College Park Council wants vote on 4-year terms by 2019 election


Michael Theis/Route 1 Reporter

District Two Councilor Patrick Brennan, center, speaks during a September 2018 meeting as District One Councilor Kate Kennedy, at left, and District Two Councilor Monroe Dennis, at right, look on.

A push to expand College Park elected offices to staggered four-year terms, up from two-year non-staggered terms presently, is gaining steam. At its Oct. 16, 2018, worksession, College Park City Council discussed the proposal, which would require the amendment of the city's charter. During the meeting, a consensus emerged to...
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