The approved map, called October Plan 1, was created by the city redistricting commission after the council advocated for the preservation of current districts.
The Community Engagement Office hosted the event.
City staff recommended $350,000 in funding to Grillmarx prior to the meeting.
The plan aims to address the rising student populations countywide by balancing under-enrolled and over-enrolled schools.
The College Park location is the third MOM’s Organic Market in Maryland to file for unionization.
The only contested race was in District 7.
The opportunity to vote for marijuana legalization through a ballot referendum was also one of the main issues on voters’ minds this year.
UMPD has reported 17 indecent exposures this year.
Prince George’s County voters in Districts 6 and 9 will head to the polls on Tuesday with two seats up for grabs in the Board of Education.
The Diamondback reached out to Board of Education candidates in Districts 2 and 3 to learn more about each candidate’s platform.