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Tap It App Provides an Alternative to Non-Reusable Water Bottles

Tap It iPhone App

A new mobile phone app is offering local consumers an easy way to locate places to refill their reusable bottles with free tap water. The “TapIt Metro DC” app is now available for free at the Apple iTunes app store and will also be available later this week at the Google Play store. The app identifies participating businesses within the Washington region using a map interface.

The app is part of a joint effort between the national TapIt campaign, the Council of Governments and local water utilities that enables anyone with a water bottle to get a free refill at local participating businesses. This regional effort in the District of Columbia, Maryland and Virginia will help reduce landfill waste and litter, as well as provide a sustainable, affordable alternative to buying non-renewable bottled water. The app will make finding participating businesses as easy as finding an ATM, Metro station or restaurant. With over 400 locations in the Metro D.C. region, finding tap water will become even easier.

“This app is a great reminder that residents of our region have easy access to great-tasting, healthy, abundant tap water. And refills through TapIt are free,” said the Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission’s Jim Neustadt, who serves as Chair of the COG Community Engagement Campaign of regional water supply and wastewater officials. “And while the water we get from the tap at home isn’t free, it’s a whole lot cheaper than bottled water. Tap water is a great value.”

TapIt is a multistate non-profit that has partnered with stakeholders in the Washington region to expand tap water consumption. TapIt has locations in over 22 states and the District.

To find out more about TapIt Metro DC, please visit http://www.mwcog.org/environment/water/cec.asp

Tomorrow at the Hollywood Market: August 31, 2013

Please see below this week’s Hollywood Farmers Market Newsletter. See you all tomorrow

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Jeff from Phil’s Dills at the Hollywood Farmers Market

Featured Vendor: Phil’s Dills

Pickles, pickles, and more pickles! Several large tubs of fresh, homemade dill pickles line the table of this vendor. Phil uses local ingredients from Carroll County to create several types of dill pickles, including fire garlic, sweet and spicy, and kosher. Ask for a taste of each of the pickles, so you’ll be completely  satisfied with your purchase when you get it home.

New Vendor: Razan Center for Massage & Health  

Come to the market on Saturday and get a free, 10-minute massage from a very local massage therapist, located on Niagara Road. Information about the company’s services will be available in addition to this mini-massage, and those who want to extend their massages past 10 minutes can do so by paying just $1 per minute. What a way to start the day!

Girl Scouts Will Share Their Shine 

Young ladies, step right up, to the table where the Girl Scouts will show you how to make lip gloss. Here’s an opportunity to have fun and leave with a shine—on your lips that is!

Girls Scouts at the market

This week’s Vendors

1. Calvert Farm
2. SunSplash Farm
3. Pleitez Farm
4. Legacy Manor
5. Shlagal Farms
6. Conscious Alchemy
7. Morning Glory Farm
8. Heavenly Created Desserts
9. Christiane’s Knits and Gardens
10. Ear Gear
11. Silent Beading
12. Razan Center for Massage & Health
13. Caspari Farm
14. John & Allie’s Tea Pops
15. Coffee Barn
16. Tiffany’s Oven
17. Tuckey’s Mountain Grown
18. Create Peace Jeweleries
19. Eastern Delights
20. Uptown Bakers
21. Red Chimney Flower Farm
22. Alan Comer
23. Ozlem Crafts
24. Henna Art
25. Phil’s Dills

Featured Produce: Kale

One health writer at www.webmd.com called kale the “queen of greens” and “a nutritional powerhouse.” Not only does it provide significant health benefits, it’s also delicious when cooked right (like steamed or stir-fried)—or when it’s not cooked like in the salad below. The writer, who happens to be a nutritionist, says: “One cup of chopped kale contains 33 calories and 9% of the daily value of calcium, 206% of vitamin A, 134% of vitamin C, and a whopping 684% of vitamin K. It is also a good source of minerals, copper, potassium, iron, manganese, and phosphorus.”

However, nobody’s perfect and neither is kale. According to the article, those taking anticoagulants such as warfarin should consult their doctors about eating it because the high level of vitamin K may interfere with the drugs. At high doses it may interfere with the absorption of calcium.

Recipe of the Week: Raw Kale Salad

Kale salad

[The following recipe is from the University Maryland Extension Center.]

Makes 5 servings each 3/4 cup

Ingredients:
Wash and dry 8–10 kale leaves (1 bunch)
2 tablespoons lemon juice
2 garlic cloves
1–2 tablespoons  of olive oil
Salt to taste
1 tablespoon of tahini (optional)
Plain bread crumbs (optional)
A handful of nuts, raisins, and/or fruit
Any kind of grated cheese (optional)

Directions:
Remove kale stems and chop kale finely. Place in large bowl. Chop garlic finely. In a small bowl, add garlic, olive oil, lemon juice, tahini (optional), and salt to taste. Pour dressing over kale and toss well. Let the salad sit for at least 5 minutes.

Mix in optional ingredients to create your own variation.


Hollywood Farmers Market is located at the Hollywood Shopping Center (near REI) on Saturdays from 8am to 12 noon. Email: Hollwoodmarketcp@gmail.com. Phone: (301) 659 – 6295 Like us on the FaceBook: https://www.facebook.com/hollywoodmarket
Copyright © 2013 Hollywood Farmers Market, All rights reserved. www.Hollywoodmarket.org

Best Practices Sought to Improve City’s Rental Property Stock

In an attempt to improve the quality of life related to city’s rental properties, the Neighborhood Stabilization and Quality of Life group came up with a few recommendations. They include establishing an accrediation program for the rental property owners (landlords), start an annual orientation program, and require them to live close to College Park. Please see below for details.

(1) Create an accreditation program for rental house property owners/managers. Accreditation would indicate that property meets specific standards and that the property owner commits to certain actions that will address core quality of life issues in the neighborhood.

City could inform property owners about Accreditation program during the rental license renewal process.

Some suggested incentivizing participation by reducing frequency of inspections to every other year for accredited rental property owners and stated that other municipalities do inspections at 2-3 year intervals. A reduction in hours needed for inspections may free up time for other duties (i.e. more hours on Noise Enforcement). Public Services staff responded that an annual compliance inspection seems minimal to insure renter safety, health, and welfare and that inspections can help compliant property owners prove due diligence if sued by tenants for alleged deficiencies. One member commented that such a program should avoid providing City benefits that are not directly administered by the City, and should not require rental property owners to join, support, participate in, or seek approval from any private association as a condition for their entitlement to full benefits under the program.

Public Services staff suggested a tiered approach (Gold, Silver, Bronze) to reflect life safety standards. PGPOA representatives thought that a tiered system would be too complicated for them to administer in the initial implementation phase but would be good to consider for the future.

(2) Require property owners (or their agents) to participate in annual orientation, in order to receive rental license/permit, that has the follow elements:
• Enrollment in electronic notification system with name of person with relevant contact information.
• Explanation by code enforcement with a focus on new and enhanced expectations.
• Mandated viewing of a video to highlight the challenges the community faces renting to the student population and outline best practices.

(3) Require property owners or agent/manager to be within 75-mile radius of College Park.
Streamline the rental licensing process, including the following:
• Automate rental license renewal process.
• Provide one rental registration deadline for ALL rental properties (early in the year) when the permit fee is paid and all paperwork is completed. Inspection occurs throughout the year (as it is done now).
• Offer orientation program on three different dates around the registration deadline. All stakeholders (University, Policy, Fire, Resident, IFC, SGA, PGPOA, etc.) could be invited to participate.
Create a clearinghouse for complaints against rental property owners and attempt to solve problems that are reported.

Please note, current permitting process only requires a local agent, not manager, to receive notices; the local agent does not have to address any problems that may arise at the property. PGPOA will provide a sample statute for the City to consider.

(4) Streamline the rental licensing process, including the following:
• Automate rental license renewal process.
• Provide one rental registration deadline for ALL rental properties (early in the year) when the permit fee is paid and all paperwork is completed. Inspection occurs throughout the year (as it is done now).
• Offer orientation program on three different dates around the registration deadline. All stakeholders (University, Policy, Fire, Resident, IFC, SGA, PGPOA, etc.) could be invited to participate.

Streamlining the licensing process could free up City staff to focus more time on issue reduction. Public Services staff commented that City Finance and IT staff would need to develop new protocols and software. Such a program should include enhancements to property owner contact information (e.g., adding email addresses, identifying type of phone (cell or landline), and indicating if phone number can receive text messages. Penalties could be imposed if the information provided is not accurate.

(5) Create a clearinghouse for complaints against rental property owners and attempt to solve problems that are reported.

Group Recommends Better Code Enforcement in College Park

I posted earlier on the report that the Quality of Life group worked earlier. Here is what they recommend on the ways to increase Code Enforcement Effectiveness.

1. Increase collaboration and communication between various police agencies (UMPD, PGPD, City contract police), City code enforcement, and Noise Board).

2. Hire dedicated, part-time, contract noise enforcement staff to work during evenings and weekends.

3. Use C-MAST (City Multi-Agency Services Team) data to identify appropriate times to staff noise enforcement.

4. Install surveillance cameras in key areas & work with the City Multi-Agency Services Team (C MAST) on targeted problem areas.

5. Alter procedures for issuing noise citations: If enforcement agent is not easily able to determine tenant names, agents should issue fines in the name of the landlord and post on the door as well as notify landlord through City electronic notification system.

6. Permit Code Enforcement Officers to take noise readings from the safety of their vehicle without the presence of a police officer (unless they feel they are in danger).

7. Revise noise warning letters and violation letters to include more information about the details of the noise complaint or violation.

8. Enable code enforcement officers and police to take photographs and video (including sound) to document party problems.

9. Utilize nuisance abatement strategies that were adopted by the Baltimore City Council in 2011.

In the Baltimore statute, “neighborhood nuisance” means any premises on or in which an owner, operator, tenant, or occupant of the premises:
(1) acts in a disorderly manner that disturbs the public peace; or
(2) creates or maintains conditions that lets others to act in a disorderly manner that disturbs the public peace.

10. Require Noise Control Board to refer violations to the UMCP Office of Student Affairs (for enforcement under the Code of Student Conduct), Community Oriented Policing (COPS) officers, and/or new student peer enforcement mechanisms created by IFC/PHA or SGA to provide education and additional sanctions (such as community service).

11. Limit the maximum fine reduction that the Noise Control Board may grant to no more than ½ of the fine (with fine reductions given for first-time offenses only).

12. Lower decibel limits for noise violation thresholds.

13. Add community service as an additional sanction to fines.

14. Add a student representative to the Noise Board.

15. Develop new IFC/PHA mechanism for peer-to-peer noise and code enforcement.

16. Educate community members when and how to report problems. Develop an easy-to-use matrix detailing typical infractions and nuisances and corresponding contact information detailing how to report problems.

Live More, Play More this Week!

The following is a list of fun and recreational activities around our area. (Courtesy of the Maryland Park and Planning)



Doggie Dive-In

doggie dive in

Attention dog owners! Stop by Ellen Linson Swimming Pool on
September 3, or 
Allentown Splash, Tennis and Fitness Park on
September 6, to take a dip with your furry, four-legged friend. Participating
dogs must be friendly, social and curbed before entering the pool.


Hispanic Festival

hispanic festival

Mark your calendar for one of the
most popular annual events in the County! Bring your family and friends to
celebrate the rich heritage of our Hispanic communities at the 32nd Hispanic
Festival on September 15. Click 
here for more
information about the festival. 



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Open House at Golf Performance Center

paint branch golf demo

Everyone’s invited to a FREE open
house at 
Paint Branch Golf Complex and Performance Center this
Saturday. Join us for a day of activities including Titleist Performance
Institute (TPI) screenings, 3D demos, player development programs for all ages,
a putting clinic and a fitness class for golf.  


Get Ready for Active Aging Week!

senior fitness

Save the date! From September
23-27, people ages 60 & better are encouraged to come out and have fun at
M-NCPPC venues throughout the County. Take the Active Aging Week challenge and
participate in FREE healthy fitness programs all week long! 
Learn more.



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Sign Up for Classes at Clarice Smith Center

yoga

M-NCPPC is now offering yoga
classes for adults and creative music courses for kids at the Clarice Smith
Performing Arts Center at the University of Maryland. During the fall, “Yoga for
All Levels” will be held on Mondays & Wednesdays; and “Kidsmusicart” courses on
Thursdays.Learn more.
 



Weekend Performance at Publick Playhouse
debbi morgan

Award-winning actress Debbi Morgan
presents a captivating performance of candor, drama and humor as she describes
her life journey through a three-generation legacy of fear and abuse.  The
performance will be held on September 7 at the Publick Playhouse. Read more. 

 

Ideas to Beautify Hollywood Neighborhood

Recently, I met with a group of residents to discuss ideas to beautify Hollywood neighborhood. Sometime during this fall, he group will work with the local residents and the University of Maryland students on a number of projects. Here are a few ideas we came up with, but there could be more. If you have some other cool ideas, please let me know.

1. Places for murals or other public art projects: Near the farmers market (perhaps the side of the REI building?), on/near the metro path, the beltway overpass on RI avenue, the tunnel at Davis field near the end of Kenesaw
2. Trash pickup: Sunnyside, Hollywood, Narragansett Run, near the Elementary school, the Hollywood commercial district
3. Removing illegal signs
4. Assisting elderly or disabled residents with leaf raking, spring clean out, trash pick up, minor home repairs
5. Improvements for the Edgewood Rd / Rhode Island Ave intersection
6. Through partnership with CBE (Committee for a Better Environment): bring volunteers from the university to help residents build compost piles, install rain barrels, etc.
7. Plantings, including trees and flowers
8. Invasive species removal

NCP Crime Stats: Aug 18-24, 2013

Please see below last week’s crime report and let me know if you have any questions.

Theft

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Location

18:49 19:42 4700 Blk CHERRY HILL RD,
[8/20/13] 11:02 11:45 9700 Blk NARRAGANSETT PKY
[8/24/13] 13:31 14:45 BEST BUY – MARKET PLACE

 

 

Theft From Auto

Event

 

From

To

Location

[8/21/13] 08:26 09:13 9700 Blk 52ND PL,
[8/22/13] 17:20 19:13 IKEA,

 

City to Move Metzerott Speed Camera

Yesterday, the City posted the following press release after stories on a “confusing” speed camera on Metzerott Road were reported on several media outelets.

Recently the city was notified that some drivers may be confused about the speed limit on Metzerott Road at the location of the westbound speed camera. This is the first time in three years of operation of this camera that the city has been made aware of this concern. While the placement of the camera is legal, the city wishes to avoid any possible confusion about the speed limit in this area. As a result of an evaluation of alternative sites, the city intends to move the westbound camera to a location further east, as determined by the traffic engineers.

Tomorrow at the Hollywood Farmers Market: Aug 24, 2013

Please see below this week’s Hollywood Farmers Market Newsletter. See you all tomorrow

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Many farmers at our market now accept WIC checks

Many farmers at our market now accept WIC checks

WIC Checks Now Accepted
Many of our farmers—including Pleitez Farm, Shlagel Farm and Tuckey’s Mountain Grown—accept checks from the WIC Farmers’ Market Nutrition Program (FMNP), which is associated with the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children, popularly known as WIC. This program provides supplemental foods, health care referrals and nutrition education at no cost to low-income pregnant, breastfeeding and non-breastfeeding post-partum women, and to infants and children up to 5 years of age, who are found to be at nutritional risk. For more about the program, see http://www.fns.usda.gov/fmnp.

Anna of Coffee Barn at the Hollywood Farmers Market

Featured Vendor: The Coffee Barn
Most caffeine lovers love the coffee—by the cup or by the pound bag—that’s sold at the Hollywood Farmers Market. You won’t want to miss it because it’s so delicious, and, for the last few months, customers have been greeted for the last few months by the always open, smiling face of Anna, the vendor, a native of Costa Rica. She gets her coffee from The Coffee Cooperative, a group of 800 local coffee farmers based in the Dota Valley.. .
For more information on the Coffee Barn’s products, go to http://thecoffeebarngourmet.com/ .
Try it once and you’ll come back for more!

This week’s Vendors

1. Calvert Farm
2. SunSplash Farm
3. Pleitez Farm
4. Legacy Manor
5. Shlagal Farms
6. Conscious Alchemy
7. Morning Glory Farm
8. Heavenly Created Desserts
9. Christiane’s Knits and Gardens
10. Ear Gear
11. Silent Beading
12. Fertile Soil Teas
13. Caspari Farm
14. Green sprouts
15. Coffee Barn
16. Tiffany’s Oven
17. Tuckey’s Mountain Grown
18. Create Peace Jeweleries
19. Eastern Delights
20. Uptown Bakers
21. Red Chimney Flower Farm
22. Chic Expressions
23. Ozlem Crafts
24. Henna Art
25. Phil’s Dills
26. John & Allie’s Tea Pops

Featured Vegetable: Eggplant

One recently published New York Times article called the eggplant “meaty, mighty, and versatile,” listing a variety of popular dishes for which it’s used: baba ghanouj, eggplant parmesan, mousakka, and ratatouille to name a few. Obviously, the deep purple variety is the one we see and buy most often, but you can find other varieties, such as the lighter purple Chinese eggplant, at the Hollywood Farmer’s Market. Although it’s available year-round, peak season is during the months of August and September—and you’re sure to find it this Saturday!

Here are a few commonly known tips to get the best out of the eggplants you purchase:

  • Choose firm, small-to-medium fruits with blemish-free skin.
  • Store eggplants in a cool, dry place and use within a day or two of purchase.
  • Place in a plastic bag to store in the refrigerator. Before cooking, bring eggplant to room temperature.

Recipe of the Week: Grilled Eggplant Salad 

Farm-fresh eggplants at the Hollywood Farmers Market

Farm-fresh eggplants at the Hollywood Farmers Market

Ingredients
2 red bell peppers
2 medium eggplants
2 medium tomatoes, seeded and finely chopped
1 medium onion or 3 green onions, finely chopped
3 garlic cloves, minced
2 tbs fresh lemon juice
2-4 tbs olive oil to taste
¼ tsp salt to taste
¼ to 1 tsp of pepper to taste
¼ to ½ tsp crushed red pepper to taste
1 loaf French bread cut into rounds
¼ cup olive oil
¼ to ½ tsp garlic powder

Get your grill nice and hot. Wash the peppers and eggplants. If eggplants are large, cut them in half and brush the cut side with olive oil. Place on the grill and cook, turning often, until skin is blackened all over and vegetables are tender. Peppers should be done in 8–10 minutes, eggplants 10–20, depending on size.

Remove from grill, place in plastic bag and shake. After a few minutes, remove from bag. Once cool enough to handle, peel off the skin and discard. Set peeled vegetables aside to cool completely.

Finely chop the grilled vegetables and put into a serving bowl. Add the tomatoes, onions, minced garlic and lemon juice and stir. Add olive oil, salt and pepper to taste. Sprinkle with crushed red peppers.

Brush the French bread rounds with olive oil on both sides. Sprinkle both sides with garlic and place on the grill. Cook until lightly browned on both sides, 4–8 minutes depending on the heat of the grill. Spread the rounds with eggplant salad and enjoy.


Hollywood Farmers Market is located at the Hollywood Shopping Center (near REI) on Saturdays from 8am to 12 noon. Email: Hollwoodmarketcp@gmail.com. Phone: (301) 659 – 6295 Like us on the FaceBook: https://www.facebook.com/hollywoodmarket
Copyright © 2013 Hollywood Farmers Market, All rights reserved. www.Hollywoodmarket.org

Group Outlines Steps to Improve Quality of Life and Stabilize Neighborhood

About a year ago, in July 2012, the Mayor and Council established the Neighborhood Stabilization and Quality of Life Work Group to develop and explore new strategies for addressing issues related to the increasing use of single-family houses as group rental houses over the past several decades.

The initiative came after the Council suspended the enforcement of rent control ordinances for a year and try out other ways to address the root cause of the law – improve the quality of life and stabilize the neighborhood.

There had been a long-term trend of increasing numbers of single-family houses being converted to group rental houses over the past several decades. The Council expressed a desire to ensure availability and maintenance of affordable housing in the City, protect the standard of living of all City residents, and strengthen and stabilize the City’s neighborhoods.

The full Work Group and the individual task forces held numerous committee meetings from November 2012 through June 2013 to identify and discuss potential strategies for addressing the above issues. Additionally, they also held two public forums during this period, on January 29 and April 30, to provide an opportunity for members of the broader community to express their concerns and comments about neighborhood stabilization and quality of life issues.

The group decided to create four task forces to work on the following issues:

• Issue Reduction: Strategies for reducing problems that have negatively impacted the quality of life for people who live in the community, including loud parties, noise, excessive alcohol consumption, public urination, trash, and vandalism.
• Homeownership: Strategies for reversing the trend of conversions of owner-occupied properties to rental properties and attracting more University faculty and staff and other owner-occupants to purchase homes in College Park.
• Community Building: Strategies for building positive relations between students and long-term residents and creating a stronger sense of community.
• Housing Diversity: Strategies for expanding housing options available to students, with a particular emphasis on affordable housing.

I will make a series of posts to go over the details about the group’s findings and strategies to implement them.

Group Offers Free Home Repair Help to Seniors

Volunteers helping seniors

Volunteers helping seniors

Prince George’s county residents who can not repair their homes due to age, disability and financial hardship can now get free help from a project called “Christmas in April”.

The project is only limited to minor repairs to existing roofs. It cannot make structural repair or undertake projects that cannot be completed in one day.

The work being done by volunteers can be inside the home or on the outside.

It is especially good for seniors or individuals with disabilities who cannot keep up with the maintenance on their property

The project is run by a nationwide volunteer organization that, in partnership with local communities, rehabilitates the homes of low-income, elderly or handicapped persons, or families with children, at no cost, so that they may live in warmth, safety and independence.

The next event will take place on Saturday, April 26, 2014. If you are interested in being considered for the program, or know someone who may be interested, please complete this application form  and return to 7915 Malcom Rd, Clinton, MD 20735. Applications must be received by November 1, 2015.

 

New Businesses in College Park, Tutti Frutti, Casey’s Coffee and More..

Tutti Frutti

Tutti Frutti


Here is the monthly news roundup about new businesses that have already come or coming to College Park.

Tutti Frutti
[Opening Fall 2013 at 3711 Campus Drive] Opening on the ground floor of the recently completed Domain housing complex, Tutti Frutti is an international soft serve frozen yogurt brand offering over 50 great tasting flavors and a wide variety of toppings to create the perfect treat. The store joins Casey’s Coffee, Gateway Newstands, Maryland Book Exchange, and Subway as retail tenants at the Domain.

Casey’s Coffee
[Opening Fall 2013 at 3711 Campus Drive] Located on the ground floor of the recently opened Domain housing complex, Casey’s Coffee is opening a new location providing customers wih coffee, specialty drinks, breakfast sandwiches, waffles, lunch, and other menu items. The College Park location will join their other coffee shops located in downtown Washington, Baltimore, Ellicott City, and Columbia.

The businesses that have already opened in August include State Employees Credit Union at 8300 Baltimore Avenue and the Common at 3501 University Boulevard (in the Marriott Inn and Conference Center).

NCP Crime Stats: August 11 – 17, 2013

Please see below last week’s crime report for north College Park and let me know if you have any questions. Thanks you

 

Event

 

Type

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To

Location

[8/14/13] STLVEH 05:29 06:04 9300 Blk CHERRY HILL RD
[8/15/13] STLVEH 01:22 02:24 5000 Blk NIAGARA RD

Breaking and Entering

Event

 

Type

From

To

Location

[8/12/13] BREAK 07:24 08:53 NELLYS CAFE RESTAURANT,

Theft from Auto

Event

 

Type

From

To

Location

[8/13/13] THEFTA 14:34 15:49 HOME DEPOT – COLLEGE PARK
[8/15/13] Theft A 19:21 20:33 IKEA,

County / City to Review Controversial Speed Camera in College Park

A controversial speed camera on the Metzerott road has drawn much attention in the past week. The County and the City are looking into how to best address it. See more here on the MyFox DC News and the ABC 7.

Tax Free Shopping Week Ends Today

Maryland Tax Free Week

The second Sunday of August to the following Saturday is designated as Shop Maryland tax-free Week each year. That means qualifying apparel and footwear $100 or less, per item, are exempt from the state sales tax. Accessory items are not included.

The tax-free week for 2013 started Sunday, August 11, and will end today, Saturday, August 17.

Additionally, there is a tax-free three-day weekend every February during which the state sales tax will not apply to the sale of any Energy Star Product listed below, or solar water heater.

Energy Star Product means an air conditioner, clothes washer or dryer, furnace, heat pump, standard size refrigerator, compact fluorescent light bulb, dehumidifier, or programmable thermostat that has been designated as meeting or exceeding the applicable Energy Star Efficiency requirements developed by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Department of Energy.

To find more about the tax free week, please check here on this State of Maryland’s website.

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