Posts Tagged ‘City Council’
Greenbelt’s city charter, approved by Maryland Legislature in June 1937, established a council-manager form of government. The elected City Council passes ordinances, and the appointed City Manager is responsible for enforcement and execution. Election is held every two years, and all seven Council members are elected at large (which means each member is elected by the entire city rather than a portion of the city). The current Council has just started a new term, having been elected in November 2011.
The City Council holds regular meetings the second and fourth Monday of each month (except July, August and December when it meets once a month), and these meetings are held in the Council Room in the Municipal Building. They are open to the public and are broadcasted on local TV and city website.
The following is an account of the January 9, 2012 City Council meeting. The agenda can be found here.