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Meet and Greet with U.S. Senator Chris Van Hollen – Monday, March 27th
Juvenile Crime Update with State’s Attorney Braveboy, Police Chief Aziz, and Sherriff Carr – Tuesday, March 28th
The Prince George’s County Council, sitting as the District Council on land use matters, will convene on Monday, March 27, 2023, at 11:30 a.m. Prior to the District Council session, Council Members will meet in Committee Room 2027 for an informal “Meet and Greet” with U.S. Senator from Maryland, Chris Van Hollen.
The Prince George’s County Council will convene to consider its legislative agenda, on Tuesday, March 28 at 10:00 a.m. Council session will include the presentation and introduction of measures, and the review of Proposed Correspondence. Among proposed legislation scheduled for public hearing on Tuesday and/or eligible for final vote:
CB-011-2023 an Ordinance concerning Consolidated Storage
CR-020-2023 A Resolution concerning the Minor Master Plan Amendment and SMA – Initiation-2006 Approved Master Plan and SMA for the Henson Creek-South Potomac Planning Area
Council Members will also receive a Juvenile Crime Update from State’s Attorney Aisha Braveboy, Police Chief Malik Aziz, and Sherriff John D.B. Carr. A panel of students will ask questions of County law enforcement following the presentation to the Council, as part of the District 8 “Youth Takeover Day”, on Tuesday, March 28th.
The following Council meetings will also be held the week of March 27th:
Monday, March 27th
10:00 a.m. Meet and Greet with United States Senator, Chris Van Hollen
1:30 p.m. Education and Workforce Development Committee (EWD)
Tuesday, March 28th
9:00 a.m. General Assembly Committee
10:00 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. Council Member Edward Burroughs, III, District 8 “Youth Takeover”
County Council sessions, and committee meetings are available for Live and On-Demand viewing HERE. To review meeting agendas in their entirety, click HERE. Agendas are subject to change up to five (5) calendar days prior to the noted date.