Prince George’s County District 1 Councilwoman Mary Lehman sponsors the proposed bill.
The council discussed a grant to fund part of a study for the design of a side path along Campus Drive.
The six-vote requirement was what the council initially cited to explain why the charter amendment allowing noncitizens to vote did not pass in September.
The bar and restaurant will also serve as a performance venue four to seven days a week.
Participants were given a full tour of Terp Farm’s fields, greenhouses and barns.
College Park Mayor Patrick Wojahn called the potential construction, which would include residential and retail space, “transformative.”
If the bill passed, Maryland could lose $13 billion from federal funding over the next ten years, according to a report.
If the advisory referendum passes, 16- and 17-year olds will be able to vote in the 2019 Greenbelt City Council election.
The city bought the land in the 4700 block of Edgewood Road in 2008, and approved the park plan July 4.
The county has also approved funding for the construction of the College Park Woods Trail.