comments »