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D.C. Council Agenda

Thursday, September 30, 2004; Page DZ05

Here is the schedule of meetings for the D.C. Council and its committees for the coming week. All meetings are held at the Wilson Building, 1350 Pennsylvania Ave. NW, Council Chamber, unless otherwise noted.

Today

Judiciary hearing, 10 a.m. "Incompetent Defendants Criminal Commitment Act of 2004," Bill 15-967.

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Consumer and Regulatory Affairs roundtable, 11 a.m., Room 123. Confirmation resolutions for two proposed members of the Alcoholic Beverage Control Board, Judy A. Moy and Albert G. Lauber.

Tuesday

Forty-First Legislative Meeting, 10 a.m. Consent agenda, reading and vote on proposed ceremonial resolutions: "Keely's District Boxing and Youth Program Recognition Resolution of 2004"; "Negro League Legends Hall of Fame Recognition Resolution of 2004"; "Charles L. Wesley Sr. Birthday Recognition Resolution of 2004"; "Bishop Alfred A. Owens Jr. Recognition Resolution of 2004;" "Florida Avenue Grill 60th Anniversary Recognition Resolution of 2004;" "Engine Company 3, 200th Anniversary Recognition Resolution of 2004"; "Gordon Segal Recognition and Appreciation Resolution of 2004"; "Hospital Appreciation Day Recognition Resolution of 2004"; "2004 Chinese Culture Festival Recognition Resolution of 2004."

Final reading and final vote on proposed bills: "Closing of a Portion of the Intersection of Minnesota Avenue and East Capital Street NE S.O. 02-3743, Act of 2004," Bill 15-848; "Historic Preservation Process for Public Safety Facilities Amendment Act of 2004," Bill 15-784; "District of Columbia Statehood Delegation Fund Commission and Tax Check-Off Amendment Act of 2004," Bill 15-575; "Natural Retail Gas Supplier Licensing and Consumer Protection Act of 2004," Bill 15-679; "Property Management Reform Amendment Act of 2004," Bill 15-715; "Pedestrian Protection Right of Way at Crosswalks Amendment Act of 2004," Bill 15-43; "Miscellaneous Vehicles Helmet Safety Act of 2004," Bill 15-88; "Parking Ticket Adjudication Hearing Amendment Act of 2004," Bill 15-141; "Prevention of Premature Release of Mentally Incompetent Defendants Amendment Act of 2004," Bill 15-665; "Fleeing Law Enforcement Prohibition Act of 2004," Bill 15-759; "Metropolitan Police Department School Safety and Security Act of 2004," Bill 15-725; "Alcoholic Beverage Penalty Amendment Act of 2004," Bill 15-823.

First Reading on Proposed Bills: "Approval of Starpower Communications LLC's Open Video System Franchise Act of 2004," Bill 15-722; "Business Improvement District Amendment Act of 2004," Bill 15-717; "Television Production Studios and Equipment Use Amendment Act of 2004," Bill 15-686; "Freedom of Information Legislative Records Clarification Amendment Act of 2004," Bill 15-483; "Documents Administrative Cost Assessment Amendment Act of 2004," Bill 15-822.

Final reading and final vote on temporary legislation: "Gallery Place Graphics Temporary Amendment Act of 2004," Bill 15-923; "Unemployment Compensation Pension Offset Reduction Temporary Amendment Act of 2004," Bill 15-937; "Contract No. DCFJ-2004-B-0031 (Delivery of Electrical Power and Ancillary Services) Exemption Temporary Amendment Act of 2004," Bill 15-957; "Low-Income Housing Tax Credit Non-Reverting/Non-Lapsing Proprietary Fund Temporary Act of 2004," Bill 15-927; "Public Assistance Confidentiality of Information Temporary Amendment Act of 2004," Bill 15-900; "Juvenile Justice Temporary Amendment Act of 2004," Bill 15-962; "Distracted Driving Safety Revised Temporary Amendment Act of 2004," Bill 15-964.

Wednesday

Economic Development, 9 a.m., Room 123.

Public Works and the Environment, 2 p.m., Room 123.

For updates, call the 24-hour information line at 202-724-8554 or visit www.dccouncil.washington.dc.us.


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