Approaching the end of his fifth term and a November election, council member Dennis found that now is the right time to leave his seat open.
As student liaison to the council, Sevalia is tasked with bringing students’ opinions to the forefront of the council’s decisions.
Building development and permitting processes could be more efficient if the city assumes control, according to a draft of a feasibility study.
The solution to affordable housing shouldn’t have to be chopping down Guilford Woods.
The council voted unanimously to transfer jurisdiction of the section of Rhode Island Avenue between Paducah Road and Greenbelt Road.
The council will vote on the allocation at its meeting Tuesday.
The council is working to allocate COVID-19 relief funding and to address restorative justice. And city elections are on the horizon.
The city will enforce the permits from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. on weekdays and midnight to 6 a.m. on weekends.
The preliminary plans indicate the development will include several mixed-use buildings and a green pavilion area.
The cuts would also eliminate bus route 86 and shorten bus route 83, which both run through College Park.