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Resources for Furloughed Government Workers

Federal-Government-Shutdown-Assistance Furlough Discounts / Assistance etc prince georges county Federal-Government-Shutdown-Assistance https://patch.com/maryland/bowie/discounts-free-meals-available-furloughed-pg-county-workers www.patch.com/district-columbia/washingtondc/amp/27874025/government-shutdown-freebies-deals-federal-workers-dmv https://www.routeonefun.com/2019/01/furlough-free-food-activities-hyattsville-DC.html https://wjla.com/features/7-on-your-side/deals-and-freebies-around-dc-during-shutdown https://wtop.com/local/2018/12/shutdown-specials-dc-restaurants-offer-deals-to-furloughed-government-workers/

Tuesday January 15th, 2019 in Uncategorized | No Comments »

Let’s Thank the Public Works Crew and the Snow Shoveling Brigade

Over the past two days, the City received about 13 inches of snow. Let’s take a moment to thank the Public works crew for keeping our streets clean. Also, let’s thank a dedicated group of volunteers who came together yesterday and today and helped their neighbors in needs of snow shoveling. In particular, my sincere […]

Monday January 14th, 2019 in Uncategorized | No Comments »

Council Reviews Proposals to Cut Abuse in City’s Bulk Trash Collection

At last night’s meeting, the City Council continued to discuss the increases in volume and costs associated with Special and Bulk Trash collections. Included the FY 19 budget was funding for a solid waste study to evaluate the City’s solid waste collection program. Overall, the consultant (SCS Engineers) proposes the followings (a) City should avoid […]

Wednesday January 9th, 2019 in Uncategorized | No Comments »

Year 2018 in Review

As another year passes and we embark upon a new one, I thought I would drop a note to share some important events in our neighborhood and my activities as your Councilmember that occurred in 2018. I also want to take this opportunity to ask you how I can be of service to you in 2019.  Back […]

Tuesday January 1st, 2019 in Uncategorized | No Comments »

Community Library Programs

New Programs: Baby and Me Tues. and Thurs. 1:30pm -3:30pm.  This is a drop in program for parents with infants and toddlers.The program will offer songs, stories, games and a way for parents to connect with other parents in our community.Our volunteer Sarah’s 5 month old son Will will be at the library with his Mom on Tuesdays.   Homework Help!  […]

Friday December 28th, 2018 in Uncategorized | No Comments »

Things to Buy from City’s Public Works Department:

Here is a list of items avalibale to purchase from City’s Public Works Department: 50-gallon rain barrels for $72. Click here for more information.Yard Waste Carts for City residents for $25. Click here for more information.Backyard Composting Bins for $20 (city residents) and $40(non-residents). Click here for more information.SMARTLEAF® compost ($28 cubic yard) and wood mulch ($12 cubic yard) are available […]

Thursday December 27th, 2018 in Uncategorized | No Comments »

Need Snow Shoveling Help? Please Let me Know

Like the past years, we’re offering free snow shoveling help for the folks who need them. We know many of our neighbors, especially the elderly and disabled ones, often get stuck in their homes during this season and need our serious help. If you or anyone you know who may need such help, please feel free to […]

Tuesday December 25th, 2018 in Uncategorized | No Comments »

City Offices Closed for Christmas & New Year’s Day Holidays

All City Offices will be closed on Monday, December 24 and Tuesday, December 25, 2018 for the Christmas holiday. All regular refuse & recycling collections will slide forward two days; no special collections will occur during the holiday week.All City Offices will be closed on Tuesday, January 1, 2019 in observance of the New Year’s Day […]

Monday December 24th, 2018 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on City Offices Closed for Christmas & New Year’s Day Holidays

Council Continues to Discuss Four-Year Staggered Council Terms

At tonight’s  worksession, the City Council will continue its discussion about extending Council term from 2 years to a staggered 4 years term. In the previous discussion, the Rockville Mayor came before the Council and shared the experience of her City, which also changed its Council term from 2 years to 4 years concurrent term. […]

Tuesday October 16th, 2018 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Council Continues to Discuss Four-Year Staggered Council Terms

This Week’s NCPCA Meeting

This Thursday is the second Thursday of the month, and thus the day when the NCPCA holds its monthly public meeting. Please see below this week’s meeting agenda. 7:30pm: Ray Ranker, candidate for Md. House of Delegates will be vising NCPCA. In conformance with past practice, candidates for elected office in the NCPCA area are […]

Tuesday October 9th, 2018 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on This Week’s NCPCA Meeting

Update on Development Projects in District 1

Here is the lat st status of the development projects in District 1. Hollywood Gateway Park: The construction contract was awarded to McDonnell Landscape, Inc. and site and building permits have been obtained from Prince George’s County. Notice to proceed with the project will be issued pending resolution of property acquisition/right-of-entry issues with the adjoining […]

Thursday September 13th, 2018 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Update on Development Projects in District 1

This Week at the Hollywood Farmers Market

With all the rain we’ve had this summer- these sunflowers brighten up any gloomy day. Make sure you stop by Calvert Farms this weekend and purchase some of their sunflowers. These flowers last forever! Shared Recipes (From the Waltz Family Farm Kitchen) PORK KABOBS Red, Yellow or Green Peppers Onion Zucchini Mushrooms Pineapple Pork Kabobs […]

Thursday August 23rd, 2018 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on This Week at the Hollywood Farmers Market

Storm Hits College Park. City Clearing Up Damages and Debris

College Park and the surrounding area experienced some good effect by yesterday’s damage. Three large trees fell in the 4900 block of Blackfoot Rd, causing some damages to a house. Thankfully the neighbors in the house were not harmed. Downed trees have blocked 50th place southbound Hollywood Rd. It also took the power out in […]

Tuesday August 14th, 2018 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Storm Hits College Park. City Clearing Up Damages and Debris

Top 5 Reasons to Attend National Night Out, Reason 5: Take Stand Against Crime

The fifth and final reason to attend today’s National Night Out is to take a stand against crime and let criminals know that our neighborhood is organized against crime. National Night Out is all about building support and increasing participation in local anti-crime efforts, strengthening neighborhood spirit and improving relationships between the police department and […]

Tuesday August 7th, 2018 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Top 5 Reasons to Attend National Night Out, Reason 5: Take Stand Against Crime

City Plans to Use State Grants for More Community Projects

The Council will discuss the annual Program Open Space (POS) funding for FY2019. In this year, the City is expected to receive $289,121, however our plan must be submitted by June 15, 2018. This year, POS funding is required to be divided equally between acquisition and development projects. Allocation used for development projects requires a […]

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Tuesday June 5th, 2018 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on City Plans to Use State Grants for More Community Projects