The Prince George's County Council votes during a meeting in the council chambers of the County Administrative Building on Tuesday, Dec. 6, 2016. (Jahi Chikwendiu/The Washington Post)

Prince George’s County officials unveiled a Web page on Monday that allows residents to track meetings of the newly launched Vehicle Use Review Board and submit public comment via an online submission page.

The three-member board is reviewing the county government’s rules for providing vehicle and gasoline benefits and stipends to Council members and their top two administrative officials.

Residents can also see the board’s agendas, related legislation and other materials on the Web page .

The body will meet every two weeks until a June 30 deadline for submitting a report on the program, which offers far more generous car benefits than other local governments in the region.

“I’m afraid a lot of people have a lot to say about this,” Council staffer Howard Stone said.