Here is the schedule of meetings for the D.C. Council and its committees for the coming week. All meetings are held at One Judiciary Square, 441 Fourth St. NW, unless otherwise noted.

TODAY

Committee on Education, Libraries and Recreation public oversight hearing, 9 a.m., chamber. Agenda to include the University of the District of Columbia Board of Trustees Residency Requirement Act of 1999 and nomination of the UDC Board of Trustees.

Committee on Consumer and Regulatory Affairs additional committee meeting, 10 a.m., room 700. Agenda to include markup on Retail Electric Competition and Consumer Protection Act of 1999.

Committee on Local and Regional Affairs additional committee meeting, 2 p.m., room 700. Agenda to include markup on Comprehensive Advisory Neighborhood Commission Reform Amendment Act of 1999 to amend the District of Columbia Home Rule Act of 1975, the Advisory Neighborhood Commissions Act of 1975, the Duties and Responsibilities of the Advisory Neighborhood Commissions Act of 1975, the Advisory Neighborhood Commission Amendment Act of 1990 and the Supplementary Neighborhood Amendment Act of 1990.

Committee on Finance and Revenue public hearing, 2 p.m., chamber. Agenda to include the Tax Conformity Act of 1999; Health Maintenance Organization Tax Clarification Amendment Act of 1999; and the Uniform Commercial Code Secured Transactions Revision Act of 1999.

Friday

No scheduled public meetings.

Monday

Committee on Government Operations public oversight hearing, 9 a.m., chamber. Agenda to include health care benefits for District government employees.

Tuesday

20th Legislative Meeting 10 a.m., chamber. Agenda to include reading and votes on ceremonial resolutions, final readings and votes on proposed bills: first reading on proposed bills--D.C. Motor Vehicle Parking Regulation Amendment Act of 1999, Office of Cable Television and Telecommunications Amendment Act of 1999, Designation of Al Arrighi Alley Act of 1999 and Designation of Dennis Dolinger Memorial Park Act of 1999; reading and votes on--Attorney Retention Compensation System Change for Legal Service Attorneys Approval Resolution of 1999 and Board of Real Estate Confirmation resolutions; and final reading and final vote on--the Housing Authority Temporary Amendment Act of 1999, Performance Rating Levels Temporary Amendment Act of 1999, Management Supervisory Service Temporary Amendment Act of 1999, School Proximity Traffic Calming Temporary Act of 1999, Advisory Neighborhood Commissions Management Control Temporary Amendment Act of 1999, Mentally Retarded Citizens Substituted Consent for Health Care Decisions Temporary Amendment Act of 1999, Disposal of District Owned Surplus Real Property Temporary Amendment Act of 1999 and Board of Trustees of the University of the District of Columbia Temporary Amendment Act of 1999.

Also included are the Project Give Back Community Service Organization Day of 1999, Uniform Controlled Substances Amendment Act of 1999, Police Recruiting and Retention Enhancement Act of 1999, District of Columbia Housing Authority Act of 1999 and the confirmation of Sherryl Hobbs Newman as director of the Department of Motor Vehicles.

Wednesday

Committee on Consumer and Regulatory Affairs committee meeting, 10 a.m., room 700. Agenda not yet set.

Committee on Finance and Revenue public oversight hearing, 10 a.m., chamber. Agenda to include the Tax Clarity Act of 1999.

Committee on Human Services committee meeting, 2 p.m., room 700. Agenda not yet set.

Committee on Education, Libraries and Recreation public hearing, 2 p.m., chamber. Agenda to include Public Schools Uniform Act of 1999, Attendance and School Safety Act of 1999, Safe School Bus Act of 1999 and the Uniform Per Student Funding Formula for Public Schools and Public Charter Schools Amendment Act of 1999.

The Calendar of the Week is prepared by the Office of the Secretary. Scheduled agenda items are subject to change. For updates, call the 24-hour information line at 202-724-8554 or check the council's Web site at www.dccouncil.washington.dc.us. For copies of legislation, call the Legislative Services Division at 202-724-8050. Public hearings in the chamber are broadcast live on Council Cable 13.