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June 23 Worksession


1. Adoption O-5-11 Amending the Sign Section


1.  Discussion – Traffic Review

2.  Green Infrastructure Overview

3.  Discussion – Proposed Priorities for MML Conference

4.  Cooperation Agreement – County CDBG Program

5.  Wall boarding of Priorities

6.  Evaluations Department Heads                                                                *

(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.

1.Discussion – Traffic Review
        Decision Required: None.

The Mayor and Council have asked the Director of Public Works to collect data and make recommendations regarding speed control in the 2500 & 2600 Block of Crest.  The Mayor and Council also requested the collection of data around Gast Park and recommendations, which are included in your package.

2.      Green Infrastructure Overview
        Decision Required: None.

        The Green Infrastructure Committee is making recommendations to the Mayor and Town Council regarding the prepared Green Infrastructure Plan.  

3.    Priorities for the MML Conference
        Decision Required: Whether to lobby.
The Town Administrator has included a list of items on the County, State and Federal level that officials from these levels of government could be helpful.  The discussion will center on which of the items listed are priorities and which agencies/elected officials we may wish to present these matters.

  • County CDBG Program Agreement
        Decision Required: Whether to approve.
The Federal Community Development Block Grant Program funnels Federal funds to local governments to be used for areas with populations of low-moderate income levels.  The Town of Cheverly does not have any areas that qualify.  However, since Census tracts are used, the old ward 4 area is included in a Chapel Oaks census tract that does qualify.  Because of the quirkiness of this qualification, there have only been certain projects that qualified (Boyd Park addition & 64th Avenue Bridge replacement) that were considered beneficial to the entire census tract.  Staff recommends approval of the agreement in order to increase the amount of funds available to the County as a whole.

5.  Wall Boarding of Priorities
        Decision Required: None.
The Mayor has placed this item on the agenda and will address.

6.  Evaluation of Department Heads
        Decision Required: Whether to award bonuses.
The Town Administrator will evaluate the Public Works Director and Chief of Police.  The Mayor and Council will evaluate the Town Administrator.  See attached for process explanation.  

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