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March 24, 2011 Worksession


1. Proclamation – Peace Month
2. Proclamation – Janet Issaccson - Recognizing 27 Years of Service Upon Her Retirement
3. Introduction FY12 Operating Budget and Capital Improvement Program

1. Discussion Charter Amendment Resolution CA-1-11 – Election Clerks    a

2. Discussion – Ordinance O-3-11 Parking Ticket Deadlines                       a

3. Presentation – Composting Proposal

4. Presentation – Green Infrastructure Plan

5. Peace Month Presentation
6. Discussion – Farmers Market Road Closure

7. Discussion – Priority List Safe Routes to School Grant

8. Update – Pepco Tree Trimming

9. Discussion – Proposed Capital Improvement Projects for FY12





(a) = Attorney Items
Sign language interpreters and/or other accommodations for individuals with disabilities will be provided upon request.

* = This portion of the meeting may be closed to the public in accordance with State law.
  • Discussion Charter Amendment Resolution CA-1-11 – Election Clerks
        Decision Required: Whether to introduce.

The Town Attorney has drafted changes to the current Code, which removes the requirement for the Election Clerks (Town Staff) to be registered voters. The Staff is recommending this change as a housekeeping matter.

2.  Discussion – Ordinance O-3-11 – Parking Ticket Deadlines
        Decision Required: Whether to introduce.
The Cheverly Police Department is requesting this amendment to the ordinance.  This amendment will extend the amount of time provided to pay parking tickets and request a court date.  The extension of time will make all of the ticket deadlines (speed camera, red light camera and parking) the same.  Attached is a mark of the requested changes that the Town Attorney, if directed, can put in Ordinance form.

3.      Discussion – Composting Proposal
        Decision Required: None.

        The Mayor has placed this item on the agenda and will address.

4.  Discussion – Green Infrastructure Plan
        Decision Required: Whether to adopt.
CM Eldridge has placed this item on the agenda and will address.  There will be a presentation of the proposed plan to the Mayor and Council for input and review.

5.  Peace Month Presentation
         Decision Required: None.
Ms. Lange will be presenting the agenda for Peace Month.

6.  Farmers Market Road Closure
        Decision Required: Whether to close a roadway during the scheduled Farmers Markets.
The Farmers Market group is requesting the use of Legion Park and that portion of Cheverly Avenue behind Legion Park for the exclusive use, via a roadway closure, on the days Farmers Markets are held.  This will be a preliminary presentation to discuss the advantages and disadvantages of this request.

7.  Discussion – Priority List Safe Routes to School Grant
        Decision Required: Establish Priorities.
The Mayor has placed this matter on the agenda and will address.  The grant money received has several categories with amounts assigned to them.

8.  Update – Pepco Tree Trimming
         Decision Required: None.
The Mayor has met with Pepco representatives and will address.

9.  Discussion Potential Capital Improvement Program Items – FY 12
         Decision Required: None.
The Mayor, Councilmembers and Staff have submitted potential Capital Improvement items for consideration in the FY 12 Budget. Please bring your hand-out from the last Worksession.  If you do not have it, call the office and one will be copied for the night of the meeting for you.

Cheverly Executive Offices:   6401 Forest Road, Cheverly, MD 20785
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