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County Council Voted to Raise Property Tax

Last Thursday, the Prince George’s County Council voted to raise property tax by 4%, generating $34 million for schools. County Executive Mr. Rushern Baker first wanted to raise by 15.6%, however facing fierce opposition from residents, he asked about half of what he wanted. The FY16 Budget includes the following highlights: 2% across-the-board cut in […]

Saturday May 30th, 2015 in County | No Comments »

15% Property Tax Hike Scaled Back

Is this a coincidence? At last night’s City Council meeting, we decided to send a letter asking our County Council members to vote against Mr. Baker’s proposed 15.6% property tax hike. Mr. Baker is still asking about half of what he was asking in the beginning.

Thursday May 28th, 2015 in County | No Comments »

Council Set to Oppose County’s Proposed 15% Property Tax Hike

At next Tuesday’s Council meeting, the City Council will consider taking a position opposing 15% property tax increase in the proposed FY16 County budget. The City Council will send a letter to the Councty Council on this position. The letter will support County’s current initiative in improving our struggling school systems, but will express concerns […]

Sunday May 24th, 2015 in County | No Comments »

Civic Association Groups to Host Forum on County’s Tax Hike

The West College Park, North College Park, Berwyn and Old Town Civic Associations are jointly hosting a meeting on: SATURDAY, MAY 16th 9am – 11am at the City of College Park, Council Chambers. Please see blow for details ———————————————————- Proposed County Budget As you may all know, the County budget this year has several elements […]

Monday May 11th, 2015 in Announcements, County | No Comments »

Tonight: County Zoning Rewrite Presentation at City Hall

The Prince George’s County is currently doing a “Zoning Rewrite”, in an effort to streamline County’s zoning codes. These changes will affect many of the current zoning laws in College Park. Mayor Pro-Tem Mitchel will be hosting a “Resident Presentation” on this initiative tomorrow, Monday April 27, at the City Hall from 7 PM to […]

Monday April 27th, 2015 in Announcements, County | No Comments »

County Proposes 15% Property Tax Hike

The Prince George’s County Executive has recently proposed to raise property tax rates by 15% for the first time in 35 years and includes layoffs and furloughs, all to free up more funding for schools, public safety and economic development. Above are links and a 28-page document on the proposed budget. The website address immediately […]

Saturday March 28th, 2015 in Announcements, County | No Comments »

County Seeks Input on Zoning Reforms

After approximately ten months of outreach and research, Clarion Associates’ consultant team released the Evaluation and Recommendations Report for the Zoning Ordinance and Subdivision Regulations Rewrite. This document reflects the consultant’s conclusions for how the Zoning Ordinance and Subdivision Regulations should be restructured. The County is asking to attebd one of the three countywide listening […]

Sunday January 18th, 2015 in County | No Comments »

County’s Rent Zoning Bill Postponed

At the request of County Council man Eric Olson, the PZED committee postponed the rent stabilization overlay zone bill. The committee met last Tuesday afternoon to vote on the bill. You can read more about the public hearing that took place at the meeting here. At the meeting, Mr. Olson made two major changes to […]

Saturday July 19th, 2014 in County | No Comments »

County Bill May Stop Rental Property Conversion in College Park Neighborhoods

A proposed bill in the County Council may stop conversions of single family homes to rental properties in College Park. The bill, proposed by Dist 3 County Councilman Eric Olson, will be discussed at our Council worksession tonight. The Council may take a position whether to support the bill when it will be formerly introduced […]

Bag Bill Comes Back To County Council

Prince George’s County Council is considering to vote on the disposable bag fee in their upcoming legislative session. The bill will allow retailers in the County to charge consumers 5 cents a bag (plastic or paper) as part of their retail sales. The bill failed 3 times in the past, but Council Woman Mary Lehamn […]

Monday December 30th, 2013 in Business, County, Environment | No Comments »

Plan 2035 Seeks Public Input

The Prince George’s County Planning Board and the Prince George’s County Council will hold a Joint Public Hearing on the preliminary Plan Prince George’s 2035, which layouts County’s general plan. The hearing will take place on Tuesday, November 12, 2013 at 7 PM at the Council Hearing Room, First Floor of the County Administration Building […]

Saturday October 12th, 2013 in Announcements, County | No Comments »

Group Offers Free Home Repair Help to 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. […]

Wednesday August 21st, 2013 in County, Senior citizens | No Comments »

County Tax Assessment Begins This Thursday

The Prince George’s County Office of Finance will begin to release the FY 2014 Tax Assessments beginning on Thursday, August 1, 2013. Below is some important information that you may be interested in: Property Assessments: The State Department of Assessments and Taxation determines the assessed value of all real property in the State of Maryland. […]

Monday July 29th, 2013 in County | No Comments »

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) M-NCPPC Parks and Recreation has a variety of activities in Prince George’s County! Watch an entertaining performance; participate in fun events for seniors ages 60 & better; learn the art form of stepping, and experience […]

Tuesday July 23rd, 2013 in County | No Comments »

College Park Eyed as a Future County Downtown

The Maryland Park and Planning held a town hall meeting recently at the University of Maryland in search of the future downtown of the Prince George’s County. You can find the entire presentation here The meeting was the latest of the 3+ years effort to find where the County should focus the most of its […]

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Monday July 1st, 2013 in County | No Comments »