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Wednesday, January 04, 2006

Fwd: Prince George's County education-related meetings scheduled for Mon, Jan 9

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From: Hathawaybeck@aol.com
Date: Jan 4, 2006 8:33 PM
Subject: Prince George's County education-related meetings scheduled for Mon, Jan 9
Parent and Community Advisory Board, Mon, Jan 9, 4:30-6:00, Interim CEO's Conference Room, Sasscer, 14201 School Lane, Upper Marlboro. Public observance, no participation.

Additional (local) meeting information, below, from Ann Harris Davidson (Thanks Ann)

Monday, January 9th, 2006 will definitely be a busy night for those who are interested in the future planning for enrollments in local public school. There are at least THREE relevant meetings due to be held on that night:

(1) 01/09/2006 at 7:00 p.m: There will be a public hearing in the Berwyn Heights' Town Office (at 5700 Berwyn Road, at the corner of Berwyn Road and 57th Avenue) concerning the Conceptual Site Plan for Dewberry's "South Core" development of the Greenbelt Metroland. This calls for 2,000 new residential units on land recently annexed by the City of Greenbelt. (Originally, the plan called for 400 of these units to be "senior" units, but now they will all be general residential units.)

(2) 01/09/2006 at 7:30 p.m: There will be an "Education Forum" at College Park's City Hall. Issues for discussion will include the elementary, middle and high school options for the residents of the City of College Park (which currently has no middle or high school within that city's boundaries). Greenbelt Middle School serves as the middle school for most of College Park and thus the future of that school is of relevance to College Park.

(3) 01/09/2006 at 8:00 p.m: Representatives of the PGCPS will be presenting their latest plans for their schools in western Greenbelt (Springhill Lake Elementary School and Greenbelt Middle School) to the City of Greenbelt's Council Members. AIMCO is planning on re-developing its Springhill Lake apartment complex to double its density from approximately 2,800 units to 5,800 units.

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