Kenneth Young will be the city's first Black city manager and will start his new position on Monday, Sept. 27.
Council members discussed the possibility of ramping up enforcement of a county ordinance that caps the number of unrelated individuals living in a house at five.
The building will house city and University of Maryland offices.
The council will vote next Tuesday on whether or not to help fund the tailgates.
The city did not give more information about Natasha Hampton's termination since she did not give them consent to do so prior to Tuesday's meeting.
The College Park City Council unanimously terminated Natasha Hampton before she was scheduled to begin her role on June 1.
The announcement comes a day after Natasha Hampton was set to start.
Hampton served in a variety of local government positions in Miramar, Florida, and Rocky Mount, North Carolina.
The city will enforce the permits from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. on weekdays and midnight to 6 a.m. on weekends.