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

Today

Judiciary public oversight hearing, 11 a.m. Agenda: "Health Care Reform Act of 2005," Bill 16-283. "Medical Malpractice Reform Act of 2005," Bill 16-418.

Finance and revenue, 1:30 p.m., Room 120. Agenda: "Other Tobacco Products Tax Amendment Act of 2005," Bill 16-117; "Brentwood Retail Center Real Property Tax Exemption Act of 2005," Bill 16-385; "Residential Energy Conservation Tax Credit Act of 2005," Bill 16-461; "Natural Gas Taxation Relief Amendment Act of 2005," Bill 16-462; "Children's Museum Project Retail Priority Area Approval Resolution of 2005," PR 16-485.

Finance and revenue public roundtable, 1:45 p.m., Room 120. Agenda: "DC-USA Economic Development Act of 2005," Bill 16-514.

Friday

No scheduled public meetings.

Monday

Education, libraries and recreation, 10 a.m., Room 123. Agenda: Markup: "School Modernization Financing Act of 2005," Bill 16-250.

Tuesday

Seventeenth legislative meeting, 10 a.m. Agenda: Consent agenda reading and vote on proposed ceremonial resolutions. Final reading and final vote on proposed bills: "Old Morgan School Place Designation Act of 2005," Bill 16-29; "Walt Whitman Way Designation Act of 2005," Bill 16-169; "Dedication of Portions of the Alley System in Square 5252, S.O. 03-1707, Act of 2005," Bill 16-290; "Karyn Barquin Adult Protective Services Self-Neglect Expansion Amendment Act of 2005," Bill 16-46; "Stevie Sellows ICF-MR Quality Improvement Act of 2005," Bill 16-170; "Full Services Grocery Store Alcohol License Exception Act of 2005," Bill 16-160; "Producer Summary Suspension Amendment Act of 2005," Bill 16-202; "Adams Morgan Business Improvement District Amendment Act of 2005," Bill 16-288; "Domestic Partner Health Care Benefits Tax Exemption Act of 2005," Bill 16-405; "National Community Reinvestment Coalition Real Property Tax Exemption Act of 2005," Bill 16-409; "Grandparent Caregiver Pilot Program Establishment Act of 2005," Bill 16-108; "District of Columbia Health Professional Recruitment Program Act of 2005," Bill 16-420; "Human Rights Clarification Amendment Act of 2005," Bill 16-389; "Water Pollution Control Amendment Act of 2005," Bill 16-361; "Vending License Moratorium Amendment Act of 2005," Bill 16-347; First reading and proposed bills: "Library Enhancement, Assessment and Development Amendment Act of 2005," Bill 16-49; "Parkside Terrace Economic Development Act of 2005," Bill 16-432; "Domestic Partnership Equality Act of 2005," Bill 16-52; "Uniform Mediation Act of 2005," Bill 16-145. Reading and vote on proposed resolutions: "Board of Zoning Adjustment Ruthanne G. Miller Confirmation Resolution of 2005," PR 16-431; "Domestic Violence Fatality Review Board Elisabeth Olds Confirmation Resolution of 2005," PR 16-287; "Domestic Violence Fatality Review Board Lauren B. Cattaneo Confirmation Resolution of 2005," PR 16-288; "Police Complaints Board Kurt Vorndran Confirmation Resolution of 2005," PR 16-360; "Police Complaints Karl Maurice Fraser Confirmation Resolution of 2005," PR 16-361. Final reading and final vote on temporary legislation: "Criminal Background Checks for the Protection of Children Clarification Temporary Amendment Act of 2005," Bill 16-407; "Water Pollution Control Temporary Amendment Act of 2005," Bill 16-474; "Public Assistance Confidentiality of Information Temporary Amendment Act of 2005," Bill 16-491; "Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom Active Duty Pay Differential Extension Temporary Amendment Act of 2005," Bill 16-493; "Real Property Disposition Economic Analysis Temporary Amendment Act of 2005," Bill 16-476; "Estate and Inheritance Tax Clarification Temporary Act of 2005," Bill 16-483; "Highway Trust Fund and Department of Transportation Temporary Amendment Act of 2005," Bill 16-487. Non-consent first reading on proposed bills: "Department of Health Functions Clarification Amendment Act of 2005," Bill 16-293; "White Collar Insurance Fraud Prosecution Enhancement Amendment Act of 2005," Bill 16-208; "Office of Administrative Hearings Term Amendment Act of 2005," Bill 16-279; "Terrorism Prevention in Hazardous Materials Transportation Act of 2005," Bill 16-79; "Prostitution-Related Nuisance Abatement Reform Amendment Act of 2005," Bill 16-80. Reading and vote on proposed resolutions: "Board of Trustees of the University of the District of Columbia Verle B. Hammond Confirmation Resolution of 2005," PR 16-351. Reading and vote on emergency legislation: "The Second Terrorism Prevention in Hazardous Materials Transportation Emergency Declaration Resolution of 2005," "The Second Terrorism Prevention in Hazardous Materials Transportation Emergency Act of 2005."

Wednesday

Economic development public oversight hearing, 10 a.m., Room 412. Agenda: Status of the District's electric deregulation law and the impact on energy supply and costs for District residents and businesses.

Public works and the environment committee meeting, 2 p.m., Room 123. The agenda had not been set at press time.

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