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Coming Attractions - County Council

Council Coming Attractions is a summary of some of the issues before the Council. All Council staff reports and additional information on each item scheduled for Council review can be found at: Agendas, Packets & Actions.

Also the Council meeting schedule may change from time to time. The current Council agenda can always be found at: Current Agenda.

Date Title
February 12, 2018 County Capital Budget, Solar Collection System Standards, Small Cell Tower Antennas and Spending Affordability Guidelines for FY19
February 5, 2018 County Capital Budget, Water Quality Protection Charge, Financial Disclosure & Lobbying, Development Impact Taxes, Public Takings & White Flint 2 Parklawn Overlay Zone
January 29, 2018 Fiscal Year 2018 Budget Savings Plan, Spending Affordability Guidelines, Roadway Solicitation and WSSC Rates
January 22, 2018 Fiscal Year 2018 Budget Savings Plan, Prescription Drug Affordability, Childcare Programs, Out of School Time, Spending Affordability Guidelines, Local Small Business Reserve Program and Vision Zero
January 15, 2018 Fiscal Year 2018 Budget Savings Plan, Resolution on Affordable Prescriptions. Factors Driving the Cost of Government, Energized Public Spaces Functional Master Plan, Development Impact Taxes, and Wheaton Redevelopment Update
December 4, 2017 Grosvenor-Strathmore Metro Area Minor Master Plan, White Flint 2 Sector Plan, Antennas on Existing Structures, Regulations for Swimming Pools, Payments for Service Providers and Montgomery College Workforce Development
Nov 27, 2017 County Health Update, Grosvenor-Strathmore Metro Area Minor Master Plan, Update on the Maryland Commission on Innovation and Excellence in Education, Gang Prevention, Zoning Changes for Brewing and Distilling, Antennas, and Bed and Breakfasts
Nov 6, 2017 Minimum Wage, Human Trafficking, Services for East County, Performance Animals, White Flint 2 Sector Plan, and Grosvenor-Strathmore Metro Area Minor Master Plan
Oct 30, 2017 Development Impact Taxes, Affordable Housing, Payments to Service Providers,Swimming Pool Lifeguards, Burial Sites, Country Inn Standards and More
Oct 23, 2017 White Flint 2 Sector Plan, Impact Assistance Fund, Burial Sites, and Public Hearing on Grosvenor-Strathmore Metro Area Minor Master Plan Amendment
Oct 16, 2017 Gun Violence, Security Improvement Grants, Burial Sites, Student Loan Refinancing and Substance Abuse Prevention
Oct 9, 2017 Minimum Wage, Bed and Breakfast Regulations, White Flint 2 Sector Plan, Satellite Dishes, and Ripley/Silver Spring South Overlay Zone
Oct 2, 2017 Public Campaign Financing, Capital Budget and Spending Affordability, Planning Board’s Semi-Annual Report, and Business Incentives
Sep 25, 2017 Brewing and Distilling, Short-term Rentals, Body Cameras, Purple Line Update and the Future of Transportation
Sep 18, 2017 Short-term Rentals, Green Construction, White Flint 2 Sector Plan & MCPS Fund Balance Update 
Sep 11, 2017 Safety Zone for Archery Hunters, Performance Animals, International Green Construction Code & Mental Health Court
July 24, 2017 Minimum Wage, Human Trafficking Prevention, Taxicab Licenses, Dog Parks, and Pubic Campaign Financing
July 17, 2017 Crime and Gang Activity, Head Start Expansion, Viva White Oak Update, Bethesda Overlay Zone, and Ripley/Silver Spring South Overlay Zone 
July 10, 2017 Public Campaign Financing, Bethesda Overlay Zone, Hotel Lifeguards, Rock Spring Master Plan, and Opioid Report
June 26, 2017 Fiscal Year 2018-2023 Fiscal Plan, Zoning Issues, Roadway Maintenance funding for Homeowners’ Associations, Leash-free Dog Parks, and Property Tax Credit for Retired Military Services Members
June 19, 2017 Innovation Economy, South County Recreation and Aquatic Center, and Landlord-Tenant Relations
June 12, 2017 Short-term Rentals, Bus Rapid Transit on Veirs Mill Road, South County Regional Recreation and Aquatic Center, Energy Efficiency, and Taxicab Licenses 
May 15, 2017 Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission, Park and Planning, Montgomery County Public Schools, Bus Rapid Transit, Fuel-Energy Tax Exemption, Resolution on Environmental, Social and Governance Investment Policy Guidelines and Fossil Fuel Company Investments, and More 
May 8, 2017 Montgomery College, Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission, Health and Human Services, Transportation, and Bus Rapid Transit
May 1, 2017 Property Tax Credit for Retired Military Service Members, Off-Street Parking,Parking Lot Districts, Housing and Building Maintenance, and Business Services Center
April 24, 2017 Compensation and Benefits, Collective Bargaining Agreements, and Bethesda Downtown Sector Plan
April 17, 2017 FY18 Operating Budget Overview, Healthy Vending Standards, Housing and Building Maintenance Standards, and Bethesda Downtown Sector Plan
April 3, 2017 BethesdaPublic Information Act, Business Services, Fuel-Energy Tax Exemption & Semi-annual Report
March 27, 2017 Bethesda Downtown Sector Plan, Housing and Building Maintenance Standards, and Healthy Vending Machine Standards
March 20, 2017 School Bus Cameras, Bethesda Downtown Sector Plan, and Montgomery College
March 13, 2017 School Bus Cameras, Future of Transportation, Prekindergarten Programs and Bethesda Downtown Sector Plan
March 6, 2017 Economic Development Fund for Small Business Assistance, Property Tax Credit for Certain Seniors and Veterans, and Urban Agricultural Tax Credit
Feb 27, 2017 Healthy Vending Machine Standards, Bethesda Downtown Sector Plan, and CIP Amendments for Transportation Projects
Feb 14, 2017 Black History Month, Preventing Hate Crimes and Extremism, Spending Affordability, and Final Internal Audit Report on Silver Spring Explosion and Fire at the Flower Branch Apartments
Jan 30, 2017 Zoning Changes for Historic Buildings, Spending Affordability Guidelines, School Construction Costs, and Fossil Fuel Investment Restrictions 
Jan 23, 2017 Victim Services, Public Historic Buildings, Bethesda Downtown Sector Plan & White Oak Redevelopment
Jan 16, 2017 Minimum Wage, Greater Lyttonsville Sector Plan, Youth Workforce Development and Property Tax Credit for Seniors and Veterans
2016 Coming Attractions Archive
Dec 13, 2016 Housing Code Enforcement, Fiscal Plan Update, Microlending Program & Snow Removal
Dec 6, 2016 Election of Council Officers, Safe Routes to School and Zoning Changes
Nov 29, 2016 Landlord-Tenant Obligations, Montgomery County Economic Development, Corporation and WorkSource Montgomery and Zoning Changes
Nov 15, 2016 Subdivision Staging Policy, Development Impact Taxes, Snow Removal, Road Setbacks and Design, and Composting
Nov 7, 2016 Subdivision Staging Policy, Development Impact Taxes, Signs on Buildings and Westbard Sectional Map Amendment
Nov 1, 2016 Parental Leave, Food Allergy Awareness Training, Subdivision Staging Policy and Development Impact Taxes
Oct 24, 2016 Fossil Fuel Divestment, Grants Process, Subdivision Staging Policy & Development Impact Tax
Oct 17, 2016 Property Tax Credit for Seniors and Veterans, Fair Housing, Sick & Safe Leave & Food Allergy Awareness Training
Oct 10, 2016 Mental Health Court, Community Grants Process, Family Leave Policies for County Government & Subdivision Staging Policy
Oct 3, 2016 Land Use Resource Officer, Efforts to Reduce Class Size and Close Achievement Gap & Update from County Health Officer
Sep 26, 2016 Greater Lyttonsville Sector Plan, Briefing on Flower Branch Apartment Explosion and Fire & Subdivision Staging Policy
Sep 16, 2016 Property Foreclosures, Fire Code Changes and Paid Family & Medical Leave Study
Sep 9, 2016 Subdivision Regulation Rewrite, Zoning Changes, Open Data and Technology Update & Landlord-Tenant Obligations
August 2, 2016 911 System Interruption, Charter Amendments, Parental Leave, and Zoning Changes
July 18, 2016 Proposed Charter Amendments, Enhancements to Silver Spring Library, Minimum Wage & Family Leave Policies  
July 12, 2016 Food Trucks in the Agricultural Reserve, Taxes in Local Jurisdictions and Artificial Turf 
June 28, 2016 County’s Fiscal Plan, Water Quality, Composting, Earned Sick and Safe Leave  
June 21, 2016 Collective Bargaining, Neighborhood Action Teams, Signs along County Roads and Minimum Wage

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