The Prince George’s County Council held its end-of- session meeting on Tuesday, November 20 where it addressed numerous legislative issues. As reported by the Washington Post:
Plans for an expanded ethics office, more farmers markets and increased recycling were among more than two dozen issues addressed Tuesday as the Prince George’s County Council held its annual end-of-session marathon before quitting for the year.
Most of the bills, which also included pay raises for police and a crackdown on loitering, went through Tuesday with little debate. The ethics bill, a key goal of County Executive Rushern L. Baker III (D), was approved unanimously.