• Membership Form

  • Archives

  • Meta

  • Advertisements

Regular Meeting at Davis Hall on March 14, 2019

NCPCA – North College Park Community Association
March 14, 2019 – Regular Meeting at Davis Hall

Attendance included State Senator Jim Rosapepe; State Delegate Mary Lehman; Councilmember Fazlul Kabir; Assistant
City Manager, Bill Gardiner; Community Liaison, Lindsay Divaly
Agenda approved March 2019 Minutes Approved

Legislative Update. Delegate Lehman and Senator Rosapepe reported on the following:
 HB1413/SB1030: Providing $1 Billion In Increased Funding For Public Schools
 HB166 /SB280: Raising Minimum Hourly Wage To $15
 HB109 /SB285: Banning Use Of Plastic Foam
 HB1169 /SB895: Raising Age For Buying To Tobacco Products To 21
 HB697 /SB868: Prohibiting Denial Of Health Insurance Over Pre-Existing Conditions
 HB768 /SB759: Creating A Prescription Drug Price Monitoring Board
 HB1428 /SB619: Reforming The University Of Maryland Medical System Board Of Directors
 HB 1783: Interagency Commission On School Construction
 HB 505: SB 763: Proposed Summer Study For Artificial Turf
 Expand Access To State Pre-K Program To All Low-Income Three- And Four-Year-Olds; Casinos State’s
Education Trust Fund: $125M For The Next 30 Years ; Sr. Property Tax Relief; Child Tax Credit; Clean Energy
Jobs Bill; Pedestrian Safety Fund; Summer 2019 Study; I-495/I-270 Congestion Relief Improvements
Response To NCPCA Community Center Letter (Attached). Senator Rosapepe discussed financing a Community
Center using Bond money that requires matching money.
Zoning Update: Judy Blumenthal reported on the April 9 th County Council Zoning Update Meeting, emphasizing the
maps are scheduled to be released in May. County Councilmember Dernoga expressed interested in working with his
constituents
Announcements:
 Councilmembers Fazlul and Mitchell will hold a Town Hall meeting on Friday, April 12, 7:00pm, Davis Hall
 Good Neighbor Day, April 13. Meet at MOM’s Organic Market
 County Councilmember Dernoga will hold a public meeting Wednesday, May 8, 7:00pm, Davis Hall
 Mary Cook, Chair, NCPCA Nominating Committee, is seeking nominations for all positions
 A Prince George’s County Police officer fired her gun after confronting some shoplifters at the Home Depot this
morning
Meeting adjourned 9:31 PM.

Advertisements