Among other initiatives, the council approved a new apartment complex’s development plan, discussed improving senior accessibility and mental health services and passed the budget for fiscal year 2023.
All other incumbents kept their seats on the council.
The building will house city and University of Maryland offices.
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 College Park City Council unanimously terminated Natasha Hampton before she was scheduled to begin her role on June 1.
Around 30 people attended the event.
Council members deliberated for nearly two hours.
"If it has to happen, then we’ll vigorously defend them in the courts.”
"I don't know if we can trust you at the end of the day,” one student said.