Legislation

Budge sponsored Legislation 2013-2017
120 Total, 114 passed

Economic Development

O-25-13 Office or Studio of a Professional Person in the C1 (Conservation Residence) Zoning District – Approved 9/23/13

O-34-13 Historic Preservation Tax Credit – Approved 10/28/13

O-19-14: Sidewalk Café Hours - 5/19/14 Budge - Lift sunset on café hours until half-hour before closing. Approved on Third Reader

R-2-15: Alcoholic Beverages – Election Days - 1/28/14 Budge, Pfeiffer & Finlayson - For the purpose of expressing the sense of the City Council concerning a proposed amendment to Article 2B, Section 11-401(b) of the Annotated Code of Maryland. It would express support for Astle’s SB89, allowing licensed establishments to remain open while the polls are open.
2/9/15 - Passed unanimously on Second Reader

O-08-16: Title 7 - Business Licenses, Taxes and Regulations - Budge - For the purpose of amending Chapter 7.40 to provide for the regulation of peddlers, hawkers, and itinerant merchants within the City.
7/25/16 - Third Reader – approved

R-02-16 Peddlers, Hawkers, and Itinerant Merchants Fees and Fines - Budge - For the purpose of setting fees and fines associated with engaging in the business of a peddler, hawker, and itinerant merchant as set forth in Chapter 7.40 of the City Code.
7/25/16 - Second Reader – amended and approved

O-32-16 Economic Development Division - Budge, Pantelides - For the purpose of updating the City Code to reflect the dissolution of the Economic Development Corporation; establish the Economic Development Division; relocate the Economic Development Program from the Mayor’s Office to the Department of Planning and Zoning; and matters generally relating to the Economic Development Division.
10/24/16 - Third Reader – Approved with amendment

O-36-13 An Amendment to Lease of City Property: Boat Shows in Fall 2013 – co-sponsored. – Approved 9/23/13

O-37-13 Lease of City Property: Boat Shows in Spring 2014 – co-sponsored – Approved 9/23/13

O‑42‑15: An Amendment to Lease of City Property: Fall 2015 Boat Shows - Panelides, Littmann, Budge, Arnett, Finlayson - For the purpose of authorizing an amendment adding 20 City moorings in St. Mary’s Cove on Spa Creek for the Fall Brokerage Boat Show to a lease of certain municipal property to the United States Sailboat Shows, Inc. and United States Powerboat Shows, Inc., to conduct boat shows for a certain period of time, subject to certain terms, provisions and conditions; and all matters relating to the amendment of the lease.
9/21/15 - Suspension of Rules and unanimous approval on Second and Third Reader

O‑44‑15 Lease of City Property: Fall 2019 Boat Shows - Panelides, Littmann, Budge, Arnett, Finlayson - For the purpose of authorizing a lease of certain municipal property located in the general harbor, Dock Street and Edgewood Road areas to United States Sailboat Shows, Inc. and United States Powerboat Shows, Inc., for a certain period of time in October 2019, to conduct boat shows.
10/26/15 - Approved on Third Reader

O‑45‑15: Lease of City Property: Spring 2016 Boat Shows - Panelides, Littmann, Budge, Arnett, Finlayson - For the purpose of authorizing a lease of certain municipal property located in the areas of Susan Campbell Park, Annapolis City Donner Parking Lot, Ego Alley Water Space, and Old City Recreation Center and other property and water locations as described in the lease to Cruisers University, Inc., t/a Annapolis Spring Sailboat Show, in April 2016, to conduct boat shows.
11/9/15 - Approved

O-04-16: Lease of City Property: Spring 2017 Boat Shows - Pantelides, Budge - For the purpose of authorizing a lease of certain municipal property located at the City Dock, surrounding areas and boat moorings in Annapolis, Maryland as more fully described in the Lease Agreement with Cruisers University, Inc., t/a Annapolis Spring Sailboat Show, in April 2017, to conduct boat shows.
3/14/16 - Approved on Consent Calendar

O-05-16: Lease of City Property: Spring 2018 Boat Shows - Pantelides, Budge - For the purpose of authorizing a lease of certain municipal property located at the City Dock, surrounding areas and boat moorings in Annapolis, Maryland as more fully described in the Lease Agreement with Cruisers University, Inc., t/a Annapolis Spring Sailboat Show, in April 2018, to conduct boat shows.
3/14/16 - Approved on Consent Calendar

O-06-16: Lease of City Property: Spring 2019 Boat Shows - Pantelides, Budge - For the purpose of authorizing a lease of certain municipal property located at the City Dock, surrounding areas and boat moorings in Annapolis, Maryland as more fully described in the Lease Agreement with Cruisers University, Inc., t/a Annapolis Spring Sailboat Show, in April 2019, to conduct boat shows.
3/14/16 - Approved on Consent Calendar

R-28-16 License for Peddlers, Hawkers, and Itinerant Merchants Not Required for Boat Show Leases from 2016 to 2019 - Budge - For the purpose of establishing that a license for peddlers, hawkers, and itinerant merchants pursuant to Chapter 7.40 of the Annapolis City Code is not required from 2016 through 2019 for the United States Sailboat Show, Inc./United States Powerboat Show, Inc. and for Cruisers University, Inc. in association with leases signed with the City of Annapolis.
9/26/16 - Second Reader – Approved on Consent Calendar

O-37-16 Lease of City Property: Fall 2020 Boat Shows - Pantelides, Budge - For the purpose of authorizing a lease of certain municipal property located in the general harbor, Dock Street and Edgewood Road areas to United States Sailboat Shows, Inc. and United States Powerboat Shows, Inc., for a certain period of time in October 2020, to conduct boat shows.
10/24/16 - Third Reader – Approved on Consent Calendar

O-39-16 Lease of City Property: Spring 2020 Boat Shows - Pantelides, Budge - For the purpose of authorizing a lease of certain municipal property located at the City Dock, surrounding areas and boat moorings in Annapolis, Maryland as more fully described in the Lease Agreement with Cruisers University, Inc., t/a Annapolis Spring Sailboat Show, in April 2020, to conduct boat shows.
10/24/16 - Third Reader – Approved on Consent Calendar

O-9-17 Lease of City Property: Fall 2021-2026 Boat Shows - Pantelides, Budge, Littmann, Finlayson, Pfeiffer, Pindell Charles - For the purpose of authorizing a lease of certain municipal property located in the general harbor, Dock Street and Edgewood Road areas to United States Sailboat Shows, Inc. and United States Powerboat Shows, Inc., for certain periods of time from 2021 to 2026, to conduct boat shows.
3/27/17 - Approved on Consent Calendar

O-10-17 Lease of City Property: Spring 2021-2026 Boat Shows - Pantelides, Budge, Littmann, Finlayson, Pindell Charles - For the purpose of authorizing a lease of certain municipal property located at the City Dock, surrounding areas and boat moorings in Annapolis, Maryland as more fully described in the Lease Agreement with Cruisers University, Inc., t/a Annapolis Spring Sailboat Show, for certain dates in 2021 through 2026, to conduct boat shows.
3/27/17 - Approved unanimously on Third Reader

O-4-14: Lease of City Dock Space to Chesapeake Marine Tours - 5/12/14 Pantelides, Budge, Paone, Littmann, Pfeiffer, Arnett, Finlayson - Approved on Third Reader

O-2-15: Lease of City Dock Space to Chesapeake Marine Tours - 1/26/15 Pantelides, Arnett, Budge, Littmann, Pfeiffer, Finlayson, Paone - For the purpose of authorizing for fiscal year 2021 the lease of certain municipal property located at the City Dock to Chesapeake Marine Tours, Inc. for the docking and mooring of certain boats.
3/23/15 - Approved unanimously on Second & Third Reader

O-15-16 Lease of City Dock Space to Chesapeake Marine Tours - Pantelides, Arnett, Budge, Littmann, Pfeiffer - For the purpose of authorizing for fiscal year 2022 the lease of certain municipal property located at the City Dock to Chesapeake Marine Tours, Inc. for the docking and mooring of certain boats.
4/25/16 - Adopted on Consent Calendar

R-26-16 License for Peddlers, Hawkers, and Itinerant Merchants Not Required for Chesapeake Marine Tours, Inc. from July 1, 2016 to June 30, 2022 - Budge - For the purpose of establishing that a license for peddlers, hawkers, and itinerant merchants pursuant to Chapter 7.40 of the Annapolis City Code is not required from July 1, 2016 through June 30, 2022 for Chesapeake Marine Tours, Inc. in association with leases signed with the City of Annapolis.
10/24/16 - Second Reader – Approved on Consent Calendar

O-14-17 Lease of City Property to Chesapeake Marine Tours, Inc. - Pantelides, Budge - For the purpose of authorizing a lease of certain municipal property located in the City Dock in Annapolis, Maryland to Chesapeake Marine Tours, Inc. for certain periods of time from FY2023 to 2027.
4/24/17 - Approved on Consent Calendar

O-13-15: FRESHFARM Lease - 1/9/15 Budge, Pantelides - Requested annual lease renewal
4/27/15 - Second Reader – Passed unanimously on Second and Third Reader

O-17-16 Lease of Public Parking Lots to FRESHFARM Markets, Inc. - Budge, Pantelides - For the purpose of authorizing a Lease of municipal property located at Parcel 1246, Parcel 1248, and Parcel 1256 as indicated on Attachment A of the lease, each and every Sunday from May 1, 2016 through November 20, 2016 from 6 a.m. to 1 p.m., expressly excluding April 24, 2016 (which is reserved for the Spring 2016 Boat Show), and further expressly excluding October 9, 2016 and October 16, 2016 (which are reserved for the Fall 2016 Boat Show) to FRESHFARM Markets, Inc.
4/25/16 - Adopted unanimously on Second Reader

O-02-15: Amending Composition of Maritime Advisory Board - Budge, Arnett, Pfeiffer - For the purpose of replacing the Chair of the Annapolis Conservancy Board with a representative of the maritime industry on the Maritime Advisory Board
3/14/16 - Approved on Consent Calendar

R-01-16 Comprehensive Maritime Review - Budge, Arnett - For the purpose of conducting a comprehensive economic and zoning review of all maritime zones.
7/11/16 - Second Reader – Approved with amendments

O-16-17 Market House Tenant Selection - Budge - For the purpose of establishing a public process for selecting a Market House tenant.
4/24/17 - Third Reader - Approved

O-17-17 Market House Code Amendments - Budge - For the purpose of amending the Market House policy to reflect a tenant and sub-tenant relationship, clarifying Market House product and service policies, and removing the requirement for an enterprise fund.
4/24/17 - Third Reader - Approved

O-6-17 Food Stores in C2A Districts - Budge - For the purpose of introducing Food Stores as a permitted use in C2A zoning districts; and removing the erroneous reference to a standard for Food Stores in the PM2 zoning district.
5/22/17 - Approved unanimously on Consent Calendar

Parking

R-37-13: Waiving a Contractor Parking Fee for the Hammond-Harwood House – Approved 9/9/13.

R-41-13: Metered Parking Rate – FY 2013 Fee Schedule Revision - 1/13/14 Budge Pantelides - Lower meter rate for the winter months Approved on Second Reader

R-21-14: Fine Schedule for City Code Violations - 6/16/14 Pfeiffer Paone Arnett Budge - ncrease fines for taxi and parking violations Approved on Second Reader

Parking Fund - 4/15/14 - Update Title 6 so Parking Fund, not Off-street Parkng Fund (6.16.010)
12/22/14 - Adopted as amendment to O-7-14

Parking Fine Pegged to Garage Rate - 10/14/14 - Constituent Suggestion (Larkin, Schladt). Parking fines should increase when garage rates go up (ie: boat show) so they remain a deterrent.
6/8/15 - Adopted as amendment to R-12-15, passed unanimously on Second Reader

O-37-15: Repealing Fifteen-Minute Parking on Northwest Street - Budge, Pantelides - For the purpose of repealing the fifteen-minute parking limit on portions of Northwest Street adjacent to the old Post Office.
11/9/15 - Third Reader - approved

O-38-15: Establishing Chapter 12.20.115 of the City Code on Motor Home Parking - Budge - For the purpose of establishing Chapter 12.20.115 of the City Code regarding the parking of motor homes on City streets.
11/9/15 - Third Reader - approved

R-18-15: Amending Fines for Parking on Northwest Street and Parking of Motor Homes - Budge - For the purpose of removing the fine for violating 15-minute parking on portions of Northwest Street and establishing a fine for parking violations specific to motor homes.
11/9/15 - Second Reader – Approved

R-25-15: Waiving Certain Residential Parking Fees - Budge, Paone, Pindell Charles, Kirby - For the purpose of waiving parking fees in Special Residential Parking Districts for residents of governmentally funded housing.
2/8/16 - Second Reader – Defeated unanimously as unconstitutional.

O-22-14: Special Residential Parking District 1 – State Circle - 7/28/14 Budge - Allow State Circle residents to have District 1 permits. Approved on Second & Third Reader

O-26-14: Special Residential Parking District 2 – Shipwright Street - 7/28/14 Budge - First Reader
10/27/14 - Approved unanimously Second & Third Reader

Parking District 3 – Uptown at Murray Hill - 8/30/14 - Uptown at Murray Hill residents request inclusion in Parking District 3.

O-26-16 Expand Hours in Parking Districts 3 and 4 - Budge - For the purpose of extending the Special Residential Parking District hours on certain streets in President’s Hill and Murray Hill to midnight, seven days a week.
9/26/16 - Second Reader – MHRA wants to postpone, PHRA wants prompt consideration. Amended O-26 to exclude District 3, will have new ordinance for that. (See O-47-16) Approved as amended.

O-47-16 Expand Hours in Parking District 3 - Budge - For the purpose of extending the Special Residential Parking District hours on certain streets in Murray Hill to midnight, seven days a week.
9/26/16 - Spin off Parking District 3 from O-26-16
11/14/16 - Third Reader – Approved unanimously

R-32-16 Amending Parking Fines - Budge - For the purpose of removing a graduated fines structure for repeat violations; adding a multiplier for repeat violations; and matters relating to amending special residential parking district fines imposed for parking violations.
11/14/16 - Withdrawn by unanimous vote of Council

O-7-17 Removing Archwood and Smith from Parking District 3 - Budge - For the purpose of removing certain blocks of Archwood Avenue and Smith Avenue from Special Residential Parking District 3.
3/27/17 - Approved on Consent Calendar

R-6-17 Naming the Parking Lot at Newman and Compromise Streets - Budge - For the purpose of declaring that the City-owned Parking Lot at the intersection of Newman and Compromise Streets shall be named the “Basil Lot”.
4/3/17 - Approved on Consent Calendar

Budget and Financial Issues

O-39-13: Appropriation of Property Tax Revenue Above Estimates to Fund a Cost of Living Adjustment for All City of Annapolis Employees at a Rate of 1% Retroactive to July 1, 2013 and 3% Effective January 1, 2014 and Other Employee Benefits Including Pension and Other Post Employment Benefits – 12/16/13 Finlayson, Arnett, Pfeiffer, Budge. - Appropriation for FY14 portion of collective bargaining agreements. Approved on Second Reader

O-25-14: Funding Purchase of Service Credits for Certain Employees in the Police and Fire Retirement Plan - 9/22/14 Littmann, Budge, Pindell-Charles - Authorizes City to fund service credits when approved by Council First Reader - 10/27/14 - Approved on Second Reader

O-29-15: Sewer Rates - 5/4/15 Pfeiffer, Budge - Increase wastewater rates to eliminate $440K subsidy from General Fund to Wastewater Fund. - 7/27/15 - Withdrawn – mooted by passage of O-26-15

CA‑1‑15: Issuance of Revenue Bonds - Budge, Arnett - For the purpose of authorizing and providing for the issuance of revenue bonds by the City of Annapolis. - 10/12/15 - Third Reader

O-30-16 Supplemental Allocations - Pantelides, Budge, Littmann, Pindell Charles, Pfeiffer - For the purpose of amending the City Code to authorize the City Manager to transfer funds in the annual operating budget without City Council approval where the funds transferred do not exceed thirty-five thousand ($35,000.00) dollars through July 1, 2018. - 10/10/16 - Third Reader – Approved with amendments

R-10-14 FY15 Fees Schedule - 6/14/14 - Introduced amendment to reduce trash collection fee. Council adopted 15% reduction ($380 -> $323)

R-10-15 FY16 Fees Schedule - 6/8/15 - Introduced amendment to reduce trash collection fee. Council adopted 15% reduction ($323 -> $275)

R-12-16 FY16 Fees Schedule - 6/20/16 - Introduced amendment to reduce trash collection fee. Council adopted 5% reduction ($275 -> $261.25) - 3-Year reduction $118.75 (31%)

O-8-14 FY15 Operating Budget - Pantelides, Budge 6/14/14 - Amended to lower tax rate 0.65 -> 0.649 (technical)

O-8-14 FY15 Operating Budget - 6/14/14 - Amended to raise personal property tax 1.94 -> 2.164 (11.5%)

O-8-14 FY15 Operating Budget - 6/14/14 - Amended to re-instate position of Parking Specialist

R-10-14 FY15 Fees - 6/14/14 - Amended to reduce Harbor fees from Finance Committee proposal

O-13-16 FY17 Budget - 6/20/16 - Amended to include parking passes for Bloomsbury Square in Community Grants ($2,200)

R-11-16 Capital Improvement Projects - 6/20/16 - Amended to require One-Year CIP (Administration was proposing 2-year approvals)

R-11-16 Capital Improvement Projects - 6/20/16 - Amended to include Cornhill Sidewalk Rebricking ($635K)

O-19-17 Removing Dock and Market House Enterprise Funds - Budge - For the purpose of removing the requirement that the annual budget shall contain separate Dock and Market House enterprise fund groups. - 5/8/17 - Adopted unanimously on Third Reader

Transportation

R-36-14: Taxi Fees & Charges - 8/19/14 - Update to cover fee increase - 2/23/15 - Amended and approved unanimously by Council

R-4-15: The Annotated Code of Maryland Public Utilities Article Definitions of Taxicab and Provision of Taxicab Services - 2/3/15 Pantelides, Budge - For the purpose of respectfully requesting that the Maryland General Assembly amend Sections 1-101 and 10-101 of the Public Utilities Article of the Annotated Code of Maryland to incorporate the use of a software application, digital wireless network or digital telecommunications capable device in the context of regulating the provision of taxicab services in the City of Annapolis. - 4.13.15 - Mooted by General Assembly statewide legislation. Died for lack of a motion at Second Reader.

O-9-15: Transportation Board Quorum - 1/15/14 Budge - Adjust quorum to majority of members seated so vacancies don’t prevent board from meeting. - 4/13/15 - Adopted unanimously as amended on Third Reader

O-21-15: Non-Standard Vehicles - 5/29/14 - Draft legislation proposed by Transportation Board. - 6/22/15 - Passed unanimously on Third Reader

R-6-14: Filing of Grant Application with the Maryland Transit Administration - 2/24/14 Budge - Approved on Second Reader

R-6-15: Filing of Grant Application with Maryland Transit Administration - 2/18/15 Pantelides, Budge - Annual operating, maintenance, and paratransit grant - 3/23/15 - Approved unanimously on Second Reader

R-06-16 Filing of Grant Application with the Maryland Transit Administration - Pantelides, Budge - For the purpose of authorizing the filing of an application with the Maryland Transit Administration of the Maryland Department of Transportation for a Sections 5303, 5304, 5307, 5309, 5310, 5311, 5316, and/or 5317 grants under the Federal Transit Act for a total amount of $2,276,668 ($1,700,880 for fixed route transit operations; $230,448 for ADA complementary paratransit services; $315,000 capital grant for transit vehicle maintenance; $7,840 capital grant for maintenance equipment, and $22,500 capital assistance for transit support vehicle replacement). - 2/22/16 - Suspend Rules, Approved unanimously on Second Reader

R-8-17 Filing of Grant Application with the Maryland Transit Administration - Pantelides, Budge - For the purpose of authorizing the filing of an application with the Maryland Transit Administration of the Maryland Department of Transportation for a Sections 5303, 5304, 5307, 5309, 5310, 5311, 5316, and/or 5317 grant(s) under the Federal Transit Act for a total amount of $2,661,028 ($1,870,162 for fixed route transit operations; $247,776 for ADA complementary paratransit services; $315,000 capital grant for transit vehicle maintenance; $12,878 capital grant for maintenance equipment, and $215,212 capital assistance for transit vehicle replacement). - 4/3/17 - Approved on Consent Calendar

Special Events

R-36-13: Authorizing Two Vendors in the Historic District in Conjunction with the Fall Boat Shows. – Approved 9/23/13

R-39-13: Authorizing New Year’s Eve Vendors in the Historic District - 12/16/13 Budge - Hot chocolate sidewalk sales for New Years Approved on Third Reader

R-14-14: Special Event Applications - 4/7/14 Budge - Special Events for the first half of 2014 Approved on Second Reader

R-24-14: Special Event Applications - 7/9/14 Budge - Special Events for second half of 2014. Approved on Second Reader

R-27-14: Authorizing the Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Parade as an Official City of Annapolis Co-Sponsored Event - 7/28/14 Budge, Finlayson - First Reader - 9/22/14 - Approved on Second Reader

O-16-14: Establishing Chapter 14.18 of the City Code on Special Events R-17-14: Special Event Permit Fee and Fines R-19-14: Special Event Rules Fines - 5/12/14 Budge, Arnett - Special Events legislation, rules, fees, and fines. First Reader - 10/27/14 - Approved Unanimously on Second & Third Reader with amendments

R-35-14: Special Events III - 10/17/14 - Holiday Festival request for Dec 7 by Inner West Street - 11/24/14 - Approved unanimously on Second Reader

R-5-15: Itinerant Merchant Sales in Historic District 2015 - 2/1/15 Budge - Draft submitted to Office of Law - 3/16/15 - Economic Matters Committee endorsed with Budge Amendment to add Thurs Nites w/ Stars, Fri before Labor Day, and Kunta Kinte; and Finlayson amendment to remove food truck at St. John’s Film Festival. - 3/23/15 - Approved as amended on Second Reader

R-7-15: Waiver of Fees for Events FY16 - 11/21/14 Budge - With Special Events passed, still need authorization for waiver of fees and vendor authorization. Want to sync with fiscal year. - 5/11/15 - Second Reader. Amended per Finance Committee and to include City Fair as a city-sponsored event. Passed unanimously on Second Reader.

R-21-15: Amending 2015 Dates of First Sundays Festivals - Budge - For the purpose of amending the dates on which the First Sundays Festivals are authorized to sell merchandise in the Historic District by adding the first Sunday in November and removing the first Sunday in December of year 2015. - 9/28/15 - Approved on Second Reader

R-26-15: Special Events in the Annapolis Historic District during 2015 - Budge - For the purpose of adding the First Sunday Annapolis Chocolate Binge Festival to the list of approved special events authorizing Hawker, Peddler, and Itinerant merchant sales in the Historic District during calendar year 2015. - 10/9/15 - Request for Itinerant Merchant sales December 6 – Chocolate Binge Festival as fundraiser for Holiday lighting - 10/26/15 - Suspended Rules, approved on Second Reader

R-07-16 City Sponsored Special Events in Fiscal Year 2017 - Budge - For the purpose of identifying City Sponsored Special Events and waiving certain related City Fees during Fiscal Year 2017. - 4/25/16 - Adopted on Consent Calendar

R-08-16 Itinerant Merchant Sales in the Historic District - 2016 - Budge - For the purpose of authorizing hawker, peddler, and itinerant merchant sales in the Historic District in conjunction with certain special events during calendar year 2016. - 5/9/16 - Adopted unanimously on Second Reader as amended.

R-14-16 Major City Dock Special Event Parking Rules - Budge, Arnett - For the purpose of establishing parking rules to be effective during Major City Dock Special Events. - 5/9/16 - Adopted unanimously

R-19-16 Dinner Under the Stars - Budge - For the purpose of authorizing on-street dining in the first block of West Street on Wednesday nights from July 13 through September 21, 2016. - 6/20/16 - Second Reader – Approved unanimously

R-27-16 Non-Profit Vendors During Fall Boat Shows - Budge, Finlayson - For the purpose of authorizing sales by certain vendors in the City Dock area of the Historic District during the Fall 2016 U.S. Sailboat and Powerboat Shows. - 9/26/16 - Second Reader – Approved on Consent Calendar

R-11-17 Itinerant Merchant Sales in the Historic District - 2017 - Budge - For the purpose of authorizing hawker, peddler, and itinerant merchant sales in the Historic District in conjunction with certain special events during calendar year 2017. - 3/27/17 - Approved on Consent Calendar

R-12-17 City Sponsored Special Events in Fiscal Year 2018 - Budge - For the purpose of identifying City Sponsored Special Events and waiving certain related City Fees during Fiscal Year 2018. - 4/24/17 - Approved on Consent Calendar

City Dock

R-49-12: 2012 City Dock Master Plan –City Dock Master Plan adopted by Council with numerous amendments by Budge and others, 10/28/13.

R-32-13 A Committee to Study Implementation of the City Dock Plan – introduced 7/8/13, expired without further action at end of Term 12/1/13.

R-32-14: 110 Compromise Purchase - 5/1/14 - On hold pending discussions. - 1/26/15 - Second reader – withdrawn from consideration by unanimous consent of Council.

R-1-15: Committee Established by Resolution 3-14 - 1/22/15 Pantelides, Budge, Arnett - For the purpose of decommissioning the Committee established to express the intent of the City of Annapolis to explore the possibility of acquiring the property located at 110 Compromise Street. - 1/26/15 - Passed unanimously on Second Reader

O-40-15: Waterfront Maritime Conservation District - Pantelides, Budge, Pindell-Charles - For the purpose of amending Retail Use, the Standards for Uses Subject to Standards and Parking Requirements in the WMC Zoning District. - 12/7/15 - Third Reader, approved unanimously as amended

Environment

O-22-16 Forest Conservation Act - Littmann, Finlayson, Budge, Arnett - For the purpose of prohibiting certain development projects from cutting or clearing certain forests within the City of Annapolis (the “City”) unless a forest stand delineation and a forest conservation plan associated with such projects are in effect. - 9/26/16 - Third Reader – Approved unanimously

R-18-16 Forest Conservation Act Fees and Fines - Littmann, Finlayson, Budge, Arnett - For the purpose of setting fees and fines associated with the City’s Forest Conservation Act set forth in Chapter 21.71 of the City Code. - 9/26/16 - Second Reader – Approved unanimously

O-23-16 Grading Permits for Tree Removal - Littmann, Finlayson, Budge, Arnett - For the purpose of requiring a Grading Permit when trees having a combined diameter of 60 inches are to be removed from lots 40,000 square feet or greater. - 2/5/16 - DNR vetoed idea of “phantom trees”. Working group decided to take look-back period out of FCA and require suitable grading permit instead. That will trigger FCA review. - 7/11/16 - Third Reader – Approved on Consent Calendar

O-41-16 Compostable Food Waste - Littmann, Pantelides, Budge - For the purpose of amending the Annapolis City Code definition of “Solid Waste” to exclude compostable food waste; to exempt collectors of compostable food waste from having to obtain a solid waste permit and pay the associated fee; and matters generally relating to the collection of compostable food waste. - 10/24/16 - Third Reader – Approved with amendment

Housing and Human Welfare

O-1-17 Equal Protection - Littmann, Pfeiffer, Finlayson, Kirby, Arnett, Budge - For the purpose of amending the Code of the City of Annapolis in acknowledgement that all persons are due equal protection under law; and that the City shall treat a person or class of persons the same as it treats other persons or classes in like circumstances. - 2/9/17 - Adopted 6-2-1 on Third Reader

R-13-15: Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing - 4/16/14 Kirby, Budge, Littmann - Drafted by Theresa Wellman on behalf of the Housing and Welfare Committee - 5/11/15 - Second Reader. Passed unanimously.

R-14-15: Five-Year Consolidated Housing and Community Development Strategic Plan - 4/16/14 Kirby, Budge, Littmann - Drafted by Theresa Wellman on behalf of the Housing and Welfare Committee - 5/11/15 - Second Reader. Passed Unanimously.

O-47-15: Moderately Priced Dwelling Units - Budge, Kirby, Finlayson, Arnett - For the purpose of amending the eligibility requirements for access to moderately priced dwelling units to include individuals working within the United States Naval Academy grounds. - 11/23/15 - Third Reader, approved as amended

Governance

R-9-14: An Ad Hoc Committee to Study the 2013 Municipal Election and Make Recommendations, If Needed, to Improve the City Code, Structure, and Procedures for City Elections - 5/12/14 All - Committee to derive lessons from last election Approved on Second Reader

R-15-14: City Manager Recruitment - 4/7/14 Arnett, Finlayson, Pindell-Charles, Littmann, Pfeiffer, Budge - Executive search firm for City Manager Approved on Second Reader

O-53-15: Consent Calendar - Budge - For the purpose of amending the Rules of Procedure to permit certain agenda items to be voted upon as a single group under a Consent Calendar category of the City Council Meeting Agenda. - 2/8/16 - Third Reader – approved unanimously

O-09-16 Removing Members of Boards and Commissions - Budge, Arnett - For the purpose of providing a formal process for the removal of appointed members of City boards and commissions for cause. - 7/11/16 - Third Reader – Approved unanimously

CA-2-16 Amending the City’s Maximum Penalty - Budge - For the purpose of amending the Maximum Penalty applicable to misdemeanors, infractions and violations to that proscribed by State Law. - 7/11/16 - Approved unanimously

O-25-16 City Code Maximum Penalty Provision - Budge - For the purpose of amending the City Code to be consistent with the Charter concerning the Maximum Penalty applicable to misdemeanors, infractions and violations proscribed by State Law. - 7/11/16 - Third Reader – Approved on Consent Calendar

Others

O-1-14: Single-Family Attached Dwellings in C1A Special Conservation District - 5/12/14 Budge - Allow rearward and upward expansion of non-conforming attached dwellings. Approved on Third Reader

O-37-14: Lease of City Property to Chesapeake Children’s Museum - 11/28/14 Pantelides, Budge - First Reader - 6/22/15 - Approved unanimously on Third Reader

O-31-14: Technical Corrections to P&Z - 8/23/14 Budge - Per Sally Nash’s request - Discuss definition of Comp Plan - 2/9/15 - Amended and adopted unanimously on Third Reader

O-07-16: Chapter 21.56 Historic District - Pantelides, Budge - For the purpose of updating and amending Chapter 21.56 of the Annapolis City Code to simplify and reorganize that Chapter for ease of use, to clarify processes, to remove obsolete language, to include substantive changes; and matters generally relating to Chapter 21.56. - 4/11/16 - Legislation Withdrawn by Pantelides & Budge on Consent Calendar

O-8-17 The Conveyance of 28 square feet of land associated with 108-110 West Street - Budge - For the purpose of approving the conveyance of 28 square feet of land; said conveyance to be made at private sale and not at public auction; and matters generally relating to said conveyance. - 2/9/17 - Suspended rules and approved unanimously on Second Reader

R-19-15: Cardiac Surgery Program - Pantelides, Finlayson, Pindell Charles, Budge, Kirby, Paone - For the purpose of supporting Anne Arundel Medical Center's application for a Certificate of Need from the Maryland Health Care Commission to offer a cardiac surgery program within Annapolis and Anne Arundel County. - 7/13/15 - Suspended rules, approved on Second Reader

R-35-16 Redistricting of Annapolis Cluster Schools during 2016-2017 - Finlayson, Pantelides, Budge, Paone, Littmann, Kirby, Pfeiffer, Arnett - For the purpose of providing a statement of full support of redistricting the Annapolis Feeder System during the 2016-2017 school year. - 11/14/16 - Second Reader. Approved by unanimous vote of Council, Pindell Charles abstaining

R-31-14: Freedom Park - 8/1/14 - Rename Newman St. Playground and Park to Freedom Park (Dick Israel’s Request) - 9/22/14 - Approved unanimously on Second Reader

R-20-15: Honoring Alderman Richard E. Israel - Arnett, Budge, Finlayson, Kirby, Littmann, Pantelides, Paone, Pfeiffer and Pindell Charles - For the purpose of honoring and remembering Alderman Richard E. Israel and his contributions to the City of Annapolis and the State of Maryland. - 7/27/15 - Suspended Rules, adopted unanimously on Second Reader

R-30-16 Anne St. Clair Wright Legacy Tablet - Pantelides, Budge - For the purpose of accepting a bequest from the late Alderman Richard E. Israel and approving a matching allocation of City funds to be used to purchase and install an outside Tablet in honor of Anne St. Clair Wright. - 11/28/16 - Second Reader – Approved on Consent Docket

R-31-16 "Pip and Zastrow" Legacy Tablet - Pantelides, Budge - For the purpose of accepting a bequest from the late Alderman Richard E. Israel and approving a matching allocation of City funds to be used to purchase and install an outside Tablet in honor of former Mayor Roger W. (Pip) Moyer and Joseph Zastrow Simms. - 11/28/16 - Second Reader – Approved on Consent Docket

R-4-17 David A. Jarrell - Littmann, Finlayson, Kirby, Pindell Charles, Arnett, Pfeiffer, Budge - For the purpose of recognizing the dedication and professionalism of David A. Jarrell in his capacity as Director of the Department of Public Works from December 2010 to January 2017. - 1/9/17 - Adopted unanimously on Second Reader

R-20-17 Linnell Lane - Budge, Pantelides, Littmann, Arnett, Finlayson, Paone, Pfeiffer, Kirby, Pindell Charles - For the purpose of renaming Chase Street to “Linnell Lane” for one day on the occasion of Linnell Bowen’s retirement on June 9, 2017 and the street shall thereafter bear that name in an honorary capacity. - 5/22/17 - Approved unanimously