Westminster's mayor and Common Council will meet for a work session at 7 p.m. today to discuss the city's proposed property maintenance code.
The session is open to the public, but residents cannot participate.
At a work session last month, the council began to revise the 42-page proposed code that several dozen residents and real estate agents had criticized as being too restrictive.
Changes included limiting the ordinance to rental properties, not all properties as proposed.
Council President Damian L. Halstad said the proposed ordinance could be voted on as soon as March 12.
For the past decade, Westminster, like the rest of Carroll, has functioned under the county livability code, which applies to rental properties and is enforced by a county housing inspector.
If passed, Westminster's property maintenance ordinance would be the first of its kind enacted by a Carroll municipality.