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File #: R-29-19    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Resolution Status: Adopted
File created: 6/6/2019 In control: City Council
On agenda: 6/17/2019 Final action: 6/17/2019
Title: Equal Protection Task Force - African American Residents - For the purpose of approving a one year extension of time for the temporary advisory Task Force commissioned to provide the Mayor and City Council with a public forum for studying and preparing reports about the issues of African-American residents of the City of Annapolis to complete it mission.
Sponsors: Rhonda Pindell Charles, Rob Savidge, Gavin Buckley, Elly Tierney, Marc Rodriguez
Attachments: 1. R-29-19 Equal Protection Task Force African-American Extension Resolution.pdf, 2. R-29-19 Fiscal Impact Note.pdf, 3. R-29-19 Staff Report to Mayor.pdf, 4. R-29-19 SIGNED.pdf
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Equal Protection Task Force - African American Residents - For the purpose of approving a one year extension of time for the temporary advisory Task Force commissioned to provide the Mayor and City Council with a public forum for studying and preparing reports about the issues of African-American residents of the City of Annapolis to complete it mission.
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CITY COUNCIL OF THE
City of Annapolis

Resolution 29-19

Introduced by: Alderwoman Pindell Charles, Alderman Savidge
Mayor Buckley, Alderwoman Tierney, Alderman Rodriguez


A RESOLUTION concerning

Equal Protection Task Force - African-American Residents

FOR the purpose of approving a one year extension of time for the temporary advisory Task Force commissioned to provide the Mayor and City Council with a public forum for studying and preparing reports about the issues of African-American residents of the City of Annapolis to complete it mission.

WHEREAS, the City Council adopted R-24-18 on June 25, 2018, for the purpose of establishing a temporary advisory Task Force to study and prepare reports about the issues of African-American residents of the City of Annapolis; and

WHEREAS, R-24-18 expires on June 30, 2019, and the temporary advisory Task Force has yet to complete its study and reporting; and

WHEREAS, the City Council wishes to provide an additional year during which the advisory Task Force may address concerns and questions raised about the needs, circumstances, and issues of African-American residents in the City of Annapolis in each of the following areas: 1) transportation, 2) education, 3) communication, 4) economics and finances, 5) social and political concerns, 6) health care, 7) housing; and 8) city services and outreach.

NOW, THEREFORE,

BE IT RESOLVED BY THE ANNAPOLIS CITY COUNCIL that a one year extension of time is approved for the advisory task force to address concerns and questions raised about the needs, circumstances, and issues of African-American residents in the C...

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