Current residents and students at the University of Maryland allege unsanitary conditions and poor maintenance at the University Club.
The National Weather Service expects Hurricane Ida's remnants to produce about 2 to 3 inches of rain in College Park.
The council is working to allocate COVID-19 relief funding and to address restorative justice. And city elections are on the horizon.
The College Park Metro station is among four Green Line stops set to reopen next week.
The $50.4 million project to revamp Route 1 near the University of Maryland began in May 2020.
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 university is currently designing the second restoration phase and construction will begin as early as fall 2022.
Neighboring Pizza Kingdom, which was also affected by the fire, has since reopened.
The city released a statement days after Natasha Hampton issued one of her own.
The College Park City Council unanimously terminated Natasha Hampton before she was scheduled to begin her role on June 1.