College Park City Council is in brief summer recess, and so it will not be having its regular meeting or work session tomorrow night, instead, it will host four cities meeting at the Berwyn Heights Town Center on Wednesday night (at 7:30 pm).
The Mayors and Council members of College Park and three other neighboring cities Berwyn Heights, Greenbelt and New Carrollton have been holding this kind of meetings for the past several years.
The last four cities’ meeting was held at the College Park City Council chamber on January 31.
The meeting will start with a presentation by Metro representative on Metro Station Security, Maintenance, Parking and Test Track
Then the host Town of Berwyn Heights will discuss Public Works Mutual Aid Agreement between four cities
The City of College Park will lead the discussion on Green Line Problems due to Heat and Power Outages. It will also discuss the Communication issues with PEPCO following the Storm Response
The City of Greenbelt will then lead a discussion on a host of issues. They include: Report on Possible Health Clinic in Franklin Park, a memo on the scheduling of Four Cities street sweeper, a possible MOU between Greenbelt and UMD for resident use of UMD shuttle, an update on Greenbelt middle School walking path (between Berwyn Heights) and of course on the Greenbelt Sector Plan.
Finally, the City of New Carrollton will lead the discussion about how to go about moving forward losing a City Administrator suddenly. It will also talk about the compensation benefits for employees over 65 – specifically, how do cities handle group life insurance for employees over 65.
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